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The graduation rate at Shields Valley is 90%. Approximately 73% of our graduates go on to higher education. Our student/teacher ratio is: elementary 10:1, junior high 11:1, and high school 9:1. The two-year Trend of Proficiency on CRT Scores Reading 97% and Math 92%.
All (100%) of our classes are being taught by "highly qualified teachers".
The Shields Valley School District is dedicated to creating a community of lifelong learners and productive citizens by meeting our student’s and communities’ present and future needs through encouragement, challenges, support, reassurance, and inspiration in a positive and diverse atmosphere.
Good luck to the Shields Valley FFA chapter as they load up today and head for Billings for the State FFA conference.
Shields Valley FFA members competed at Districts last weekend in Big Timber. Parli Pro - 1st Place Team; Prepared Public Speaking - 3rd Place Meaghan RawExtemporaneous Speaking - 5th Place Hannah George; Creed Speaking - 4th Place Trinity Boyd
Sr. Agronomy - 3rd Place Team; Jr. Agronomy - 1st Place Team;Jr Agronomy - 2nd High Individual Blake Myrstol; Jr. Agronomy - 3rd High Individual Lauren Flatt;Mechanics - 5th Place Team. We'll be competing in Livestock Evaluation, Parliamentary Procedure, Agronomy, and Agricultural Mechanics at state convention in Billings. Hannah George, Wyatt Niewojna, Clay Scidmore, Thad Fergusen, Meaghan Raw, and Caitlin Boyd will be receiving their State FFA Degrees.
Drivers Education Applications may be picked up from the high school office from March 17 – 31. Eligible students must be at least 15 years-old by Oct. 8th, 2015, must get an application from the high school office, fill in all 3 pages and return to the office by March 31. Class will be from April 8 – June 12. There is a mandatory parent/student meeting on Monday, April 13th in the high school gym at 7:00 pm. You may call Mr. Bennett with any questions at 578-2535.