Ryan Swenson

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Mr. Swenson has a previously created webpage with tons of information and resources regarding his classes, CHS, bruin tennis, parent info, contact info, and much much more! Click the link in red and explore!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted on May 9, 2019

Summer Opportunities

Posted on April 17, 2019

Course Hero Ongoing Monthly Scholarships

Eligibility:

– Must attend a university or plan to attend a university (a four-year or a two-year college)

– Must be a US Citizen

– Must be at least 16 years old
– Deadlines vary by month

Posted on April 17, 2019

Course Hero Scholarship

Eligibility:

– Must have a 3.0 GPA or higher
– Must attend a university or plan to attend a university (a four-year or a two-year college)
– Must be a US Citizen
– Must be at least 16 years old
– Must submit an essay (500 words or less)
– Deadline: October 31st, 2019

Posted on April 16, 2019

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Respectful by honoring public and private property

There will be a Bruins volleyball meeting today at lunch in G1 (health room) regarding summer information.

Grab your lunch and come to book club in the library.

Attention Junior National Honor Society members:  We have our first meeting today at lunch in Room 11.  We will be nominating officers.   See you there.

Vigilante rosters and insurance forms can be completed online anytime. The registration committee will have these printed out for you when you turn in all other paperwork, Tuesday through Thursday after school. At the registration times listed in the parade regulations, your chairperson will bring 2 copies of your historical essay, a printed-out map to your build site, workday affidavits from each member on your committee, and a signed adult supervisor form.

Senior Awards Night is coming up! Seniors, if you have received a scholarship or college award, please bring a copy of it the Career Center asap so we can recognize you on Senior Awards Night!

Please sign up for a chance to participate in the first ever CHS DEAL OR NO DEAL on May 8th during the pep assembly.  Players will be chosen at random for the game.  There will be 2 from each class chosen. The sign-up coffee cans will be in the office.

There will be a boys basketball meeting, today at lunch in room 221 (Mr. LaRue’s room) to discuss summer information.

Are you interested in representing Capital High on the Helena District School Board as a student representative?  Students are eligible to serve a one-year term during their junior or senior year.  If interested, you can pick up an application starting today in the career center.  Applications are due to Barb Ridgway at the May Butler Center by April 26th.  Interviews are scheduled to take place the week of May 6th.

April is the official Month of the Military Child.  Due to this fact, this month is a good time to recognize and show our respect to all Military Youth for the sacrifices they make to celebrate them as the strong and resilient individuals that they are.  Montana has over 6,000 military-connected youth and hundreds of kids across the state will have a parent deployed in 2019.  In light of the Month of the Military Child, on Thursday, 2nd period teachers will give you the link to watch the video produced by the Child and Youth Program of Montana.  The short video will play during announcement time. Likewise, please remember to wear purple on Thursday to celebrate the Month of the Military Child.

Activities for the Week of April 15-20

 

Thurs      Frosh Track Invitational       3:30pm                  Vigilante

Thurs      JV Softball                              4:00/5:30 pm        CMR/GFH

Fri           Boys Track                             11:00am                Butte

Fri           Girls Track                              11:00am                Great Falls

Fri           JV Softball                              3:00pm                  CHS

Sat           Western Conf – Tennis       9:00am                   CHS

Sat           Varsity Softball                    12:00/2:00 pm      CHS

Posted on April 15, 2019

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be Respectful by honoring public and private property

There will be a Bruins volleyball meeting on April 17th at lunch in G1 (health room) regarding summer information.

We will feature Green Screen video and robotics at our FABLAB today during lunch.   Bring your lunch and come to the library.

Vigilante rosters and insurance forms can be completed online anytime. The registration committee will have these printed out for you when you turn in all other paperwork, Tuesday through Thursday after school. At the registration times listed in the parade regulations, your chairperson will bring 2 copies of your historical essay, a printed-out map to your build site, workday affidavits from each member on your committee, and a signed adult supervisor form.

Senior Awards Night is coming up! Seniors, if you have received a scholarship or college award, please bring a copy of it the Career Center asap so we can recognize you on Senior Awards Night!

Please sign up for a chance to participate in the first ever CHS DEAL OR NO DEAL on May 8th during the pep assembly.  Players will be chosen at random for the game.  There will be 2 from each class chosen. The sign-up coffee cans will be in the office.

There will be a boys basketball meeting, Wednesday 4/17 at lunch in room 221 (Mr. LaRue’s room) to discuss summer information.

Are you interested in representing Capital High on the Helena District School Board as a student representative?  Students are eligible to serve a one-year term during their junior or senior year.  If interested, you can pick up an application starting today in the career center.  Applications are due to Barb Ridgway at the May Butler Center by April 26th.  Interviews are scheduled to take place the week of May 6th.

April is the official Month of the Military Child.  Due to this fact, this month is a good time to recognize and show our respect to all Military Youth for the sacrifices they make to celebrate them as the strong and resilient individuals that they are.  Montana has over 6,000 military-connected youth and hundreds of kids across the state will have a parent deployed in 2019.  In light of the Month of the Military Child, on Thursday, 2nd period teachers will give you the link to watch the video produced by the Child and Youth Program of Montana.  The short video will play during announcement time. Likewise, please remember to wear purple on Thursday to celebrate the Month of the Military Child.

 

Activities for the Week of 4/15-20

Mon        JV Softball              3 pm       Belgrade @ NW Park

Mon        Var Softball           5pm        Belgrade @NW Park

Fri           Var Tennis             10 am     at Bozeman          

Sat          Girls Track              11 am     at Bozeman

Sat          Boys Track             11 am     at Bozeman

Sat          JV Softball             12/2 pm Glacier @ NW Park

Sat          Var/JV Softball      12/2 pm Glacier @ NW Park

Sat           JV Tennis                9 am       Bozeman @ CHS

Posted on April 12, 2019

Early Childhood Education Degree Scholarships

Some of these scholarships will be dedicated to ECE specifically; whereas, others will be dedicated to future teachers in general. Be sure to look at all scholarships for education majors no matter whether the scholarship is for college and university expenses, liscensure, or for conferences.

Posted on April 5, 2019

Sila Foundation Scholarship

Applicant Requirements

  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 or better
  • Be enrolled in one of the following areas of study:
    • Business administration
    • Education
    • Finance or accounting
    • Insurance studies
    • Marketing
    • Mathematics
  • Be enrolled in a minimum of twelve (12) credit hours at an accredited post-secondary school OR
  • Be employed full-time and enrolled in a minimum of six (6) credit hours at an accredited post-secondary school

Application Requirements

A completed and electronically signed SILA Foundation Scholarship Application (submissions accepted April 1-May 31st)

Note: If you fail to provide all required documentation at the time of application, your application will not be considered. If you request a copy of your transcript to be sent directly to us from your college/university, please upload the receipt from your request.

SILA Foundation is issuing ten $2,500 Scholarships
Posted on March 13, 2019

The ACT Scholarship Giveaway

10th and 11th graders register for a chance to win a $40,000 scholarship and a $5,000 tech package when you take the ACT test!

Please click on the link for more information and official rules.

Posted on January 25, 2019

Bureau of Reclamation Laborer

Job Summary:  Reclamation is a career seasonal laborer to perform duty assignments at several recreation areas around Canyon Ferry Dam, Montana. You can make a difference in the West by assisting in meeting increasing water demands while protecting the environment.

Application Deadline:  February 6, 2019

Laborerer Career Seasonal Canyon Ferry MT

Posted on January 24, 2019

Friday, January 25, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by making sure you earn 23 credits while at CHS

.If you would like to participate in a basketball activity during the Pep Assembly on February 6th, put your name in at the office for a chance of being chosen! Names will be chosen from each grade level at the pep assembly. We need students from all classes, so please stop by the office now through February 1st. There is a chance to win prizes, including prom tickets for upperclassmen!

.Winter Formal tickets will be sold through January 30th. Tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door, so go to the foyer during lunch and make sure you are buying your ticket ahead of time. Tickets are one for $20 or two from $35.

.We are excited to announce that University of Montana President Seth Bodnar will be coming to Capital High School next Tuesday, January 29! All students are welcome to join him in the auditorium at lunch!

.Any Freshman through Senior boy not involved in a winter activity who wishes to come out for Track and Field:  There will be a general meeting Tuesday, January 29th, in the classroom below the Training Room.  The meeting will start at 3:30.

Knitting Club is coming back, and we are meeting Fridays at lunch in room (121).

 

Activities January 22-25

Fri           S/JV/Var Boys BB                4/5:45/7:30pm   Glacier at CHS

Fri           Frosh Boys BB                      4:30 pm                 Glacier at 4G

Fri           F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             4/4/5:30/7:15 pm  at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Speech/Debate                                                    State at Kalispell

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Boys BB            9/10:45/12:30/2:15  at CHS

Sat          F/S/JV/Var Girls BB             10/11:30/1/2:45 at Flathead

Sat          JV/Var Wrestling                 5/7 pm                   at CHS

Sat          Swim                                      12 pm                     at Missoula

Ryan Swenson's Schedule

  • 1st Period

    Algebra 1 (Room 201)

  • 2nd Period

    Pre-Algebra (Room 215)

  • 3rd Period

    Pre-Algebra (Room 209)

  • 4th Period

    Honors Math 1 (Room 209)

  • 5th Period

    Small Learning Community (SLC)

  • 6th Period

    Algebra 1 (Room 209)

  • 7th Period

    Prep