Ryan Swenson

 For Mr. Swenson’s current website click here.

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 September 13, 2019

Home Sweet Homecoming!

Homecoming week is upon us!  9/16 – 9/21 Check out all the great things happening at CHS this week.

HALL DECORATING Competition
Seniors- “There’s no place like home” Bru-out
Juniors- “Home away from home” Beach
Sophomores- “Home away from home” Safari
Freshman- “Home away from home” Camping

THEME DAYS
Monday- Home run for the bruins (sports players, coaches, refs)
Tuesday- Make yourself at home (PJs!)
Wednesday- Dress like your homies (identically with a friend)
Thursday- Home away from home (tourist on vacation)
Friday- There is no place like home (best bruin gear!!!)

BBQ and PEP ASSEMBLY FRIDAY 9/20
Friday we will have a shortened schedule and a PEP Assembly and a free BBQ at 2:30 in front
of the school

Homecoming Football Game and DANCE – 9/20/19 GLOW/NEON
Dance will be $5 at the door and bring ID. No guest passes needed just have them bring an ID
Dress in NEON/GLOW!!
Hall and Door Decorating will be judged on Thursday, September 19th
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CHECK Instagram for Homecoming UPDATES @CHSSTUSECTION

Come support our BRUINS as they battle on the Field and the Court!

Fri           Var Football                          7 pm                       Glacier at Vigilante

Fri           JV Football                            3 pm                       Glacier at CHS

Fri           Var/JV Girls/Boys Soccer 3/5 pm                   at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Var Volleyball                                                       at GF Inv               

Sat          S/JV Volleyball                                                     at Belgrade

Sat          Boys/Girls C. Country         3pm                        at Bozeman

Sat          Var/JV B&G Soccer             9/11 am                 at Flathead

Posted on September 12, 2019

Thursday, September 12, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by being engaged in the learning process

Attention all sophomores:

Spirit Week is rapidly approaching and that means it’s time to decorate our hallway! Come and help with the planning! Please meet in Ms. Baranek’s room, 108, during lunch on Thursday (that’s today!).

Ticketing in the Student parking lot for ‘No permit visible’ begins on Monday 9/16.

Please purchase your $5 permit before then.

BPA meeting at lunch today in Room 213. Come find out what Business Professionals of America is all about!

Activities September 9-14                                               

Thurs      Frosh Football                      3 pm                      at Glacier

Th-Fri     Golf Invitational                   9/10 am                Helena  

Fri           Var Football                          7 pm                       Glacier at Vigilante

Fri           JV Football                            3 pm                        Glacier at CHS

Fri           Var/JV Girls/Boys Soccer 3/5 pm                      at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Var Volleyball                                                       at GF Inv               

Sat          S/JV Volleyball                                                       at Belgrade

Sat          Boys/Girls C. Country         3pm                        at Bozeman

Sat          Var/JV B&G Soccer             9/11 am                   at Flathead

Posted on September 11, 2019

Zach Anderson Memorial Scholarship

The Zach Anderson Memorial Wrestling Scholarship was set up to help students continue their education. We wish each applicant good luck with their schooling and wrestling careers.

Zach is dearly loved and missed every day by all of his family, cousins, and friends.

Eligibility Criteria

1) Open to both male and female wrestlers.

2) Open to Graduating Seniors through Junior year in College.

3) To qualify, you must have graduated from a high school in North Dakota or Montana.

4) To qualify, you must have participated in wrestling during high school.

5) A copy of your most recent grade transcripts are required.

* $1,000 Annual Scholarship  ($500 / semester)

* Scholarship recipients need to complete an application on a yearly basis.
* Apply ONLINE or Download and MAIL to PO Box 906 Columbus, MT 59019.

* Available to full time students only.

SELECTION COMMITTEE :

RORY ANDERSON
TONI ANDERSON
DERIK ANDERSON
DUSTIN ANDERSON

Posted on September 11, 2019

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by being engaged in the learning process

Softball open gyms will begin today, September 11th at 4:30 at Northwest park, weather permitting. A contact list will be established, and future workouts will be discussed.

Niceness is Priceless will meet every Wednesday this year in room 231, we are always welcoming everyone to join into NP Club!

Ticketing in the Student parking lot for ‘No permit visible’ begins on Monday 9/16.

Please purchase your $5 permit before then.

Dungeons and Dragons is a role playing game that opens your imagination and improves your simple addition skills!  Everyone is welcome!  Come to Room 114 on Thursdays between 3:30 and 4:30 pm!

Activities September 9-14                                             

Thurs      Frosh Football                      3 pm                     at Glacier

Thrs/Fri  Golf Invitational                  9/10 am               Helena  

Fri            Var Football                          7 pm                     Glacier at Vigilante

Fri            JV Football                             3 pm                     Glacier at CHS

Fri            Var/JV Girls/Boys Soccer   3/5 pm                  at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Var Volleyball                                                      at GF Inv               

Sat           S/JV Volleyball                                                     at Belgrade

Sat           Boys/Girls C. Country         3pm                      at Bozeman

Sat           Var/JV Boys/Girls Soccer   9/11 am                at Flathead

Posted on September 10, 2019

University of Montana Presidential Leadership Scholarship

The Presidential Leadership Scholarship is the University of Montana’s premier freshman scholarship. Presidential Scholars are chosen solely on academic merit with scholarships being renewable for a total of four years. Approximately 25 PLS awards are made each year to incoming freshman.

Resident students receive a full tuition waiver. Non-resident students either have their tuition discounted through the WUE program or they receive a waiver equivalent to in-state tuition. All PLS recipients also receive a stipend of $7,500 for the Gold Level or $5,000 for the Silver Level.

PLS recipients cannot receive tuition designated scholarships in excess of tuition. Usually, non-resident students awarded the LAS or WSS are able to retain their scholarship in addition to the waiver of in-state tuition because the combination does not exceed tuition. Resident students who are awarded UM’s Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship (MAA) are not able to retain these as they are also tuition designated. MT residents cannot receive the tuition waiver associated with the PLS and the MUS Honors Scholarship so should accept the MUS Honors Scholarship because of its portability.

All DHC Application Forms completed and submitted to the Davidson Honors College by the first Friday in December will be considered for the Presidential Leadership Scholarship. Eligible candidates for the Presidential Leadership Scholarship must be recent high school graduates who have not previously enrolled as a regular college or university student.

Posted on September 10, 2019

University of Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship (MAA)

The Montana Resident Entering Student Scholarship Program draws together many endowed scholarships and donations into a single scholarship pool known as the Montana Academic Achievement Scholarship (MAA). All new incoming University of Montana students pursuing their first bachelor’s degree will automatically be considered for scholarships. The application for admission serves as the scholarship application.

MAA scholarships range from $1,000 to $3,000. Awarding begins after November 15.

Posted on September 10, 2019

Montana State University Premier Scholarship Program

To be considered for MSU Premier Scholarships, which will be available to incoming Montana resident students, please complete this application. The application deadline is 2/1 for fall semester! Apply early. Funds are limited.

If you have questions, please call (406) 994-2452 or 1-888-MSU-CATS. Applicants must apply for admission (be sure to include self reported GPA and class rank if applicable) and have official ACT and/or SAT scores sent directly to MSU from the testing agency to be considered for scholarships. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Premier Scholarships may be used to cover tuition only.

Posted on September 10, 2019

Montana State University Presidential Scholarship

2020 Presidential Scholarship Application is Open!

The Presidential Scholarships are Montana State University’s most distinguished academic awards, recognizing scholastic achievement, demonstrated leadership and unique personal qualities. Scholarship recipients receive annual tuition waivers, a generous stipend and other unique incentives for each of four years. Recent Presidential Scholars have gone on to receive such renowned awards as the Goldwater, Truman, Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell scholarships. As Ambassadors of the university, they reflect its highest ideals through demonstrated leadership and public service, and are in the process of leaving a unique fingerprint on their world.

Posted on September 10, 2019

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

EXPECTATION OF THE WEEK: 

Be a Graduate by being engaged in the learning process

Do you like to produce videos, build websites or use Photoshop? Are you interested in desktop publishing, computer programming, keyboarding, math, finance or accounting? Do you like giving speeches or working in teams? If you answered “yes” to any of these, then BPA is the club for you! Business Professionals of America will meet this Thursday at lunch in Room 213. Come get involved and find out what we’re all about!

Softball open gyms will begin this Wednesday September 11th at 4:30 at Northwest park, weather permitting. A contact list will be established, and future workouts will be discussed.

Come one, come all for the year’s first trivia event in the library at lunchtime! Last quarter’s winning team had a blast playing laser tag in the library.

Niceness is Priceless will meet every Wednesday this year in room 231, we are always welcoming everyone to join into NP Club!

Ticketing in the Student parking lot for ‘No permit visible’ begins on Monday 9/16.

Please purchase your $5 permit before then.

Dungeons and Dragons is a roleplaying game that opens your imagination and improves your simple addition skills!  Everyone is welcome!  Come to Room 114 on Thursdays between 3:30 and 4:30 pm!

 

Activities September 9-14                                             

Thurs      Frosh Football                    3 pm                       at Glacier

Th-Fri     Golf Invitational                 9/10 am                 Helena  

Fri           Var Football                         7 pm                       Glacier at Vigilante

Fri           JV Football                            3 pm                       Glacier at CHS

Fri           Var/JV Girls/Boys Soccer  3/5 pm                    at Glacier

Fri/Sat    Var Volleyball                                                      at GF Inv               

Sat          S/JV Volleyball                                                      at Belgrade

Sat          Boys/Girls C. Country         3pm                       at Bozeman

Sat          Var/JV Boys/Girls Soccer    9/11 am                at Flathead

Posted on September 9, 2019

Independent Record and Shodair Children’s Hospital Essay Contest

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

In 500 words or less,

What do you consider the stigmas of mental health and what can you do to eliminate it?

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