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Learning Today... Leading Tomorrow
Our mission as "Savage Warriors" is to provide each individual the opportunity to learn in a safe environment through positive instructional leadership, to frequently monitor progress ensuring high levels of academic achievement, and to foster a cooperative relationship between home, school, and community.
* We will provide a safe environment.
* We will provide an environment where each individual has the opportunity to learn.
* We will use positive, best-practice instructional methods and strategies to lead instruction.
* We will use frequent monitoring methods to ensure high levels of academic achievement.
* We will foster a cooperative relationship between home, school, and community.
Savage FFA Participates in the 83rd Montana State FFA Convention
Savage FFA represents Savage High School very well during the
83rd State FFA Convention.
The members were presented numerous awards. Tanner Hagler was awarded Silver for his Livestock SAE, Chase Hagler was awarded a Bronze for his Livestock SAE, and Rachael Oliver was a finalist for
Star in Agribusiness and awarded Gold, as well as receiving her State FFA degree and Silver for her Livestock SAE, and Ryder Rice received Silver for Agriculture Mechanics Contest. Clara Jepsen was also awarded her State FFA Degree as well and Trent Prevost was awarded a full scholarship to attend Montana Alumni Leadership Camp in Highwood MT this summer.
While members were busy competing and participating in Leadership workshops, they were also taking time to help out the community. They participated in the Montana State Day of Service. 500 FFA members embarked out into the Yellowstone valley to do some community service. Ryder Rice and Tanner Hagler helped build a house for Habitat for Humanity. Chase Hagler, Clara Jepsen, and Gage Salsbury went to the Billing Food Bank and helped package meals for those less fortunate. Trent Prevost and Jordan Skaley traveled to Zoo Montana and helped clean garbage's and rake leaves to help prepare for their busy season of visitors.
Wee Warrior Preschool 2013-2014