CAREER MENTORS — These Conrad High School students are career mentors under the direction of CHS Business Instructor Janie McFarland (far right). From the left in front is Kara Bandow, Nikki Linn, Sydney Slezak and Ashana Schreiner. In the back are Sara Miller, Calvin Ophus, Colt Harris, Alex Finlayson and Chad Hoggan. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
Career Mentoring is a semester course offered at Conrad High School for juniors and seniors who are interested in exploring career options.
Students are placed with full-time employees in a workplace environment. They explore a variety of career possibilities, learn about workplace expectations, follow all organization policies/procedures and keep business information confidential.
Students spend three class periods a week on the job and two class periods at school with Janie McFarland the CHS Business Education teacher.
Winter storms and the cold, snow and ice are here, making it more challenging for letter carriers to deliver your mail.
The Conrad Post Office reminds postal customers to always clear a safe, accessible path to your mailboxes. Please follow these steps.
Make sure your mailbox itself is visible and free of snow and ice and make sure it is safely accessible for your letter carrier. Clear your mailbox area of snow, sleet, slush, ice and debris.
HEAVY TRAFFIC — Cowgirl sophomore Taylor Judisch floats home a shot against Eagle defender Molly Klinker during action in the second quarter of the Fairfield game on Saturday. Judisch scored two points in the contest that the Cowgirls lost, 23-69. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
The home girls had a tough week on the court losing handily to Fairfield 69-23 and to Choteau, 54-34.
Playing the Eagles at home Conrad fell behind right away as the Eagles soared to a 19-5 advantage and led 34-15 at the break.
Taylor Johnson and Moranda Brenteson led the scoring for Conrad, each cashing in for nine points. Rashelle Johns scored three points and Taylor Judisch had a hoop.
The Cowgirls hit on eight shots from the floor and 5-10 at the line. The Eagles scored on 26 shots from the field and were 16-29 at the line.