WILD RIDE — High winds and mushy roads were contributing factors in this pick up and trailer going into the center median on I-15 near the Ledger exit this past week. There were no injuries but the ride getting there was wild. I-O Photo by Buck Traxler
The Driver Education program at the high school is scheduled to begin the first week following the end of the school year.
This year, the classroom phase will again span over a four week period which will include June 7-11, 14-18, 21-25 and 28-July 2.
Students will be required to attend all classroom sessions. It is anticipated there will be two separate sessions daily. Students will be scheduled into one of the two classroom sessions after student sign-ups are completed in April. Driving will be scheduled throughout June, July, and if necessary, August.
Special to the I-O by Cassie Brownell, CHS alumni
Growing up in Conrad, I was always impressed by the great kindness and generosity of the people in town and the surrounding area. It seemed that no matter what the cause or call to action, a huge outpouring of support would come forth from the community – be it an individual or family in need or something to better the greater community. Even in difficult times or following a poor harvest, members of the Conrad community have always found a way to give back and to give more than one could ever expect.
This is perhaps one of the most important lessons I learned as a child in Conrad – to give and to give with your whole heart. Since graduating from Conrad High School in 2004, I have tried to live out this lesson as I explored the world beyond Pondera County’s borders. As a student at Marquette University, I discovered my own desire to dedicate my time and energy to empowering the working-class poor and homeless populations of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. My desire to serve took me far beyond the boundaries of the United States as I traveled to Cape Town, South Africa to volunteer in two schools during my junior year at Marquette. The experiences I had in these two schools left me feeling troubled, seeing for the first time the vast injustices in education from one place, such as Conrad, to another.
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