Rustler News

  • CMR Holiday Concert Dec. 16 @ 7 P.M.
  • Christmas Break Dec. 23 - Jan. 2
  • Dec. 6 - 8 and Dec. 13 - 14 CMR Fine Arts Presents "South Pacific"

HOSA sees under-performance for their annual blood drive

HOSA sees under-performance for their annual blood drive

Gloria Baldevia, Editor

November 25, 2019

On Nov. 19, 2019, CMR HOSA club partnered with the American Red Cross to gather several brave volunteers for the annual fall blood drive. 89 students turned up, but the organization saw an underwhelming performance for the drive.  Out of all the donors, including several walk-ins, the cause man...

Band plays for Veterans Day at Valley View Elementary School

Band plays for Veterans Day at Valley View Elementary School

Paige McCorkle, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

On Friday Nov. 8, CMR band played at Valley View Elementary School in honor of Veterans Day.  Band member Taylor Willmarth, a junior,  said they practiced a few patriotic pieces to play, and the assembly was set up to thank the veterans for their service, as many staff and parents who ar...

CMR Spanish Club looks forward to the future

CMR Spanish Club looks forward to the future

David Mitchell, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

The CMR Spanish Club is a diverse community consisting of like-minded individuals with a love for the Spanish language. CMR Spanish teacher Tammy Petzold highlighted some of the activities in which her club members participate. “I let them decide what they want to do,” Petzold said. Students will g...

Technology in art – Just another medium

Technology in art – Just another medium

Kaylebb Stahmer, Staff Writer

November 20, 2019

Technology has been incorporated into many classes here at CMR, and now the art department has the opportunity to work with new mediums -- iPads. As a result of receiving an Innovation Grant from the Great Falls Public Schools Foundation, CMR’s art department recently received ten iPads, enabli...

Students qualify to perform at statewide festival

Holly Spragg, Online Editor

October 10, 2019

Every year there is a music festival showcasing the finest musicians in Montana and this year CMR has 33 students attending.  Overall, the band program provided 19 students, orchestra will bring five, and choir will have nine vocalists attending.  In order to participate in the All-State Music...

CMR music performs the music of today

CMR music performs the music of today

Grace Carr, Editor in Chief

June 4, 2019

The CMR choir, band, and orchestra departments ended their season on a high note with their annual “Pop Concert.” Music students performed in the CMR auditorium for the final time this school year, but this specific concert is more special than the others. “I believe [this concert is special] becau...

Students handle the stress of finals

Katelyn Zuris, Introduction to Journalism student

June 3, 2019

        It’s that time again. End of the year finals fill students with all kinds of emotions. Some people dread finals while others enjoy them. Most freshmen get nervous or scared for finals because they have never taken them.      “I...

Graduating class of 2022 plans for success

Zoey Schug, Introduction to Journalism student

June 3, 2019

     The newly elected sophomore student government for the upcoming year are already working hard for the class of 2022.      Sophomore president Ashton Blake is striving for an increase in student involvement in the community. Blake plans on creating...

Students learn about a persistent Montana issue

Hailey Finch, Introduction to Journalism student

June 3, 2019

On Tuesday, May 21, 24 students, two teachers, one Montana conservation expert, and one bus driver descended the steps of their bus into the fresh air of the Rocky Mountain Front.      “The purpose of the trip was to educate students on the types of noxious weeds and to get out...

Class of 2019

Class of 2019

June 3, 2019

Next Page »

The student news site of C. M. Russell High School
NEWS