MS Rugby




Foreign Lang.




(Future Farmers of America)


Advisor: Clayton Gernaat


FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.








(Business Professionals of America)


Advisor: Jennifer Rohrer


Business Professionals of America is the leading CTSO

(Career and Technical Student Organization) for students

pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.








Coaches: Russ Bloom, Randy Thompson


Rugby is played at a fast pace, with few stoppages and continuous possession changes. All players on the field, regardless of position, must be able to run, pass, kick and catch the ball. Likewise, All players must also be able to tackle and defend, making each position both offensive and defensive in nature. There is no blocking of the opponents like in football, and there are only five substitutions per game allowed for each team. A rugby match consists of two 40-minute halves. Finally, rugby is considered to be a gender equity sport as approximately 25% of all players in the United States are female. Rugby was started in 2003 at Simms High School.

Middle School Rugby

Middle School Rugby


Coach: Mike Chism

High School Student Council

Student Council


Advisors: Jennifer Rohrer, Luke McKinley


Student Council is an elected body of students who meet and
discuss problems and concerns the whole student body are facing.

Student Council pushes to make positive changes that

enhance the school.



Middle School Student Council

Middle School Student Counsel


Advisor: Randi Thompson






National Honor Society

National Honor Society


Advisor:  Mr. Hollern


The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students.

More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.





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The Foreign Language club traditionally travels every 3 years

to a location of the groups choice. Past trips include France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Australia, and New Zealand. The next trip will be June of 2018 and will travel to Germany, Austria, Ireland and Scotland. For more information contact Molly Pasma or Becky Hart.


Advisor: Ms. Rains


Sun River Valley Robotic Records


Semi Finalist Western Region (Top 72 in West 13 States)

-State Champion in Idaho (2nd in MT)

-3rd in Inspire Award (Idaho).

-One of only 6 teams to make it in all 3 West Super Regional.



World Champions (out of 4,150 teams) & World Record Holder 41-7 Season

-Western Region Champion & World Record

-MT 2nd Place

-Idaho State Champs

-Idaho 4th place (Second Robot).



Second Place Worlds (Robot 19th Place at Worlds, Second Robot)

-West Super Region Semi Finalist.

-North Region Semi Finalist.

Inspire Awards: North Dakota- State Champion, Montana- State Champion


2012-2013- Recovering Records

2011-2012- Recovering Records

2010-2011- Recovering Records



-Montana State Champions (Record 11-0 @ State)

-Top 20 in Worlds (FRC-Utah Regional Champions) - This earmarks 1st Montana Team to make it to Worlds in First Robotics Competition.


For more information contact Chuck Merja

Mentor: Chuck Merja


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