Clubs & Organizations
Joining a student club opens the door to building new friendships, enhancing your academic life, and exploring career opportunities. As an active member of a student organization, you will learn important leadership and management skills as you participate in a variety of programs. This may include planning campus-wide political, academic, cultural, arts, or social events, as well as working on various aspects of student publications, competing in athletic competitions or debate tournaments, attending leadership seminars, and organizing community service projects.
Mrs. Eike has many scholarship opportunities to share, please visit with her to get information and applications!
Montana Jaycees Foundation
Ray & Nikoline Marr Scholarship
These funds are from the estate of a Danish family that farmed and ranched in the Valentine area in Petroleum County. Mrs. Marr set up the scholarship fund in 1988 for graduating seniors of Fergus High School, Grass Range, Moore, Roy and Winifred.
Clarence & Mildred Smith Scholarship
This fund was started by Mildred Smith with the passing of her husband, Clarence Smith, in 1996. Mildred added to the fund several times before her passing in early 2000. Mildred was originally from the Moore area and was a graduate of Moore High School. Much of the couples’ adult life was spent on a farm/ranch operation in the Cheadle area of Fergus County.
Niels & Helen Kirkeminde Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Helen Kirkeminde. The Kirkeminde family settled near Moore in 1928 and she and her brother, Niels, operated the family’s farm in partnership. Niels passed away in 1976. Helen set up the scholarship fund for Moore High School graduates before her death in 2006.
Dorothy “Ileene” Eklund Scholarship
Mrs. Eklund provided for scholarships for Central Montana students following her death in 2013. She received her education in Judith Gap and left Montana as a young woman, later returning to ranch with her husband, Gordon Eklund, in Barber, Mont. She moved to Lewistown in 1999.
Leonard & Edith Brooks Scholarship
Established in 1997 this scholarship fund makes awards on a rotational basis for students in Moore, Winifred and Lewistown. Leonard and Edith Brooks ranched for many years west of Suffolk. Leonard died in 1988 and Edith in 2009.
.1. The student is graduating or has graduated from the Moore Public School.
2. The student has attended Moore Public School for the last 4 consecutive years.
3. The student has a Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 2.0 (C average).
4. The student is presently attending or plans to attend an accredited school of higher education as a full-time student (enrolling in 12 semester hours/credits or more per semester). If the student enrolls as a part-time student (enrolling in less than 12 semester hours/credits or more per semester), the amount of award will be pro-rated.
5. The student has completed an acceptable scholarship application for this award which delineates his/her qualifications for this bequest. This application should include the following:
6. If for any reason a student should withdraw from classes, unused scholarship monies must be immediately returned to the Kirkeminde Scholarship fund. If the student does not, the student forfeits eligibility for future scholarships.
a. If a student re-enters school and wishes to reapply for Kirkeminde Scholarship funds, the student needs to submit:
7. Three letters of recommendation shall accompany this application and will include: two from the Moore faculty, and one from a person of choice (cannot be a relative). Official transcripts will be provided to the committee at the completion of each academic year.
8. This application/reapplication in its entirety must be turned in to the Moore School Counselor by March 31st annually so the Scholarship Committee can review it in a timely manner before graduation. Failure to turn in the application and appropriate documentation by the due date of March 31st by 4:00 pm will result in the applicant being ineligible for award. The Scholarship Committee shall use its discretion when evaluating scholarship applications/reapplications. Any and all awards shall be given at the time of graduation. Any such awards will not exceed a total of four (4) school years of assistance for any one award recipient.
9. No scholarship funds will be awarded to any applicant after 6 years past graduation from Moore