Stanford Public School serves approximately 100 students in grades K-12. Stanford Schools
is a class C school located in central Montana.
The Stanford School District is committed to providing its students with a learning environment that encompasses pride, respect, and educational leadership in all facets of the educational process. We believe that a learning environment promoting pride and respect will give our students the foundation needed to experience success above and beyond the classroom and that when educational leadership is exemplified,learning will be a lifelong passion.
Stanford Public School
P.O. Box 506
104 Fourth Avenue South
Stanford, MT 59479
FFA KMON Judging Results
On Saturday January 19, 2013 six FFA members traveled to Great Falls to participate in the annual KMON/MAGIE Meats and Livestock evaluation contests. Members competing were: Conner Bokma, Kade Woodhall, Nick Schmitt, Cole Norskog, Carson Norskog and Tyson Wilhelms.
The Meats contest was the last meat judging of the year and is also the Montana FFA State Meats contest. Conner, Kade, Nick, and Cole ended up earning an 8th place finish here. Individually they scored the following: Nick, 375 points-31st place; Cole, 362 points-34th place; Conner, 322 points-49th place, and Kade, 295 points-59th place. There were 71 FFA members competing in the Meats CDE. Earning an 8th place finish at a state contest is something these four Freshman should be very proud of.
The livestock contest was one of many chances that FFA members have to judge livestock throughout the year. Stanford members competing in this were Carson Norskog and Tyson Wilhelms. For only their 2nd FFA judging I thought they did pretty well. Collectively as a team they placed 29th with a score of 664. Carson placed 112th with 359 points and Tyson placed 169th with 305 points.
As their advisor I am very proud of the job these kids did in Great Falls on Saturday. Out of the Judtih Basin FFA district schools, Stanford placed 2nd in meats and 7th in livestock. There are 13 schools in the Judith Basin FFA district. In a few more years and with a few more judgings under their belts, I wouldn't hesitate to see these members rise to the top of the podium in both meats and livestock evaluation and earn the right to compete at National FFA Convention. Again, I am very proud of these FFA members.