The Thompson Falls Booster Club was established in 1994 to help provide support to the many extra-curricular activities available at Thompson Falls Schools. The goal is to promote team and school enthusiasm, pride and community involvement.
Meetings: The Booster Club holds a monthly meeting every third Monday during the school year at 6:30 at the High School.
Scholarships: The Booster Club is proud to award approximately $2,000 each year to selected Thompson Falls High School graduating seniors to help further their educational endeavors. Interested prospective seniors may contact the high school counselor for more information on this scholarship.
BBQs: Each fall during a home football game the club sponsors a barbecue for all-comers to kick off another school year and bring our great sports fans out to support our team. Again in the spring, a barbecue is conducted to show appreciation to our student-athletes for their dedication to making an athletic and academic commitment to the Blue Hawk tradition of excellence in and out of the classroom.
Proud to be a Blue Hawk; Attire and Souvenirs: To let everyone know that you are proud to be a Blue Hawk the Booster Club continually is selling various clothing items and other paraphernalia.
Blue Hawk Sponsor/Booster: In order to support various needs throughout the district for athletics and school sponsored or sanctioned extra-curricular activities the club raises the majority of their funds through Sponsor/Booster donations.
Sanders County Tobacco Use Prevention Program Mission Statement:
Tobacco use is the single greatest preventable cause of premature death and chronic disease throughout the country. In Montana heart disease and lung cancer remain the leading causes of potential life lost in adults. The mission of Sanders County Tobacco Use Prevention Program is to improve the health of Sanders County residents by reducing exposure to secondhand smoke and by reducing tobacco use (cigarettes and spit tobacco) among all ages and populations. Sanders County Tobacco Prevention efforts have been in existence since June 1999. Sanders County Tobacco Use Prevention Program has developed its program along evidence based strategies as proposed by the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program and the CDC .