BOZEMAN – When a Hyalite Elementary School teacher lost her Apple watch, 27 of her fourth-grade students came together with an idea. It happened on the last day of school.
KALISPELL – Kalispell School Superintendent Mark Flatau says those who want to stay should have jobs despite having to trim almost $2 million from their budget.
KALISPELL – Edgerton Elementary School in Kalispell has partnered with local businesses to show the public the importance of art in education.
BILLINGS – As temperatures rise, it’s no secret that forest fires are a problem in our state.
GREAT FALLS – At Superintendent Tammy Lacey’s retirement party on Monday, the Great Falls Public Schools Foundation chair, Andrew Davidson, announced that they received an anonymous donation.
Riverview Elementary School had its end-of-the-year celebration on Thursday afternoon, where students celebrated the money they raised for the Great Falls Lions Special Olympics team.
KALISPELL – The failure of the Kalispell High School levy has become a reality for a district now scrambling to fill the nearly $1.7 million
HELENA – June 6 marked the last day of the 2018-2019 school year for the Helena School district.
HELENA – When demolition begins on the current Jim Darcy Elementary School, an unusual and monumental structure will go down with it.
COLUMBIA FALLS – Recent Columbia Falls High School graduate Raychel Hoerner tells MTN it all started as just a homework assignment.
A Chinook High School senior is bringing home some money after competing in a national competition.
GREAT FALLS – 264 Rustlers moved their graduation hat tassels from one side to the other on Friday evening.
GREAT FALLS – After six years, Great Falls Public Schools superintendent Tammy Lacey is retiring.
GREAT FALLS – “The power of intention, of doing, working, playing, existing with the acknowledgement that you wield total and omnipotent power over the story of your life or, more accurately, your attitude toward it,” – Zach Schermele, Student Body President At Large,
HELENA – The Project for Alternative Learning Center (P.A.L), congratulated its class of 2019, Friday May 31, at the Myrna Loy Center.