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.
HELENA – Helena High School’s welding and drafting instructor, Jake Spearson, invited MTN to witness the end of the course’s 3-D printing challenge.
HELENA – Capital High School ends its school year, along with other Helena schools, next week.
HELENA – The State of Montana has received $2.1 million in federal grant money to support and expand the PAX Good Behavior Game which helps prevent youth suicide.
BILLINGS- At Eagle Cliffs Elementary School in Billings, students blasted into summer Thursday by turning their playground into a rocket launch site celebration.
HELENA – School is about to be out for summer and C.R. Anderson Middle School made it known with their annual Mount Helena Field Day.
HELENA – Woodworking students at Helena High School have built and donated a series of picnic tables for YMCA’s Camp Child.
GREAT FALLS – Chinook High School senior Cord Schneider will soon compete against 10 other students at the Youth Entrepreneurs Start-Up Challenge in Michigan.
WHITEFISH – A few months ago Whitefish Middle School added a 10-foot glass barrier to the front of their school.
HELENA – A group of 4th graders at Rossiter Elementary School were given the royal treatment Wednesday in honor of a major accomplishment.
BILLINGS – The 2019 high school year is coming to a close, and so is the chapter of one Skyview high school teacher’s career.
GREAT FALLS – Later this week, C.M. Russell High School and Great Falls High School seniors will graduate.
HELENA— The 16th annual House Build Project for Helena High School and Capital High School, opened its doors for the final time to the public.
-Mari Hall reporting for the Missoula Current MISSOULA – Managing school buses and their routes is no easy task, but a local company has made