News of the Day

Thursday, June 3, 2010
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

Montana applies for federal school money

Billings Gazette

SD2 to move its data to the cloud


Missoula children climb aboard for train ride, dental checkup
Abled imagination: Polson woman creates doll line to encourage tolerance
Class of 2010: Grad puts passions first, then Harvard
Rattlesnake students ask mayor for safe biking, walking routes to school*
Volunteering: Thanks to all student workers

Butte Standard

Graduation day*
Butte High graduates listed; 342 get diplomas tonight
Anaconda's Rose Tracy making third appearance at national spelling bee

Bozeman Chronicle

Bozeman High students 'psyched' at Psych Fair


Program converting wind into power, educational experience
Montana Submits Race To The Top Application
Governor Schweitzer, Superintendent Juneau Submit Montana’s Race to the Top Application
Montana Applies for Federal School Money
Swank gets contract for new Cayuse gym project
Bull rider has soft touch with young skiers
Former Libby Residents Sought for Asbestos Study
Grantsdale School to celebrate 120 years
A lot to be happy about
Class of 2010 to walk stage Saturday
Mahlum is looking forward to giving back
West Glacier teacher's dismissal draws fire
Students earn bikes through reading
Students research air quality issues
Fond farewell to class of 2010
AEDs go to school, rec department
A note to the Class of 2010
Cheers for Volunteers
Books and bikes collide in Charlo
Home of: Pecos
Two Glendive girls die in crash
Twins' graduation will be double the fun
Seniors leave the building
Class Dismissed
Looking Ahead
Garfield School celebrates 100 years
MT Program Aims to Keep Kids in School
A Classy Sendoff
Teachers picket at Jackrabbit, Main
Schools, union to meet on contract
Students score high in Math League
Hackmann retires from 32-year Title I position*
Garnett finishes 32-year teaching career in Laurel*
$15 million Park High bond passes
Power students receive scholarships

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