News of the Day

Tuesday, May 17, 2011
By Billie LeDeau
(406) 444-5658

Independent Record

Event honors teachers, students *

High-school budget shortfall looms

Billings Gazette

SD2 board waits on superintendent contract, weighs class sizes

Lewis and Clark math teacher prepares her exit *


MCPS program lets high-school students recover credits for courses

Florence school board votes to reduce teacher, staff levels

Butte Standard

Trustees balk at early out for speech tourney

History central

Bozeman Chronicle

Bozeman Teacher contract OK'd

Chronicle editorial: Common core is reasonable alternative to No Child Left Behind

Great Falls Tribune

Students use high tech devices to map River's Edge Trail donations

Program allows students see federal court proceedings

Choteau kids bask in Blackfeet culture during student exchange

American flag touches local students

Educator honored for science savvy *


Cultural Connections: Mission schools celebrate Cultural Awareness Day

Ronan students exposed to Native American Culture

Students help prepare Bigfork garden for planting

Bigfork School District weighs budget cuts

Students give voice to headquarters history

Flathead High School names activities director

Bynum voters narrowly pass levy, 18 for, 16 against

Budget cuts hit hard

West Yellowstone school board reorganizes board positions

General tells students that early career planning pays off

What we are getting for our school tax dollars

District budget waits for OPI report

Sidney FFA advisor questions lack of school activity funds for program

Somers Middle School receives funds for roof

Emmerich is winner in school election recount

Grant helps high school renovation

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