News of the Day


Thursday, May 26, 2011
By Billie LeDeau
(406) 444-5658

Independent Record

High-schoolers complete another huge homework project

Board OKs Meyer as interim superintendent

Curriculum compromise

MHS launches aware to honor Vigilante Day floats

Billings Gazette

Senior High grad found tragedy helped him to focus his life

Broadwater Elementary Running Club plans large presence at Heart & Sole Run 2011

Missoulian

Willard Alternative High School marks 10th class of graduates

Hawthorne Elementary celebrates 100th birthday

Scout the Lab helps children with speech difficulties, special needs

Hellgate tennis coach resigns; assistants fired for drinking around students

Butte Standard

Helping hand

Public schools out early Friday

Teacher staffing passes on 2nd vote

Bozeman Chronicle

Students explore the seven wonders of Bozeman 

Char-Koosta

Flathead extension after-school program teach kids about the fine art of worm composting

Great Falls Tribune

Great Falls High physics students' final project: walking on water

White Clay language grads make history *

Other

Don Paulson retires after nearly 40 years working with kids *

Principal Rapkoch reflects on long, successful career *

Over $17,000 in community scholarships were awarded to Valier High graduates

Voters reject $40,000 levy request in Kila

Darby School District cuts three teaching positions

Corvallis School District budget cuts hit teacher's aides hard

Stevensville School District cuts eight positions

Corvallis students turn Hamilton signal box into work of art

Choteau students graduate May 29

Manhattan Schools hire temporary superintendent

School Board suspends superintendent

Joining the cause: Local students form group to raise money for cancer research

Sidney School Board moves forward with cheerleading/drill team program

Poplar schools honor retiring staff at banquet

Bigfork High School students prep Bear Dance Trail for summer

Swan River students show off year of art at community breakfast

Bigfork students get hands-on history lesson in Washington, D.C.

Polson trustees pass elementary budget

Pete earns Gates Millennium Scholarship *

Honoring the River: Students visit the banks of the Lower Flathead River and learn about her treasures

Students race for health

School board decides against holding levy



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