News of the Day


Thursday, November 3, 2011
By Billie LeDeau
(406) 444-5658

Independent Record

Montana's poet laureate believes in power of writing to change lives

Billings Gazette

Facilities planning firm releases SD2 study

Former teacher announces candidacy for state superintendent of schools

MSUB basketball players urge students to stay in school

Letters to the Editor: Questions surround Title I school funding

Missoulian

Missoula students build mandala for peace in Caras Park

Montana's future depends on a balanced approach

Glacier High: Student charged in assault delays return to school

Bozeman Chronicle

Whittier School in contest to raise money for playground

Char-Koosta

Farm to School programs support local economies and health of Montana children

Other

At your service: Hamilton Middle School class takes on community improvement projects Ravalli Republic

Lodge Grass school superintendent resigns Big Horn County News

Fall school count shows stable K-12 enrollment Choteau Acantha

DCHS library opens coffee shop Glendive Ranger Review

Park High runner dies in Missoula hospital Livingston Enterprise

School puts up new marquee Culbertson Searchlight

School board considers new technology policy Bigfork Eagle

Positive education numbers for Montana KFBB News Channel 5

Welch announces run for Superintendent of Public Instruction KXLF Butte

No additional confirmed cases of pertussis in Bozeman public schools KXLF Butte

Will James Middle School begins fundraiser for computers KTVQ Billings

Suit filed over alleged abuse at North Middle School KRTV Great Falls

Centerville students, faculty praise new 4-day school week KRTV Great Falls

Superintendent explains Glacier HS hazing decision KPAX Missoula



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