Amid a waning interest in student journalism statewide, Luella Brien is hoping to build a school journalism program focused on Native news at Lodge Grass High School.
Victor School starts on Tuesday, Sept. 6, with plans for stronger communication and community collaboration.
The nonprofit ACE Scholarships Montana has given out more than 1,000 scholarships to students from low-income families around the state this year to help them afford private school tuition.
Florence-Carlton schools start Monday with a full kitchen, refreshed buildings, implemented safety actions and new leadership.
Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen is partnering with New Meridian, a nonprofit assessment development company, to develop and pilot a next-generation state testing system.
The Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) and Attorney General Austin Knudsen want to remind drivers to follow traffic rules to keep students safe as they return to the classroom.
Bitterroot College in Hamilton is open, registering students and teaching classes starting Monday, Aug. 29, for the fall semester.
"They just came in and bombed our school," said one mother. "It's like a brand-new school."
In the 10th year of the Hunger Games project at Corvallis High School, students broke the record for gathering the most food and donating it to the Haven House Food Pantry on Wednesday.
An official within the Montana University System recently outlined efforts being made to provide more health care workers as the need for more help in such occupations increases.
Carroll College has been named for the 11th year in a row as the "Best Regional College in the West,” according to “Best Colleges in the Nation” rankings for 2022 released by U.S. News & World Report.
The idea is in its infancy and all options, including declining to pursue anything, are on the table.
Opinions were all over the board Thursday after parents in Buffalo Public Schools learned that all 32,000 students in the district will continue remote learning until at least Feb. 1.
Buffalo Public Schools, where all 32,000 students have been learning remotely since September, is eyeing a Feb. 1 return to in-person classes for its highest-need students.
Despite cases of Covid-19 spiking across Erie County, the state has opened the door for schools to resume in-person instruction sooner than anticipated, at least for some students.
The district has made “great progress” during Cash’s tenure in Buffalo and needs an experienced leader to help schools get through the Covid-19 pandemic, said Board President Sharon Belton-Cottman.
Among the first in a yellow zone, they found there was no blueprint for setting up a Covid testing operation virtually overnight. But they quickly figured out how to test students, and at minimal cost.
At issue is the new requirement for public and private schools to test 20% of their students and staff for Covid-19 each week.
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St. Joseph Academy on Tuesday announced it has moved toward officially opening the high school in September.
ATLANTIC CITY — After 27 years in the district, Superintendent Barry Caldwell announced he plans to retire at the end of his contract next year during Tuesday’s school board meeting.
The Greater Ravalli Foundation provides needs-based scholarships to help high school students gain credits and complete college courses offered through dual enrollment, in which students can earn college credit while still in high school.
The numbers of students looking for a quick route into the work world continues to climb at the Bitterroot College in Hamilton.
Bitterroot Valley schools did well at the Montana State Science Olympiad competition in Bozeman last week where student teams competed in individual events and team competition in biology, chemistry, physics, geology and engineering.
DARBY - Are you an expert in beekeeping, candle-making or Montana history? Do you know first aid, GPS or how to paint with water colors?
GRANTSDALE – The historic 620-pound Grantsdale School bell is about to begin a journey to its forever home.
The forest is an integral part of the economy and ecology of the Bitterroot Valley, a lesson that is more easily learned by getting out of the classroom and seeing it firsthand.
A group of Hamilton High School choir students will be singing their hearts out on Nov. 16 at the historic Carnegie Hall in New York City, performing in a benefit concert to support the Golden Hat Foundation, an organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of those living with autism.
HELENA - A group of past winners of the teacher of the year award are coming out in support of the new Common Core education standards, and the state says it is asking for a federal testing waiver for the new system.