News of the Day


Thursday, March 11, 2010
By Faith Moldan
444-5643

Independent Record

Author Sherman Alexie to speak in Helena

Billings Gazette

SD2 finances chief takes blame for $900K forecasting error
Kindergarten plan irks parents
Gazette opinion: Trustees, don't settle for less than best super
Superintendent accidentally discharges muzzleloader in class

Bozeman Chronicle

'Green cards' not license to use marijuana at school
Belgrade School Board makes offer to hire superintendent
Local choir students to perform on PBS during pledge drive

Great Falls Tribune

Great Falls High wins academic bowl*
Local honors choirs on PBS tonight
Young regional scientists strive to advance to international fair this spring in California*

Other

Window into their world
Keystone puts summer program on hiatus
Levy elections on tap for Hamilton
Bitterroot College Program reaches out
Kalispell voters to decide on kitchen site
Kalispell schools tackle $820,000 shortfall
Canyon School to remain open one more year
Local students show off science skills at school fairs

School Board Meeting Summary
Meiwald first file for school board seat
Kage Hansen wins Toole Co. Spelling Bee
(Shelby) Elementary School News
Shelby Middle School/High School News
Valier FCCLA members introduce 'Student Body' at Teen Health Fair
Dupuyer hosts another successful Science Fair
Students use devices to learn weather, quakes
Good role models
Bev Wahl Honored By School*
Business Students To Participate In State Conference
Livingston School District hears good bonding news
Peers announced candidacy for reelection to board of trustees
DC Forum gives LHS boys look at national security
Condon idea pays off for BBBS
Head Start students 'got milk'
Farm to School program offers workshops for school teachers
Heck/Quaw honored for meal program*
Stellar Spellers
First-grade Penguins take center stage
Volunteer zeros in on pre-school, junior high
Pretty Eagle student spells 'bruin' to win spelling bee
Students get physical
Charlo plays stand the test of time
Polson schools in the middle of standardized testing
Economic literacy lacking in schools, group says
Tharp takes new job; district starts search
Joliet finalists chosen



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