News of the Day

Thursday, April 29, 2010
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

Marketers practice selling the future
Regents may cut U-system budget 5%
Students invited to Swan Release Day

Billings Gazette

Billings can remain winner if it supports schools
48 states of purpose


Hawthorne's bur oak ranks as Montana champion
Missoula gymnast Katie Rehbein reaches pinnacle

Butte Standard

Engineering feats

Bozeman Chronicle

Bozeman school leaders optimistic about vote
Longfellow to celebrate Arbor Day with tree planting

Great Falls Tribune

Voters making good pace on ballot returns for levy


May 4 voters will decide fate of $50,000 building reserve levy, $6,597 elementary general levy
Voters to determine fate of pool bond, mill levies and elect trustee on May 4
Havre students to compete in Ford AAA competition*
2 superintendent finalists to be interviewed
Northern provost search resumes
Campaign photo stirs controversy in Florence
Technology Elevating FVCC's Learning Landscape
Shaping Schools for Today and Tomorrow
School district cuts staff, programs
Candidates compete for two open school board positions
Remember to vote May 4
Hands-on learning
Candidates compete for school board positions
Two face off for Kalispell board seat
Charlo school board update
Wants forward-looking school board
Exchange students to sing at state
Student ideas for eco-friendly high school
(Dutton) School News
Two candidates vying for outlying trustee position on Fairfield Board
Little Hearts . . . Big Change*
Monetary incentive entices students to attend classes
School district's health insurance rates to increase
Innovations needed to narrow gaps for Indians
Responsibility for education
Building a better mouse trap (car)
School switches health care providers
Montana's FFA members organize, participate in service day
Stevensville FFA chapter receives silver in star chapter contest*
Bagley in complete shock
Manhattan, Amsterdam schools plan polls
Guest Opinion: Failure of school mill levy will mean more budget cuts
Keep vo-ag
Vo-ag opinions
Peers resigns from board
Head Start hunts for heroes
AGATE scholarships awarded*
Amestoy awarded for health-related research*
Grad night fund-raising begins
Students ask for support in homeless project
First-time donor
Fear of needles: A first-time donor's story
Students paint warnings to help bring life back to section of Fleshman Creek
Sidney Education Association honors community members, retiring staff*
'Board' sure not possible today
'Board of education' signature stick found, not forgotten
Area family asks public to support Family Learning Weekend
Math competition winners
Reading in Richey
Schools achieve historic accreditation levels*

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