News of the Day


Thursday, September 9, 2010
By Faith Moldan
444-5643

Independent Record

Teen already a power player

Prosecutor quits to join Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch Foundation

State applies for $30.7M in federal funds for schools

Billings Gazette

Ex-Skyview student gets probation for group beating

Alme talks about Foundation job
Gazette opinion: Billings students win big at the ballot box

Bozeman Chronicle

Monforton holding information session for upcoming school bond election

Glacier Reporter

Principal Juanita Cole takes helm at BHS

Blackfeet Tribe announces $150 back to school payment

Char-Koosta

Healthy Montana Kids insurance program reaches out to tribal nations

Great Falls Tribune

Officials identify victims of bus, SUV crash

Other

State applies for federal education money
Community garden proves to be educational tool for Shelby's elementary classes
SHS/SMS Notebook
Hamilton schools quick to emphasize expectations
Spelunking Leads Students Into Hidden World
Students head back to school
PTA needs more parent involvement
School is starting; drive carefully

These are our children
Vote for the future
Students welcomed back to new school year, new challenges
Evolution of school staff, technology make for more effective education
School sewage backup brings E. coli, mold
Donaugh receives FFA scholarship
Music festival helps raise money for two Paradise Valley schools
National Guard Seeks To Educate State On Programs
Public reminded about the importance of safety with bus traffic
Club does many positive things for our 'village'
PMS busy learning after good start to year
Gang ordinance passed by some schools
Poplar Middle School 8th grade news
Four new teachers at Frazer School
Poplar Schools reach AYP scores in reading, working to improve on math
23,000 Fewer Montana Youth Are Smokers



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