News of the Day

Thursday, September 16, 2010
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

Summit aims to curb childhood hunger

Fabulous Firsts: Schoolkids unwrap new books, thanks to HEF

Billings Gazette

School bomb threat 'not credible;' classes resume
3rd Skyview students sentenced for attack on classmate
Gazette opinion: Let's talk about why pills poison so many Montanans


Salish Kootenai College welcomes new leader Luanna Ross
Montana legislators hear mixed news on state budget outlook

Butte Standard

Vandals hit schools

Boosting test scores

Bozeman Chronicle

Bozeman bear-sighting season well under way
MSU worries as regents seek incentives to boost graduation


Change to Missoula superintendent's contract approved

Laurel Supt. will quit at end of term
Montana Summit to End Childhood Hunger
Board gets sex-ed curriculum changes
Budget cuts affect school library services
Large classes and small classrooms ageing
Shelby's Alternative School helps students achieve goals, success
Home of: Ron Buzzard
Bigfork's LEAP after-school program garners state recognition
Varsity boys soccer ends after alcohol policy violated
The truth about student enrollment in Whitefish
Poplar volleyball team defends use of mascot
Poplar Middle School News

Brockton School Coming Back Strong Fall 2010
News from the Frazer Elementary K-8
Poplar Schools identified as needing improvement by Montana OPI
Poplar City Police: Donating sought for child safety info
18th Annual Native Youth Leadership & Education Conference
Residents to participate in Library Day
Sidney welcomes students from Germany for school year
Commissioner of Higher Education will travel to Sidney for listening tour
Partnership for Promise receives five-year grant
Chinese Course Open To Students
Cyber school enrollment explodes
Local students grow humongous cabbages
Bus drivers desperately needed
Supt. appoints Tesdal and Atkinson to board
Panther Pride fund raiser launched
School board OKs new teacher contract
Regarding coffee . . . and taxes
Appraisers see benefits of good facilities
Solutions include lease options and utilizing current buildings
Better education for children should be bigger concern than tax increase
Board approves high school addition bid
School bus crash near Circle leaves three dead

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