News of the Day


Friday, January 28, 2011
By Faith Moldan
444-5643

Independent Record

Schools say goodbye to teacher, coach
Student faces charges after vehicle search at school turns up cannabis
Student news

Billings Gazette

Heavy snow hard on Havre roofs
Billings man promoting healthier vending machine choices
Charges dismissed in Great Falls teacher abuse case
Live updates: SD2 board to meet in special morning session

Billings School District 2 readies its surplus sale

Missoulian

Missoula council committee suggests more tweaks for social-host ordinance

Butte Standard

Governor Announces Appointments to Various Boards and Councils

Bozeman Chronicle

Pine Butte schoolhouse restoration preserves history, friendship
Eighth-grade filmmaker explores dyslexia

Glacier Reporter

Five youth honored at Montana Youth Challenge graduation
Day Rider, Champ receive 'One Classroom at a Time' award

Great Falls Tribune

Focus on ignorance, not age
'Unfavorable, uncooperative and unyielding educators are the exact problem with tenure'
'Getting an assurance that you have your job for life is not an incentive to want to try and work hard'

Other

New online academy allows high-school students, adults to take agriculture courses
Montana students outpace the nation in science
Student teacher will follow the job market . . . even if it leads back home to Cut Bank
Dean Berkram, Doug Ray will seek re-election to Cut Bank school board
Family Consumer Science classes being in earnest
Hard work ahead for board
Waiting for Superman II
Primary students show marked improvement
Serving as a legislative page was very worthwhile
Huntley Project bounces back
School students tour Yellowstone in winter . . . snowcoach-style
Helping Hands offers safe, structured place for kids to go after school
Trustees voice opinions on teacher retirement incentives
How to build a floor
LHS students 'on board' to replace gym floor
Superintendent search moves ahead
Crow Poet Wows Area Students
Montana FFA alumni continue work of organization across state
Area schools would be hit hard by budget



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