News of the Day


Friday, February 11, 2011
By Faith Moldan
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Independent Record

Senate panel cuts $4 million in proposed school funding
Teeth bill worth the bite
School news

Missoulian

Republican legislators cut millions for education programs

Butte Standard

Dillon band to perform in Seattle

Bozeman Chronicle

Igloo lesson: Kindergarten students learn lots from their milk carton igloo

Char-Koosta

CSKT Tribal Social Services awarded $100,000 grant to help children behavior

Great Falls Tribune

Ulm science wizards think out of the box for fair projects

Other

Legislature shifts into high gear
Proposed Education Budget Change Has Some Districts Fuming
Afterschool skiing: Keystone to Discovery introduces kids to cross-country skiing

Keep Open Meeting Law tough
Down but not out: Linderman students decorate duvet for a 'Wounded Warrior'
Belgrade council hears schools' bond-issue pitch
Park City to get new gym floor

Laurel student accepted to Naval Academy

Montana Range Days offers scholarships
Montana CattleWomen, Inc. offers $1,000 scholarship
Sept selected to leadership seminar
Counselors offer unique service
Poster contest open to fifth graders
Livingston School District superintendent leaving
Rockets and reading
Teacher of the month
Legislature mulls large cuts to tobacco prevention
Superintendent outlines potential cuts Intermediate School students introduce newspaper to board
School board filing period open
Youngman gets honorary diploma
Bigfork School District gains new website
Five up for election on school boards
Whitefish teen with a knack for business
High Five campaign kicks off for schools
Support and invest in schools
School district audit points to challenges



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