News of the Day

Thursday, February 24, 2011
By Faith Moldan

Independent Record

Groups rally to protect environment
Wild in education

Billings Gazette

Reasons for suicide amplified for Native Americans
Gazette opinion: Put priority on funding quality public schools
Laurel school board ready to interview superintendent candidates
Libby closing elementary school
Mime works with Senior drama students on original play

Butte Standard

County orders audit of Ennis schools
Anaconda honors students to 'testify' in D.C.

Great Falls Tribune

The Edge
Lawmakers get lesson on Indian Education for All
Hundreds rally at Capitol for public services, environmental laws


House endorses required sex education permission
Bill offering leniency for guns at school stopped
Florence students avoid expulsion after bringing BB gun to school

Weather closes Whitefish schools

Deer Park leads local march to Mathcounts event
School money must be shared
Teachers make lasting imprint
Defensive driving, distracted driving initiatives focus of safety meeting

Hardin High School prepares for a remodel

School board trustee positions up for election

Legislative Roundup - Montana's 62nd Legislature lurches toward halftime
Kids have fun in the snow with afterschool ski program
Student charged with felony for waving gun

School board approves Falcon's contract for another year
Laurel High School has a HUNCH
Thirteen Wolf Point Educators Accept Contract Buyouts
School Audit Predicts Dire Financial Future
Grants for 4-H, FFA students available through Montana Farmers Union
Fight to keep oil, gas revenue far from over
Experience in Helena - Lambert student Rehbein contributes to 62nd Montana Legislature as page
Proposed cuts would hit adult education

Limitations shouldn't exist for area high school students

Life Skill Activities for Youth
Crowd supports Vice Principal at school board meeting

Board approves new bus purchases
Education on the chopping block

Reject union-controlled teacher tenure
Montana needs to follow North Dakota's example
SMS students explore potential careers

Science fair sees surge in participants
School board decision ignites controversy

Student speaks up

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