News of the Day


Friday, March 11, 2011
By Faith Moldan
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Independent Record

HHS students get crash course in doing right thing
School gun case going to Youth Justice
Student news

Billings Gazette

Miss Rodeo Montana demonstrates techniques to students
GOP unveils K-12 school funding plan
State isn't passing muster with education data

Missoulian

Hellgate High band students in Hawaii, safe after tsunami's passing
Drinking party: Frenchtown woman arrested, 13 students ticketed for MIP

Butte Standard

Bugs, wolves, volcanoes
School still on for kids on St. Paddy's

Bozeman Chronicle

Bozeman schools foresee $2.1 million cuts and layoffs without lawmaker action

Char-Koosta

Suicide oversight meeting focuses on healthy youth

Great Falls Tribune

Duo work toward statewide financial literacy

Other

Mother sues teacher who assaulted her daughter
Training Tomorrow's Health Care Professionals
Open-stall policy halts Marion school graffiti

Sound schools are our responsibility
One voter who won't support Kalispell school levy

Speaker highlights brain damage from drugs

Early voting starts on school levy request
Glacier students face drug charges
Radley Elementary honored for achievement

Kalispell school picks up recognition

Troy hires school superintendent

CMR student chosen as delegate to U.S. Senate Youth Program
New Ennis school is focus of concern

Laurel schools may seek mill levy
Legislative Roundup: Week 9

Teens work with staff to improve mental health issues
House GOP introduces new school funding plan

Republicans Reveal Education Master Plan

GOP K-12 Funding Plan Contingent on Bills Not Yet Introduced

High school sets survey on academic, physical environment

Hendrickson supporters unite while BOE, superintendent continue to take heat

Commissioners order audit of Ennis School District books

Superintendent candidate interviews next week



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