News of the Day


Wednesday, May 11, 2011
By Billie LeDeau
(406) 444-5658

Independent Record

Messinger leaving for Boulder, Colo., schools job

Health Ed creates more questions

East Helena schools budget gets a small boost

Billings Gazette

Bitterroot teacher receives national award *

Montana Superintendent rejects new school testing goals

Shepherd student makes Target bag dress to encourage recycling

Missoulian

MEA president: Teachers verbally attached, demoralized during 2011 Legislature

Despite levies' success, Missoula schools still must cut budgets

Narrowly passed Mineral County school levies could still face recounts

Butte Standard

Head Start levy election halted

New school trustees take seats

Butte Central four-day week discussed tonight

Coach of the year: McCullough honored for Butte High's successful speech program *

Bozeman Chronicle

Juneau won't raise the bar this year for Montana schools

Despite cuts, Bozeman schools will be even stronger, superintendent says

County, school district deny tax cut for CFAC

Graduation and the responsibility of making a difference

Bozeman School Board to vote on cutting two positions

Glacier Reporter

It's official: Conway, Cassidy and Doore elected to school board after May 9 recount 

Char-Koosta

Van Gunten wins Gates Millennium Fund Scholarship *

Great Falls Tribune

School Superintendent rejects new testing goals

New school trustees get to work

Local school students win at SkillsUSA Montana competition

Elementary students raise funds for classmate stricken with cancer



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