OPI News of the Day- January 25, 2013

Friday, January 25, 2013
By Abby Coburn

Independent Record

Graduates, readers and Goose Bay

Juneau asks for increase in dropout age

*Helena High musician selected to All-Northwest music conference

Bill before Legislature could help traffic speeds around Lincoln school

Helena High students support women's clinic with custom shoes, fashion show

Schools must provide sports for disabled, US says

Billings Gazette 

Firefighters provide coats for Head Start youngsters

School District 2 looks at next step with building plans

Musicians sit with grade-schoolers, teach songwriting

*Standout Student: Julie Almer


Montana schools superintendent asks for increase in dropout age

Student starts petition against Missoula school chief's raise

Candy Land gym inspires Missoula preschoolers to improve physical skills

Butte Standard

Local students lend hand

Bozeman Chronicle

Bozeman school panel debates boundaries, 'grandfathering' kids

Change likely for Bozeman school attendance areas

Glacier Reporter

Heart Butte students benefit from Smith's instruction, expertise

Great Falls Tribune

*GFPS educator receives prestigious mental health advocacy award



Graduation Matters Montana celebration held in Helena

Choteau Acantha

Board issues "directives" to superintendent

Belgrade News

Library director goes Hollywood

Livingston Enterprise

County schools close due to sickness

Havre Daily News

Havre High's Murphy wins top award for Class A schools

Sidney Herald

Sidney's speech, drama team members learn throughout year

Valley Journal

School district to run bond election

Bigfork Eagle

BHS wins speech and drama divisionals


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