News of the Day


Monday, April 1, 2013
By Billie LeDeau
(406) 444-5658

Independent Record

Helena's Head Start program facing 5% cut

Photo essay: THE MOVE - Central School Elementary forced to relocate

Helena High assistant principal accepts offer for top job at Capital

Helena School District fires building consultant amid questions about the man's past

Experts say grade school enrollment will rise, then come back down

Billings Gazette

Education reform tour stops in Billings

Only one race contested for SD2 board

Graduation Matters rolls out in the middle schools

Fit Kids Club takes off at Poly Drive Elementary

Missoulian

Missoula's Food Bank in contest for $20K grant for kids' nutrition programs

9 candidates file for seats on MCPS board

MCPS trustee files complaint over man's $10K offer to opponents

*Hellgate High wind ensemble wins gold award at Chicago festival

Meadow Hill students create art based on Central American Easter tradition

Butte Standard

*Butte High student tops in competition; takes three firsts

Bozeman Chronicle

NASA lets Bozeman High students reach for the stars

*Navas picked as principal of Bozeman's newest school

*Bozeman High's best and brightest ready for the future

Bozeman schools ask voters for $2 million tax hike

Glacier Reporter

Superintendent Mary Johnson is retiring from Browning Public Schools

Great Falls Tribune

*Sweet sound of success: Local music program recognized nationally

Security increased at Bigfork School District

Sugarbeeter beaten in final, but Chinook still proud of its mascot

Other

Hamilton School Board cuts nine positions Ravalli Republic

*Hamilton student takes first place at Montana state science fair Ravalli Republic

Drawing a winner: Students create artwork for "Where Does Your Water Shed" contest Ravalli Republic



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