OPI News of the Day- May 23, 2013


Thursday, May 23, 2013
By Abby Coburn
406-444-5643

Independent Record

Feature Photo: Celebrating Wildflowers Hike Event

Helena High welding students make signs for Centennial Park

Graduation at one-room McCormick School unlike all others

What's boiling behind the need for building reserve levies

From big to small, school districts appreciate new funding bill

School choice advocate, losers at 2013 session, vow to return with same bills next time

Billings Gazette

*West High cheerleader is a friend to everyone

High schools, community celebrate American Indian graduates

Missoulian

Hellgate High students join Conservation Corps workers to build North Hills trail

Butte Standard

Butte school board votes to cut teacher aids by seven next year

Former teacher files formal complaint vs. Butte school district

Bozeman Chronicle

Mental illness in youth: a common struggle

Bozeman High senior projects: Learning and making a difference

Bozeman fifth-grader eliminated from National Geographic Bee

ACE Scholarships help 520 kids afford private Montana schools

'Meadowlark' leads list of names for school No.8

Passion for fashion inspires students' show and fundraiser

West Yellowstone trustees do not renew teacher Rehberg's contract

Glacier Reporter

Glacier County Library launches 2013 Summer Reading Program

Char-Koosta

Head Start Powwow says hello to tots and goodbye to others

National spotlight on critical importance of the early years echoes work of Hopa Mountain's StoryMakers Program and Together Campaign

Registration open for National Native American Student Conference held at UM

Great Falls Tribune

Our opinion: Celebrate graduation and ponder the future

Other

Superintendent Juneau and First Lady Bullock read to Central students- KXLH



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