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New STEM wing at Missoula’s Sentinel High School a ’21st-century classroom’

The STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) wing will host classes in engineering, architecture, computer science and business and will be the home of after-school programs like the robotics club.

Amazing Video – Is there Bal-A-Vis-X in your school?

Bal-A-Vis-X requires focused attention, demands cooperation, promotes self-challenge, and fosters peer teaching. It is school friendly and just plain fun.

Growing deficit forces changes in Missoula County Public school lunch program (Video)

MCPS lunch budget well over $18,000 in the red

Missoulian editorial – Higher education forecast looks promising in Montana

It’s encouraging to look back at the recent progress that’s been made and to see that our colleges and universities are taking steady steps in the right direction.

University of Montana to Host Annual Student Employment Fair – 9/5

The fair is open to all organizations or departments on- and off-campus that need college students for part-time positions during the academic year. The event is free for UM students.

Your opportunity to influence a very important selection – Online survey and focus groups available to help decide next Missoula County Public Schools Superintendent

Your input is requested to help decide who will guide the education of your children and our future leaders

Missoula County Public Schools Elementary Attendance Boundary Study Launching – You can be involved

In late October, we informed MCPS families that we will launch an Attendance Boundary Study this winter to look at the boundaries between each of our nine elementary schools.

Missoula County Public Schools recommends controversial English curriculum, teachers speak out

Some teachers have taken issue with the two-year curriculum review process, saying it didn’t involve teachers from every school, and there wasn’t enough communication with teachers about the process until it was nearly over.

New Missoula County Public Schools fine arts standards emphasize common themes, skills across disciplines

The formal recognition of the obvious — that the multiple forms of arts share common themes — will open doors for new kinds of cross-discipline collaboration among teachers and reinforce those ideas for students, who "might not see that yet."

Russ Hendrickson is pushing the limits of technology at Missoula Public Schools to help prepare our future leaders

"If we want these kids to be ready for the new world, we need to expose them to the latest technology," Connelly said. "Otherwise they aren’t going to be well-equipped."


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