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Report card assessment postponed to 2022

News from OPI MONTANA — The National Assessment of Educational Progress, or “the Nation’s Report Card” as it is often called, has been postponed in Montana until the spring of 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. National Center for Education Statistics Commissioner James Woodworth...

CSKT member receives American Indian Graduate Center award CSKT member receives American Indian Graduate Center award

News from the American Indian Graduate Center NEW MEXICO – American Indian Graduate Center announced Amerra Webster (undergraduate) and Justin Lund (graduate) were selected as the 2019 Students of the Year. “The Student of the Year Award celebrates exceptional scholars who have demonstrat...

Reach Higher Montana Launches annual scholarship program

News from Reach Higher Montana MONTANA — Do you know a student who could use $1,000 to help pay for their education? The Reach Higher Montana Scholarship program opened Dec. 1 at www.ReachHigherMontana.org. This year, the Montana-based nonprofit organization will award 81 scholarships, 30 awards f...

Polson program supports young women with future focused goals Polson program supports young women with future focused goals

News from P.E.O. Chapter CA  POLSON — P.E.O. Chapter CA presented their Ready…Set…Goals! program to Polson’s ninth-grade girls on Nov. 9. Ready...Set... Goals! is a pilot program designed specifically to assist today’s young women in preparing for their future educat...

Reach Higher Montana launches annual scholarships campaign Reach Higher Montana launches annual scholarships campaign

News from Reach Higher Montana MONTANA — November is National Scholarship Month, and the nonprofit Reach Higher Montana is celebrating with its annual Stick with Scholarships Campaign.  The campaign encourages students to place a student-designed Reach Higher Montana sticker on an appropri...

Superintendent Arntzen announces fall enrollment numbers

News from OPI  MONTANA — Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen announced Montana’s fall 2020 student enrollment numbers, along with information on how COVID-19 may have impacted enrollment.  The Office of Public Instruction collects enrollment data from school distr...

Battle continues for superintendent of public instruction seat Battle continues for superintendent of public instruction seat

MONTANA — As Montanans stirred in the early hours of Nov. 9, 2016, one of the state’s marquee races was still too close to call. An early Democratic lead from the night before had already dissolved, and when the election dust finally settled, five-term state legislator and retired Billings school...

Montana state superintendents endorse Romano

For 28 years, we had the great honor of serving Montana as Superintendents of Public Instruction. In that time, we increased funding for Montana’s public schools, improved graduation rates and defended our public education system against those who would privatize it. Unfortunately, the current offic...

COVID-19 reported in schools, no evidence of spread

News from the Lake County-CSKT Unified Command Center  FLATHEAD RESERVATION – Lake County/CSKT Tribal Health are currently following up on cases of COVID-19 in St. Ignatius Middle and High Schools, K. William Harvey Elementary and Ronan Middle School. Case investigations have been completed a...

COVID-19 response protocols for schools announced

MONTANA — Governor Steve Bullock announced outbreak response protocols to support K-12 schools as they respond to suspected or positive COVID-19 cases and take public health-based measures to minimize the spread and keep students safe and healthy.  “The Outbreak Response Protocols provide...


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