by Ryan Acra I ran into an article released recently from the Association of General Contractors. The AGC article sited… Read more Unexcused absence – construction trade programs and our schools
By Heather Hale The cheery, bright-green truck is unmistakable as it pulls up to parks in Great Falls each weekday.… Read more Summer Meals that Make a Difference
By Jon Konen This picture has a story behind it-one that will pull at your heart strings. Mr. Gary volunteers… Read more Volunteerism: How grandparents fill a role
By Heather Hale It’s morning, and Giant Springs Elementary fourth-grader, Max Hale, is headed down to first grade to help… Read more A Year of Change in Review
I am seated at a long lunch table in Whittier Elementary. A particularly chatty third grader is recounting his adventures… Read more Lunch at Whittier
By Linda Caricaburu As the school year drew to a close, the calls started coming in from anxious parents. Their… Read more School’s out for the Summer!
In 1997, Joe Vance was in the class that built the first high school house in Great Falls. He never… Read more Experiences We Never Forget
If you have ever seen the popular television show, Shark Tank, you understand the power of executing an idea off… Read more Shark Tank with Elementary Minnows By Jon Konen
Paris Gibson High School is piloting a new style of learning that honors students’ heritage and culture. Students in the… Read more Combining culture, tradition and education improves learning for all
By Mary Mo Sheehy When I began teaching in 1972, there were no guaranteed special education programs in Montana’s public… Read more Why do we need Special Education?