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September 18, 2019

Preschool: Helping Us to Dream with Our Children About Their Future

By Laura Crist A few weeks ago, I had a transformative experience.  As a mother of four children I thought I knew it all about preschool. […]
September 14, 2019

Abundant Teaching: One Teacher’s Story of Gratitude

By Marci Brodock Losing Passion In today’s education system, it is easy to describe deficiencies in schools. Teachers are working in less than desirable conditions with […]
September 8, 2019

Arming the Fight Against Hunger

By Ryan Acra Shaun Tatarka says he has the greatest job in the world. “We get to make sure the groups fighting hunger on the front […]
September 2, 2019

Teachers, We See You!

Written and spoken by Elizabeth Hill I LOVE coming to convocation. You are my heroes and my rock stars. I love to be surrounded by such […]
August 20, 2019

Unexcused absence – construction trade programs and our schools

by Ryan Acra I ran into an article released recently from the Association of General Contractors.  The AGC article sited a poll they conducted which found […]
August 7, 2019

Summer Meals that Make a Difference

By Heather Hale The cheery, bright-green truck is unmistakable as it pulls up to parks in Great Falls each weekday. So are the groups of kids […]
July 30, 2019

Volunteerism: How grandparents fill a role

By Jon Konen This picture has a story behind it-one that will pull at your heart strings. Mr. Gary volunteers at Lincoln Elementary every day for […]
July 8, 2019

A Year of Change in Review

By Heather Hale It’s morning, and Giant Springs Elementary fourth-grader, Max Hale, is headed down to first grade to help teach Lego Robotics. After completing the […]

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