By Pam Carroll The other day my first-grade grandson called, which is not unusual. But there was something different about… Read more Supporting Our Schools Through the Decades
By Jon Konen Parent-Teacher Associations are invaluable to our schools, enhancing student learning in a multitude of ways. The PTAs… Read more PTAs Fill a Gap, But Is It Enough to Leap the Fjord?
By Amiee Thompson Rachel Bohannon says she’s selfish. If she is, it’s in a heart-as-big-as-Santa kind of way. Bohannon, an… Read more Ripples of Kindness: Great Falls High Giving Tree Changes Lives
By Laura Crist 1989 marked 100 years since Montana became a state. It was a big deal in all the… Read more Rising to the Occasion for Our Teachers and Students
from a speech by Rev. Dr. Patrick T. O’Neill Senior Minister, First Unitarian Church of Wilmington DE Among the most… Read more And How are the Children?
Written by an Anonymous Community Member Meet the dollar that is one of 98 million that the generous people of… Read more Meet the Dollar… How the School Bond has benefited Great Falls
By Jon Konen We need things to change in public education…quick! I am a principal at a local elementary school.… Read more 5 Signs This School Year is Different and 5 Solutions
By Marci Brodock Losing Passion In today’s education system, it is easy to describe deficiencies in schools. Teachers are working… Read more Abundant Teaching: One Teacher’s Story of Gratitude
Written and spoken by Elizabeth Hill I LOVE coming to convocation. You are my heroes and my rock stars. I… Read more Teachers, We See You!