By Mary Moe (As published by the Great Falls Tribune and The Daily Montanan on March 3, 2021) As Montana… Read more COVID has Created a Learning Chasm That May Rob Our Children of Future Potential
By Leann Svir Riverview elementary Librarian When it comes to career choices, teaching is a profession that offers both rewards… Read more How Planning Makes All the Difference in How Our Schools have Adapted
By Charlene Ammons Remote learning presents many challenges, especially for classroom teachers who never anticipated these unprecedented times in education.… Read more A Day in the Life of a Remote Learning Teacher
“At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.”… Read more A Day in the Life of a Parent of Children in the Classroom During a Pandemic
Co-authored by Shelly Kelly and Susan Quinn The last few weeks have been a gamechanger for all of us. We… Read more Our Kids Thrive with Teachers with the Sharpest Tools
Dear Great Falls Public Schools Administration, School Board, Teachers, Staff and community partners. One week ago, today we saw inklings… Read more Dear GFPS Staff, Thank You!!
By Elena Baugh In a classroom, a teacher often utilizes multiple modalities to teach a subject. “There may be evidence… Read more Let’s Stop the Bleeding – We Can Do Better Great Falls!
My name is Stephanie Mills, and I had the pleasure of growing up in Great Falls, Montana. My youth was… Read more Going to Public School in Great Falls Changed My Life for the Better
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?