January 19, 2021

Personalized Learning is Adaptable

By Nicole Heintzelman Adaptable is how I describe myself and my students. Daily plans change and we must find ways to best deliver content to our […]
January 19, 2021

The Personalization of Learning

By Kelsey Brown Learning for every child is unique. Whether it be a child’s preferred learning style (visual, kinesthetic, audial), interests, strength and growth areas, or […]
November 14, 2020

Intentional Remote Learning vs. Crisis Remote Learning

Written by Charelene Ammons When the firestorm called COVID-19 swept the United States and eventually our local community this year, Great Falls Public Schools complied with […]
January 11, 2020

Supporting Our Schools Through the Decades

By Pam Carroll The other day my first-grade grandson called, which is not unusual. But there was something different about this call. McCoy wanted my husband […]
January 2, 2020

PTAs Fill a Gap, But Is It Enough to Leap the Fjord?

By Jon Konen Parent-Teacher Associations are invaluable to our schools, enhancing student learning in a multitude of ways. The PTAs In Great Falls provide creative, meaningful, […]
December 10, 2019

Great Falls, the Future Arts Capitol of Montana – Its Up to You!

By Heather Hale They’re going to cut the arts. When parents hear about school cuts, they automatically assume arts and music programming will cease to exist […]