Tension between student diversity and their time on the bus came became apparent Tuesday night as the committee redrawing Billings school enro…
At Laurel High School, failure is not an option.
A handful of Billings residents showed up at a forum Monday to tell School District 2 officials where the city’s public education system could…
How long students will be on the bus is the top concern of Billings families whose children could be impacted by upcoming changes to school en…
Lockwood schools took a leap of faith when the district started its own preschool program, local officials told Gov. Steve Bullock.
The new middle school to be constructed in the Billings Heights will be named in honor of the Crow war chief Joseph Medicine Crow.
The students and teachers hard at work inside McKinley and Broadwater elementary schools are surrounded by a hive of activity.
Cody Ostwald called his first foul in the third quarter. He dropped the whistle from his mouth and walked calmly to the scorer’s table.
After Billings residents weighed in on the identity of the new middle school to be built in the Heights, the group overseeing the process has …
Unlike Biblical strongman Samson, Gavin Stichman has gained more power since his haircut.
Billings residents may contribute to the planning process that will direct School District 2 into the future during meetings Jan. 26 and 28.
Peytyn Christensen wanted to share her good news Wednesday with about 65 of her fellow second-graders at Big Sky Elementary.
The Billings Educational Academy invites the public to celebrate National School Choice week during an open house at the school Friday, Jan. 3…
Allen Halter, chairman for the School District 2 board of trustees, said he won’t seek re-election to the board.
The proportion of Billings students who graduated high school increased again last year, but so did the number of those who dropped out.
UPDATE: 9:45 a.m. Buses in Billings School District 2 will resume normal routes for Friday afternoon drop off, Superintendent Terry Bouck said.
While the seventh-graders were eating lunch, lecturer and Laurel veterinarian Don Woerner ducked into a large machine shop inside the City Col…
Soon all Billings high school students and staff will be expected to carry identification on campus as part of a district effort to make build…
Should the sixth, seventh and eighth graders who attend the future Heights middle school be known as the Raptors, and their sports uniforms em…
The schools on the West End of Billings are growing.
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