Billings Public School
Helping seriously emotionally disturbed children is a team effort at Lockwood Schools. In fact, it’s an effort with five Comprehensive School and Community Treatment teams caring for struggling students in grades K-8.
Over the next several weeks, Billings residents will hear a lot about their K-8 public schools. They should know that the high schools also are getting community attention.
Terry Bouck started his new job as Billings Public School superintendent last week with a big to-do list. It’s only seven weeks till classes start again Aug. 22.
The summer food service program is open for the year at Lockwood School, 1932 U.S. Highway East. Breakfast is served from 8 to 9 a.m. with lunch from noon to 1 p.m. Monday to Friday through Aug. 3 (closed July 4).
Next week when parents of Billings Public Schools students are scheduled for conferences with their children’s teachers, there’s one question all should ask:
Among the most enthusiastic fans tracking the Billings All Stars at the Little League World Series were their classmates at Lewis and Clark Middle School. Eight of the team members are students at Lewis and Clark, where they were welcomed home with an ice cream social for all students.
UP: Food bank fundraiser. The Billings Food Bank's annual Mardi Gras party drew its greatest turnout ever with about 700 people enjoying dinner and auctions at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center. Executive director Sheryle Shandy said receipts were still being tallied later in the week…
Billings Public School’s planning and development committee has approved a final draft of demographic study designed to guide future planning and decision making by the board.
When Billings Public School trustees meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday, the May 4 school elections will be on the agenda. The board will consider what, if any levy proposals to present to voters.
The Office of Public Instruction has projected that Montana public schools will enroll 141,886 students K-12 this year. About 15,500 of them will attend Billings Public Schools. That's 11 percent of all Montana public school pupils being educated in just one of 432 school districts statewide.