Castle Rock Middle School
Bitterroot Elementary classes start at 8:30 a.m. after students bundled up in jackets and backpacks line up outside the school doors, recite the Pledge of Allegiance and stream down the hall to their classrooms. Principal John English towers over the crowd, saying good morning and receiving …
Amid the shrieks and shouts and glee coming from all corners of Pioneer Park, 10-year-old Shane Mullowney kept his ear to the backside of the Mystery Doors booth, concentrating, ready for his cue.
Shaun Harrington photographed at Castle Rock Middle School in 2007.
School District 2 officials removed Riverside Middle School's principal from her job on Thursday.
Shelleen Williams may be just 13 years old, but armed with her beauty pageant sash and tiara — and a very active right wrist and ready smile — she was more than game to put in a two-hour shift for the Red Kettle campaign Tuesday at the Wal-Mart store at 1649 Main St.
The planning and development committee for School District 2 is putting together criteria the SD2 board will use to decide which of its new, bond-approved middle school will be built first.
At the end of the assembly, the two dozen or so veterans gathered at Castle Rock Middle School as guests of honor, stood and shook hands with School District 2 officials and Gov. Steve Bullock and his staff.
Castle Rock seventh-grader Shay Kirby chats with her dad Army Master Sgt. Sherman Kirby at Castle Rock Middle School's "Take a Veteran to School Day" in Billings on Tuesday.
Students clap for veterans at Castle Rock Middle School's "Take a Veteran to School Day" in Billings on Tuesday.
Marine Gunnery Sgt. Luis Alonzo greets WWII veteran Jack Englaman, left, at Castle Rock Middle School's "Take a Veteran to School Day" in Billings on Tuesday.
Governor Steve Bullock shares a laugh with veterans Fran Peletier, left, and Ivory Robinson, right, at Castle Rock Middle School's "Take a Veteran to School Day" in Billings on Tuesday.
Castle Rock Middle School principal Sean Harrington shows how his classrooms will be improving thanks to the passing of the technology levy.
Castle Rock Middle School principal Shaun Harrington logs onto one of the school's new Chrome computers on Wednesday morning. Voters in May approved a $1.2 million tech levy that the district started using this summer.
Castle Rock Middle School student Tanner Finch uses a tablet computer in his homeroom class Wednesday morning. Voters in May approved a $1.2 million tech levy that the district started using this summer.
Wednesday was the first day of classes for School District 2 and at Castle Rock Middle School Principal Shaun Harrington was most excited about four black carts of shiny new silver Chromebook laptops.
In a word, the new middle schools that School District 2 plans to build, if voters approve a multimillion-dollar bond this fall, should be flexible.
Community members gathered at Sandstone Elementary School on Wednesday night and questioned school district leaders about growth and where best to build new middle schools.
Granite Fitness instructor Gina McQueen teaches Zumba Atomic to Castle Rock Middle School students as part of their Workout Wednesday program.
Student Julie McElvain participates in a Zumba class at Castle Rock Middle School on Wednesday as part of the school's Workout Wednesday.