Soon all Billings high school students and staff will be expected to carry identification on campus as part of a district effort to make buildings safer.
And then there were 16.
With three-quarters of a century of material and memories, graduates and fans, and enough red brick to pave a speedway, Senior High’s 75th anniversary celebration almost plans itself.
The fun run needed a hook.
Madeleine Duncan, an accomplished clarinetist, first picked up the instrument the summer before fifth grade.
Senior High sophomore Rebecca White sat with her friends Wednesday morning, sipping Mountain Dew and talking about life.
It's not that Shelli Strouf was surprised to be named Montana Assistant Principal of Year — although she was pretty surprised. No, it's that occasionally she still feels a sense of surprise that she's been a high school administrator for five years.
The oldest high school in Billings, Senior High, is celebrating its youth.
Billings Senior High staff and students were evacuated from their classrooms after a smoke alarm sounded on the third floor of the school.
The staff and students and Senior High School would like to acknowledge the Billings community for its generosity and support and thank it for approving the maintenance bond. Because the bond for deferred maintenance was passed, we were able to complete many overdue building projects.
Starting next fall, Wednesday classes for Billings high school students will begin an hour later.
Norma Stene’s Senior High School classroom is a dropout prevention center. During second period, 13 students work at their own pace on computers. Their lessons vary from algebra 1 to English 3, U.S. history, earth science and biology.
The Montana Meth Project has gone digital.
For general information about Billings Public Schools, contact the main switchboard at 406-281-5000.
Joe Weaver decided a year ago to run for student body office at Senior High.
School District 2's Rich Whitney, left, and Senior High School principal Dennis Holmes talk about heating problems in classrooms at the school.
Straws. Cigarette butts. Cups. Gum wrappers. A mechanical pencil.