Education Foundation For Billings Public Schools
The Phillips 66 Billings Refinery pledged on Wednesday to donate $750,000 over three years to support enhanced science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in Billings School District 2 elementary and middle schools.
What are you doing for lunch?
Second-graders at Arrowhead Elementary got a rare treat Monday when more than 70 students from the Billings Career Center came over to play board games, card games and show off books they had created in their Principles of Biomedical Sciences class.
June Jeziorski: Arrowhead Elementary, Crazy for Chromebooks
Wednesday was a busy day of delivering good news all over School District 2 for Krista Hertz.
Eagle Cliffs student Jasen Denowh talks about doing a video show of school announcements and news.
Eagle Cliffs Librarian Diane Jensen shares news of her grant from the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools with fifth- and sixth-graders at the school Wednesday. The grant will buy equipment to allow students to produce a video of school announcements, news and weather.
Eagle Cliffs first grade teacher Leslie Jimmerson gets a hug from Kristy Bouck after being awarded a grant from the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools on Wednesday afternoon.
Eagle Cliffs first-grade teacher Linda Frey gets a group hug from her class after being awarded a grant from the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools last month.
The Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools board of directors, whose mission is to promote excellence in education by providing opportunities and resources to Billings public school students, has announced its 2014 board officers: Pam Hofferber of KTVQ-2, president; Todd Vralsted o…
Four degrees. I trudged through several inches of slippery snow on Lewis Avenue toward my Thursday morning appointment in the principal’s office. A young man sporting black shorts strode through the middle school doors behind me.
This is the way to learn math.
Saturday Live gears up for its 21st year this weekend and organizers are watching the weather.
The Billings Rotary Club and PPL Montana made contributions to Billings nonprofits on Monday.
This time next week, Billings schoolchildren will be on summer break. All too often, summer is the season when students, especially those who already are disadvantaged, lose academic skills. Regular reading is one way to counteract that summer slump.
Hundreds of volunteers from 40 local businesses and organizations have been going to school. Both the volunteers and the students have learned a lot.
The banking jargon came fast and furious — debit versus credit, interest and principal, savings and checking.
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.