Greta Besch Moen
Superintendent Terry Bouck was given mostly high praise in his first performance evaluation by the Billings School District 2 board at its Monday night meeting.
The foundation of a great community and prosperous economy is a strong public school system. More than two years ago, Billings Public Schools began the first comprehensive analysis of our district’s educational and facility adequacy. We clearly determined that our school district is in crisi…
It started with the bus drivers.
As School District 2 officials see it, this might be their best shot.
With just five weeks to go before school election ballots are mailed to voters, a team of community volunteers is launching a positive, high-energy campaign to tell voters why Billings needs to build up its elementary and middle schools.
Tonight the Billings school board will consider the recommendations gleaned from more than a year of careful planning and research. The time has come for trustees to endorse a sound solution to the overcrowding that has affected students in all of our 22 elementary schools.
Of the three races for seats on the School District 2 board open this May, only one will be contested.
Three seats on the School District 2 board are up for grabs on May 7, and applications to run in the election are due at the end of the month.
It's decision time for the Billings School District 2 board.
Last week, two dozen parents and community leaders packed a school board candidate school presented by the Billings Chamber of Commerce. That great event highlighted the need for good candidates.
Trustees, acting as members of Billings School District 2’s planning and development committee, voted unanimously Monday night to move forward on creating a facilities master plan.
During a Tuesday meeting, Billings School District 2 trustees compiled a list of 10 questions they will pose to the four interim superintendent candidates.
In a close vote Monday night and after three rounds of voting, Billings School District 2 trustees elected Teresa Stroebe 5-3 to be the next board chairwoman.
Reversing a decision they made last month, trustees on the Billings School District 2 board voted Monday night to hold mill levy and bond elections next May.
When Montana’s largest school districts need trustee candidates, very few answer that call.
No ballots will go out in the Billings School District 2 board race and the four registered candidates simply will be sworn into office next month.
The Billings School District 2 board election may be completely uncontested come May 3.
The Billings School District 2 board is looking at another big election year.
Montana’s largest school district will have four trustee vacancies in May. So far, only one candidate has filed.