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What an amazing year for our students, schools, and community! The Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools wants to thank our donors …

Now that a new school year has started for most Montana K-12 students, it’s time for us grownups to think about going back to school, too.

As kids prepare to head back to school, more of them will have a chance to build hands-on projects designed to spark interest in science and math.

Billings Public Schools won’t open for two more weeks, but dozens of teachers have already finished their classes in science, technology, engi…

Reading Rocks, a summer literacy program offered by the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools, just completed its 12th year. It was…

Two elementary school classrooms at McKinley will have sets of iPads next year after a local real estate company raised $10,000 to introduce y…

This year’s class of 45 valedictorians among Billings-area high schools was honored Wednesday during the annual Salute to Education Luncheon.

The Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools’ prize patrol knocked on 100 classroom doors this week, announcing awards that will bring…

Most teenagers haven’t prepared a meal for more than one or two people. Four Café Protégé students now have experience in making lunch for 350.

Wednesday was a busy day of delivering good news all over School District 2 for Krista Hertz.

The winners of the Chamber/CVB Roche Jaune Awards for Business Excellence are: Lifetime Achievement — Jim Soft, Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ran…

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Food and fun were in abundance at Pioneer Park on Saturday as the 21st annual Saturday Live was held to raise money for Billings Public Schools.

Reading Rocks, a summer literacy program offered by the Education Foundation for Billings Public Schools, just completed its 10th year! The pr…

Hundreds of volunteers from 40 local businesses and organizations have been going to school. Both the volunteers and the students have learned a lot.

Great schools are good for business.

The annual Salute to Education luncheon Wednesday brought together the best students and some of the most dedicated education partners in our …

Next week when parents of Billings Public Schools students are scheduled for conferences with their children’s teachers, there’s one question …

When Billings businesses go to school, the children of our community learn great things:

What is Partners in Education?

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Krista Hertz, executive director of the foundation, said there are plenty of ways for a business to give to schools without setting up a booth…