Mckinley Elementary School
This summer is a sprint for area schools to complete millions in building upgrades and repairs during the next few weeks.
These days, when Cole Barnes visits his mom at McKinley Elementary School, all around he sees kids and teachers wearing T-shirts he helped create.
When fourth- and fifth-graders at McKinley Elementary caught wind that nationally renowned local painter and sculptor Mike Capser would be visiting their school after hours to give them a quick art lesson, they were ecstatic.
Billings fourth-graders discovered on Friday that the best way to learn about trees is to swing from them.
Fourth-grader Sophie Pitts demonstrates her science expo project with her dog Lulu on Thursday. Pitts' project investigated how dogs reacted to notes on the violin.
Fourth-grader Sophie Pitts talks about her science expo project, which investigated how dogs reacted to notes on the violin, at her home Thursday, March 27, 2014.
Fourth-grader Greta Sneddon works on a project about the water cycle in Pat Lowthian's class at McKinley Elementary School Thursday, March 27, 2014.
Fourth-grader Sophie Pitts works on a project about the water cycle in Pat Lowthian's class at McKinley Elementary School Thursday, March 27, 2014.
Fourth grade teacher Pat Lowthian coordinates science fair projects at McKinley Elementary Schoo. Pictured Thursday, March 27, 2014.
Fourth-graders Maia Mouser, left, and Kara Johnson work on a project about the water cycle in class at McKinley Elementary School on Thursday, March 27, 2014.
School District 2 trustees got their first look on Monday night at models and schematics for the new Heights middle school and for the newly redesigned McKinley and Broadwater elementary schools.
The Billings City Council narrowly defeated a council member-proposed initiative that would have required city staff to explore options for plowing some residential streets and identifying what it would have cost and how it might have been accomplished.
Can McKinley Elementary School expand without constructing off-street parking spaces?
When Mr. Kane’s first-graders entered the McKinley Elementary School library that had been transformed into “Santa’s Workshop,” they were excited.
The Glantz sisters sat down in the McKinley Elementary School auditorium Tuesday night, curious to learn what Billings School District 2 had planned for the century-old building.
After a heavy rain, Terry Reiter lowers a sump pump into a stairwell at McKinley Elementary School on Oct. 3.
The Election Day clock is ticking and School District 2 officials are making a final push to take their case to the community for a $122 million bond.