The new middle school to be constructed in the Billings Heights will be named in honor of the Crow war chief Joseph Medicine Crow.
The most veteran trustee on the School District 2 board resigned suddenly Thursday, citing frustration with planning efforts she said have been politically tinged.
School District 2 school board trustees on Monday ironed out the principles that will guide efforts of the elementary school redistricting committee to signal their desire to increase student diversity.
School District 2 School Board trustees granted preliminary approval for next year’s elementary and high school budgets Monday.
Janna Hafer has been plugged into Billings Public Schools in some way her whole life.
The School District 2 board at its Monday night meeting selected three sites in the Heights and one on the West End as the possible locations for the two new middle schools the district hopes to build.
Now that voters have approved the $1 million general fund mill levy and the $1.2 million elementary technology levy for School District 2, the school board's next task will be spending it.
School District 2 is facing state accreditation trouble, overcrowded elementary classrooms and rapidly aging schools. If something isn't done, community leaders fear that the school district may not recover.
School District 2 trustees will meet Wednesday night to vote again on plans to build new schools and update aging buildings.
A School District 2 committee will spend the next several months examining the boundaries of trustee zones to make recommendations on how best to adjust them to account for updated U.S. Census data.
School District 2 trustees in a 5-2 vote on Monday night decided to pursue plans to build a new elementary school and two new middle schools.
School District 2 trustees will meet Monday night to discuss the ongoing facilities master plan process and vote on which option of the plan to pursue.
With the Monday deadline passed, six West End residents have applied for the open seat on the Billings School District 2 board.
The Billings School District 2 board meets Monday to discuss the trustee vacancy created when Chairwoman Barbara Bryan resigned last month.
In an 8-1 vote Monday night, the Billings School District 2 board officially ended Superintendent Keith Beeman's employment and approved for him a severance package worth $111,000.
Pending board approval Monday night, Superintendent Keith Beeman will be paid $111,000 by Billings School District 2 to leave his post eight months early.
Superintendent Keith Beeman’s buyout contract will be reviewed by the School District 2 board during a special meeting Monday night.
The Billings School District 2 board decided in its regular meeting Monday night to postpone its discussion of how students performed under No Child Left Behind last year.
The Billings School District 2 board will meet Tuesday night to decide whether Superintendent Keith Beeman's contract should be extended through 2014.
The Billings School District 2 board will vote this month on whether to renew Superintendent Keith Beeman's contract.