Montana taxpayers spend nearly $75 million annually on transporting students to and from public K-12 schools.
Sometimes, the trick to getting kids to eat their vegetables is to not serve them canned corn.
It was a busy night for School District 2 trustees.
It’s the chemically treated, soft-serve ice cream of meat products, and according to food service officials it’s nowhere to be found in lunches served in Billings School District 2.
Nearly half the students from Beartooth Elementary School called in sick Friday as investigators work to find the cause of the illness.
The following licenses were issued to businesses in March 2011. The information is collected from the city of Billings.
It was a potato bar for lunch at Independent Elementary School on Friday.
In a special noon meeting today, Billings School District 2 trustees renewed their five-year contract with the dis-trict’s longtime food service provider, Sodexo.
Starting in March, all students at Orchard Elementary will receive free breakfast before school.