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Student Advisory Board

Students from across the state meet up, solve problems

Students from across the state meet up, solve problems

High-schoolers on the state Student Advisory Board met for their spring retreat in Billings on Friday and quickly got to work on solving all the world’s problems.

April 25, 2014 5:30 pm Photos

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Sarah Rodgers of United Way

Sarah Rodgers of United Way

Sarah Rodgers of United Way of Yellowstone County takes notes and observes the processes of high school students during the state Student Advisory Board Retreat on Friday April 25, 2014 at the YAM Visible Vault.

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Shaelynn Tellez shares a laugh

Shaelynn Tellez shares a laugh

Shaelynn Tellez, 17, middle, of Absarokee High School, laughs with other students at her table during the state Student Advisory Board Retreat on Friday.

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Rep. Don Jones speaks with student

Rep. Don Jones speaks with student

House District 56 Representative Don Jones speaks with Havre High School student Judi-Ann Doney, 18, right, during the state Student Advisory Board Retreat on Friday April 25, 2014 at the YAM Visible Vault.

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Students work together

Students work together

From left, Montana students Shaelynn Tellez, 17, Ryan Vicek, 18, Megan Gordon, 17, and Nick Wahl, 16, work together on a team-building exercise during the state Student Advisory Board Retreat on Friday at the YAM Visible Vault.

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Students solving problems

Students solving problems

Montana high school students work on a problem-solving exercise together during the state Student Advisory Board Retreat on Friday April 25, 2014 at the YAM Visible Vault.

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Shelbi Fitzpatrick and Morgan Obert-Cain

Shelbi Fitzpatrick and Morgan Obert-Cain

Shelbi Fitzpatrick, 17, left, of Cut Bank High School, and Morgan Obert-Cain, 18, of Broadwater High School work on a team-building exercise with other students during the state Student Advisory Board Retreat on Friday at the YAM Visible Vault.

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Guest opinion: ACT for all will guide students toward careers

In recent years, 60 percent of Montana's graduating seniors took the ACT. The ACT measures the skills and knowledge in English, math, reading, and science that students have learned in school and need to know in order to be ready for first-year college courses. On Tuesday, every public schoo…

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