School District 2 administrators said Tuesday they are confident the district still needs two new middle schools in the Heights and West End — and will have the funds to operate them.
Contrary to expectations, the final enrollment tally shows the number of students attending Billings School District 2 this year did not rise, but officials say that could lend flexibility to the district in years to come.
Zoey Not Afraid was not bullied at Riverside Middle School, a second investigation by School District 2 has found.
The findings of an investigation into bullying allegations made by the father of Zoey Not Afraid, the 11-year-old Riverside student who died by suicide last month, will be announced on Monday, School District 2 Superintendent Terry Bouck said.
Fall will abruptly end Monday morning, as a frigid blast of Canadian Arctic air invaded the skies over eastern Montana on Sunday night.
Gradual improvement in student graduation rates and math scores, and preparing to operate new middle schools are among the goals set Tuesday evening for School District 2 Superintendent Terry Bouck by the board of trustees.
HARDIN — The father of an 11-year-old sixth-grader who hanged herself after allegedly being bullied at Riverside Middle School wants a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding her death.
The Billings School District 2 Board of Trustees on Thursday was named one of two school boards of the year by the School Administrators of Montana and the Montana Association of School Superintendents.
Children who aren’t ready for kindergarten when they start school sometimes never catch up with their classmates – even with extra help.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County has added Terry Bouck, Billings Public Schools; Todd Buchanan, Buchanan Capital LLC; Todd Heringer, Herco Minerals, and Wayne Erlenbush, US Bank, to its board of directors.
With the objective of addressing Billings’ overcrowded classrooms, about 25 members of the community filed into the Lincoln Center on Tuesday night to begin redistricting conversations.
Amid optimism for the school year ahead, the “imperfect student” took center stage during School District 2 opening ceremonies held Tuesday for nearly 2,000 teachers and staff.
Billings' growth over the past 30 years has created some often-confusing attendance boundaries that end up with some students being bused past their neighborhood schools to far-off schools with more room.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Yellowstone County has joined up with a national campaign to provide its services to more local youth and increase its presence in the Billings area.
Not long after Billings popped up as a bustling railroad town in 1882, a single downtown site has been, in one way or another, a hub for the city's public education.
Parents of developmentally disabled Montanans probably left a recent legislative forum with more questions than answers.
By late Tuesday morning, the annex building at McKinley Elementary School was little more than heaps of rubble and a few support beams, marking the next step in a major renovation of the 100-plus-year-old school.
Billings School District 2 will begin working with RiverStone Health and Billings Clinic to look into and begin early planning and design work on a school-based health center at Orchard Elementary.
The Billings Chamber of Commerce has announced its 2014-2015 board of directors, effective July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015.