The Billings school board will have two new faces later this month when Tanya Ludwig and Susan Layton replace Travis Kemp and Travis Smith.
Just three weeks left to file for the School District 2 board race.
If you are coping with the first day of your student’s Christmas vacation, you probably aren’t thinking about Billings school board elections.
Tonight the Billings school board will consider the recommendations gleaned from more than a year of careful planning and research. The time has come for trustees to endorse a sound solution to the overcrowding that has affected students in all of our 22 elementary schools.
School District 2 trustees voted Wednesday night on a plan that would see two middle schools built in the next three years, along with massive upgrades to McKinley and Broadwater elementary schools.
School District 2 trustees will meet Wednesday night to vote again on plans to build new schools and update aging buildings.
Toward the end of a seven-hour meeting Monday, Billings trustees voted 4-3 to support $135 million in future K-8 school construction and expansion.
In what seems like a bit of buyer's remorse, two trustees on the School District 2 board said Tuesday they had changed their minds on a vote they cast during Monday night's meeting.
A dresser once slathered with pink paint looks like it just left the showroom.
DAVID GRUBBS/Gazette Staff Travis Kemp’s furniture refinishing business, Wooden Nickel Refinishing and Woodcraft Inc., got its start in Kemp’s garage.
In a 5-4 vote, the School District 2 board decided to advertise regionally for its interim superintendent rather than hire a company to search nationwide.
With its superintendent now out the door and at least two more weeks until an interim is named, leadership of Billings School District 2 has fallen to its two new assistant superintendents.
The Billings School District 2 board will meet next week to create the agenda for its next meeting and, in so doing, decide which options are still available to them in figuring out Superintendent Keith Beeman's future with SD2.
The Billings school board’s vote Tuesday against extending the superintendent’s contract through June 2014 isn’t the end of this issue. Rather, the nine trustees must now move forward to address concerns with Keith Beeman’s performance and determine next steps for directing the district’s to…
It was a poor choice of words.
When Montana’s largest school districts need trustee candidates, very few answer that call.
No ballots will go out in the Billings School District 2 board race and the four registered candidates simply will be sworn into office next month.
The Billings School District 2 board election may be completely uncontested come May 3.
The Billings School District 2 board is looking at another big election year.
Montana’s largest school district will have four trustee vacancies in May. So far, only one candidate has filed.