A federal education grant received by Rocky Mountain College this week will fund a three-year effort to support leaders at some of the state’s most struggling K-12 schools.
It takes an entire village to educate a child, goes the original slogan for Saturday Live.
Construction of a new middle school in the Heights will give residents more than just a school building, an architect told about 45 people gathered Tuesday night for a forum on the project.
Craig Beals, a teacher at Billings Senior High with a knack for making science relevant, was selected Monday as the 2015 Montana Teacher of the Year.
An experienced mentor herself, Kersey Voss knows how much one-on-one attention can help a teenager.
During an August school board meeting, School District 2 Superintendent Terry Bouck asked trustees if they could recite the district’s mission statement, which hangs on a banner behind board members.
Principal Deb Black said she didn’t think it would be a big deal.
The Montana University System Board of Regents approved two-year education plans, discussed new student programs and got updates on grants and other programs from campuses across the system on Wednesday.
Early numbers indicate that enrollment in School District 2 could come up short of projected increases for a second straight year.
As best as Laurel Public Schools Superintendent Tim Bronk can tell, there are more students in the district this year than ever before.
Montana State University Billings has announced the inaugural class for its newly created Montana Business Hall of Fame and will honor their achievements at an Oct. 2 event highlighted by a speech from former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Four months after E. coli first appeared in the Pioneer School water supply, class is back in session, but the taps are still dry.
The 26 residents charged with redrawing School District 2 elementary and middle school boundaries were encouraged to “take off the parent hat” during the group’s first meeting Wednesday.
What started out as an assembly to thank volunteers at Trinity Lutheran School on Wednesday morning became a celebratory event when Lynne Erger was called up to the stage.
As a new teacher, Brett Nichols has a lot to learn, and before he can pick the brains of his colleagues at Billings Senior High School, he has to remember their names.
The long process of redrawing elementary and middle school boundaries gets underway Tuesday at 6 p.m. with an informational forum for members of the public.
Innovative programs for Billings students young and old were spotlighted Thursday as part of a back-to-school tour by Gov. Steve Bullock and state Superintendent Denise Juneau.
The most veteran trustee on the School District 2 board resigned suddenly Thursday, citing frustration with planning efforts she said have been politically tinged.
Student absenteeism in Montana is the worst in the nation, and it’s off the charts among the state’s American Indian students, according to a new national study of student attendance and test scores.
Riverside Middle School students listened Tuesday as comedian and motivational speaker Keith Deltano told them to embrace their “inner weirdness” and reminded girls in the audience that they’re beautiful just the way they are.
The Billings Police Department is reminding drivers to slow down in school zones after one officer issued 29 citations and warnings on the first day of school last week.
For the fourth time in as many years, Roundup school officials are asking voters to approve a pair of bonds that would replace the town’s century-old elementary school.
As Senior High turns 75, faculty and alumni are planning a yearlong jubilee to celebrate one of the city’s cornerstones.
Back-to-school photos and fist bumps mingled with construction tape Wednesday as students in SD2 returned to classrooms.
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.