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.
The homeless education liaison for School District 2 earned national recognition this week for her advocacy efforts.
School District 2 gained a new trustee Monday as Joe Raffiani was appointed to the open seat on the school board.
Montana State University Billings will hold the seventh annual Career Services job fair on Oct. 30.
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.
Fifteen-year-old Suleman Makhani has experienced lots of firsts since he left his home and family 7,543 miles away in Pakistan.
The number of Montana high school students who take Advanced Placement exams jumped this year, but the state still trails the nation.
Thanks to women like Gayle Carter and Linda Altwine — and maybe four dozen friends and colleagues in the Billings Junior Woman’s Club — Billings’ newest moms and dads are given a touch-and-feel board book upon the birth of their child.
The new battery of Common Core-aligned tests for Montana students will cost the state about $2 million, or $27 per student, according to the Office of Public Instruction.
It could be argued that Sean Jones and Kaleb Gnerer took the Billings Senior High School’s Western Day theme a little too seriously when they showed up to school in the saddle.
Members of the School District 2 boundary committee got their hands on three draft scenarios Tuesday night and quickly dissected them.
Tiny Billings Educational Academy is poised to grow, and the private, nonprofit school at 1212 Central Ave. has Sir Jim to thank.
Two residents have submitted applications to fill the open seat on the School District 2 Board of Trustees.
HARDIN — The best way to fatten a child’s wallet may be by tickling his or her funny bone.
Billings schools are leaders in energy conservation and recycling, Lt. Gov. Angela McLean said Thursday during a visit to four of the schools.
Soon Orchard Elementary students with a sore throat or severe anxiety won’t need to wait for a ride to the doctor’s office or their parents to schedule time off work to get medical care.
If a child in Billings can read by the end of third grade, he or she will most likely graduate from high school, community leaders with Graduation Matters Billings said Tuesday, as they launched a long-range campaign to reduce dropouts.
Health care education across Montana got a significant boost on Monday with the announcement that 15 colleges will receive a total of nearly $15 million in federal grants to help train students for health care jobs.
Amid the shrieks and shouts and glee coming from all corners of Pioneer Park, 10-year-old Shane Mullowney kept his ear to the backside of the Mystery Doors booth, concentrating, ready for his cue.
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.