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School Safety Committees Making Good Progress
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Alex Apostle – Missoula School Safety Committees Making Good Progress [AUDIO]

Superintendent Alex Apostle said this week, that the three committees tasked with coming up with ideas and suggestions on how to enhance school safety in Missoula schools are making excellent progress after two meetings

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Mill Levy Requests on May 7 Ballot
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Missoula School District One Asking For Elementary and High School Technology Mill Levies [AUDIO]

Missoula voters will find mill levy requests for both high school and elementary schools on the May 7, 2013 election ballot.

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Rattlesnake School
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Missoula School Safety Committees Meeting This Week [AUDIO]

Three newly-formed committees are getting together this week to help the Missoula County Public Schools provide better protection for students and teachers.

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Missoula Set to Discuss School Saftety and Prevention Next Week

Next Monday through Wednesday, three separate committees will meet to help prevent a tragedy like the one that happened in Newton, Connecticut from happening in Missoula.

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Dr. Apostle
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Apostle Raise Controversy Still Simmers With Teacher’s Union Boss [AUDIO]

The controversy around MCPS Superintendent Alex Apostle continues to swirl with comments made Monday by Eric Feaver, President of the MEA-MFT, the state's combined teacher's union.

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Missoula Sentinel Student Offers School Safety Idea – Bear Spray [AUDIO]

Madison Thomas is a junior at Missoula Sentinel High School with an idea on how to make school classrooms safer from an attack such as what happened in Newtown, Connecticut. Bear spray.

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Dr. Apostle
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Missoula School Trustees Release Superintendent Evaluation [AUDIO]

Missoula School District One superintendent Alex Apostle recently received a raise of nearly $20,000 annually from the county school board.

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Dr. Apostle
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Superintendent Alex Apostle Comments on $20,000 Annual Raise

On January 14, The Missoula County Public School Board met to vote on a possible raise for Missoula area teachers and Superintendent Alex Apostle. In a 6 - 4 decision, the board voted to give Apostle a 13 percent annual raise.

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Despite Internet Rumors – A Normal High School Day for Missoula [AUDIO]

The best thing that happened at Missoula County Public Schools today was...nothing.

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First Day of School is Tuesday [AUDIO]

Tuesday is the first day of school for most MCPS students.

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