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University of Montana and Missoula Public School Lockdowns Went According to Plan Due to Suspect at Large

Two armed robberies in the downtown area early Thursday, February 6, and a suspect still at large, led to lockdowns at both the University of Montana and several public schools administrated by Missoula School District One.

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Gear Up College Application Week Helps Missoula High School Students [AUDIO]

Missoula County Public Schools high school seniors will have the opportunity to apply for college during the school day with many two and four-year Montana colleges waiving their application fees during Montana Gear Up Application Week, November 11-15.

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Lewis and Clark School
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State Grant Pays for $250,000 Boiler for Lewis and Clark School in Missoula [AUDIO]

The students at Missoula's Lewis and Clark elementary school will be a lot warmer this coming winter, after a new boiler, valued at nearly $250,000 is installed this week.

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Rattlesnake
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Missoula School District 1 Trustee Incumbents Ousted in Election

The elections for Missoula School District 1 came to a close tonight, May 7 with a surprising result — all four incumbents lost their seats on the board of trustees.

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Missoula School Safety Committee Hears ‘Active Response’ Presentation [AUDIO]

Tuesday evening at the Missoula County Schools business building, a group of teachers, administrators, trustees and law enforcement personnel heard a presentation on 'Active Response' by Captain Rob Taylor of the county sheriff's department.

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MCPS Public Safety Meeting to Feature Strategies Teachers and Administrators Can Use in Case of School Attack [AUDIO]

How victims respond in the first few minutes of a school attack can make the difference between life and death, according to a New York Times article that will be shared at Tuesday night's school safety public meeting.

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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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Missoula School Board Seats Up For Election on May 7 [AUDIO]

Missoula County School Board members have come under fire recently for approving a $20,000 per year raise for superintendent Alex Apostle. Now there are several school board seats up for election.

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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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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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