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Judge Allows Ballot Review [AUDIO]

Judge allows mill levy ballot review.

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Willard Alternative High School – Second Take [Part V] [AUDIO]

Today we wrap-up our look behind the headlines at Willard Alternative High School.  This week's shows are highlighted by bullet comments from each of our guests...

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Willard Alternative High School – Second Take [Part IV] [AUDIO

This week we've heard from faculty and students at Willard Alternative High School.  Today we get a different perspective...that of a student teacher.

Why would someone choose an alternative high school for their candidate teaching experience?  What was it like?  How will it effect future choices and professional assignments?  We hear this, and more, from UM graduate student Jessica Stemler... 

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Willard Alternative High School – Second Take [Part III] [AUDIO]

We've heard from Willard's principal and a teacher.  What's it like to be a student at Willard?  Today we learn the answer to that question.

Michael Achenbach is a Junior at Willard Alternative High School

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Willard Alternative High School – Second Take [Part II] [AUDIO]

It takes a special kind of teacher to work in the alternative environment.  It's still teaching, but on many days it is much more.  Steve Mutchler is an instructor at Willard.  He says his other roles include mentor, coach, and even social worker

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Willard Alternative High School – Second Take [Part I] [AUDIO]

Willard Alternative High School fills an important void in Missoula Public Schools...a high school education for those who haven't achieved success in the more traditional environments.  Does Willard work?  Graduating nearly 700 students in a little more than a decade would suggests the answer is a resounding "YES

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2nd Annual MLK ‘Read For Peace’ This Friday [AUDIO]

Readings from the works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for K-3rd graders at Missoula Schools.

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Grant Money To Help Mental Health Needs For Missoula Students [AUDIO]

Missoula County Public Schools received a grant close to $400,000 from the U.S. Department of Education that will be used to support the implementation of the Montana Behavioral Initiative into 4 of the schools.

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Missoula County Public Schools Bans E-Cigarettes

The board of the Missoula County Public Schools has approved a policy banning electronic cigarettes.

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Local School Teacher Recognized With Reading Award

A Missoula County Public School teacher was recently awarded the Montana state reading council administrator’s reading award during the 2011 voices of literacy celebrating diversity conference in billings. The award was presented to Bettsy Williams, title 3 bilingual coordinator for her commitment to enriching literacy education and for inspiring staff to strive for excellence in literacy instruction.

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