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NRA Proposes Armed Gurards at Every American School

The National Rifle Association is forcefully sticking to its call for placing armed police officers and security guards in schools.

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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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Alex Apostle On Arming Teachers – School Threats [AUDIO]

MCPS Superintendent Dr. Alex Apostle is taking nothing for granted when it comes to school safety.

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Detail from "Graduation Matters" poster
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Montana School Superintendent Juneau Wants Older Dropout Age

More funding for the Montana Digital Academy and a statewide raising of the dropout rate to age 18 from 16. That's what Denise Juneau, Office of Public Instruction Superintendent, wants to push through the legislature

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Would You Support Allowing Armed Teachers in Schools?

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Missoula Schools to Implement School Safety Task Force [AUDIO]

Superintendent of Missoula County Public School District One Alex Apostle is planning to implement a school safety task force for Missoula schools.

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Update – Arlee Schools Locked Down Due To Suicidal Man in The Area [AUDIO]

Arlee school lockdown due to a suicidal man in a home near the school.

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Missoula County Public Schools Offer Tips to Support Children in Wake of Tragedy

At about the time of writing this article, many parents around Missoula are picking their children up from area schools, giving them a big hug, and heading home to assess the situations that unfolded today in Connecticut. While it may feel as if Missoula is a world away from the horrifying events that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary, it's inevitable that children all over the valley will have many questions.

A letter has just been sent out to parents of students attending schools in Missoula County offering advice and support following today's Connecticut shooting. From the desk of Alex P. Apostle, the superintendent of MCPS offers some important reminders and remedies that can be applied in the wake of today's events.

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Colorado Students Serve Classmates Pot Brownies as Prank

Just because it's legal to do it on your own time in Colorado, doesn't mean you can drug your whole class. Two University of Colorado students in Boulder thought it would be funny to bring pot brownies to a morning class to share. Then a bunch of people who ate them had freak-

outs. Suddenly it was not so fun.

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Graduation Matters Meeting Thursday in Missoula [AUDIO]

Graduation Matters Missoula invites area students, teachers, parents and other community members to attend an update on the initiative’s progress.

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