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Superintendent Arntzen to Host Ninth Community Discussion on Implementation of Public Charter Schools

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen will host the ninth monthly virtual community discussion focusing on the implementation of HB 549, Authorizing establishment of public charter schools by Representative Fred Anderson. This discussion will be held on F...


Superintendent Arntzen Encourages Parents to Speak to Their Children About Vaping

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen is encouraging Montana parents to discuss the dangers of vaping with their children. According to the national results of the 2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, Montana and Louisiana tied for the second-highest p...


Superintendent Arntzen Opens Three-Day Meeting of the Math Standards Revision Taskforce

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen opened day one of a three-day meeting of the Montana Math Standards Revision Taskforce. The purpose of the standards review process is to assure that Montana public schools are setting high academic standards for a...


Superintendent Arntzen Submits Montana Indian Language Preservation Rules to Montana Secretary of State

HELENA – Following collaboration with Tribal leaders in Montana, Superintendent Arntzen submitted newly proposed rules on the Montana Indian Language Preservation (MILP) program to the Montana Secretary of State. During the 68th legislative s...


Superintendent Arntzen to Open Automatic Enrollment Through Medicaid for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen will open automatic enrollment for free and reduced-price school meals on July 1, 2023. Automatic enrollment, or direct certification, will use Medicaid data to determine student eligibility for free and r...


Superintendent Arntzen to Host Monthly Parental Updates on Education Legislation

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen will host monthly virtual discussions focusing on education legislation passed during the 68th legislative session. The discussions are open to parents, families, teachers, school leaders, and legislators. The theme o...


Superintendent Arntzen Reopens Applications for Stronger Connections Grant to all Districts

HELENA – Superintendent Arntzen has decided to reopen applications for the Stronger Connections Grant (SCG) based on the remaining funds and the needs of Montana school districts. Through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA) of June 2022, the... Full story


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