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Bozeman schools land $3 million grant

Posted on Oct 5th, 2014

From Bozeman Public Schools was awarded more than $3 million in a grant from the National Institute of Justice. The grant will evaluate the school safety impacts of implementing a Trauma-Informed Care approach, and will provide trauma screening, assessment, and treatment of student-specific risk factors that impact school safety, including threat-to-self and threat-to-others. Bozeman Public Schools was the only applicant in the state of Montana to be awarded the grant funding…

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Internet Safety Class Taught

Posted on Sep 4th, 2014

From Clark Fork Valley Press / Mineral Independent. SUPERIOR – Students from grades seven to twelve in the Superior School District have the opportunity to utilize a program unique in Mineral County but that privilege comes with some strict and necessary guidelines to protect their safety and keep them on task in the classroom. As part of the district’s one-to-one computer program, every student in those grades has access to an Apple laptop computer. It’s the only program of its…

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Internet safety, network access new for 2014-15

Posted on Aug 26th, 2014

From Valley Journal.  by St. Ignatius Schools Superintendent Robert “Bob” Lewandowski Technology offers vast, diverse, and unique resources to both students and staff members of St. Ignatius School District No. 28. The district’s goal in providing this service to staff and students is to promote education excellence in schools by facilitating resource sharing, innovation and communication. The successful use of technology relies on the proper conduct of its users to adhere to…

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MT Students Participate in Drug Abuse Resistance Education Camp

Posted on Jul 29th, 2014

From ELLISTON - More than 30 incoming middle-school students are having fun and learning at Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Camp. Helena police officers and deputies with the Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's Office, along with a team of high schoolers, facilitate D.A.R.E. camp. Deputy James Turpin is one of the facilitators. "We bring them to camp for two nights and three days where they participate in lots of team building events, lots of fun games." The…

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