news.mt.gov

State of Montana NewsRoom

Welcome to the State of Montana NewsRoom

EasyDNNNews

OPI to Host Innovative Learning Conference

The Office of Public Instruction is hosting a conference in Helena November 30th through December 1st titled “Celebrating Innovative Learning”.

Superintendent Arntzen’s Statement on Implementing the Governor’s Education Budget Reductions
State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen submitted her education budget reductions today as requested by the Governor’s Office of Budget and Program Planning. Through her conservative leadership, Superintendent Arntzen has been able to avoid reductions to direct school funding while absorbing...
Superintendent Arntzen Offers Special Session Solutions to Help State Cash Flow and Keep Schools Whole

State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen announced the legislative proposals that she is recommending legislators take action on during next week’s special session.

OPI Encourages Schools and Parents to Promote Good Habits on Teen Driver Safety Day

In the United States, nothing injures and kills more teens than car crashes. Tomorrow, October 17th, is Teen Driver Safety Day in Montana. The OPI encourages high schools and parents across Montana to discuss best practices for safe driving with their students.

Superintendent Arntzen Recognizes 2018 Teacher of the Year

Superintendent Arntzen congratulated Four Georgians Elementary teacher Melissa Romano on being named the 2018 Montana Teacher of the Year by the Montana Professional Teaching Foundation.

Superintendent Arntzen Announces Montana AP® Scholars​

Superintendent Elsie Arntzen is proud to announce that two Montana students have received recognition for outstanding academic performance from the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP®) program.

OPI to Offer New Online Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Resources for Teachers

The Office of Public Instruction’s Teacher Learning Hub will now offer Montana teachers a program called “At-Risk: Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Role-Play Simulations”.

Montana to Receive 3-Year, $24 Million Federal Literacy Grant
he Office of Public Instruction announced today that Montana will be the recipient of a federal competitive grant through the U.S. Department of Education. The grant is through the federal Striving Readers Comprehensive Literacy Program
Superintendent Arntzen Submits Montana’s ESSA State Plan to Feds
HELENA—Today, Superintendent Arntzen submitted Montana’s state plan under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to the U.S. Department of Education for their review. The plan and other ESSA information can be found at:...
RSS
12

Text/HTML

EasyDNNNewsSearch