State Superintendent Elsie Arntzen announced the legislative proposals that she is recommending legislators take action on during next week’s special session.
HELENA – Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen are kicking off Red Ribbon Week on October 23 by encouraging students across the state to demonstrate their commitment to living healthy, drug-free lifestyles.
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.
The Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education (OCHE) and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation announce the creation of iGraduate Montana in partnership with the Office of Public Instruction (OPI) and the Montana Department of Labor and Industry (MTDLI).
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 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.
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”.
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