• "Forward Thinking, High Achieving" defines Missoula County Public Schools. We believe that every student can achieve and graduate, regardless of circumstances or abilities.
     

    Missoula County Public schools released the following statement from Superintendent Rob Watson on Wednesday, June 3, 2020. Missoula County Public schools’ mission is to ensure every student achieves their potential, regardless of circumstance and ability.

    “I do believe it is important to share some thoughts about human rights and our District commitment to equity and safety during these difficult times.   

    Missoula County Public Schools are a place where we value human diversity, oppose discrimination, and where we are willing to listen, learn, and collaborate to improve the human condition for all of our students and families. To this end, we have district policy that commits to the importance of equal access to educational opportunities for all. 

    Policy 3210: Equal educational opportunities shall be available for all students without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, economic or social conditions, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender nonconformity, or actual or potential marital or parental status. 

    As educators, we know the importance of safety and the critical tie to student success.  We know that students can’t learn when they don’t feel safe. In our classrooms and schools, we strive to create a safe environment so that all kids can learn. During times of unrest, frustration and injustice we can all do our part to create that feeling of safety in our local community.   

    We share our commitment with the city, county and University of Montana to make Missoula an inclusive, welcoming and supportive community that values and promotes diversity in all its forms. As educators, we each have an important role to play as advocates for equity. We can commit to listening and learning to impact real change in our practices. We can also commit to acting in solidarity against racism and injustice, because we have seen the tremendous harm created by discrimination, in all its forms.  As a school district, we play a critical role in our community and I believe it is important to share our commitment to creating a safe environment for all.”

  • Information Regarding Coronavirus

    After deliberation and consideration of public input, our MCPS Board of Trustees voted on May 1, 2020, to keep our schools on our remote learning plan through the remainder of the school year. If you are interested in some of the key issues that informed this decision, I have shared them at the bottom of this letter.

    Our school campuses, office buildings, and playgrounds will remain closed until further notice.

    We will work with administrators and our educators to finalize our grading information so that we can inform our families. In addition, our response team will start working on an “end-of-year” plan that includes operational topics such as, return of materials, locker/desk cleanout and other tasks we will need to accomplish in a safe manner as we think about wrapping up the end of the year.

    For more information, please visit the Coronavirus Information webpage.

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Announcements

  • Graduation Ceremonies

    Motar Board and Diploma Graduation ceremonies have been scheduled.  For more information, please visit the graduation webpage.    

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  • Kindergarten Registration

    MCPS kindergarten registration for fall 2020 is open.  Students must be 5 on or before September 10, 2020.  For complete registration details, visit the Kindergarten Registration webpage

     

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  • Policy Revisions

    One of the ongoing responsibilities of the Board of Trustees is to establish and amend policies that guide the direction and operation of the District.  Visit the policy revision webpage to view current policies undergoing revisions.

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  • ESSA State Report Cards

    The Office of Public Instruction released the 2017-18 school year report cards on Monday, April 22, 2019. The federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires state, district, and school-level data to be displayed on report cards in a concise, understandable, and accessible manner for families and communities. The state, district, and local report cards will be available along with additional information on the OPI’s new report card webpage.  This data is already publicly available on the state’s GEMS Data warehouse. It is now being conveyed in an easier format for the public to understand.

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