• Special Thanks to Missoula Voters

    Missoula County voters have shown support for our public schools through the passage of local levies for many years. The passage of the operations levies continues that legacy of strong local support. 

    These levies will help MCPS support additional students as our community grows, they will help us maintain important programs that provide a range of support for students, and they will help pay for utilities, supplies, curriculum and instructional materials.

    Thank you, Missoula County voters, for your continued support!

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    Congrats to senior Chase Williams for taking home TOP HONORS at the MCTM math contest this year! 
     
    And congrats to the team of Chase Williams, Jacob Sriraman, Sarah Mueller and Grace Hurteau for taking home TOP TEAM HONORS at the MCTM math contest.
     
    Way to go, Spartan Mathletes!!!! We are SO proud of you!

    Please congratulate May/June's Spartans of the month:

    Freshman - Liam Dunning
    Sophomore - Teia Nash
    Junior - Teela Johnson
    Senior - Whitney Walters


    Congratulations to our 21-22 Student Body Co-Presidents:

    Faith Marshall and Alta Murray! 


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    Download the official, free Missoula County Public Schools app today for access to your school's news, calendars, push notifications, and much more! 
     

     
  • 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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