• Elementary Attendance Boundary Study

    Elementary Attendance Boundary Study Missoula County Public Schools is in need of a boundary study process.  Our school district is growing, over the past 11 years, we have grown by almost 800 students.  To learn more, please visit the Elementary Attendance Boundary Study webpage.  

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  • Important influenza information

    We have had a slow start of "flu" season here in Montana. The Centers for Disease Control are still warning of a potentially significant flu season this winter.  Handwashing and staying home when ill with influenza type symptoms are important preventative measures.  Please visit the Student Health Webpage to learn more about flu prevention and symptoms.  If you are interested in getting a flu vaccine, it’s not too late. Visit the Missoula City County Health Department, your doctor or a pharmacy in the community to get your flu shot.

  • Summer Meals

    Beginning Monday, June 17, summer meals are available at four Missoula locations to children ages 18 and younger at no cost. No sign up required, students just need to stop by.

    Both breakfast (8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.) and lunch (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.) will be served at these locations:
    • Chief Charlo Elementary, 5600 Longview Drive 
    • Franklin Elementary, 1910 S. 11th Street
    • Lowell Elementary, 1215 Phillips Street
    • Russell Elementary, 3216 Russell Street
    Summer meals will be served through Aug. 16. For details, please contact:
     
    Stacey Rossmiller
    728-2400, ext. 3023
     
    Edward Christensen
    728-2400, ext. 5012
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  • Pertussis Information

    Our school does not have any confirmed cases of pertussis (whooping cough). If you are concerned about the health of your student and family members you can:

    • Visit missoula.co/pertussis for more information.
    • Talk with your healthcare provider.
    • Call 258-INFO for more information from the Missoula Health Department.
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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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    Bell Schedule
    • 8:15 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
    • 8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday
     
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