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District's Comprehensive Long Range planning process is underway
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 Trailblazer Award
MCPS leads Montana in graduation rate

Missoula County Public Schools are proud to lead the state with the highest graduation rate for three years running and lowest drop out rates in 2013. View the full report.

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MCPS Elementary District (K-8) Operations Levy
Missoula County Public Schools plans to have an elementary (K-8) levy on the May 6, 2014 school elections ballot.
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MCPS Elementary District Operations Levy


Arena 1 Certified Postings - Open to all employees covered by the current MEA/MFT Collective Bargaining Agreement, including all non-tenured teachers who have been under contract for the 2013-14 school year.  Click here for more information.



  • MCPS elementary principals announced
    MCPS is pleased to announce Amy Shattuck will be the new principal of Franklin Elementary and Jill Patton will be the new principal of Cold Springs Elementary.  Shattuck and Patton will assume their new positions July 1. Click here for more information.
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  • Student Culinary Competition
    Student Culinary Competition

    Don't miss the Student Culinary Competition!  MCPS high school students will compete Saturday, April 26, at 10 a.m., in the University Center Commons located on the University of Montana campus.  The winning recipe will be featured on the MCPS school lunch menu and served at all K-12 schools.    
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  • SPARK Talent Showcase
    Any Given Child MCPS, as part of the Any Given Child Initiative, will be presenting the SPARK Talent Showcase on Tuesday, April 29, 7 p.m. in the Hellgate Auditorium.  The Showcase will feature the best musicians of MCPS elementary, middle and high schools!  The event is FREE and open to the public.
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  • MEF Student Board accepting nominations
    MEF Logo The Missoula Education Foundation (MEF) Student Board is now accepting nominations for the Exceptional Elementary School Teacher for 2014.  Click here for the application.
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  • Facilities Strategic Plan Survey Results
    FSP Results
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