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Billings District and Curriculum

Billings Public Schools has a strong community partnership, and has a mission to educate all students and to help them become the best they can be. Billings Public Schools has a focus on two core areas of teaching and learning: English Language Arts and mathematics. There is also a strong focus on Native American Education, and both Science and History are taught using many learning objectives tied to the English Language Arts objectives. The curriculum has been set forth by the Montana Office of Public Instruction.

We currently cover the following Billings-area school district: Billings Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Billings District Curriculum

In early Mathematics, learning standards include: with shapes, explaining the likenesses and differences between attributes that define, as well as non-defining attributes is one area the students are responsible for learning. The students also build and illustrate shapes to show the various attributes and characteristics. The elementary children are taught to create two-dimensional and three dimensional shapes, and even illustrate or build new shapes from composite shapes.

In English Language Arts, the early grades of the K-12 curriculum includes reading prose and poetry on grade level with support, asking and answering questions about details, identifying the main idea, and retelling details within text. The students will also describe the similarities between two characters in a story as well as the differences, and include texts about Native Americans within their genre studies.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Billings Educational News

  • Foundation News - The Education Foundation of Billings Schools regularly gives to the schools in the community. Since 1988, the Education Foundation has supported the teachers and students of Billings Public Schools. Last year, over 110 faculty members were gifted grants for their classrooms! Each spring, over 140 applications are reviewed for classroom grants. Billings Schools truly is appreciative of the foundation that helps them so very much!
  • Support RAD Grad! - When community members eat at the local restaurant, Tarantino’s, they are supporting RAD grad at Senior High School. For the price of a meal, community members can support the senior class at Senior High School in Billings. Come and get a great meal for a great cause!
  • HIP Project - The HIP Project is a project among the faculty of Senior High, which stands for hobbies, interest, and passions. The faculty is encouraged to share their interests with the students in this project. The students, in turn, will get to discover all of the interesting activities and interests that their teachers pursue, and the teachers will get to see if they share interests. This can allow teachers that share common interests to get together and spend time doing those activities. The HIP project just began, and the students and faculty at SHS are interested in seeing where it can lead!

Billings Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: The Role of the Club Director

Club directors devote their time to a variety of clubs of interest. They stay after school to be with students who share their passion, and are role models for these students. For many, clubs are an outlet, away from the academics, and are quite fun! The Club Director guides the students with various tasks, organizes events for the club, and possibly travels to places such as competitions or events. Club Directors enjoy what they do because the club they are in charge of is usually one of common interest!