The 13th Annual Stuff the Bus campaign ended last week with the collection of school supplies from over 90 businesses, organizations, and individuals. Read the story as reported by KTVH by clicking HERE.
Not able to join us for our Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies or Grand Openings? Experience a virtual tour of Central School courtesy of HCTV by clicking HERE or by viewing the video below.
Last Tuesday marked the first official Board of Trustees meeting for the high schools’ student representatives. Zyanne Cervantes from Capital High and Hannah Muszkiewicz from Helena High joined the board of trustees for their first meeting of the 2019-2020 school year.
Read the article posted in the Helena Independent Record by clicking HERE.
We would love to have you join us August 23 & 24 as we officially open our three new schools.
Ribbon cutting ceremonies will be as follows on Friday, August 23:
The ribbon cutting at Central School will be immediately followed by a dedication of the Jack Copps library at Central School.
On Saturday, August 24, bring the family to tour our new schools, visit with educators, administrators, and board members, and partake in numerous festivities. Schools will be open between 9:00am and 4:00pm.
To apply online:
For questions, please contact Angie Ford at (406) 324-2009.
As of yesterday, the Helena School District is the proud owner of three new elementary schools. With the ceremonial passing of the keys, educators now begin the process of moving into their schools. Construction will continue up until school begins on August 28. Read the full article as reported by KXLH by clicking HERE.
If you’re ready to meet the schools, please join us for ribbon cutting ceremonies on August 23 (Jim Darcy @ 3pm, Bryant @ 4pm, Central @ 5pm) and Grand Openings between 9am and 4pm on August 24.
In an ongoing effort to improve the safety and stability of our schools, the Helena Public Schools announce the following projects at Rossiter Elementary School.
We apologize for any convenience these projects cause, but all involved parties are dedicated to completing them prior to the first day of school and appreciate your patience.
Questions? Please contact Kalli Kind at (406) 324-1720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re so happy to welcome your child to the Helena School District! Here is some brief information to get you started. All schools are now open and happy to enroll your student. To find your neighborhood school, please click HERE.
To register, you’ll need to complete a few forms listed on our “Enrollment and Registration” page. You’ll also need to provide proof of address – like a piece of mail in your name or the front of a buy/sell agreement, your child’s birth certificate, and your child’s immunization record.
If you have any questions, Allison Balboni will be happy to assist you! email@example.com or (406) 324-2031.
It took over a year in the making, a brand new school, and an official change in district policy, but the Central School library officially will be named the Jack Copps Library.
According to current Superintendent, Tyler Ream, “While it is impossible to fully acknowledge and represent the impact that Jack Copps has made on the Helena Public Schools and our Helena community, employee, community members and Trustees have expressed a desire to honor the service of Mr. Copps through the naming of a district facility. After much consideration, the library at the new Central Elementary School became the facility of choice due to its symbolic nature. First, the library serves as the hub of learning within the school and represents the vital element of childhood literacy. Second, the views from the windows of the Central Library expand across Helena from the downtown, to Mount Helena and across the Helena Valley. From a symbolic sense, this view represents the breadth and impact of Jack Copps’s dedication, service and leadership.”
Visit our Activities Page for downloadable versions of Helena High and Capital High sports. As additional activities schedules become available, we will post those as well.