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WE NEED COMMUNITY INPUT PLEASE

 GFPS seeks community input regarding the new high school Algebra 1, Geometry, and Applied Mathematics textbooks that have been recommended to the school board by our teaching staff. The school board will be considering approving the adoption of these new textbooks at the July 20, 2015 school board meeting.
  Samples of the new textbooks are available for public preview at the Great Falls Public Library until Saturday, July 18, 2015. Please ask the Information desk, located on the second floor, for more information.

BOARD WORK SESSION ON FACILITIES

Please join us for the next Board Work Session on Facilities

Date:  Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Time:  5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Place:  District Office Building

Super Summer Read 6

 Free Books at the Park
We’ll visit your park and let you pick a new book to keep and read this summer.
Valley View, West, Roosevelt, Lincoln, Sunnyside, Morningside, Whittier, Longfellow, Chief Joseph, and Lewis and Clark kids are invited to join! This summer, Super Summer Read 6 will share books and conversations about books with children at your neighborhood park or school.
Students who visit us 5 times will be registered for a Barnes and Noble gift certificate to be given away the first week of school.

Communicable Disease Information

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Press Coverage and Press Releases

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Information About School Closure Protocols

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Click here for Parent Notifications via Edulink Information

Click here for a Message from the Superintendent

Good Apple Awards

Click to See the Latest Award Winners!

 

Bus Information

 Click here to check for bus routes/stops, school boundaries

Board Event Calendar

For an updated calendar of the upcoming Board Meetings,
See the School Board Minutes/ Agenda page and click on Trustee Calendar!


Surplus Equipment

Overview

From time to time, the District has equipment that is no longer usable for District activities.  When this occurs, Montana law (20-6-604 MCA) allows the District to mark the equipment as surplus and offer it through an auction process to the community.

kim_fadrhonc [at] gfps [dot] k12 [dot] mt [dot] us

 Follow this process for purchase.

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