May 8, 2017
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GirlsSTEM Collaboration Forum

This forum on May 16 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm is for anyone interested in growing science, technology, engineering and mathematics in Montana. It is $25 to attend, but there are special student rates and scholarships available. For more information and to register, please use this link:

Click here for more information

In-District Teacher Transfers, May 8, 2017

In-District Teacher Transfer Information
Current openings will be posted on Monday, May 15, 2017 and will close on Friday, May 19, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.  Check the on-line application system (Applitrack Link To In-District Job Postings) for a list of all current openings.  If you are interested in applying for these openings please hand-deliver your In-District Transfer Form to the Human Resources Office to meet the deadline. 

Angels In Action Campaign



Donation envelopes are available in your school office or you may choose to send your donation directly to the GFPS Foundation located at the District Office Building at 1100 4th St. S.  The Angels In Action (AIA) program is a non-profit program to support Great Falls Public School families who may be facing a crisis.  Consider donating to this heartfelt cause.

For more information please click on this link Angels In Action Program Overview.  If you or a co-worker is going through a current crisis and you would like to apply for an AIA emergency fund please to the HR website and complete this form Application For Angels In Action Donation  


High Trust 2017, Levels 1/2 & 3/4

Level 1/2     June 19 - June 23

Click here for Level 1/2 Information and Registration.



Level 3/4     June 26 - June 28

Click here for Level 3/4 Information and Registration.

MREA Scholarship


MIET Tech Days, 2017


MIET 2017 Registration is now open.  Click here to register!  

Employee Wellness Poker Walk, 2017

Employee Wellness Spring Poker Walk 2017

Not a race! Just a fun walk with co-workers and friends.  Families are welcome and encouraged to participate. Cash Prizes for employees with the Best Hands, Worst Hand and Joker cards. We look forward to seeing you! 

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Early Years PIR

PIR- Building Early Years Learning Communities


Participate in a professional development opportunity that allows for teachers, working with children in the early years, to collaborate by sharing common language and goals. Educators will gain a greater understanding about early childhood development (birth to age 8) by collaborating with each other around the following identified topics:
  • Early Learning Standards and how they align with Kindergarten Common Core.
  • Social/Emotional learning that occurs and how Executive Functioning Skills set children up for success in and outside of school.
  • Transition from Preschool to Kindergarten and how to make that process meaningful and informational for families and schools.
*For additional information contact Colette Getten 268-6438
Rae Smith 268-7082    

Rhonda Zobrak 268-7047