April 1, 2019

5th Annual NoMore Violence Week

The 5th Annual NoMore Violence Conference for 2019 will be held Monday, April 1 through Friday, April 5, 2019.  All events will occur in the Heritage Hall at Great Falls College-MSU unless otherwise noted on the Schedule of Events.  The conference is presented by Partnering for Prevention and hosted by Great Falls College-MSU.

Converge: E Pluribus Unum

Join us for an encore live performance!

Converge: E Pluribus Unum is an original play based on interviews with Great Falls Public Schools youth and educators who shared stories of struggle, loss, triumph and hope. These personal stories will raise awareness and spark conversation about the depth and breadth of hardship many youth and families in our community face.

  • Tuesday, April 2nd:  Live Production ~ GFH Auditorium ~ 7:00 PM
  • Thursday, April 4th: “Listen, Plan, Act” Community Forum (next steps) ~ Great Falls College – MSU, Heritage Hall ~ 6:00 PM

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Retirement and Longevity Awards Reception

Retirement and Longevity Awards Reception
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7:00 pm
Paris Gibson Education Center Cafeteria

All employees who have served the District 25, 30, or 35 years will be honored as well as those employees who have retired during the 2018-2019 school year or are retiring at the end of the school year.

Honorees will be sent an invitation via letter the first week of April. If you do not receive a letter and think you fall in the categories noted above, please contact Cindy Gordon at 268-6001 or Aly Hauer at 268-6051. The District will honor each recipient with a gift. Desserts and refreshments will be provided.

Angels in Action

What is Angels in Action?
Angels in Action is a non-profit program for GFPS families who are facing a crisis.  This program will provide employees a modest donation to help off-set the cost of expenses experienced because of the crisis.  Angels in Action is completely funded through donations from GFPS employees and individuals, businesses and volunteers who wish to contribute.
Learn more about the Angels in Action program.

Host Families Needed for Japanese 4-H Youth

Learn about another culture in-depth when you host a student from Japan this summer. Delegates are here to experience what it is like to live with a “typical” American family. Program dates are July 21-August 17 and the 24 delegates are from 12-16 years old. For more information, contact MSU 4-H International Program Coordinator Stephanie Davison (406-994-3502) or go to https://www.states4hexchange.org/apply/host/ to apply. Families should have a youth at home who is within 2-3 years of the person they host and the same gender.

Safety Starts with YOU!

Safe Schools Spring Online Safety Training $50.00 Card Drawing Winners

Julie Anderson – Great Falls High School
Jolene Martinez – East Middle School
Jennifer Tilleman – Longfellow
Pete Pace – Great Falls High School/CMR High School
Shauna Cook – Paris Gibson Education Center/Whittier