Students at Sunnyside Elementary will be able to work on their problem solving abilities thanks to a grant from One Class At A Time.
Keeley Van Middendorp
Fourth grade teacher Rachel Christensen purchased a cribbage board and card deck for each student with the help of One Class At A Time.
Kim Skornogoski with United Way of Cascade County stopped by to talk about the organization’s Financial Futures Book Clubs.
Shaun Tatarka with the Great Falls Community Food Bank stopped by KRTV to talk about the 12th annual CANtastic event.
The Peak Health and Wellness Center posted to its Facebook page that the facility at Benefis Court would be closed Thursday.
Students at Holy Spirit Catholic School are learning through hands-on science projects thanks to new books.
This week’s One Class At A Time honoree will use her grant to help students better understand reading.
Earlier this month, MTN returned to the classroom to see how One Class At A Time was helping 2nd grade students at Holy Spirit Catholic School.
HELENA – The City of Helena is reporting a water main break on Twitter at Helena High School. The tweet states “Water main break at Helena HS.
This week’s One Class At A time recipient said her grant will help students build on their math skills.
NorthWestern Energy crews are working to restore power for more than 1,200 people after an outage was reported early Monday morning in the Helena Valley.
Sherrie Neff and Amber Osborne with The Children’s Museum of Montana stopped by KRTV to talk about the Museum’s upcoming fundraiser, Chocolat Noir: A Night of Sweet Change.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will be able to teach her class more about science with the help of a new book.
Swingley used her One Class At A Time grant to purchase personal growth journals for a new student club.
Due to bitter cold temperatures and drifting snow, several school districts are adjusting their schedules this morning.
After a visit with Senator Jon Tester on Tuesday, MTN News caught up with Senator Steve Daines to discuss the same issues Wednesday.
At least one family is displaced after a structure fire reignited in Sun Prairie early Thursday morning.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient hopes to introduce new books to her students.
Kindergarten students at Sunnyside Elementary School got some hands-on learning earlier this month.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will use her grant money to make sure students are comfortable while they explore literature.