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HELENA, Mont.- Two new bills could boost public school funding by over $26 million and improve special needs programs across the state; potentially meaning more resources for students and staff.
HELENA - Superintendent Arntzen voiced her support of two House Bills Wednesday, Arntzen saying in a release that putting each student first w…
HELENA - Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen released a statement following the announcement of the TEACH Act.
HELENA, Mont. - Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen received confirmation from the U.S. Department of Education that Mo…
HELENA, Mont. - Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen held a virtual panel discussion Monday regarding Safely Reopening our Montana Schools. Arntzen said her priority remains in supporting students, families and teacher leaders through COVID-19.
HELENA - A request to waive Montana’s federally mandated state standardized tests will be submitted by Superintendent of Public Instruction El…
HELENA - Democrat Montana State Superintendent candidate Melissa Romano conceded in the race against incumbent republican Elsie Arntzen.
Public schools are seeing a drop in enrollment across the Treasure State.
Elsie Arntzen is a Republican running for Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction seat. She currently holds the seat after defeating her opponent Melissa Romano in 2016, whom she is facing once again this year. Some of Arntzen’s top priorities include career education, school safety, and STEM programs. For more information about Arntzen’s campaign, click here.
Melissa Romano is a Democrat running for Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction seat. She previously ran for the position in 2016, but lost to Republican candidate Elsie Arntzen. Romano’s platform includes public preschool, mental health support, teacher recruitment and retention, and access to public lands. For more information about Romano and her campaign, click here.