Announcements

  • Senior Capstone Presentation day is Thursday, April 24, 2014.  If you are willing to serve as a judge, click on this link

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  • SENIORS!  Scholarship notices are due to Leah in the main office by Friday, May 9, 2014.  Notices are in the main office or visit our scholarship survey page to submit your information electronically using this link
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  • The Forum is putting on a Community Conversation on Prescription Drugs on April 16th. Please see here for more information!
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  • Hellgate Visitor Policy

    All parents/visitors and guest speakers must check in at the main office to receive a visitor's pass. You must have an appt. to see a teacher and we will call that teacher before you leave the office to confirm the appt. There will be NO exceptions to this rule.
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Missoula Election Information
 
 
MCPS will have a proposed operations levy on the May elections ballot in addition to Board of Trustee Elections. Ballots will be mailed on Monday, April 21 and must be returned by Tuesday, May 6. Please click here for more information or contact the District Office at 406-728-2400.

Congratulations to Hellgate BPA!

In January, 13 Hellgate Students competed at the Business Professionals of America Regional Conference held at the Missoula College.  Out of the 13, 12 were honored as finalist and now will advance onto the state competition.  The numbers who get to advance depend on the type of competition event:  Judged Team events (Top 2 Teams advance), Judged Individual events (Top 3 advance), and Tested Individual events (Top 5 advance).

Congratulations to Hellgate’s BPA Regional Finalist:

 Student

 Events

 Results

 Bigley, Nathan


Parliamentary Procedures Team
Legal Office Procedures Test

1st Place
3rd Place
 
 Bowman, Alicia


Parliamentary Procedures Team
Parliamentary Procedures Concepts Test

1st Place
3rd Place

 Boyer, Alice

 Financial Math and Analysis Test

4th Place

 Bragstad, Korbin



Parliamentary Procedures Team
Parliamentary Procedures Concepts Test
Legal Office Procedures Test

1st Place
2nd Place
4th Place

Fost, Conner

Payroll Accounting Test
Advanced Accounting Test
1st Place
1st Place
Gorin, Nate


Business Meeting Concepts Test
Management, Marketing & HR Concepts Test
1st Place
2nd Place
Kieper, Maddie


Banking and Finance
Financial Math & Analysis

2nd Place
3rd Place
Smith, Kinsey
 
Keyboarding

 3rd Place

Sohlberg, Annika

Parliamentary Procedures Team
Legal Office Procedures Test

1st Place
2nd Place
Thompson, Kyle





Parliamentary Procedures Team
Advanced Word Processing Skill
Fundamentals of Web Design
Advanced Spreadsheet Applications
Parliamentary Procedures Concepts Test

1st Place
1st Place
1st Place
3rd Place
4th Place
 
 

FAFSA Matters Missoula

Missoula County Public Schools, in partnership with Montana's Student Assistance Foundation and Graduation Matters Missoula, have trained local teachers to help high school seniors and their parents complete the online FAFSA.  Four free FAFSA Matters workshops have been scheduled.  Click here for detailed information.

 

 

MCPS Elementary District (K-8) Operations Levy
Missoula County Public Schools plans to have an elementary (K-8) levy on the May 6, 2014 school elections ballot.
Click here to learn more.

MCPS Elementary District Operations Levy
 
 

Announcement

Arena 1 Certified Postings - Open to all employees covered by the current MEA/MFT Collective Bargaining Agreement, including all non-tenured teachers who have been under contract for the 2013-14 school year.  Click here for more information.

 

Title 1 Summer Credit Recovery
 
Register now for Title 1 Summer Credit Recovery.
 
 
 
Click here to visit Principal Hendrix's page!

Attendance Office

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Attendance Email
 
 

Free/Reduced Lunch Application

Apply for free/reduced lunch!

Scheduling Survey

A group of staff and students at Hellgate High School is studying how the schedule at Hellgate might be altered to meet the needs of students in the 21st  century.  Your input is important to this group.  Is a change necessary or wanted?  If so, what kinds of changes should be considered?  Please follow this link  to a short survey in which you can weigh in on this important matter.  The committee is interested in any ideas you may have and hope you will think “outside the box.”  The survey will be open until April 7.