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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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    Staff at Fish, Wildlife and Parks are starting to see a shift of bear activity into the lower elevations. The bears will be searching for hawthorn berries, snow berries, etc---but also fruit trees in back yards. Keep an eye out on the website for updated information on bear and mountain lion activity around Missoula. Remember that at this time of year, if you live near a draw, mountain, river or wild area along the Missoula fringe, be diligent about containing attractants---no garbage stored outside, all fruit picked, no bird feeders swinging, no freezers in open garages or back porches and no pet or livestock feed stored outside in plastic containers, etc. Also the feeding of turkeys and deer and salting for deer and elk is not recommended as it will lure in deer and turkeys---which inevitably lures in lions. Let’s all do our part to keep kids safe on their way to school!

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Meet Our Staff!

Welcome New Social Studies Teacher Lindsay Thompson!

Lindsay Thompson Lindsay Thompson comes to us from Helena, where she spent most of her childhood.  She graduated from Carroll College with a B.A. in History & Political Science in 2006, Washington State University with an M.A. in American and East Asian History in 2008, and from the University of Montana with a M.Ed. in Curriculum Studies in 2010.  She taught Government and Economics at Kellogg High School in Idaho for three years and Government and World Cultures at Capital High School in Helena last year. She also has taught online for the last two years. Lindsay is very excited to be at Hellgate teaching U.S. History and Soc-Crim and is looking forward to an awesome school year!

Welcome Class of 2018!

Arriving Freshmen Hellgate's staff members and Link Crew leaders clapped, cheered and warmly welcomed the newest 297 members of the Hellgate High School family on Wednesday. The freshmen class spent the morning getting to know each other and the layout of their new school before the rest of the students arrived the next day.  Students spent the afternoon visiting their scheduled classes and learning about school expectations. Normal classes resumed Thursday.

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