"Forward Thinking, High Achieving" defines Missoula County Public Schools. We believe that every student can achieve and graduate, regardless of circumstances or abilities.

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Annual Report 2013-2014
 
 
 
MCPS Annual Report 2013-1014
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5 Year Strategic Plan
 
 
THE PLAN for SCHOOL YEARS 2014/15 TO 2018/19
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  Graduation
 
MCPS leads Montana in graduation rate
Missoula County Public Schools are proud to continue the tradition of leading the state with the highest graduation rate for AA Districts in the state - this year it is with our 5-year cohort graduation rate of 89.5%. In addition, we are proud to continue to lead the state with the lowest dropout rate of any AA school district at 2.6%.  View the full report.
 
 
 

 
 
  
 
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Smart Schools

Help us make important facility decisions that impact security, technology and our educational environment.

Smart Schools 2020
Final Recommendations
April 2015


 

Announcements

  • My Student In Need

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  • Outdoor Air Quality
    MCPS is watching the air quality in Missoula carefully. Athletic Directors will work with coaches to determine practice and game schedules and Principals will determine recess and outdoor class activities in accordance with MCPS air quality protocols. Please stay in touch with your school and coach for updates.
     
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  • Welcome Back
    Start of school dates for Missoula County Public Schools.
    • August 24 Grade 9 only (Seeley-Swan High School)
    • August 25 Grades 10-12 (Seeley-Swan High School)
    • August 26 Grade 9 only (Big Sky, Hellgate, Sentinel)
    • August 26 Grade 9-12 (Willard)
    • August 26 Grades K-8 (Elementary and Middle Schools)
    • August 27 Grades 10-12 (Big Sky, Hellgate, Sentinel) 
    • September 2 Preschool Students (Jefferson)
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  • NeImmunization Requirements w Immunization Requirements
    State law for required immunizations has changed and will be effective October 1, 2015.  Click here to learn more.
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    MCPS Fine Arts
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