In our final Arts and Education report for this school year, we learned how the Missoula school is integrating education with movement.
Arts & Education
We headed over to Paxson Elementary School to get a look at their unique ways of learning a second language.
The sciences are being learned — but not in the usual way in one kindergarten class at Missoula’s Franklin Elementary School.
The Southgate Mall is playing host to the 2019 Missoula County Public School Art Show until May 19.
Some third grade students at Hawthorne Elementary School are learning math in some very unique ways.
A second grade science class at Rattlesnake Elementary School is integrating dance and science together while teaching students about ecosystems and photosynthesis.
Drum Brothers members Tracey and Matthew have been teaching West African percussion and dance through drums to first grade students at Rattlesnake Elementary School.
Meadow Hill Middle School students are working with the Roxy Film Academy to create a documentary on the overall history and life of Missoula.
We headed over to Paxson Elementary School where the kindergarten class is learning some very valuable lessons in a unique way.
Students at Jeannette Rankin Elementary School in Missoula have been learning that laughter really is the best medicine.
Some young Lewis and Clark Elementary School students are stepping out of their comfort zones and into the spotlight.
The “Dust up At the Symphony Corral” is a thrilling musical western put on by the Missoula Symphony in an effort to get young kids interested in classical music.
The Missoula Youth Orchestra was chosen to perform at the National Association for Music Education Conference in Portland Oregon.
The 2019 High School AA Orchestra Festival which consists of around 150 students from Missoula and Great Falls.
The bleachers were recently packed by people watching a special program written entirely by the students of Jeannette Rankin in dedication of the new school.