It’s almost as if Montana Office of Public Instruction Superintendent Elsie Arntzen was channeling the fictional character ‘Cool Hand Luke’ who coined the phrase ‘What we have here is failure to communicate’.
Montana’s Superintendent of the Office of Public Instruction, Elsie Arntzen, says she is tired of being bypassed by outgoing Governor Steve Bullock on a matter as important as his guidance on opening the state’s public schools.
Montana’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, Elsie Arntzen was on the KGVO Talk Back program on Tuesday and said Governor Steve Bullock was using the issue of Montana schools and the COVID 19 pandemic for his own political purposes.
Superintendent Arntzen talked about the importance of showing support for the men and women in law enforcement. She also reiterated her support for school resource officers serving in public schools. "SRO's are genuine people. They're men and women in uniform and they represent safety…
Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen has provided guidance for students, teachers and parents as they prepare for the upcoming school year, whether students will be in class or returning to remote learning.
Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Elsie Arntzen, released preliminary numbers of how much funding that Montana’s K-12 public schools will receive from the federal CARES Act stimulus bill that was passed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Evelyn Pyburn with The Big Sky Business Journal and I were chatting about this earlier in the week. It really sounds like a win-win. High school students here in Montana can get college credits while still in high school, and they save time and money down the road.