Home | News | Montana | Students gather to promote safe schools

Students gather to promote safe schools

Font size: Decrease font Enlarge font

Students from 28 schools across Montana gathered today to participate in the Superintendent's Student Advisory Board.

The Spring Summit at Spring Meadow Lake focused on creating safe and respectful schools.  The student board was created by Superintendent Denise Juneau three years ago in order to get student feedback on the way Montana schools are run.

“We try to make sure that we are geographically represented, that school size is represented, that we have gender balance, so a lot of thought goes into who gets to sit on the student advisory board.”

Juneau is now looking for students to fill the advisory board for next year.  Students are usually nominated by teachers, counselors and community members.

Story by Luba Solonenko, Beartooth NBC.
Copyright ©2013 Beartooth Communications Company. All Rights Reserved




Subscribe to comments feed Comments (0 posted)

total: | displaying:

Post your comment

  • Bold
  • Italic
  • Underline
  • Quote

Please enter the code you see in the image:


  • Email to a friend Email to a friend
  • Print version Print version
  • Plain text Plain text

Tagged as:

student advisory board, Superintendent Denise Juneau, Spring Summit, creating safe and respectful schools, student feedback

Rate this article

Powered by Vivvo CMS v4.6