Class Act

Class Act: CHS students learn about invasive mussel monitoring

HELENA - On Wednesday, Capital High School students had the opportunity to help protect Montana’s waterways from invasive species. 250 CHS Biology students participated in a citizen science zebra mussel monitoring project at Canyon Ferry...

Class Act: Indian Alliance offers free after school program

HELENA - The students living in the Captial City now have another option for after school. Starting Oct. 5, the Helena Indian Alliance will offer a free after-school program for all students, ages K-12. On Wednesday,...

Class Act: Hunter’s Education

HELENA - The next generation of hunters gathered at East Valley Middle School this week to begin their hunter's education course. Put on by Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the program is open to anyone 10...

Class Act: The Fabulous Firsts

HELENA - Starting Thursday, more than 600 of Helena's first graders will start the new school year off with a brand new book as part of an annual reading program. The Fabulous Firsts event put...

Class Act: Revamped Shodair Children’s Hospital garden aims to help heal

HELENA- Shodair Children's Hospital is hoping to tap the healing power of nature to help the children they treat. A newly renovated garden features different foods like squash, grapes and flowering plants like sunflowers. The...

Class Act: School Resource Officers

HELENA - The Helena Police Department has a number of new school resource officers in public schools this year. The school resource officer position is designed to be different than the patrol division. Like the patrol...

Class Act: Helena teacher hopes to add one more record to her collection

HELENA – On Saturday, Downtown Helena will be flooded with runners and spectators for the 44th annual Governor’s Cup. From Marysville to the Walking Wall runners of all ages will participate in various races. There are six...

Class Act: Bracelets for a cause

TOWNSEND - When 12-year-old Laredo Paschal of Townsend learned of the death of Broadwater County Sheriff’s Deputy Mason Moore, he knew he needed to do something. Like many people who heard the news, the homeschooled...

Class Act: Future grads walk the halls of former schools

HELENA - High school seniors are down to their final days before graduation. Before they walk across the stage to accept their diploma, some took a walk through the halls of their former schools. The high...

Class Act: CHS gets a bike unit for freshman P.E.

HELENA - Years of hard work have finally paid off for one Capital High School P.E. teacher. Reginald Hageman, CHS P.E. teacher has been helping his students get a handle on two-wheeled fun. For five years...

Class Act: Wear Orange Wednesday works to end childhood hunger

HELENA - Faculty and students from numerous schools in the Helena Valley wore orange to spread awareness of child hunger on Wednesday. The Montana No Kid Hungry program cites that one in five kids in...

Class Act: Indian Education conference unites ‘next generation of leaders’

HELENA – On Wednesday, 250 students and chaperones attended the Indian Education Youth Leadership Conference in Helena. The conference was hosted by Capital High, Helena High and PAL Native Student Leadership Groups in collaboration with...

Class Act: Spring Break Science Camp

HELENA - This week marks spring break for many Helena area public schools. For some students, school was still in session as they took part in Capital High's first Spring Break Science Camp. Capital High Senior Caleb Noble...

Class Act: high school students help elementary students write books

HELENA – High school students helped 2nd graders create their own books this week in Helena. Four Georgians students were given laminated copies of their books on Wednesday by the high school students who had...

Class Act: Original Tour Train gets a face lift preserving part of Helena history

HELENA - A group of Helena High School welding students worked on a rusty and worn iconic Helena archive to make it new again helping preserve a portion of Helena’s history. After working for three...

Class Act: student council elementary students give back to the community

HELENA - Four Georgians Elementary School added a student council to its school this past fall, giving kids the chance to learn more about some aspects of the government process. Four officers and nine class...

Class Act: Carroll’s anthrozoology program studies stress levels in shelter dogs

HELENA - Research shows that shelter dogs fostered even just for an evening can reduce the level of stress in the animals.  The Carroll College anthrozoology program continued that research thanks to a recent...

Class Act: Hunthausen Activity Center finally opens at Carroll

HELENA – After more than a year of construction, Carroll College Saints finally have their new Hunthausen Activity Center, a new athletic facility on campus. The activity center opened on Monday and already was flooded...

Class Act: The next generation of agriculturalists “Call on the Capitol”

HELENA - Wednesday young farmers and ranchers were guided around the Capitol complex and had a chance to meet with law makers and elected officials including the Montana’s Governor Steve Bullock. Students from UM Western...

Class Act: Elementary students build a better community

HELENA - Elementary school students in fourth and fifth grade participating in the PEAK Program in Helena came together the week of Jan. 9, to build a better community. These students have partnered with different organizations...

Class Act: Helena kids enjoying winter break on the slopes

(HELENA) Schools all across the Helena valley are participating in great divide ski resorts program for kids.  Children will be able to come up for a day to learn how to ski and snowboard. Jayden...

Capital High students collect food in “Hunger Games” competition

var _ndnq = _ndnq || ; _ndnq.push(); Students at Capital High School in Helena are collecting food for students in and families in need. "It really warms your heart, especially during the holiday season, where all...

Clancy Science Olympiad Team wins state finals; heads to Nationals

(CLANCY) A Montana Science Olympiad team is heading to the national championships. Clancy Middle School's team won the state tournament Tuesday, November 22, beating out 43 other teams. After months and months of practice, the 25 member...

Carroll College students apply classroom material to what could happen in next week’s election

var _ndnq = _ndnq || ; _ndnq.push(); (HELENA) Carroll College students are applying what they've learned in the classroom to what could happen in the general election next week. Students said that it surprises the two...

Helena High School football team will be trained in hands-only CPR

var _ndnq = _ndnq || ; _ndnq.push(); (HELENA) Helena High School football players will be trained in hands-only CPR after Reach air, an air medical transport service, gave the American Heart Association a $10,000 grant to...