We headed over to Paxson Elementary School where the kindergarten class is learning some very valuable lessons in a unique way.
Arts & Education
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.
Missoula County band teacher Randy Zschaechner has earned the right to be called one of the best in the business.
A lot of hours and hard work was spent getting ready for this day, but for many of the kids, they wouldn’t have it any other way.
The fifth grade class has been performing Lewis and Clark the Musical with music teacher Kristin Schekner using the arts integration model with the students.
Educators at Chief Charlo Elementary School are using drama to teach life lessons to students.
There are some wonderful sounds coming from this year’s Missoula Choir Festival Group.
Principal Sandy Webster saying that programs like these can have great learning benefits for the kids.
The Missoula Youth Symphony is made up of 80 high school students from across the Garden City.
The fantastic sounds come courtesy of the CS Porter Portamentos an all-boys choir made up with some of the best singers at the school.