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  • December 11th: Kindergarten through 3rd grade will do their Holiday Program Performance

    • 12:30 P.M.        Kindergarten
    • 1:10   P.M.        1st grade
    • 1:50   P.M.        2nd grade
    • 2:30   P.M.        3rd grade

    December 12th : 4th through 6th grade will do their Holiday Program Performance, including instrumental

    • 12:00 P.M.       4th grade
    • 12:45 P.M.        5th grade (strings, band, choir)
    • 2:00   P.M.       6th grade (strings, band, choir)


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Principal's Message

  • Dear Parent/Guardian:

    We value your role in working to help your child achieve academic success. The following is an outline of some of the ways you and school staff can build and maintain a partnership to share the responsibility for supporting your child’s learning.

    School’s Responsibility:

    • Provide students high-quality curriculum, learning materials and instruction.
    • Provide you with assistance to understand:
      • academic achievement standards and assessments, and
      • how to monitor your child’s progress, including how to use PowerSchool.
    • Provide opportunities for ongoing communication between you and your child’s teachers through, at a minimum:
      • annual parent-teacher conferences,
      • frequent reports regarding your child’s progress, and
      • opportunities to talk with staff, volunteer in class, and observe classroom activities.
    • Contact information, best contact method (email/text/phone) for school staff and a return communication within 24 hours or by next work-day.

    Parent/Family Responsibility:

    • Encourage your child to attend school regularly and on time.
    • Encourage your child to show positive school behavior.
    • Review your child’s homework.
    • Monitor screen time and encourage positive use of your child’s extracurricular time.
    • Volunteer in your child’s school and/or classroom if time or schedule allows.
    • Attend parent-teacher conferences and participate, when appropriate, in decisions relating to the education of your child.
    • Call the teacher or principal when you have concerns or notice something that needs to be addressed or celebrated.


    Please review this School-Parent Compact with your child. This document may be discussed during a parent-teacher conference.

    Thank you for your support and involvement with your child’s education. Please contact the person listed below for more information.

    Name: Nicole Heintzelman                       Telephone number:  406-268-7015

    Title: Principal                                           Email Address: nicole_heintzelman@gfps.k12.mt.us

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