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HIRING: School Counselor (.5 FTE)

Gallatin Gateway School is hiring a .5 FTE School Counselor for 2018-2019.   Montana School Counselor K-12 certification required. Preference will be given to applicants who also possess a K-8 teaching license or other Montana teacher certification. Complete district application posted HEREClosing Date: April 16, 2018 @ 3:30pm.

PowerSchool Parent Log-In

Parents may view grades, assignments, lunch balances, and attendance online.

2018-2019 School Calendars Available!

School Calendars are available for 2018-2019.

Public Notice: Asbestos-Containing Materials

Please direct all inquiries regarding the GGS Asbestos Management Plan to Travis Anderson at 406-763-4415 or by email at anderson@gallatingatewayschool.com.

Gateway to Reading-Story and Music Time

Please join Miss Jaeger and Mrs. Krob and start your child on the path to a lifetime of enjoyment and education!

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Strategic Planning Survey Results for 2018

Click HERE for the results of the 2018 Strategic Planning Survey!

You can help your child succeed in math at GGS!!

What can you do to be sure your child is ready for the next level of math?

  • Teachers grades K-8 send home IXL homework and information.
  • Go to www.ixl.com
  • Enter your child’s username and password (provided by your child’s math teacher in your report card)
  • Practice for at least 20 minutes every day of the week fo [More]


    Please Remember to Notify the School Your child attends, if she/he has an unexpected absence due to illness or emergency. The parent must call the school he/she attends before [More]

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    The 8 Conditions that Make a Difference

    When students have high aspirations, they have the ability to dream and set goals for the future while being inspired in the present to reach those dreams.

    Whether the goal is to learn trigonometry or a trade, get good grades, or go to college/university, students want to be successful. Too often, however, students don’t reach their goals and fullest potential because the conditions that inspire and [More]


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