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  • School Closings/Delays:

    The Glasgow School District continues to be closed from March 24, 2020 until April 10, 2020.  This decision came from the Governor of Montana. All spring sports continue to be cancelled during this time as well. 

  • Alert:

    MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

     

    Eastern Montana Community Mental Health Center want everyone to know that they are available for any mental health or substance abuse issues an individual may be dealing with.  Our phone number is 228-9349 and it is answered 24-hours a day.

    The Montana WARMLINE @ 877-688-3377 from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Monday – Friday and 12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. on Saturday & Sunday.  The WARMLINE is a free, confidential service staffed by individuals with experience who understand the behavioral health needs of individuals.  This service provides early crisis intervention. This is NOT a crisis line – responders will refer people who are in crisis to appropriate services.  The WARMLINE was designed by Mental Health America of Montana to offer mental health support. It provides a friendly and understanding person for those who just need someone to talk to.  It is NOT online therapy.

    The Montana Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) is also available.  The Lifeline provides 24/7, free, and confidential support for people in distress.

    The Montana Crisis TEXT Line, which can be accessed by texting “MT” to 741741, is available as well.  When a person texts the TEXT Line, a counselor responds within minutes and is available for any behavioral health crisis.

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Principal Message

 

Dear Parents and Students,

Our School is a vibrant community of learners working in a collaborative atmosphere to provide growth opportunities for all of our learners every day. This collaborative model, made up of staff, students, and parents, has developed an academic program that assures that every child learns. The academic programs and building culture at Irle School embody the educational direction set forth in the Glasgow Public School Vision statement. The Irle School staff and curriculum develop the basic skills of learning, challenge our students to excellence, foster an opportunity for creative expression, promote both independent and interdependent learning, and engender support from parents and the community, Irle School students are empowered to make choices that will lead them to be lifelong learners and enjoy lives filled with dignity, respect, happiness and opportunity. The Irle School staff meets regularly in cross grade level, cross discipline teams to discuss building issues, to collect data, and to analyze data in order to drive instruction. In these inquiry-based teams, teachers review student work and share effective instructional practices. Each grade level meets on a regular basis to review, units, and coordinate approaches to grade level issues. Through these grade level teams we have developed programs to meet the needs of all students. We are proud of the warm and caring learning community that is Irle School and of the outstanding individuals - staff, students, parents, community - that make it a wonderful place to experience the love of learning. We encourage you to visit us and witness the excitement of learning for yourself. We extend an invitation to you so that you may discover how to become part of our community of learners.

 

Sincerely,

Rachel Erickson

Irle School Principal

Student Registration

Please mail completed forms to Irle School, PO Box 28, Glasgow, MT 59230 or email completed forms to erickson@mail.glasgow.k12.mt.us 

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2020
April

S.T.E.M. ~~ (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)

Mrs. Swenson will be the STEM teacher this year. 

Irle School PTO
Counselor Corner

Welcome to the Counselor's Corner!

Hello Irle students and parents!  I'm Mrs. Gunderson, the school counselor.  I am so lucky to get to work with such an amazing group of kids!  As a school counselor, I perform many roles in order to promote positive child development.

     *Individual Counseling

     *Small Group Counseling

     *Classroom guidance lessons

     *Participate in intervention meetings such as IEPs, 504's, and Student Assistance Teams

     *Serve on the leadership team for MTSS

     *Organize and administer building testing

     *Provide consultation to parents, teachers, administrators, social workers, and students

     *Respond to school crises or emergency situations

     *Direct parents and students to helpful community resources and information on a variety of issues

Please let me know how I can assist your child by contacting me directly or filling out a referral form in the Irle School office.  

email:  gunderson@mail.glasgow.k12.mt.us

phone:  228-2419