High School

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    Big Sky GFAC Connection Evening

    March 30 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    Join Thrive’s Big Sky Girls for a Change team for a night of connection. This is a free event for girls in grades 9-12 and women in the Big Sky Area. It will be hosted at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center. Come along for an evening of connection and inspiration, and to find out…

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    Movie Showing of SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in The Digital Age

    April 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm

    Details about this SCREENAGERS showing @ Willson Auditorium, Bozeman: Doors open at 6:30 PM. Bring the whole family along to a free viewing of SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in The Digital Age.  SCREENAGERS is the first feature documentary to explore the impact of screen technology on kids and to offer parents solutions that work. There will…

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    March Mentor in the Spotlight: Mike Davis

    CAP Mentor at Bozeman High School CAP Match for: 5 years What his student says: My CAP Mentor is one of the best mentors you can get. He always shows up whenever he can. He does a great job of helping me with my homework and if he doesn’t know how to do something, he…

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    Thrive talks mentoring and parenting tips with Rob Watson

    Written by Anna Redbond, Thrive’s Communications Coordinator. January is National Mentoring Month. In honor of the celebration, Thrive interviewed Bozeman School District Superintendent, Rob Watson, to discuss mentoring, role models and his one piece of golden parenting advice. Was there anyone who was a mentor or role model for you growing up? My parents were…

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  • Embrace Your Story: Teen Summit Challenges Girls to Embrace Their Future

    Embrace Your Story Teen Summit Challenges Girls to Explore their Future By Molly Cech, Former GFAC Core Committee Member A participant and presenter collaborate on a piece of jewelry during a 2014 GFAC Workshop. Each year the conference draws hundreds of girls from across the West to participate in a day of fun, learning, and personal development.…

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  • Thriving Institute: Adolescents

    October 26, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

    Join us for this free one hour class designed to give you the strategies you need to work with your child during this dynamic stage in their development. We’ll bring in experts on teen development topics to give you the cutting-edge information you need to help your child succeed.

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  • He Named Me Malala Film Viewing

    October 18, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Join us as we present He Named Me Malala at the Willson Auditorium, October 18th at 6:00 pm. Each year, our Girls for a Change (GFAC) Committee selects two issues they are passionate about in order to spread awareness and donate their time to affect change. This year our girls chose: increasing girls access to education globally, and preventing violence against…

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  • 2016 GFAC Summit: Embrace Your Story

    November 12, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Join us for the 2016 Girls for a Change Summit. This year’s theme is Embrace Your Story Join hundreds of Montana teens for this incredible day of learning and opportunity Featuring 40+ workshops (cooking, activism, writing, dance, and so. much. more.)  and two keynote speakers. 2016 Keynote Speakers are teen blogger Daisy Gumin and poet/Native…

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  • CAP Success Story: Jim & James

    I want you to take a moment and picture being James. James is nine years old, and he is in third grade.  He is like many children his age: let’s say his favorite book is James and Giant Peach, his favorite food is macaroni and cheese, and he has recently decided that he wants to…

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  • 2016 GFAC Summit – Bozeman, MT

    The Girls for a Change Summit Jump to Registration Countdown to #gfacSUMMIT2016 Day Hour Minute Second Join the movement Join hundreds of other Montana teens for a full-day immersive experience that’s sure to blow your mind and broaden your horizons.  Register for the Summit Now! Embrace Your Story: 2016 Girls for a Change Summit Saturday,…

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  • The Core Committee

    The GFAC Core Committee Confident girls today, strong women tomorrow. The GFAC Core Committee helps girls develop the leadership and civic engagement skills they need to be successful. Apply to be on the Core Committee What is the Core Committee? The GFAC Core Committee is a group of Gallatin Valley girls in grades 8-12 who…

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  • For Parents

    For Parents Support for kids when they need it most. The CAP program connects school-age children with individual mentors who work one-on-one to help them succeed. Contact the CAP Program What is the CAP Program? The Child Advancement Project (CAP) matches community volunteers in the Bozeman and Big Sky Public Schools with children in grades…

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    Parenting the Love and Logic Way®- Bozeman High School

    January 12 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    |Recurring Event (See all)
    Thursday evenings for 5 weeks

    Registration is now full for this event. Thank you so much for your interest in Parenting with Love and Logic for Bozeman High school. We still have spots available for classes being held at Chief Joseph Middle school. Parenting the Love and Logic Way®is a five-week course, developed by the Love and Logic Institute, Inc., will help you find…

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  • Thriving Transitions

    Thriving Transitions Practical advice for positive transitions Join families to learn more about the transition into Kindergarten, sixth or ninth grade. Now available at all Bozeman and Big Sky public schools. Sign Up for Our Newsletter What are Thriving Transitions? Thriving Transitions are free workshops put on by Thrive, in collaboration with Bozeman Schools for parents and…

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  • Thriving 9th Graders

    October 13, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Join Parent Liaison Katie Travis, and Freshman Counselors Laura Jantzen and Lynn Sellegren, for an interactive seminar to learn skills to support your student’s success over the next four years, connect with other freshman parents, and problem-solve common issues that arise during the teenage years. Free.  Join Us at: Bozeman High School, Berg Library. Register…

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  • Parent Liaison

    Parent Liaison Building a bridge between the home and school. Connect with a Parent Liaison today! What is a Parent Liaison? Parent Liaisons (PLs) are professionals who work in the schools and facilitate parenting classes, connect parents to community resources and support parent-teacher collaboration. Did you know? There is now a Parent Liaison in every school…

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  • Child Advancement Project (CAP)

    The Child Advancement Project One hour a week. Transformative impact. Become a CAP Mentor! Become a CAP mentor In just one hour a week, as a Child Advancement Project (CAP) mentor you can help a child believe in themselves. Join our community of over 600 students and professionals invested in local children. Become a CAP mentor…

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    CAP Success Story: Ann & Willem

    For most of his life, Willem VanderWende has spent one hour each week with Ann Knick. Now a junior at Bozeman High School, VanderWende’s first memory is of the two playing board games together. Knick first remembers VanderWende as a quiet kid that she followed around on the playground while he checked out the four square court…

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