Middle School

  • becky imberi holding mentor in the spotlight certificate

    April Mentor in the Spotlight: Becky Imberi

    CAP Mentor at Chief Joseph Middle School CAP Match for Three Years What her student says: She’s very kind. Becky’s the best CAP pal ever. It’s very fun being with her! What her CAP Coordinator says: Becky, it is such a pleasure working with you! You always come in with such a great attitude, and…

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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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    February Mentor in the Spotlight: Jenny Sheets

    CAP Mentor at Sacajawea Middle School CAP match for: 3 years   What CAP Coordinators say: Jenny, congratulations on being our January mentor in the spotlight!  I so enjoy catching up with you and your CAP student each Monday.  You are so sweet and patient.  Each time I check in, you have a big project…

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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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    Bozeman Parent University – Raising a Motivated Child

    November 15, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Join Thrive’s Parent Liasons for an informational lunch-time workshop packed with tools and techniques to enhance your child’s motivation, whether in school, homework, chores, or activities. All parents with children K-8 will benefit from this presentation. This is part of the Bozeman Parent University lunch-time parenting workshops. Located in the Willson Library.

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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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  • 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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  • Parenting the Love and Logic Way®- Chief Joseph Middle School

    February 4 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Registration for this course is now closed. Thank you for your interest! Please contact our Thrive office at (406) 587-3840 if you have any questions. This two-session intensive Parenting the Love and Logic Way® course is developed by the Love and Logic Institute, Inc., will help you find specific answers and strategies for some of those difficult moments in parenting. These simple techniques will…

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  • Thriving 6th graders- Sacajawea Middle School

    August 23, 2016 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

    Your SMS Parent Liaisons have partnered with the school to offer you this course which offers tips and strategies for helping your child find success during this transitional time in their school career. Learn tips for partnering with the school to help your child succeed: Develop ideas for a positive home learning environment. Meet and…

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  • Thriving 6th graders- Chief Joseph Middle School

    August 29, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Your CJ Parent Liaison has partnered with the school to offer you this course which offers tips and strategies for helping your child find success during this transitional time in their school career. Learn tips for partnering with the school to help your child succeed:  Develop ideas for a positive home learning environment. …

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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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  • Make this Thanksgiving Memorable with Stories

    BECKY HODGSON, PARENT LIAISON HAWTHORNE AND LONGFELLOW ELEMENTARIES While we share a meal this Thanksgiving, why not consider sharing some family stories with our children? Many of us can look back on our childhood with fond memories of the colorful stories our parents or grandparents told us. Those stories not only shed light on who our elders…

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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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