Quality School Grant Construction Project


School construction is getting ready to get underway this Spring. The project is made possible by the Quality School Grant that Superintendent Bob Lewandowski made application for in behalf of the district. Lewandowski first made application for the Quality Schools Planning Grant that provided the foundation for assessment and planning needed to successfully win the Quality Schools Project Grant. Total grant appropriations total $590,000.



Please take time to complete the Calendar Survey for 2014-2015. 

The district is utilizing several collectors for input: Facebook, the District Website, emails and  direct mailing to each student's household. Maximize your voice and participate in this survey.


Click Here to Take the 2014-2015 Calendar Survey



Welcome to the St. Ignatius Schools public website, serving the needs of students, parents, and staff of St. Ignatius School District #28, St. Ignatius Montana.

Continuing a long-standing legacy of educational excellence, St Ignatius Public Schools serves the community of St Ignatius Montana: a rural school district that strives for rigorous academic standards and achievement, and family-friendly community values.

The intent of our website is to provide parents, students, staff, and community members with a wide variety of up-to-date and useful information about our school district's programs, news, numbers, standards, and accomplishments.

THANK YOU CORNERSTONE PIZZA!


Special thanks from all of the kids here at Mission Schools to Cornerstone Pizza and their "Pizza Making Crew." Lynn Lapka and Craig Waldron presented a check for $3,404.00 in pizza sales along with $338.26 in donations to me on March 21, 2014 following a long day of hard work raising money for Mission Possible Playground. That is a lot of Pizza! 

I can't begin to express how much it means to our kids. The people at the Cornerstone Faith Center really made a difference.

Thank you for raising $3,742.26 for our playground equipment initiative. Even more important, thank you for mobilizing our community for our kids!

Lynn Lapka and Craig Waldron presenting a check from Cornerstone Pizza





The Five Essentials Elements: Learning for All Students, Whatever it Takes

Focus on Learning

Collaborative Culture

Clearly Define What Every Student Needs to Learn

Constantly Measure our Effectiveness

Systematically Respond When Students Don’t Learn












Please take time to explore our website and to get to know us. Most importantly, be involved in the education of your child, and partner with us to provide a quality education for all St Ignatius students.