Story Creek Elementary is ready to open its doors and get this school year underway! It is always exciting to be at a new school with new technology advancements, fresh paint, and everything looking clean and crisp!

Story Creek Elementary was built last year with the help of a 48 million dollar bond issue to replace the Heck-Quaw Elementary school. With the number of students in Belgrade increasing, the larger updated school was a must, not only for students but for staff as well! The construction started in March of 2020 and was completed in time for opening the 2021-2022 school year.

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The high-end look of the school is brilliant. From the structure on the outside to the convenient layout on the inside, Story Creek Elementary is up to par in this modern world we live in.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony is an event that has been on the minds of all the school members and also the community! Excited for this new school, many teachers are looking forward to decorating their classrooms and getting the school year rolling!

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The Ribbon Cutting Event will take place from 530 to 730pm Tonight August 17th! Tours of the brand new school will be held after the ribbon cutting!
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When: August 17th
Where: 807 Bolinger Road, Belgrade, MT
Time: 530-730pm

We look forward to seeing you there tonight to celebrate Story Creek Elementary! 

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