The mission of the Roundup Public Schools is to challenge and empower each student to maximize individual potential and become a competent, productive, responsible and caring citizen.

This mission will be supported through the wise use of resources to meet students' needs, regardless of interests and talents.  Students, families, educators and the community are committed to sharing the responsibility for creating a student-centered educational community that acknowledges learning as a life-long process.

Superintendent’s Message

The Roundup Public Schools along with Snowy Mountain Development applied for a grant to do a feasibility study for Central Elementary with the hope of finding a good use for the Sandstone building that would not require the use of taxpayer dollars.  The first phase of that study has been completed by Randy Hafer of High Plains Architects out of Billings.  It is important to understand that this is only phase one and nothing has truly been decided, but there have been many good ideas shared so far.  The feasibility study is available for review under important links on our school website at www.roundup.k12.mt.us, or Central School Feasibility Study.


The first quarter of the school year is moving quickly as mid-term has come and gone.  The end of first quarter for the 2016-17 school year is Friday, November 4.  Parent -teacher conferences will be on Monday, November 14, from 1:00 – 7:00 PM.  Please call the elementary school to set an appointment with your child’s teachers.  At the junior senior high school, appointments are not necessary.


The fall sports seasons are quickly approaching tournament and playoff time.  Senior night is Friday, October 14.  Next week will be the final regular-season matches for high school volleyball, the last conference football game, and state cross country will be in Kalispell on Saturday, October 23. 


The new serving kitchen at the junior senior high school has been very successful so far.  During the month of September, 1345 junior senior high school breakfasts were served compared to 224 breakfasts last school year.  Also, the total number of lunches served to just students was up 498 meals this September compared to last September. 

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