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School Construction Update at Kalispell Chamber Luncheon constructionupdate

Superintendent Mark Flatau will update the public Tuesday at 11:30 at the Kalispell Chamber Luncheon. For more details and the latest renderings....

School is Cancelled

Due to an increase in bad weather through out today, Monday Feb. 6, School has been cancelled.

Free Trauma Informed Community Training Continues This Friday and Saturday

Free Trauma Training Offered to Community and to Staff 

Voters Pass Both School Bonds Rendering of FHS


   Ballots from the two school bond measures before voters have been counted and Kalispell Public Schools can move forward with both bond measures—high school and elementary district.

   “We are extremely grateful for the trust and support of our community. We will be diligent in the use of these dollars,” Superintendent Mark Flatau said.  

Welcome to Hedges School!

Our Mission: Learning For ALL...No Excuses, No Limits! 

Our vision is to foster and maintain contagiously positive, collaborative, and mission-focused relationships. Together, we guide, support, and encourage ALL students to reach high levels of learning and individualized success.

Contact us: 406-751-4090
Office Manager Email: masons@sd5.k12.mt.us
Principal Email: millern@sd5.k12.mt.us
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Exemplary Standards at Elementary Schools Recognized by the State

 Hedges Elementary and Russell Elementary received recognition for their commitment to exemplary standards, promoting positive school climate and safety.

Among AA Schools Kalispell District 5 Is In Top Tier

Results from Montana’s 2016 round of standardized testing put Kalispell Public Schools in the top spots for AA schools. 


KPS Staff Access to Gmail

KPS is currently migrating all district staff to Gmail.  Staff, if you have questions on how to access please Click Here for updated information.

School Board Approves South Elementary School and High School Bond Measures

Request Solves Chronic Overcrowding In Elementary Schools And Aging Facilities at High Schools. The public will vote on both bond measures on October 4th, 2016.