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Potomac School

Welcome to all of our students


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Last week, Potomac School was treated to an awesome performance of Goof, Gaffes, Flubs & Fumbles-  an adaptation of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors by actors from Montana Shakespeare in the Parks! Students also participated in story, laguage, and acting workshops. It was a hilariously good time!! This was funded through our annual Bike-A-Thon!

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STAFF Spotlight

Each week we will spotlight our incredible Potomac Staff-

This week we will highlight Sarah Duello!!!

This is Sarah’s fifth year working at Potomac School as a personal care attendant in the special education department. 

Mrs. Duello is a travel hockey mom in the winter. Her daughter, Anna (her favorite child), is looking forward to participating in figure skating. She loves hiking, camping and time on the river. 

Ms. Sarah’s favorite author is Edward Abby.

When asked what makes Potomac special, Sarah said, ”I love the community.”


We love BLT day!!!

BLT at Potomac

February BLT!!

Big Little Time is a monthly activity where students spend time reading together and building relationships!


Champagne Sunday treated Potomac students to some energetic glam folk music on Monday! They sure had us up and moving to the music! 

National History Day

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Regional Placers: 

  • Gatsby Individual Paper 1st Junior Division 

  • Maci Individual Exhibit 1st Junior Division 

  • Zenn, Logan, Silas, Anna, Elisa Group Website 2nd Junior Division 

  • Ivy, Aroura, Molly, Brianna Group Performance 1st Junior Division 

  • Cooper, Jacob, Cason Group Performance 2nd Junior Division 

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1st-5th Grade
2024 Spelling Bee Winners

Missoula Children's Theater


The MCT performance of Jack and the Beanstalk was a success!! Students had a great week of workshops, practices, and LOTS of excitement! Thank you to our 51 actors, MCT crew, pianist Mike Fink, hosts Bastian Family, and community for their support for this FABULOUS annual event!


Thank You MEC!!!

Missoula Electric Cooperative's Bright Future Fund program recently awarded a $1,500 grant to Potomac Elementary School and $1,500 grant to Potomac 7-8 School! 

We appreciate MEC's continued support of local schools and students!

is BACK!!!

(Place Based Learning Academy)

The Friday dates are as follows:

  • January 26

  • February 23

  • March 1

  • April 12

  • May 10

    Potomac School’s PBLA program will be available five Fridays this spring starting in January. 

   Parents will be required to register their students two weeks in advance of the program dates by contacting the program coordinator, Sarah Duello at

   Parents will need to pay $10 per day for each child attending. Payment will be expected at the time of registration.  Checks can be made payable to Potomac School District. The program will also be open to school-aged home school students who reside in the Potomac School District boundaries. Parents are responsible for providing lunches and snacks for each Friday.  The programs will start at 8:00 am and end at 4:00 pm each of the scheduled Fridays. Parents must pick up their students at 4:00 pm.


We are now accepting forms for people who are interested in the trustee position that will be open during the May election.  Details are as follows:
  • 1 school board trustee
  • 3 year term
  • Deadline to turn in Declaration of Intent form is March 28th, directly to Tina Vezina
  • Paperwork is available in the office

Trustee Position Available



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Students must have a current sports physical to participate in athletics for the 2023-2024 school year. 



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