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ONE CLASS AT A TIME

Montana's News Station and Montana Tech have formed a partnership to show our commitment to education by offering a weekly grant program called "One Class at a Time." If you know of a class or school program that could use some extra help, please log in, fill out the application and help us help Montana kids "One Class at a Time."

What is "One Class at a Time?"
"One Class at a Time" is a joint effort between Montana's News Station and Montana Tech to help fulfill needs of area schools. The KXLF program serves Southwest Montana area schools.

Each week during the school year, a representative from Montana Tech and a KXLF reporter will visit the selected classroom to receive that week's grant. The teacher and class are presented a check for $250 to assist the class in attaining their goals. The winning class is then featured during the Monday 5:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.

What kind of projects are considered for "One Class at a Time" grants?
There are so many different type of projects submitted! Some examples: digital video recorder for a dance class; hardcover journals for students; parts for an auto mechanics class; crafts supplies to build scale models; and science kits to supplement textbooks.

Who can apply for a "One Class at a Time" grant?
Teachers, parents, students or anyone who is aware of a special project that would enhance the educational objectives in a classroom can apply from Aug. 1 through April 1. This program is currently available to schools located in the KXLF Butte, KBZK Bozeman, Q2 Billings, KRTV Great Falls and KXLH Helena viewing areas. If you are unsure if your school is located in an area serviced by one of these TV stations, please contact Veronica Selway at veronica@kxlf.com or 406/496-8400.

How can I apply for the grant?
Applicants can apply by clicking this link to the Montana Tech/One Class at a Time application. you may submit either the application online or print and mail the form and any attachments to:
KXLF
One Class at a Time
1003 S. Montana St.
Butte, MT 59701

How often can I apply?
There is no limit to the number of projects or times you can apply. The applications are considered for the entire 2016-2017 academic school year.

Who determines which class will receive the award?
The awards are chosen by a committee that meets monthly. The committee members include employees of Montana's News Station and Montana Tech, as well as area educators.

How many applications do you receive?
We received more than 100 applications during the past school year. Each year we receive applications for worthy projects that we may not be able to fund due to time constraints. Please re-apply if your special project was not chosen in the past. Our goal is to enhance our area students' educational experience "One Class at a Time."

For more information, please contact:
KXLF
Veronica Selway
Sales & Marketing Coordinator

veronica@kxlf.com

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