Missoula International School Community News

The Missoula International School (MIS) is a nonprofit, independent pre-k through 8th grade school founded in 1995, offering unique and challenging 21st century educational opportunities for students in the greater Missoula area. The school provides an inquiry based learning environment as the flagship Primary Years Program (PYP) International Baccalaureate (IB) World School in the Northwest and a full Spanish language immersion education.

So Many Firsts at the FIRST World Championship! by Dari Quirk

So Many Firsts at the FIRST World Championship! by Dari Quirk What an amazing experience!  MT Recycles’ trip to the FIRST World Championship to participate in the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) World Festival was simply incredible!  The team spent an event-filled week in St. Louis, Missouri, competing with 105 FLL […] Read more »

FIRST LEGO League News:Pea Green Boat interview, Governor Bullock’s visit, FIRST LEGO League Day in Montana, and FLL World Festival support

MIS’s 2015/16 FIRST LEGO League team, MT Recycles, has been super busy preparing for the upcoming trip to St. Louis to participate in the FLL World Festival, April 27 – 30, 2016.  The team is so honored to be representing MIS and Montana at this international festival celebrating the FLL […] Read more »

Congratulations to MT Recycles – MIS’ FLL Team – 2016 Montana State FLL Champions

Missoula International School’s FIRST Lego League (FLL) team participated in the Montana State FLL tournament on Saturday, February 6, 2016, on the campus of Montana State University in Bozeman.  Sixty-two teams competed at the event, where all of the teams participated in all three parts of FLL: the Robot Game, […] Read more »

MIS FLL Team to Develop Legislation Regarding eWaste in Landfills

Today, the MIS FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) team continued researching their 2015/2016 theme topic, “Trash Trek.”  They will travel to Bozeman, MT on February 5th to take part in the state tournament. The team spoke with Missoula, MT House District Representative Willis Curdy about what it would require to pass […] Read more »