Community Partner in Education Award

The Community Partner in Education Award is presented to a private citizen outside of the professional educational organization who is always there to support education and youth through his/her involvement in activities or projects that truly impact the schools and communities.  The recipient is announced and recognized at the Montana Principals Conference.  


Nominations are now open! The nomination form is due Friday, December 14, 2018.  Please click COMMUNITY PARTNER IN EDUCATION FORM to nominate now!

2018 Community Partner in Education - Tom Price of Eureka

Tom Price has been a lifetime supporter of our school as well as a graduate in 1944.  He still attends every home sporting event as he has for many years. Tom is not a wealthy man, but gave the school $10,000 dollars to give students for scholarships. He has been a member of our Unite for Youth group for several years. This group is responsible for providing kids healthy alternatives to drinking/drugs etc.

Tom has been the spark that has started two different large sign projects in our town. We now have a fancy electronic reader board when you pull up in front of the high school, and we'll soon have some nice signs signifying our State Championships that we've recently won on both ends of town.

MASSP and the members of School Administrators of Montana (SAM) appreciate community partners in education across Montana and congratulate Mr. Tom Price on receiving this award.