COVID-19 information can be found through the Missoula City County Health Department

We are currently working a hybrid schedule, part-time in the office and part-time from home.  Most days there will be someone in the office from at least  8:45 am-3:45 pm Monday-Friday, possibly more.  During the times we are working from home, emails and voice mails received during the normal business hours will be responded to in a timely manner.  

The  hours the office will be open are variable and can change due to unforeseen circumstances, meeting schedules, etc. We will be as timely as possible in responding to any phone calls, emails, or other correspondence. 

The public can reach us through email at and for the quickest response; leave a message on our voicemail at 406-258-4860; or use our drop box located in the rear of the building to deposit teacher’s licenses and home school notifications.


The position of the County Superintendent of Schools is elected by the public for a four-year term. The officeholder is required to be a certified teacher with at least three years of teaching experience.

The County Superintendent has general supervision of the public schools of the County. This supervision includes financial concerns, transportation, tuition, centralized clerical and administrative functions prescribed by law. The Superintendent also provides general supervision of the home schools throughout the County.

The Superintendent has direct supervision over the three Class III schools in the County, assisting the trustees with budgeting and finance; recruitment; placement and supervision of teachers; curriculum development; teacher in-service training and other school matters.

The Class III schools are:

  • Sunset.
  • Swan Valley.
  • Woodman Elementary Schools.

General Services

In general, this office functions as the central source for information on education as well as a clearinghouse and distribution center of this information for all County residents.

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