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Cut Bank High School


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Cut Bank Middle School


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Golden Triangle Newspapers

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Kyle Hannah, Angie DeZort, Andrea McDivitt and Lisa Billman will all graduate later this spring in hopes of landing teaching jobs in Montana or rural communities.Lisa Billman is the only student teacher who is not a graduate of Cut Bank High School,but she married one this summer.She and her husband, Jeff, have purchased a home in Cut Bank.He operates Billman's Home Décor and she is completing her studies at Montana State University-Bozeman.A 2001 graduate of Whitefish High School, Billman is student teaching in Cut Bank Middle School under English teachers Susanne Whelchel and Carmen Lunak."Lisa is well-organized, knowledgeable and, from what I can remember, light-years ahead of where I was as a student teacher 27 years ago," said Whelchel.Lunak spoke highly of Billman, describing her as "energetic.According to Lisa, she and Jeff chose to make Cut Bank their home because they believe it is an area "full of opportunity for both our careers.I chose the Cut Bank Schools to do my student teaching in because they are part of the community I hope to call my permanent home now.It is an excellent opportunity for me to become acquainted with the staff, students and curriculum," she added.


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