PAWS (Parents and Wildcat Supports)

Contact Information


President: Denise Hartel

Incoming President 23/24: Katie Rowse

Incoming Vice President 23/24: Nicole Vanica

Treasurer: Doug Burleson

Incoming Treasurer 23/24: Andrew Rowse

Incoming Secretary 23/24: Tara Hayaska

Incoming Communications Coordinator 23/24: Mariya Waldenburg

Monforton Classroom Parent Lead: Tiffany Cok

Family Relations Lead: Lauren Lyons

Teacher Appreciation Lead: Melissa Kuchynka

Special Occasion Lead: Erica Burfiend


  • Superintendant Candidates

    Meet and Greet with the Community, Parents, and Students – 4:45 PMSpecial Meeting for Formal Interviews, Community Feedback and Board Discussion – 6:15 PMMiddle School Gym415 Circle F. Trail Thanks to PAWS for creating these treat baskets to welcome the two candidates to our school on Monday!

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  • More Teacher Appreciation Week!

    In addition to our MCP created gift baskets for the teachers, PAWS tried to make each day of Teacher Appreciation week special. Here is the list of each day’s activities that were done to help make our teachers/staff/admin feel extra appreciated last week. Monday May 1st – Friday 5th Sunday April 30th  – Chalk the […]

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week!

    This week we honored out teachers/staff/admin in so many different ways! One of the ways we helped spoil our teachers was to have the Monforton Classroom Parents (MCP) make gift baskets for each of their teachers. Monforton Classroom Parents is a PAWS program that asks for parent volunteers to help teachers with volunteer opportunities in […]

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  • Blue Ribbon Assembly

    Monforton Blue Ribbon 2022 Assembly Graphic

    Monforton was recently recognized as one of the few 2022 “Blue Ribbon” schools in the US and the only school in Montana. “The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and high schools based on their overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups. Every year […]

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