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What Is a Rotary Club?

With a global mission to address issues such as peace, health and education, Rotary members strive to make a difference as they tackle projects and work to make the world a better place.

Overview of Rotary Club

Rotary Club is a worldwide network with over a million members who are committed to working together toward a wide array of solutions. Rotary includes more than 35,000 clubs around the world, and its members are dedicated to helping others solve problems, promote peace, support education and help local communities prosper.

The structure of Rotary is threefold. It includes the clubs around the world as well as Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation. Rotary International is the coordinating entity that supports the clubs and organizes programs and initiatives. The Rotary Foundation is the means by which Rotary uses donations to touch lives and make a difference.

Rotary Club History

The first Rotary Club was founded in 1905 by Paul Harris. The idea was to bring professionals together to form friendships, share ideas and give back to local communities. The name of the club originated as meetings rotated from office to office of the founding members.

Although Rotary has evolved significantly since its inception, the original premise of the club has not changed. Members continue to devote their time and energy to helping those who need assistance. The Rotary Foundation shares that it has spent three billion dollars on projects around the world, and the vision continues as members remain committed to serving those in need.

Reasons for Joining a Rotary Club

The reasons for joining a Rotary Club are many, and members often have more than one objective when they join Rotary. Developing friendships is one reason for joining Rotary, and this purpose was one of the main reasons Paul Harris began the club. Members also derive professional benefits as they network with other professionals in Rotary. Rotarians receive ongoing leadership training and development, and they have many opportunities for learning as they attend weekly meetings. Rotary meetings and activities are not only educational, they are also entertaining and enjoyable.

Becoming a Member of a Local Rotary Club

If you want to become a Rotarian, you’ll need an invitation. Click the “join” link on the Rotary website to start the process. You’ll proceed through a series of questions to fit you into a club that matches your goals and interests. Once you’re linked to a club, your interest will be relayed to the club, which will then reach out to you so you can move forward with membership.

Your Responsibilities as a Rotarian

With membership, you’ll be expected to pay club dues, attend meetings and special events and use your skills and time in service to others. Service clubs are also available for youth and young professionals who want to make a difference.


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Summer School organized within the Bridging Digital Divide in Serbia for the Most Vulnerable Children project

The Summer School is organized within the Bridging Digital Divide in Serbia for the Most Vulnerable Children project, which is jointly implemented in 30 schools by the European Union, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, and UNICEF.

Vlasotince, Serbia, September 2022  - “Thanks to the Summer School I spent more time with my friends and became more confident. Last year, I was a student at the Summer School. And this year the teachers thought that I could also be a peer mentor and help my friends to improve [their grades] in computer science and maths,” thirteen-year-old Ljubica, a seventh-grade student at the 8 October Primary School, says proudly.

“The Summer School helped us ease our students into the new school year. During various workshops we went over almost all the subjects from last year and helped them refresh their knowledge. We didn’t have a single workshop in one place. We worked in the chemistry classroom, mathematics classroom, in the kitchen. We also had a couple of workshops outside, at the local park. We also had a class in nature, we worked on programming. We brought out projectors, laptops, tablets, and we brought together nature and computer science,” explains Djordje Pejcic, mathematics teacher.

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At the Summer School, which is organized near the end of the summer break, there are no usual classes. To keep students motivated to learn and attend regularly, teachers organize interesting workshops and students use computers and tablets. They realized that it’s easier for children to communicate with their friends and teachers through such group work. 

At the Summer School, children are also preparing for the final exam and enrolling into secondary school. With the help of her teachers and peers, Andjela also managed to enrol in the first school on her wish list. Her mom is proud of the success she has managed to achieve thanks to the Summer School.

“At the Summer School she changed her habits, it just gave her something to aim for, to push on as a Roma child, to push on with her head held high, and she enrolled in the Secondary School of Medicine. I’m grateful primarily to the teachers and the principal. She had a lot of workshops and subjects, and told me they learned a lot by having fun,” says Milica Ilic, Andjela’s mom.  

Within the Bridging Digital Divide in Serbia for the Most Vulnerable Children project, Homework Clubs and Digital Technology Libraries were established for children who don’t have a computer or need additional learning support. One of the attendees this year is twelve-year-old Viktor who needs help starting the seventh grade.  

“I started coming to the Homework Club a week ago to improve my maths and Serbian language knowledge. We use the tablet to do tests. We spend time with our friends,” says Viktor.

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He and other students can sign out tablet computers during the school year to use to study in regular classes or at home .

“The Homework Club is an innovative form of work in our school. It’s intended for all students in our school, but the focus is on students from marginalized groups who need these types of classes, as well as learning and support the most. The focus is on remedial classes. However, there are also numerous workshops, preparation for final exams, training for digital competencies and tests,” explains Dragana Radosavljevic, Homework Club coordinator. 

The Club is open all year. Students can apply on their own, or they can be nominated by teachers based on their grades.

"We keep records of the success of our students. At the start of the school year, we look at the grades from all subjects, we keep track of them quarterly to see if the grades have improved or deteriorated. If they deteriorate, the work with these students at the Homework Club is intensified,” says the teacher Djordje. Both he and his colleague Dragana agree that the students like this way of working.

“The children are coming to the Homework Club because the classes are very creative. They tell their friends about it, and then we get a large number of interested students who want to join the Homework Club and get this kind of support and classes,” explains Dragana.  

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The 8 October Primary School is currently attended by 734 students in 32 classes. Around 15 per cent of students are children from vulnerable social categories who need digital and psychosocial support during their education. 

“This is a very good project because it focuses on children from vulnerable groups. This pandemic has also taught us a lot and it’s good that we’re participating in this project to remove those barriers, to bridge that gap, to give every child an equal chance to get an education,” says Svetlana Kocic, the school principal. She also recalls how difficult it was at the start of the pandemic to help every child who did not have digital equipment to attend remote classes. That gap was overcome with inclusion in this project.

“There is no student in this school who doesn’t have access to a laptop, tablet or PC now,” says Svetlana and adds that both students and teachers benefit from digitalization. 

“The rollout of digitalization is at a really high level for all students, regardless of which category they belong to and how technologically equipped they are at home. Peer learning has also been raised to a higher level. The children were each other’s trainers, teachers, helpers, they exchanged and shared their knowledge and experiences. Teachers attended digital trainings. We took on projects about inclusion and the use of digitalization in classes,” explains Svetlana, and emphasizes that the provision of psychosocial support at the Summer School and the Homework Club is essential for children’s inclusion and success at school.

“It’s clear that they’re all equal, that they’re all the same, that everyone is provided with the same and equal opportunity. That’s what boosts their motivation for further learning and staying in the education system,” explains the principal.

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The Bridging Digital Divide in Serbia for the Most Vulnerable Children project will complete in 2023. The ultimate goal is to make the education system more resilient to emergencies such as the one caused by the pandemic, and to make sure it can respond to the demands of students who need additional education support.

Written by Ivana Miljković

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What is the kidsLINK Afterschool Program? 

We offer working families before and after school programming for their children that is as safe as possible for students, staff, and families. The program provides a safe, caring environment that allows for nutritious snacks, outdoor play, quiet time and homework assistance, and various enrichment programs.  The kidsLINK Afterschool staff is trained in various curricula, social-emotional learning, conflict resolution, health, well-being, academic enrichment, and STEM/STEAM. We strive to support students in multiple ways, encouraging them to find their spark in learning and expression. Programs take place on the school grounds directly after school until 5:45 pm. kidsLINK Afterschool is available in all elementary schools in Bozeman. In Belgrade, kidsLINK Afterschool is available at Story Creek Elementary, Saddle Peak Elementary, and Belgrade Middle School. We will keep you updated if that changes. The Ridge View Elementary Afterschool program is being run by the YMCA, please refer to their website for more information.

The cost of the program is $12 a day. If you have multiple children enrolled in the kidsLINK program the cost is $10 dollars a day per child. We charge an annual registration fee of $35 for one student or $50 per family for Bozeman families or $25 for one student and $40 per family for Belgrade families. Each month you will receive an invoice based off of the previous months attendance. If this is at all a hardship please look into applying for a Scholarship.

With the Covid 19 pandemic easing in the Gallatin Valley, we look forward to returning to regular school hours with afterschool programming in the GGUW kidsLINK Afterschool Program. Factors affecting ease of re-opening include staffing, enrolling enough families to run the program, and any possible adjustments due to the pandemic and space limitations.  

We use an attendance and billing system called Procare.  If you are already a kidsLINK family, and you have a Procare account, visit your Parent Portal to re-register your child(ren) for the fall. If you have any trouble accessing your account, let us know.

Don't hesitate to get in touch with us in the meantime to learn more about the value of the kidsLINK afterschool program.   

Bozeman Programs:

New families may open a Procare Account here:  New Family Open a Bozeman kidsLINK Procare Account . 

Belgrade Programs:

New families may open a Procare Account here:  New Family Open a Belgrade kidsLINK Procare Account . 

Once you open an account, we will send you a confirmation letter with the next steps to enroll your child(ren). 

Scholarship Information

To work toward our goal of NO child being home alone after school, we offer full and partial scholarships to help families who could use extra support.  Complete the form linked below   to apply for a scholarship.  Our team will review the application and get back to you with any questions we might have.  If you have questions, please reach out to us by phone or email.

We want to thank First Security Bank  and the Yellowstone Club Community Foundation  for supporting afterschool scholarships for working families.  If you would like to join in supporting the scholarship fund, please click here .  Watch this video to learn more about the program.

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There are opening for Program Coordinators, Support Staff and Roaming Substitute Staff.  Click here for more information.

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We're here to support families.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unique challenges for Montana's families working to balance professional responsibilities, child care, and changes to schooling.

We recognize the uncertainty families have about options for school-age children as we move into a new school year.

The ECCC (Early Childhood Community Council) and Southwest Montana COAD (Community Organizations Active in Disasters) are partnered to support families in Gallatin, Park, Lewis & Clark, Broadwater, Jefferson, Meagher, and Madison counties. 

Together, they've created a website to connect families to programs who are offering out-of-school care options, and to provide local resources to ensure that the children in our region have a safe and healthy environment to learn and grow.

Click here to view the Out of School MT website .  

Greater Gallatin Childcare Providers

Do you have spots available in your program for school-aged children? Please fill out this form! With your permission, we will list your program information on our site to be advertised to local families. There is no cost to have your information on the website and you can update your program information at any time by resubmitting this form. Thank you for participating and working collectively to offer options to our community!

Employment Opportunities in Childcare

Follow this link  to find current employment opportunities in childcare.

Greater Gallatin United Way Staff:  

kidsLINK Program Director:  Ben Frentsos-   [email protected]        Phone Number: (406) 206-5271 

kidsLINK Operations Director:  Amy Revious- [email protected]       Phone Number: (406) 206-6971 

Bozeman Schools: 

Emily Dickinson Elementary School Coordinator:   TBA                                                                                Phone Number: (406) xxx-xxxx 

Hawthorne Elementary School Coordinator:   Joseph Barrett -   [email protected]                            Phone Number: (406) 206-9539 

Hyalite Elementary School Coordinator:   Jonathon Rudd - [email protected]                                    Phone Number: (406) 545-2586 

Irving Elementary School Coordinator:   Kaylee Grote -     [email protected]                                         Phone Number: (406) 206-9547 

                                                                                                         Longfellow Elementary School Coordinator:  Annika Odt - [email protected]                            (406) 545-2053/ Pick up (406) 451-5896             

Meadowlark Elementary School Coordinator:  LeAnne Grote -   [email protected]                                Phone Number: (406) 534-0682

Morning Star Elementary School Coordinator:  Baylee and Gabrielle - [email protected]                    Phone Number: (406) 206-6107

Whittier Star Elementary School Coordinator:   Elizabeth Kennedy -    [email protected]               Phone Number: (406) 206-6436

Belgrade Schools: 

Saddle Peak Elementary School Coordinator:  Danitta Bell  - [email protected]                            Phone Number: (406) 578-0059 

Story Creek Elementary School Coordinator:  Crystal Davis - [email protected]                        Phone Number: (406) 587-2194

Belgrade Middle School Coordinator:   Kim Hohenstein -                       Phone Number: (406) 539-1755 

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Homework Club Procedure

At Optimus, we strive to be the best by having a different homework system compared to other after-school programs. There are three main goals we try to reach: they are to help students complete their assignments before their parents pick them up, carefully look over their homework and have them fix the correct problems, and have the students excel in school. We also do our best to help students who are struggling, but yet have them improve throughout the year.  

We have a stamp system which ensures the parent that the teacher reviewed their child’s homework and it’s completed. There are days where a student may or may not complete their homework at school, but it’s the teacher’s responsibility to always ask the student to see their homework and check it again instead of taking the child’s word in the moment. When a student does not have any stamp their homework that means the teacher did not look at their homework at all. When a student receives one stamp that means the teacher looked over their homework, but there are mistakes the student needs to correct. When a student receives two stamps that means the student completed their homework and their work does not have any mistakes. There are times a student may not understand why their answer is incorrect, but again, it’s the teacher’s responsibility to explain to them as thoroughly as possible for them to understand the concept and to not give them direct answers. 

As most parents would ask, “what does my child do after they complete their homework?” At Optimus, we make sure the students are always engaged with academic materials. There are two options: 1) to read a book and take a test online (e-learning) independently or 2) to work on math problems. When a child takes a test online, there is evidence that he or she reads the book and comprehends what he or she reads. The online test consists of two parts, which are multiple choice questions and vocabulary questions. For the online test, it is expected from each student to score 70% or higher for each section and if the student does not meet this percentage, they are responsible to reread the book and aim for this percentage the next time they take the quiz. As for the math problems, it’s similar to the e-learning system, but for math. Each student is different so depending on the grade, they can practice on what they know or improve on a certain concept they need more help on. The students are expected to get a grade of 70% or higher, but for whatever reason if the student does not reach the goal, the teacher will give additional worksheet to help the student to improve on what they are particularly struggling on. When the students are working on additional worksheets, the teacher should keep their work in the folder so they can show the student’s parents if the parents asks what their child's been working on at Optimus. 

At the end of each day, the teachers are responsible to fill out online if the student completed, did not complete, or did not receive any homework. We also have grade check up system, which shows the Homework Club teacher the student’s academic progress throughout the school year. It is expected from each student to receive a grade of 70% or higher. When a child does not reach a certain goal, it’s the teacher’s responsibility to make note of it with an explanation and may recommend the student for private tutoring. If a student does not provide any grades for one or two week(s), the assistant director needs to know about this subject matter as soon as possible. There will also be a grade sheet inside each student’s folder to keep track of their grades as well and it is the teacher’s responsibility to have the grades recorded as soon as the students gives their grades to the teacher.


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