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Our Vision

Working Together to Provide Foundations for Individual Success!

Our Mission


R -Relationships
E -Excellence in Education
S -Service to Others
P -Perseverance
E -Ethics
C -Community
T -Teamwork

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Human Resources

Who We Are Looking For

Benefit Package

Contact

Dennis Gerke, Superintendent -- dgerke@plevna.k12.mt.us

Jill Hildebrand, Business Manager -- jhildebrand@plevna.k12.mt.us

PO Box 158

Plevna, MT 59344

1-406-772-5666

2024-2025 Positions Open

Teaching Positions

  • Elementary Education

  • K-12 Special Education

  • K-12 Physical Education

  • 7-12 Vo-Ag/Shop

Classified Positions

  • Assistant Cook

  • Bus Driver

  • Paraprofessional

    Extra-Curricular Positions

FFA Advisor

Head Coach:

  • Volleyball - JH

  • Football - JH

  • Basketball - JH Girls

  • Basketball - JH Boys

Assistant Coach:

  • Football - HS

  • Football - JH

  • Basketball - JH Boys

  • Basketball - JH Girls

  • Basketball - HS Boys

  • Basketball - HS Girls

  • Full Family Health Insurance Offered

  • Optional Dental Insurance Available

  • District Paid $3000 HSA Annually (prorated for seasonal classified staff)

  • District Paid Life Insurance Offered

In addition to the above, our Certified Staff are offered:

  • Competitive salary and benefits package comparable to schools of similar size in Montana.

  • Low-rent school housing available

  • $1000 sign-on bonus

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Living in Plevna and Fallon County, Montana

About Us

Plevna, Fallon County, Montana is located 13 miles from Baker and 70 miles from Miles City, along Highway 12. Our small town of Plevna began in 1909, originally a railroad town along the Milwaukee Road, a transcontinental rail line, known as the Pacific Extension.

Plevna, which loosely translates to “Town of Many Churches,” is a rural community that provides a home to approximately 180 people.  Railroad beginnings have given way to primarily an agricultural farming and ranching way of life for many residents.

With the development of the Anticline in the Bakken Boom, the oil and gas industry is now a huge influx into life in Plevna.  The Town of Plevna’s cost of living average sits at 25.3% lower than that of the average in the United States.

Things to do in or near Fallon County

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  • Plevna Schools is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit.

  • We want to have the best qualified people in every job. Plevna Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or any other legally protected characteristic in its programs, activities, or employment opportunities.