Dixon School


Dixon School is a Pre-K-8 district with 70 students.  The school implements a progressive educational program through consistent school improvement projects that emphasize a comprehensive literacy program.  Included on the campus is the Dixon Child Care Center which provides day care services for newborns to school age children.

The town of Dixon is located in the southwest corner of the
Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana.

Dixon School District #9 is an equal opportunity provider.

Dixon School District #9

Updated March 2013

Bookmobile Reminder

Please return ALL Bookmobile books to the drop box at the Dixon Senior Center or to the Bookmobile on Tuesday, May 7, 2013. 

Dates to Remember

Upcoming events

  • Tuesday, May 7
  • Bookmobile
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  • Saturday, May 11
  • Riverbank Run
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  • Monday, May 13 – Friday, May 17
  • ITBS Testing
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  • Wednesday, May 15 6:00 pm
  • Spring Concert
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  • Monday, May 20 – Wednesday, May 22
  • 5th-8th Grade Field Trip- Fort Peck
  • Share
  • Thursday, May 23
  • 1-4 Field Trip- Philipsburg
  • Share
  • Thursday, May 23
  • Kindergarten Field Trip-Missoula
  • Share
  • Monday, May 27
  • Memorial Day- NO SCHOOL
  • Share
  • Tuesday, May 28 7:00 pm
  • Graduation
  • Kindergarten and 8th Grade Graduation
  • Share
  • Wednesday, May 29
  • Picnic- Last Day of School!
  • National Bison Range : Moiese (MAP)
  • Potluck Picnic
    -The school will provide hamburgers and drinks
    -Please bring salad, side dishes and/or dessert to share
  • Share

Previous events

  • Friday, May 3
  • Noxon Track Meet
  • Thursday, May 2
  • YMCA Swimming Lessons
  • Tuesday, April 30
  • YMCA Swimming Lessons
  • Friday, April 26
  • Midterm
  • Friday, April 26
  • Hot Springs Track Meet

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Research Study

Crystal Redgrave, a Capella University doctoral student is conducting a research study within our school district. The study is entitled, “Indian Education: Causal Comparative Research of Oral Reading Fluency for Native American First Grade Students”. The study seeks to examine oral reading fluency and the factors that impact it. The study focusses on first grade oral reading fluency Curriculum Based Measures, (CMB). The study includes school districts in Montana, North Dakota, and Minnesota. Collectively, the results of this study will help schools serve Native American students in learning how to read. All theoretical and methodological materials for this study were prepared with the support of the dissertation writing service. Also, together with these specialists, we published a short abstract and review of Ms. Redgrave qualification work.

Ms. Redgrave has received Institutional Review Board approval. All data collected is from archived records from 2009/2010 through 2011/2012 school years. Our school district and schools will not be identified in the final dissertation. All student names have been numerically coded. There is no financial compensation for this study. All participants have the right to be informed.

If you have questions, concerns, or need further information. You may contact Ms. Crystal Redgrave
Ms. Redgrave is an enrolled member of the Fort Peck Assiniboine Nation. She has taught kindergarten, first and seventh grades. She has served as an administrator and director. Currently, she is working as a Curriculum Writer for a tribal school. Ms. Redgrave has served rural, on-reservation public and tribal schools for the past ten years. Cassandra Jenkins, Ph.D. is Ms. Redgrave’s mentor. Dr. Jenkins contact information