Montana high school hires Juneau educator, administrator

    Jim Thompson

    Bozeman, Montana (KINY) - A Montana school district has hired a long-time middle school principal in Juneau.

    The Bozeman, Montana school board voted unanimously this week to hire Floyd Dryden Middle School administrator Jim Thompson as vice-principal of Bozeman High School.

    Thompson has been principal for six years at Floyd Dryden.

    According to the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, he was raised in nearby Pocatello, earning a degree in history and teaching certificate from Idaho State University and a master’s degree from the University of Idaho.

    Thompson also worked in an Idaho school district from 2003 to 2014 as a teacher, assistant principal, and special education administrator.

    His contract with Juneau schools runs through mid-June.

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