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Adult Education

Fall 2018 Course Offerings
Please register by filling out the form to the right. Please make checks payable to Monforton School, and bring it with you on the first day.

Prepare for Ski Season - FREE!

Let’s get your body ready for ski season!  

Who: People who are excited for ski season, winter sports, or just staying active as the days get shorter.

What: Ski Conditioning Progression led by the physical therapists from the Lone Peak team in Four Corners

Where: Lone Peak Physical Therapy, 29 Pioneer Way . Bozeman, MT 59718

When: Wednesday nights 6:00-6:45 PM 11/7, 11/14, 11/28, 12/5. We’ll skip the week of Thanksgiving and have you feeling great for the projected opening day at Bridger Bowl.

Why: To prepare for a safe ski season. Not only to avoid potential injury, but to improve your mobility, balance, agility, and strength to power through your turns.

Healthier By Design - $100

Do something for yourself this holiday season and get a jump start on the new year!  Join Sarah Baumgartner, certified health coach and exercise physiologist at Simply Balanced Wellness for a motivational and results-oriented 4-week customizable wellness program.

Week 1 - Goal Setting/Dimensions of Wellness

Week 2 - Sleep and Stress

Week 3 - Physical Activity

Week 4 - Nutrition Simplified

$100 for 4 - 1-hour group sessions  

Thursdays, 6 - 7 pm (11/29, 12/6, 12/13, 12/20)

Includes:  goal tracker, recipes, toning exercises

Walk With Ease - FREE

Monforton School District is collaborating with the Gallatin City-County Health Department to offer “Walk with Ease” (Self-Directed) to anyone interested in moving more.  Walk with Ease SD, a low-impact walking program, is perfect for individuals struggling with arthritis or other chronic health conditions. Participants receive a FREE workbook, weekly guidance, and motivational tools. The program begins January 7th, 2019 and continues for 6 weeks.  

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Montana: Living Life Well - Free

Montana: Living Life Well is a Chronic Disease Self-Management course created by Stanford University to help anyone living or caring for someone with a chronic condition.  If you are tired of feeling dull, depressed, or hopeless — the “Living Life Well” program can help you get your drive, energy and life back. 

Learn life changing skills in six short classes.  A minimum of 10 participants is needed for the class.  For information about upcoming courses, contact Jen MacFarlane at the Gallatin City-County Health Department: (406) 582-3189 or

Monforton School Adult & Community Education Registration Form