Grass Range is a town in Fergus County, Montana, United States. The population was 110 in both the 2010 census and 2020 census .July, August and June are the most pleasant months in Grass Range, while December and January are the least comfortable months.
Grass Range grew up in the middle of some of the finest open grassland used by the early cattle operations and was named for this range grass. Grass Range is east of Lewistown in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains. A short drive will take you to the headwaters of Fort Peck Reservoir and the picturesque Missouri Breaks.
Overview of Grass Range School
Grass Range School is a public school located in Grass Range, MT, which is in a remote rural setting. The student population of Grass Range School is 44 and the school serves PK-6. At Grass Range School, 50% of students scored at or above the proficient level for math, and 70% scored at or above that level for reading .The school’s minority student enrollment is 5%. The student-teacher ratio is 8:1, which is the same as that of the district .The student population is made up of 39% female students and 61% male students. There are 5 equivalent full-time teachers and 0 full-time school counselors.
Test Scores at Grass Range School
At Grass Range School, 50% of students scored at or above the proficient level for math, and 70% scored at or above that level for reading .Compared with the district, the school did worse in math and worse in reading, according to this metric. In Grass Range Elem, 72% of students tested at or above the proficient level for reading, and 62% tested at or above that level for math . Grass Range School did better in math and better in reading in this metric compared with students across the state. In Montana, 49% of students tested at or above the proficient level for reading, and 40% tested at or above that level for math.
In 2019, Grass Range, MT had a population of 120 people with a median age of 59.6 and a median household income of $43,750. Between 2018 and 2019 the population of Grass Range, MT declined from 126 to 120, a −4.76% decrease and its median household income grew from $42,250 to $43,750, a 3.55% increase.
The 5 largest ethnic groups in Grass Range, MT are White (Non-Hispanic) (95%), Other (Hispanic) (2.5%), Two+ (Hispanic) (2.5%), White (Hispanic) (0%), and Black or African American (Non-Hispanic) (0%). 0% of the households in Grass Range, MT speak a non-English language at home as their primary language.
100% of the residents in Grass Range, MT are U.S. citizens.
In 2019, the median property value in Grass Range, MT was $47,200, and the homeownership rate was 74.6%. Most people in Grass Range, MT drove alone to work, and the average commute time was 10.7 minutes. The average car ownership in Grass Range, MT was 2 cars per household .
Grass Range, MT is home to a population of 120 people, from which 100% are citizens. As of 2019, 0.833% of Grass Range, MT residents were born outside of the country (1 people).
In 2019, there were 38 times more White (Non-Hispanic) residents (114 people) in Grass Range, MT than any other race or ethnicity. There were 3 Other (Hispanic) and 3 Two+ (Hispanic) residents, the second and third most common ethnic groups .
How to use the Grass Range Traffic Map
Traffic flow lines: Red lines = Heavy traffic flow, Yellow/Orange lines = Medium flow and Green = normal traffic or no traffic*. Black lines or No traffic flow lines could indicate a closed road, but in most cases it means that either there is not enough vehicle flow to register or traffic isn’t monitored. Also, If you do not see traffic flow, you can zoom in closer to reveal localized data. If you are unable to pan the map, press here (to focus off of the map) and try again .
When did grass first appear?
about 55 million years ago
Although grasses are dominant in habitats across the world today, they weren’t thought to exist until some ten million years after the age of dinosaurs had ended. Dinosaurs ruled between 275 and 65 million years ago, but the earliest verified grass fossils are from about 55 million years ago .
John M . Vrooman and Butte Tipton, two men with long newspaper careers, established the Grass Range Review in 1913. Unusually, the Grass Range Review remained on good terms with its fellow Fergus County newspapers, especially The Fergus County Argus, perhaps because John Vrooman was one of the founders of the Argus back in 1886. When Vrooman and his sons bought out Tipton in 1915, he would go on to found newspapers in Baker, Gilt Edge , Glentana and Jordan. In 1929 John Vrooman died leaving his sons Randall, known as Bing, and John E., known as Jack, to take over the Grass Range Review. In 1942, they moved to Washington State, and the newspaper closed forever.
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