Bottineau Public Schools
The mission of Bottineau Public Schools is to provide students opportunities to develop their potential intellectually, socially and physically as they prepare to meet the challenges of a diverse global society.
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There will be a public meeting on July 15th @ central school. There will be tours of the central facility starting at 5:30pm. The meeting will take place at 7:00pm. Afterwards there will again be tours available. Bottineau PTO will be providing daycare to parents that may need it.read more
AS A CONTINUANCE TO LAST WEEK’S ARTICLE, I HAVE INCLUDED ANOTHER SET OF QUESTIONS. MY INTENTION WITH THE ARTICLE IS TO ANSWER SOME FAQ AND KEEPING YOU AS THE PUBLIC INFORMED. THIS WILL ENABLE YOU AS A VOTER COMING TO THE POLLS ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 12 TO HAVE THE INFORMATION NECESSARY TO CAST YOUR BALLOT. WHEN, WHERE AND WHAT TIME WILL THE POLLS BE OPEN? THE ELECTION WILL TAKE PLACE IN FRONT OF THE HOLWELL AUDITORIUM ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 12 FROM 7:00 AM TO 7:00 PM. WILL THE PROCESS TO VOTE TAKES AS LONG AT THIS ELECTION? NO, THE PROCESS SHOULD...read more
IN LAST WEEK’S COLUMN, THERE WAS AN ARTICLE INFORMING PATRONS OF THE PUBLIC FORUM ON THE BOND ELECTION SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, JUNE 23. THIS PROJECT INCLUDES ADDING ADDITIONAL CLASSROOMS AND A MULIPURPOSE ROOM TO THE SOUTH SIDE OF OUR FACILITY. THE SOUTH WING WILL HOUSE THE PK-6 STUDENTS. THE CURRENT MIDDLE SCHOOL ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE BUILDING WILL HOUSE OUR 7-12 CLASSROOMS. THERE WILL BE A COMMONS AREA ADDED FOR THE STUDENTS. AN ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE WILL BE ADDED TO THE SOUTH AND NORTH END OF THE BUILDING. THESE TWO AREAS WILL BE...read more
These results are unofficial until the results are canvassed at the June 16th, 2014 board meeting. On June 10, 2014, the Bottineau School held an election to elect 3 members of the school board. There were (two) three-year positions open and (1) two-year position open. Listed are the results from the election: There were 71 votes cast. For the 3 year position: Adam Frykman (incumbent) received 69 votes Paul Olson (incumbent) received 64 votes Mitch Schmidt 2 votes Adam Frykman and Paul Olson were declared the winners for...read more