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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The Speech Team received 3rd place overall at the Regional tournament yesterday in Velva. The following students placed individually. Connor McWhinney-3rd Entertain, 4th Storytelling Anaka Grenier-6th Serious, Bailey Schmidt-8th Serious, Nolan Pewe-5th Humorous Andrew Haberman-8th Humorous, Impromptu Nikoli Schoenborn-1st Storytelling Hannah Reimche-3rd Extemp Madison Reimche-5th Extemp Laura Ellen-1st Persuade Cody Monson-2nd Inform Madison Klebe-5th Dramatic and Poetry Therese Haberman-8th Poetry Nolan Pewe and Hannah Reimche-3rd Humorous...read more
Dear Patrons, I hope this letter finds everyone enjoying the weather. The temperature for the most part has been very nice. Hopefully, this trend will continue throughout April and May. The school district will be having one last early out on Thursday, April 2nd. The school district is offering a half day professional development for our teachers. Central School students will be dismissed at 12:30 PM. The buses will leave Middle School at 12:45 PM for their routes. There will be no school on Friday, April 3 (Good Friday) and Monday, April 6th....read more
“The Chippewa” newspaper has won first place at the State Journalism Contest. We are officially ranked the “Best Overall Newspaper” in Division II (which means we have less than 750 students) in the state. We achieved this by taking first in 3 of the 4 judging categories, including: Writing and Editing, Graphic Presentation, and Business Operations. Individually, the staff won another 23 awards, including: First place awards for Erin Severson, Emmalie Munson (2), Laura EllenBrandjord, and Ashleigh Jerde (2); Second...read more
FBLA students represented Bottineau High School very well during their recent State Leadership Conference in Fargo. There were ten students who attended and competed in several events. Seven of those students placed in the top ten in the state! Here are the results: Stephanie Brenden – 10th Word Processing Stephanie Brenden & Sophie Peck – 4th Desktop Publishing Ashleigh Jerde – 7th Digital Design Alexis Kihle – 5th Electronic Career Portfolio Anjali Kumar – 5th Business Procedures Christine Wall – 6th...read more