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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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St. Andrews Health Center Fill the Milk Jug

Posted by on Oct 14, 2016 in Central School, Middle School | 0 comments

St. Andrews Health Center recently did a “Fill the Milk Jug” fundraiser.  The goal of this event was to earn money to contribute towards students receiving milk during snack time.  Because of their generous donation, families who might not otherwise be able to purchase milk for their students will now receive assistance in that area.  Bottineau Public School would like to send out a big Thank You! to St. Andrews Health Center for their...

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Principal’s Podcast

Posted by on Oct 14, 2016 in Joel Bickford | 0 comments

An eight minute podcast from our secondary principal Joel Bickford regarding Standard Base Learning. podcast

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Drug, Tobacco & Alcohol Presentation 10/5 @ 7pm

Posted by on Sep 29, 2016 in Administration, Central School, Drug & Alcohol, High School, Middle School | 0 comments

The district will have a presentation on Wednesday, October 5th for the 7-12 students during the day and parent/patrons during the evening. The topics include fentanyl, adderall, heroine, pain pills, methamphetamine and other drugs being seen across the state of North Dakota. The speakers include Dan Heibreder, parole officer, Don Olson, an addiction counselor, BCI/Sheriff’s Department, and Rob Sanderson, parole officer here in Bottineau. The evening session will begin at 7:00 pm in the James Holwell Auditorium. The presenters are requesting...

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Notes from the Superintendent

Posted by on Sep 29, 2016 in Notes from the Superintendent | 0 comments

Dear Patrons, School is off and running. We have completed the first month of school and things are going well. The State Assessment Test for grades 3-8 and 11 in math and reading will be taken in the spring of 2017. This test is used in determining a school districts Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). Grades 4,8, and 11 are required to take a science portion. The science test is taken during the October 17th to November 4th testing window. I would also like to remind everyone to take advantage of PowerSchool. This feature allows you to check...

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