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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Thirteen FFA members and Advisor Whitney Hansen attended the District 3 Leadership Conference in Rugby, on September 29. District Leadership is an opportunity for students to showcase skills in various contests to earn their trip to State Convention held in Fargo in June, or the State Parliamentary Procedure contest held in Bismarck in October. In individual events, Jayden Handeland received silver ribbon in the Creed contest for his efforts. Evan Nelson took home a bronze for his Demonstration on Flocking Decoys. Madison Reimche earned silver...read more
We are very pleased to announce a new online subscription for this school year to Tumblebooks! This subscription offers more reading options to your child. The Tumblebook Library collection has nearly 1000 titles and is perfect for public libraries and elementary schools, with content most appropriate for those in grades K-6. It includes animated talking picture books, chapter books, videos, non-fiction titles, playlists, books in languages other than English such as French and Spanish, graphic novels and math stories. Please check it out!...read more
The Book Fair is coming to Central School soon! When: Monday, October 26 8:00 a.m – 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 27 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. (Open during Parent Teacher Conferences) Where: Central School Gym What if I can’t make it? There is an online website available for ordering. If you are interested, go to the following website: scholastic.com/fair and search by School Name or Zip Code. This usually opens up a week before the Book Fair. The books will be delivered to your student’s classroom. *Proceeds from the Book...read more
Supplemental educational services (SES) are additional instruction programs designed to increase the academic achievement of students in schools that have not met Adequately Yearly Progress (AYP) for three or more years. These services include help in academic subjects such as reading, language arts, and mathematics, provided free-of-charge to eligible students. These services are provided outside of the regular school day – before or after school, on weekends, or in the summer. They may be offered through public or private sector...read more