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March 2013

Dear Patrons, The month of February has now come and gone.  The winter months for the most part have been very kind.  Hopefully, the months of March and April will continue to bring nice weather. Our second Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Tuesday, March 19th and Tuesday, March 26th.  The times for conferences are from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.  There will be no school on Thursday, March 28th (Parent/Teacher Comp....

Notes From the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, Wow, the first month of 2013 has now come and gone.  The month of January has brought the start of our second semester and a few days of very cold weather and wind chills well below zero.  Fortunately, this type of temperature has only been a couple of days at a time. The second semester has brought changes to the security of our buildings.  These changes were outlined in both the Bottineau Courant and...

Notes From the Superintendent

In light of the recent tragedy in Connecticut before Christmas, the Bottineau Public School will be implementing some changes for student and staff safety.  The events in Connecticut and the recent school shooting exercise the school and community entities participated on November 27 has brought to light items we as a school need to change.  These changes will take place starting January 21 (start of second semester). ...

Notes from the Superintendent

It is hard to believe this is the last newsletter of 2012.  Where has the year gone?  For the most part, the weather has been seasonably nice.   Hopefully, the winter will be similar to last year. Last month, I had mentioned schedule reminders had been added to the right hand side of our website.  I hope you are finding this as useful as I do.   The district is currently working on listing a picture with a short...

November 2012

Dear Patrons, The month of October has now come to an end.  Fortunately at this time, the weather has not brought any snow.  Hopefully, this years winter will mirror last years.  I guess time will tell. Our fall testing will soon be coming to an end.  Grades 3-8 and 11 are currently taking the CTB test.   The CTB test is the state assessment used in determining a school’s and district’s Adequate Yearly Progress...