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Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, It is hard to believe that the first quarter of school is already half over, time never seemed to go this fast when I was younger! Hopefully some of you have been in the school and looked at some of the changes that I talked about in the September Newsletter, if not, I encourage you to stop by. The District is in the process of renovating the current Building Trades building, keep an eye open as you drive by, I...

Pop Tabs

The Central and Middle School students are collecting pop tabs to donate to the Shriners Hospital where they use the money from the tabs to purchase wheelchairs for kids.  Please feel free to help us fill our jars by sending them with a student or dropping them off at the school. Thank you! Download (PDF, 144KB)

Scholarship List 8/5/17

Scholarship List Updated Sept 5, 2017 Horatio Alger Association Scholarship – · To be eligible for National and State Scholarships, you must be enrolled full time as a high school senior with plans to enter college no later than the fall – Exhibit a strong commitment top ursue and complete a bachelor’s degree (may start at a 2 year institution) – demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or lower...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, Hopefully everyone has had a fun filled summer and everything is going well. With August comes the time of year for schools to be starting throughout North Dakota and hopefully everyone is ready for the new year to begin. As usual the schools are busy all summer getting renovation, remodeling and basic cleaning needs completed so that the school is ready when our students return. Our custodians have been...

Unofficial 6/13 Election Results

These are the unofficial results of the June 13th Bottineau Public School Board Election.  These results will be unofficial until they are canvassed at the June 19th School Board Meeting. On June 13th 2017, the Bottineau School held an election to select two members to the Bottineau School Board for three year terms.  There were 457 votes cast. After receiving the highest votes Stuart Coleman and Matthew Johnson are...