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Notes from the Superintendent

The month of February has now come and gone. The weather for the month was like a yoyo. It seemed the weather would be nice for a day or two and then turn terribly cold. Hopefully, March will bring nicer temperatures and no precipitation. Our second Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Tuesday, March 17th and Tuesday, March 24th. The times for conferences are from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. There will be no school on Friday,...

Early Out 2/13/15

The Bottineau Public School will have an early out on Friday, February 13. Buses will leave central school at 12:30 PM. Buses will leave middle school for their routes at 12:45 PM. The staff will be using the afternoon for professional development. There will be NO SCHOOL on Monday, February 16 (President’s Day). School will resume on Tuesday February 17. Have a safe and enjoyable long weekend! -Jason Kersten

Notes from the Superintendent

Notes from the Superintendent The first month of 2015 is now in the books. It is hard to believe how fast the time is going by. Before we know it the birds will be singing and spring will be here. The month of January did bring the first cancellation of school. School was not in session on Thursday, January 8th. The district will need to make this day up. This day will be made up on May 29th. This will still leave Monday,...

Notes from the Superintendent

It is hard to believe 2014 has come to an end. The month of December brought unseasonably nice temperatures. Hopefully, 2015 will bring the same type of weather. I will again be using Alert Now to contact you on any school closing or early outs due to the weather. Please make sure to update your profiles or call the school with any changes to your phone number. I will continue to run any closing or early out on KBTO Radio,...

Notes from the Superintendent

Where did 2014 go? It is hard to believe this will be the last newsletter of 2014. As I write this letter, a cold spell is now behind us and the temperatures are beginning to rise. Hopefully, we can stay away from the snow table of the areas surrounding Buffalo, New York. As the weather begins to get colder, I am encouraging you to make sure your children are dressed properly when getting on the bus or driving to school....

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, The month of October has now come and gone. The weather for the most part, has been very good. I hope the nice fall weather continues in the winter months. The state testing used in determining Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) has changed for the 2014-2015 school year. In the past, the state testing was completed in the fall for grades 3-8 and grade 11. This year the test will be given in the spring. Grades 4,...