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Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, The 2016-2017 school year is quickly coming to an end. I am not sure where the year went. Each year seems to go by a little faster. I guess this is a sign of age. I would like to remind everyone graduation is scheduled to be held at 2:00 PM on Sunday, May 28th in the high school gymnasium. The 2017-2018 school year will begin on Wednesday, August 23 and Thursday, August 24th with Teacher Inservice. The first day...

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, The month of March brought us another storm day. On Tuesday, March 7th, school was not in session. To make up this day the district will be adding an additional half hour onto the day for twelve days. This means our school day will be extended by a half hour from Monday, March 20th to Monday, April 24th. By going this route this takes care of two of our storm makeup days. The school district hired a firm by...

Planning for the Future: Status of Enrollment

Attached you will find the enrollment and demographics projections for Bottineau Public School which was presented to the school board.   Presentation PDF

Notes from the Superintendent

Dear Patrons, Where does the time go? February has now come to an end. The month of March brings the start of our spring activity practices. Hopefully, spring weather will now follow and we can put winter in our rearview mirror. The school district will be having an early out on Wednesday, March 15th. The school district will be offering a half day of professional development for our staff. Central School students will be...

TWO OPENINGS ON BOTTINEAU SCHOOL BOARD

Deborah Nelson, Business Manager of the Bottineau School Board, has announced that there will be two positions open on the Board. Two positions will be for three year terms. All candidates shall reside in the Bottineau School District and will be voted upon by the district at large. Anyone wishing to run for election must file intent with the School District Business Manager 64 days prior to the election. This year the...

Storm Make Up Days

I am writing this letter in regards to the storm make up days.  Currently, the district has missed four days of school.  These days will need to be made up and will not be forgiven or waived by Governor Burgum.  I received correspondence from the state last Friday, February 17.  The correspondence I received stated Governor Burgum’s position at this time is not to support waiving any storm days. The district does have a...