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Hearing Screening

Hearing screening will be conducted January 6th, 8th, and 9th in the Bottineau School System. All Bottineau Public School students in preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th, and 11th grades, new students, and students with known hearing losses will have their hearing screened by the school’s Speech-Language Pathologists. If you DO NOT want your child’s hearing screened, please notify the school. If you have...

NDATL

The fall NDATL conference happened right after our last Jr. High football game.  The timing worked out such that I could hit the game then go straight to Minot for the conference.  In the past, I have voiced some discontent as to the content of the conference.  I don’t feel that it really helps me be a better me at work.  The sessions are really good for a teacher that wants to look for new things to add to their...

Jr. High Music News

Jr. High Music News We have been in school almost a month already.  Your kids are really rockin’ in music class.  I must apologize to all of you for the “Cups” song.  I am sure your kids have been practicing and showing off their mad “cups” skills.  I promise you, I did tell them that lunch in the cafeteria and the dinner table were probably not the best place to practice.  However, I am totally impressed...

6th Grade Music News

6th Grade Music News   We have been in school a month already.  Your kids are really rockin’ in music class.  I must apologize to all of you for the “Cups” song.  I am sure your kids have been practicing and showing off their mad “cups” skills.  I promise you, I did tell them that lunch in the cafeteria and the dinner table were probably not the best place to practice.  However, I am totally impressed with...

5th Grade Music News

We have been in school almost a month already.  Your kids are really rockin’ in music class.  I must apologize to all of you for the “Cups” song.  I am sure your kids have been practicing and showing off their mad “cups” skills.  I promise you, I did tell them that lunch in the cafeteria and the dinner table were probably not the best place to practice.  However, I am totally impressed with their passion for...

National Close up Trip (Pix!)

In its second consecutive year, Close Up was, once again, a success. The students – Erin Severson, Jair Peltier, Shelby Pedie, Ashleigh Jerde, Alexis Kihle, and Jocelyn Jahner – along with Bottineau High School teacher and their advisor Gale Wondrasek-Lane, were immersed in the learning program for 8 days, traveling from our nation’s capitol, Washington D.C., to a short but sweet taste of the nation’s biggest city,...