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JUUL Vape

Attached is an informational bulletin regarding the JUUL vape pen.  Please take a few minuets to read through it. Download (PDF, 8.74MB)

Hearing Screening

Hearing screening will be conducted on Thursday, January 11th  at Central School, and Friday, January 26th at the High School and Middle School.  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...

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)

Rescheduled times for the postponed concerts

Below are the dates and times for the concerts that had to be postponed. Tuesday, December 13 – The 5-12 band and choir concert will be held in the auditorium.   The 5-8 concert will begin at 6:30 pm and go until approximately 7:20 pm. The 9-12 concert will begin at 7:45 pm. Monday, December 19 – The Pre-School program will be at 6:00 pm in the Auditorium Tuesday, December 20 – The K-4 Program will be held...

St. Andrews Health Center Fill the Milk Jug

St. Andrews Health Center recently did a “Fill the Milk Jug” fundraiser.  The goal of this event was to earn money to contribute towards students receiving milk during snack time.  Because of their generous donation, families who might not otherwise be able to purchase milk for their students will now receive assistance in that area.  Bottineau Public School would like to send out a big Thank You! to St....

Drug, Tobacco & Alcohol Presentation 10/5 @ 7...

The district will have a presentation on Wednesday, October 5th for the 7-12 students during the day and parent/patrons during the evening. The topics include fentanyl, adderall, heroine, pain pills, methamphetamine and other drugs being seen across the state of North Dakota. The speakers include Dan Heibreder, parole officer, Don Olson, an addiction counselor, BCI/Sheriff’s Department, and Rob Sanderson, parole officer...