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Facilities Master Plan

This page will contain the updates to BPS’s Facilities Master Plan.

Video Tour of the Central School Building

Facilities master plan meeting 7/15 video

Facilities master plan meeting 7/15 Slide Show

Facilities master plan meeting 7/15 Pamphlet

Facilities master plan meeting 6/23 video

Facilities master plan meeting 6/23 Slide Show

Absentee Ballot Information


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Construction Manager At-Risk Request for Qualifications

Posted by on Dec 21, 2018 in Administration, building project, Facilities Master Plan, School Improvement | 0 comments

December 20, 2018 Request for Qualifications Construction Manager At-Risk (CMAR) Bottineau Public School District Bottineau, North Dakota The Bottineau Public School District #1 is preparing for the construction of a new elementary school facility to be built within the city limits of Bottineau, North Dakota.  Construction costs for the school facility, will include all new site development, infrastructure, buildings and necessary remodeling at existing facilities, are anticipated to be $7,560,000.  The delivery method for this project will...

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Central School Video Tour

Posted by on Aug 5, 2014 in Facilities Master Plan | 0 comments

You can view a tour of the central school facilities at the following link. Tour Video

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Posted by on Aug 5, 2014 in Facilities Master Plan, Notes from the Superintendent | 0 comments

During the past couple of months, I have submitted articles to answer frequently asked questions pertaining to the bond to fund an addition to the current 3-12 school building.  This addition would place the PK-12 students in one location.  The purpose of these articles was to keep the public informed of the relevance of this project to the students of the district and the community.  My intention was to provide voters with the background information they need to make an informed decision when they go to the polls on Tuesday, August 12. ...

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