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Middle School

301 Brander St
Bottineau ND 58318
(701) 228-3718
Elementary Supply List

 


Pat Brenden

Superintendent

Contact Mr. Brenden



Brian Palmer

Elementary Principal

Contact Mr. Palmer



MaryJo Jahner

Middle School Secretary

Contact Mrs. Jahner



Karen Brandvold

Third Grade Teacher

Contact Mrs. Brandvold



Angela Hoff

Third Grade Teacher

Contact Mrs. Hoff



Lindsey Zick

Third Grade Teacher

Contact Ms. Zick



Rob Eisenzimmer

Fourth Grade teacher

Contact Mr. Eisenzimmer



Kodi Handeland

Fourth Grade Teacher

Contact Mrs. Handeland



Connie Blada

Fourth Grade Teacher

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Brittany Mikkelsen

Fifth Grade Teacher

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Rebecca Olson

Fifth Grade Teacher

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Carrie Reimche

Fifth Grade Teacher

Contact Mrs. Reimche



Cara Rittierodt

Sixth Grade Teacher

Contact Mrs. Rittierodt



Michele Pigeon

Sixth Grade Teacher

Contact Mrs. Pigeon



Alecia Herbel

K-6 Physical Education Teacher

Contact Mrs. Herbel



Nancy Olson

Instrumental Music Teacher (5-12)

Contact Mrs. Olson



Rebecca Moen

Art Teacher

Contact Mrs. Moen



Kristy Hennings

Speech Language Pathologist

Contact Mrs. Hennings



Lori Fecho

Special Services

Contact Mrs. Fecho



Heather Kersten

Title 1

Contact Mrs. Kersten



Meghan Kjelshus

Physical Therapy

Contact Mrs. Kjelshus



Adam Beyer

Elementary Choir

Contact Mr. Beyer



Jaque Marum

Elementary Choir (5-6)

Contact Mrs. Marum



Vickie Metcalfe

Elementary Counselor & 504 Coordinator

Contact Mrs. Metcalfe



Cathi Reinoehl

Paraeducator

Contact Mrs. Reinoehl



Judy Allard

Paraeducator

Contact Mrs. Allard



Rob Bedlion

Paraeducator

Contact Mr. Bedlion



Chassidy Hill

Paraeducator

Contact Mrs. Hill



Kris Kortgaard

Paraeducator

Contact Mrs. Kortgaard



Mary Watson

Paraeducator

Contact Mrs. Watson


Pop Tabs

Posted by on Sep 21, 2017 in Central School, Middle School | 0 comments

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)

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Rescheduled times for the postponed concerts

Posted by on Dec 9, 2016 in band, Central School, choir, High School, Middle School | 0 comments

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 at 7:00 pm in the High School...

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St. Andrews Health Center Fill the Milk Jug

Posted by on Oct 14, 2016 in Central School, Middle School | 0 comments

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. Andrews Health Center for their...

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

Posted by on Sep 29, 2016 in Administration, Central School, Drug & Alcohol, High School, Middle School | 0 comments

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 here in Bottineau. The evening session will begin at 7:00 pm in the James Holwell Auditorium. The presenters are requesting...

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