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The mission of Bottineau Public Schools is to provide students opportunities to develop their potential intellectually, socially and physically as they prepare to meet the challenges of a diverse global society.

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Donate Old Graduation Cap & Gown

Posted by on Dec 5, 2019 in High School | 0 comments

Graduation Cap and Gown taking up space?   Consider donating it! This is a great way to recycle it and keep it out of the landfill!   Dropoff at HS office. Thank...

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Professional Development Day 1/20/20

Posted by on Dec 4, 2019 in Notes from the Superintendent | 0 comments

Parents, Bottineau Public School has been provided an opportunity to have our staff (teachers, para’s and administration) participate in a professional development (PD) day in Rugby on January 20, 2020. The day will consist of a keynote speaker in the morning and break-out sessions throughout the rest of the day. This is an opportunity that I feel we must take advantage of; the keynote speaker (Brian Mendler) alone is worth their time to see, listen and interact with. For us to attend this PD day, we will not be able to have students in...

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2019 Yearbooks

Posted by on Sep 4, 2019 in Library, Yearbook | 0 comments

We still have a few 2019 yearbooks available. If you would like one, please stop in Library and see Mrs. Palmer. They are $45.

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Important Updates for the 2019-20 School Year

Posted by on Aug 19, 2019 in Notes from the Superintendent | 0 comments

With the start of school fast approaching there are a few house-keeping items that I would like to inform parents about to have less confusion during the first weeks of school. First, Parent Dropoff/Pickup: Central School will have no changes so if you have a child or children there just continue to do what has been done in the past. Middle School/High School: Middle School (grades 3-6) students should be dropped off and picked up at Door #4, this is on the north side of the building on 2nd Street. Junior High/High School students should be...

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