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Is my child old enough to stay home alone this summer?!

Posted on 5/2/2015


As the school year winds down, many parents and caregivers are exploring summertime child care options. Questions may arise during this planning process about whether or not their children are old enough to stay home alone or babysit siblings or neighborhood children.

The ND Dept. of Human ...


Fact or Myth: New ND State Assessment

Posted on 5/1/2015


Our students are taking the new ND State Assessment this spring. It used to be done in the fall. There were some challenges with the new online testing; issues always pop up when new programs are implemented.

Here are some realities:
Due to technology glitches with the assessment provider, ...


Musicians needed!

Posted on 5/1/2015


High school students and others are invited to showcase their musical talents at BisMarket on Tuesdays from 4-7 pm and Saturdays 10 am to 1 pm at Sertoma Park by Shelter #5 from June 6 to mid-October. There is a small stipend per performance. Email info@bismarket.com or call Katrina at ...


BHS choir received high ratings at a state contest

Posted on 4/30/2015


The Bismarck High School Choir, under the direction of Brian Saylor and Rachel Douts, received 21 star ratings and 14 ratings of number 1 at the North Dakota High School Activity Association sponsored vocal solo and ensemble State contest held April 24 at Valley City State University.

Star ...


Traffic safety reminders

Posted on 4/30/2015


Parents:

Please remind your children to ALWAYS use cross walks and not cross the street in the middle of the block whether they are at school or elsewhere in the community.

Drivers are reminded to NOT to park or double-park illegally in school zones. Doing so can ...


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