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What students should be learning at each grade level

Below are the Bismarck Public School District Standards for grades K-6. We are working on standards for grades 7-12.

Kindergarten (pdf document)
File Size: 753.24 kb

First grade (pdf document)
File Size: 796.32 kb

Second grade (pdf document)
File Size: 784.94 kb

Third grade (pdf document)
File Size: 663.8 kb

Fourth grade (pdf document)
File Size: 687.04 kb

Fifth grade (pdf document)
File Size: 663.61 kb

Sixth grade (pdf document)
File Size: 607.48 kb

ND State Content Standards & Benchmarks (link)

Content standards are public statements about what all students should know and be able to do in a curriculum area.

Get involved in your child's education

Studies show that students with involved parents, no matter what their income or background, are more likely to:
  • Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs;
  • Be promoted, pass their classes and earn credit;s
  • Attend school regularly;
  • Have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school;
  • Graduate and go on to post-secondary education.
On the top left of this page you will find a link to each of our schools' Parent Organizations. Below is parent involvement tips from NEA.

Getting Involved in Your Child's Education (link)

When parents are involved in their children's education, kids do better in school. Want to learn how to help your child achieve and succeed? At the National Education Association's section on 'Helping Parents,' you'll learn why involvement is so important and suggestions for how to get involved.

Medication Information

See the link on the top left of this page.

Neighbors Network

Neighbor's Network is a non-profit organization that serves families of school-age children in Bismarck. The goal of Neighbor's Network is to enhance the learning of school children by helping their families. Using a hands-on approach, staff work closely with each family to address issues related to parenting, organizational skills, relationships, independent living, and basic needs. For more information, contact Chris Hall, 701-323-4000.

Reduced Internet and Home Phone Rates through Midco Lifeline

Midcontinent offers a program that helps families that meet certain income criteria access home phone and internet services at reduced prices. The Midcontinent Lifeline Assistance program provides phone subscribers with free installation and reduced monthly rates. Eligible Internet subscribers can receive Midcontinent Broadband service (12 Mpbs x 1 Mbps) for $9.95 per month with no installation or modem fees. For additional information contact the Lifeline Assistance program at 1-800-888-1300 or visit their website by clicking here.


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