Are you a parent or guardian of a student and wondered how to get tech support over the summer? Whether you have a student enrolled in CampEd/Summer School or have a student with a school issued device, there is a way.
Family Hub –You can find information for tech support and other notifications “front and center” on this page.
Student Hub – Need support with an App? Find tutorials and quick links on the Student Hub.
Chromebook Troubleshooting Tips are also available on the Blended Learning page if you want to attempt to troubleshoot your own Chromebook fix.
Have a great summer, and we look forward to supporting you!
Athletic Registration will open annualy on July 1. As of this date, you will be able to register your student for next year's activities. As always, please remember to register them for all activities you believe they may participate in. This will keep you from having to go back into the system later in the year.
A part of athletic registtation, you must have a copy of your student;s physical dated after April 15 of this year.
The athletic registration sire DOES NOT take or track payments. Please disregard any information you see on that sire regarding payment. To make a payment for an activity fee, please use MyPayments Plus.
If you run into any problems with a username or password, please contact Mr. Lervick.
Activity Fees - Activity fees are able to be paid through MyPayments Plus online beginning around the second week of August or in the school office. Students attending a BPS school will be able to pay through MPP while any students participating through a co-op will need to pay in the school office.
BPS Family Assistance Fund
The Bismarck Public Schools Foundation (BPSF) has established a BPS Family Assistance Fund. Those that wish to donate may do so through the foundation website or by mail. To donate online, go to https://www.bpsfoundation.com/donations/bps-faf/. To donate by mail, send checks to the BPS Foundation at 806 N. Washington St., Bismarck, ND 58501 and write “BPS-FAF” in the memo line. Families seeking assistance are encouraged to reach out to their counselor or social worker who will connect them to established community resources as well as submit requests for funding needs that cannot be met within existing resources. The BPSF thanks those who have already reached out to volunteer and/or provide monetary donations to help those within our community who are struggling.