PRINT & BRING TO YOUR SCHEDULED ORIENTATION - If you are a Substitute Educational Support Professional, Custodian, or Food Service applicant, please complete the attached W-4 Form. Once complete, please bring it to your scheduled orientation. Questions? Please contact us at 763.682.8712.
Each week CDC analyzes information about influenza disease activity in the United States and publishes findings of key flu indicators in a report called FluView. During the week of September 13-19, 2009, a review of the key indictors found that influenza activity continued to increase in the United States compared to the prior weeks.
The guide lists all the services for children and families in Wright County. This is not a government driven guide, but rather generated by Partnership for Youth and Families. Their mission is, "Working together to serve youth and families in Wright County in need of help through prevention, education and support."
Easy CBM is an online tool that teachers use to "Probe" (Short Assessment) students and take quick academic snapshots. Students who are taking the assigned probe will need information from their teacher to start the assessment.
The Family Community Engagement Program (FCE) at Northwest Suburban Integration (NWSISD) # 6078 school district is an eight member district consortium. It's member districts are Anoka/Hennepin, Brooklyn Center, Buffalo, Elk River, Fridley, Mounds View, Osseo,and Rockford school districts. FCE serves staff, student and families within our member districts.
FCE works with schools, families, and community stakeholders to improve student achievement. This website is designed for educators, parents & families, students and community partners. Educators can access valuable resources for the classroom, working with parents and families as well as students. Parents and family members are able to access resources to strengthen family relationships, academic help for students and collaboration with schools and teachers. There's a student highlight page along with activities and programs for youth to be change agents in their communities. We've also included several community partners that serve, help educate, impact and provide valuable resources for families and youth.
PRINT & BRING TO YOUR SCHEDULED ORIENTATION - If you are a Substitute Educational Support Professional, Custodian, or Food Service applicant, please complete the attached I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form. Once complete, please bring it to your scheduled orientation.
NOTE: Two forms of identification must accompany this form. Acceptable documents are listed on the form, but most employees find it convenient to bring the following:
Driver’s License + social security card
Driver’s license + birth certificate
US Passport (this serves as both forms of ID but cannot be expired)
Please note you only need to print and bring in pages 7 & 8 - you do not need to print the entire document.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a law ensuring services to children with disabilities throughout the nation. IDEA governs how states and public agencies provide early intervention, special education and related services to more than 6.5 million eligible infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities. This site has abundant resources for parents on the law and how it affects available services.
Staff use Infinite Campus to record grades, attendance, immunizations, food service balances and pin numbers, assignments (at secondary level) and student contact information. Parents and students can view this information through the secure use of the parent/staff portal.
Our students use inquiry in many ways. They inquire independently, with teacher support, and in structured and open formats. This document will explain how our students practice their inquiry habits at Tatanka Elementary STEM School.
Did you finish reading a book and want to see if your school has the sequel? Oh, no, do you have overdue books? Check it out as our library system is online. Click on your school and sign-in with your username and password. Don't forget to sign out once you're done.
The Northwest Suburban Integration School District #6078 was created in 2001 in response to Minnesota's Desegregation Rule. The rule requires schools and communities to work together to design effective, voluntary strategies for creating desegregated learning environments that parents can choose for their children. Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose Schools is one of seven member districts that make up NWSISD. The other districts include: Anoka-Hennepin, Brooklyn Center, Elk River, Fridley, Osseo and Rockford. Each offers at least one magnet school of a certain speciality. BHM offers an Arts Magnet Program at Buffalo High School. Every fall/winter, the magnet schools open for a lottery registration process.
We are excited to introduce a new registration system! The new site is http://buffalo.thatscommunityed.com. Please add us to your favorites or bookmark us! The new system offers many great benefits that will make registering and paying for your community education classes, KidKare, ECFE or All Day Every Day Kindergarten a breeze. Completely secure and safe, our online registration system will give you 24/7 access to your account.
Feel free to call Community Education if you have any questions 763.682.8770.
Infinite Campus is also known as the "parent portal." It allows parents to view their child's attendance records, immunizations, food service balance and pin number, assignments (at secondary level) and allows them to view contact information and change their email address. Infinite Campus is a secure site, therefore, users need a username and password to enter. Parents can obtain this by contacting their child's school office.
PaySchools is an online payment processing system. It is currently used at some schools as a way to collect fees for things such as yearbooks or library fees. It is also used by BHM employees who want to enroll in COBRA insurance and people who would like to donate to the food service Angel Account, which helps to cover those students who have a one time, short-fall in their lunch account.
The first time you access PaySchools, you will be asked to create a username and password. After you login, simply select the item(s) you wish to purchase then choose to pay by e-check or credit card (payment information is not kept by PaySchools to ensure your safety). After you complete your purchase, an e-mail confirmation and receipt will immediately be sent to you.
Wright County Public Health has been protecting, maintaining, and improving the health of county residents since 1951. Public Health provides a broad range of health services to individuals, families and communities to promote health and prevent illness. This website provides a list of health resources for your family at your fingertips.