Congratulations to our four Outstanding Educational Support Staff Award recipients. These individuals were recognized and honored for the outstanding work they do in our schools at a Resource Training and Solutions program in St. Cloud on Wednesday, November 20. See who they are...
Early enrollment is open until March 6, 2020 for the BHM magnet schools through Northwest Suburban Integration School District (NWSISD): Buffalo High School Arts Magnet School, Montrose Elementary School of Innovation STEAM School and Tatanka Elementary STEM School. Find the application here: www.nws.k12.mn.us. After Early Enrollment is closed, it will reopen again March 16-April 17, 2020. Click to read more about NWSISD and all the magnet opportunities for your child in BHM Schools.
Four BHM School District teachers were recognized as Leaders in Educational Excellence Award (LEEA) recipients at a banquet hosted by Resource Training and Solutions on Wednesday, October 23 in St. Cloud. See who they are...
Beginning this fall, to help with student transitions, students in ALL elementary schools and only students in grades 6 and 9 will begin on the first day of school--Tuesday, September 4, 2018. Students in grades 7-8, 10-12, Phoenix Learning Center and PRIDE Transitions will now begin on the second day of school--Wednesday, September 5, 2018. Read more...
Montrose Elementary School (MES) has a lot to celebrate this year-the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) named Montrose Elementary a 2015-16 Reward School for having demonstrated exceptional student outcomes and success in closing achievement gaps.
The Minnesota Department of Eduction (MDE) has named Montrose Elementary School of Innovation (MESI) and Northwinds (NES) Elementary School 2015-16 Reward Schools for having demonstrated exceptional student outcomes and success in closing achievement gaps. While NES is celebrating for the first time, MESI is celebrating for the second year in a row.
Just 10 years ago, the world didn't have app designers or social media managers. Who created and filled those jobs-students. Montrose Elementary Principal Tony Steffes and his staff have started to challenge the "traditional" educational experience. They have found new ways to engage students in learning that is relevant for today's world and the unknown future to come. Little by little they are infusing more and more technology into the classes, which has allowed kids to be more creative.
The votes are finally in and the bond election has officially passed with 6,270--YES and 5,172--NO votes. Thank you to everyone who got out to vote! This bond will truly make a difference for all of our students.
The Buffalo High School Arts Magnet program was featured in the "What's Cool in School" segment. Kim Insley and her crew were at BHS to record the segment last Thursday, January 2. Check out the video.
The 2013 Legislature has now authorized school boards the ability to convert up to $300 per adjusted pupil unit (APU) of voter approved referendum authority to board approved authority for fiscal 2015 and beyond. This authority can be applicable for up to five years and would begin with taxes payable in calendar 2014.