BHM Schools is closed until Tuesday, May 5, and we will begin distance learning on Monday, April 6.  During this time, staff could be working remotely, and we recommend that you communicate with them through email.

Beginning March 27-April 3, the district will have Spring Break as scheduled. Distance learning will begin for BHM Schools on Monday, April 6 through Thursday, April 30. Teachers will report May 1 and May 4 to prepare for students returning back to school on Tuesday, May 5. More information will be shared with our families in the next couple of days regarding material and technology pick-up on Friday, March 27. Future updates and announcements will be made through our parent/staff notification system, on our Facebook page and here on our website. We appreciate everyone's patience during this time. 

District News

March 20, 2020

BHM Schools will be closed until May 5 as directed by Governor Walz. Spring Break will go on as scheduled, March 27-April 3. Read more on the district's plan for the days and weeks ahead. 

February 4, 2020

Let’s get ready for kindergarten! If your child will be 5 by September 1, 2020, you can enroll your child for the 2020-21 school year in BHM Schools. All incoming kindergarten students need to complete ECFE screening– call 763.682.8408 or visit ECFE Screening for more information. Find out when your neighborhood school is hosting their registration night. 

The Search Institute is presenting a workshop on the subject of Developmental Relationships for the public on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 6-8 p.m. in the Buffalo High School Performing Arts Center. It's FREE to the public and no registration is necessary. Educators can earn Continuing Education Credits. Read more information...

December 23, 2019

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...

December 16, 2019

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.

October 25, 2019

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...

 

 

May 31, 2018

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...

July 5, 2017

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.

October 10, 2016

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.

March 1, 2016

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.