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We understand during these uncertain times that communication will be more important than ever. In response, we are now on Facebook and will be looking to add other communication apps in the future. Click here to go to our Facebook page.
Discussions are being held now regarding what the beginning of school will look like. More information will be posted here as well as on our Facebook page as well as ways we can get your input on what these plans should look like. Please "Like" us to receive updates in real time.
Preschool, Junior Kindergarten, and Kindergarten Info for Fall 2020
Preschool, Junior Kindergarten, and Kindergarten families, we are getting ready for you to join the Bison family for the 20-21 school year!
As we are preparing for you to enroll, we wanted to share some information with you.
We will be hosting a Bison Ready Program in August prior to school starting. During this Bison Ready Program, teachers will be completing various assessments to determine the best option for your student. More information on dates coming soon.
The Preschool program will be for 3/4 year olds with a morning/afternoon session.
Junior Kindergarten will be for students who are 5 by September 1st. This program focuses on more social development as well as to bridge the gap between early childhood and traditional Kindergarten programs. Students in this program are eligible for the same services as a kindergarten student regarding school, breakfast/lunch, and busing services.
Kindergarten will be for students who are 5 on or before September 1st, 2020. Students in Kindergarten show they have the developmental, academic, and social emotional skills to excel in a Kindergarten environment.
For more information, please contact Elementary Principal Abby Karn at email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you about becoming a Bison!
At their regular school board meeting on Monday, June 8, the school board voted to accept the SDHSAA guidelines for athletic training and practice. These guidelines follow the NFHS (National Federation of High Schools) and CDC advisements of social interaction and establishes 3 phases of increasing activity. For more information on the SDHSAA guidelines, click here.
Weight room hours have been established for the various sports as well as other conditioning opportunities. Please contact your sport head coach for more information or call the district office at 745-4145.
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