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  • Daily Announcement Highlights
    Sept. 27 Child Find 8am-noon call for apts.
    Sept. 22 Mid Term
    Sept. 22 Homecoming Parade 1:00
    Oct. 3  Family Night



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  • AD Wilson's Updates

    Sept. 21 JH JV V VB @ Grenora

    Sept. 22 JH JV V VB  vs Culbertson

    Sept. 23  JH HS FB  vs Jordan

    Sept. 25 FFA Livestock/Agronomy @ Richey

    Sept. 26  JH FB @ Lambert

    Sept. 28  JH JV V VB  vs Savage

    Sept. 28  JH FB  vs Culbertson

    Sept. 29  HS FB @ Lambert

    Sept. 30  JH VB Invite @ Fairview  

    Sept. 30  V VB @ Richey/Lambert







    For the latest in game schedules, check the Calendar at the top of the page.

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  • Parent Infinite Campus Access
    If you'd like to access your student(s)' grades, the district can provide you access to the Parent Portal. There you will find information about your child(ren)'s classes, grades and more. If you are new this year, or have forgotten your access code, call the school for help.
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  • Recieving the highest award possible, Platinum level, Bainville Public School teachers in the photo below accepted the award this summer at the Montana Behavior Institute Conference.  This is the fourth award in four years for Bainville.  Last year the team accepted Gold, the year before silver and three years ago bronze.  

    Congratulations to the staff students, familes and the Board of Trustees for working together to achieve this award.   Great job to our school for the hard work in implementing this amazing school-wide behavior program! We look forward to many more improvements in MBI through multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS).  Attendees are pictured with Superintent of Public Instruction Elise Artenzen.  

    2017 MBI team  Pictured:  Attendees at the Summer 2017 MBI Institute with Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Artenzen.

    At Bainville Public Schools, we have made it our mission to educate all students for lifelong success. Our vision is that all students will become responsible, caring, and productive citizens of society in a setting where: students, parents, staff, and community members share responsibility; district leadership motivates people, policies, and decisions; and all resources are used effectively and efficiently.

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