Kindergarten 2017-18 is right around the corner. See when your child's school has its registration night and WATCH a short video about what your child can expect in kindergarten from our own BHM expert first grader!
Katie Steege and Robin Nyquist of Buffalo Hanover Montrose Schools were recognized as TIES Exceptional Teachers. They are among 77 teachers from 48 districts honored at the TIES 2016 Education Technology Conference on December 13 at the Minneapolis Hyatt Regency.
Looking for other educational opportunities within BHM Schools? Applications are being accepted for Tatanka Elementary STEM School and the Buffalo High School Arts Magnet program now through March 10, 2017 through the Northwest Suburban Integration School District (NWSISD). Read on for more information...
Resource Training and Solutions recognized four Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose School District (BHM) employees as the 2016 Outstanding Educational Support Staff. They are pictured left to right with Superintendent Scott Thielman, April Schmidt--Parkside Elementary School Secretary; Marie Jacobs--Buffalo Community Middle School Senior Technician; Sandy Weldele- Buffalo Community Middle School Media Center/Supervisory ESP (Educational Support Professional) and Bill Jordan--District-Wide Grounds/Maintenance. They were honored at a banquet hosted by Resource Training and Solutions at River's Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud on Wednesday, September 28.
Montrose School of Innovation Earns the Award Two Years in a Row
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.
BHM Schools wants to ensure that we are communicating with parents in the most effective way possible. On Wednesday, October 12, 2016, mid-morning, the district will send out a district-wide emergency test message to parents and guardians from our parent notification system. You should receive a call, email and/or text messages (whatever information you have on file with your child's school). Especially with the upcoming winter months, we want to be sure parents/guardians don't miss any important messages from the school or the district about cancellations or delays. Remember this is ONLY a TEST and NO action will likely be necessary.