Broken Bow Public Schools was awarded the CenturyLink Clark M. Williams Foundation’s Teachers and Technology grant in the amount of $5,000 for our Blended Learning project. The vision for this project is to create a space that focuses on 21 st century learning skills such as collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity. The grant for the Blended Learning project was submitted to help create a . . .
Dear Broken Bow Schools Patron, The mission of the Broken Bow High School Athletic Booster Club is to promote athletic programs, increase community interest, recognize the endeavors and achievements of teams and individual athletes, and to assist the Athletic department, coaches and administrative staff. The Booster Club raises money through donations, advertising, track concessions and picture buttons and memory mates for all . . .
According to the Nebraska Administrative Code 3-006 A physical examination of all students entering the 7 th grade is required and a copy signed by a physician, physician assistant, or nurse practitioner will be provided to the school. If your child will be participating in sports and has had a sports physical, this can also be used for the 7 th grade physical. The school must have a copy of current and complete immunizations, and . . .
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is partnering with Broken Bow Public Schools to serve nutritious FREE meals to children from age 1-18 this summer. There are no income requirements and no registration is needed to participate. The program will take place at North Park Elementary, 1135 North H St., Broken Bow, NE, Monday through Friday, from May 23, 2016 through July 29, 2016 with the exception of . . .
Broken Bow Public Schools will provide bus service as required by Nebraska statute for Broken Bow Public School resident students living more than four (4) miles from the school building to which the student may be assigned. To facilitate route and budgetary planning, patrons are asked to file a transportation request by June 1, 2016 . Requests filed after July 1, 2016 are subject to the following restrictions: 1. . . .
Students in grades Kindergarten-6 will be displaying art at the Custer County Fair's Elementary Art Show again this year from July 30 - August 4, 2016. We do have our K-6 student art on display perpetually through www.artsonia.com - the online student art gallery that is accessible for parents and parent allowed fans to view and comment on all of the art each student produces and even purchase . . .
Who are we? Tom and Nancy Osborne founded the TeamMates Mentoring Program in 1991 in an effort to provide support and encouragement to school aged youth. The goal of the program is to see youth graduate from high school and pursue post-secondary education. To reach this goal, youth meet one hour per week with a caring adult who serves as a mentor. Mentors give youth a sense of hope, purpose and vision. . . .
HEROs is a school based one-to-one mentoring program that was developed through a group of community leaders known as the HEROs committee and Broken Bow Public Schools. The mission of the program is to create connections between high school students and elementary students that could not happen otherwise. HEROs empowers high school juniors and seniors as positive role models encouraging our area K-4 th grade students . . .