Starting & Ending Times for the 2017-2018 School Year Kindergarten Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 3:25 p.m. Friday & Early Dismissal 8:00 a.m. - 2:10 p.m. 1st - 5th Grades Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - . . .
There will be a financial aid workshop in Mr. Garner's room on Wednesday, October 4th at 7:00 p.m. We will learn about financial aid and filling out the FAFSA.
Please see the flyer below for all the information about Homecoming Dress up Days 2017.
Due to other activities, band will not participate in UNK Band Day on September 23rd.
Broken Bow Patrons, Due to budget cuts and increasing operation costs for the Activities Department, we will no longer be accepting Parent Passes ($1.00 off per contest) and ‘FREE’ Golden Age passes for Broken Bow citizens 65 . . .
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 . . .
Broken Bow Public Schools utilizes Common Sense Media as a great resource to keep informed about students concerning digital citizenship. Common Sense is the leading independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids thrive . . .
With the second semester underway, Mr. Kluender would like to remind all middle school parents to be checking student grades through the Parent Portal. If a student is failing a class, he/she is expected to attend Access Period from Tuesday . . .
We have recently created Facebook pages for all of the schools in our district. Please "like" us on Facebook, so you can be up to date on everything happening at our schools. New Discoveries Facebook page North Park . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .