Thursday, October 19, 2017

Para-professional position

Classroom Paraprofessional Bancroft-Rosalie School is seeking applications for a Paraprofessional. The Paraprofessional will be responsible for working with student’s one-on-one and in small groups. There will be some supervision of recess and the lunchroom. The applicant must meet the federal “highly qualified” requirements. This can be completed at the school as part of the job. The position is 7.5 hours per day on days school is in session. The starting wage is dependent upon experience. Interested persons can apply at the Bancroft-Rosalie School office in Bancroft, NE. 403-648-3336

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Human Performance Project Public Presentation Monday Oct. 20 at 6:30 pm in Walthill

Parents or community members interested in the Human Performance Project can view a community presentation of the program next Monday night at 6:30 pm in Walthill. The presentation will be similar to the one provided to B-R students the next day, Tuesday October 21 at 2:30 pm.

BRLD Board Committee Minutes October 5, 2017

Monday, October 16, 2017

Human Performance Project Assembly Grades 6-8 Oct. 24

Next Tuesday there will be a presentation for grades 6-8 on the Human Performance Project.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Monsanto Grow Communities with America's Farmers Program- Enroll by November 1

Area Farmers can register for the chance to direct $2,500 to a deserving local nonprofit like Bancroft-Rosalie Community Schools. Sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, the Grow Communities program empowers farmers like you to make a difference in just a few clicks.

Click the link below, click on Enroll Now,  scroll down and enter your personal information.

America's Farmers Grow Communities

Message from Nebraska Commissioner of Education regarding state assessments

Matt Blomstedt, Nebraska Commissioner of Education, sent the following press release regarding state assessments results. Individual student results for Bancroft-Rosalie students will be sent home with first quarter report cards. Notice that nearly half of Nebraska students in grades 3-8 scored at Level 3, which is below benchmark. It is explained that the rigor of the test was increased, which resulted in fewer students meeting the new higher standards expected of Nebraska students

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Bancroft-Rosalie and Lyons-Decatur Feasibility Study

The schools hired a consultant to do a feasibility study looking at the concepts on the page below. Concept A is to maintain high schools in both locations, Concept B is a 5-8 in one site and a 9-12 in the other. Concept C is a 6-8 in one site and 9-12 in the other. All concepts have Elementary schools in both sites. The study results will be presented to the school boards at a joint meeting November 27. Bancroft-Rosalie will have the study on the December Board Agenda for community discussion.