"Learning for all in a community of caring."
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November 14 - December 6, 2013
The Sanborn Regional School Board's Public Relations Committee along with the Superintendent's Office have begun initiatives to provide opportunities to the students, parents, teachers and community members to learn about and discuss particular areas of education such as Common Core and Competency Based Grading as well as obtain feedback on their overall experiences with the teachers, schools and administration within our school district. As we come to the end of our current Strategic Plan and will soon be mapping out a new one, your honest thoughts and opinions will be helpful to us in our planning stages. We appreciate you taking the time to participate in our on-line survey. We look forward to hearing from you and appreciate your support in our continued efforts to make Sanborn Regional School District the best it can be!
To begin, click on the survey below:
Battle of the Books Competition Results
This year marked the 10th annual Bakie Battle of the Books reading competition. We were delighted to have 50 participants in grades 4 and 5. Six teams were selected from the semi-final round to compete in the finals held on Thursday, November 21st.
First Place Winners: The Paragraph Parties
Zachary P., Owen T., James M. and Jonathan R.
Second Place Winners: The WIN-nerds
Tessa H., Connor M., Riley H. and Hannah D.
Third Place Winners: The Bookworms
Ella C, Molly P. and Maya D.
Congratulations to the runners-up: The Old Timers; Nick L., Max L., Owen P.and Nick D., The Vickeys: John L., Ryan D., Darren B. and Alex C. and The Sanborn Indians; Finn B., Quinn R. and Hunter S.
Mission: The mission of D.J. Bakie School is to enable all students to acquire the knowledge, skills and work habits to become productive and healthy members of society. School staff maintain high expectations, create a safe, positive and caring enviroment, use assessment to vary instruction to meet the individual needs of students, and promote effective communication between the school and its community.