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  Mission Statement  

Glenburn Public School Mission Statement

The mission of the Glenburn Public School is to provide a comprehensive educational experience through continued self-analysis in order to empower all students with knowledge, skills and attitudes to meet the challenges of our changing world.

Glenburn Public School Vision Statement

The vision of the Glenburn Public School is to enable each child to become independent, critical thinkers who make healthy lifestyle choices, achieve their highest potential, becoming lifelong learners and contributing members of society.

  About The School  

Nondiscrimination Statement

The Glenburn Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs or activities.

All vocational opportunities will be offered without regard to race, color, national
origin, sex, or disability.

Title IX Coordinator: Jerry Erdahl; PO Box 138, Glenburn, ND 58740; 701.362.7426; email address: jerry.erdahl@k12.nd.us.

504 Director: Kathy Miller; PO Box 138, Glenburn, ND 58740; 701.362.7426; email address: Kathy.Miller@k12.nd.us

 

 


School Improvement

School Improvement Goals and Objectives

All students will improve toward proficiency in grades K-12 in English language arts.

All students will improve toward proficiency in grades K-12 in mathematics.

All teachers will improve classroom management through intervention strategies to decrease student behavioral referrals.

 


Notification of Consultative Review

Upon request, all high school students are entitled to receive a consultative review of the student's individual high school education plan at least once during each high school grade. Upon the request of the student, the school district shall provide the consultative review as per NDCC 15.1-21-18.3.


Notification of Interactive Dashboard

Notification of Interactive Dashboard (School District Report Card)

 Dear Parent/Guardian,

 North Dakota has launched a new website designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and schools. Insights features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including:

  • Test scores 
  • Graduation rates 
  • English Learner progress
  • Student attendance

Insights, or more commonly referred to as the “Dashboard,” is part of North Dakota’s new accountability system. It is the next step in a series of major shifts in public education that have raised the bar for student learning, transformed testing, and placed the focus on equity for all students. To learn more about the state’s accountability and continuous improvement, visit North Dakota’s ESSA website.

To find out more information about our school, visit Insights, select “Find My School,” and search alphabetically for our school.

 Why a new system and new tool?

North Dakota is committed to informing communities about how well our schools are doing. North Dakota’s future success depends on tapping into the potential of all students, so they graduate choice ready with the knowledge, skills and disposition to be successful. For schools to reach this goal, teachers, parents, and the community need clear and useful measures of progress. As an accountability tool, the Dashboard will help the state identify schools receiving additional support and assistance.

 What is different?

In the past, the accountability system for districts and schools relied heavily on test scores. But one test taken on one particular day does not provide a complete picture of all the ways schools are helping students succeed. The Dashboard continues to provide information on different aspects of student performance, but also includes information on school growth and other factors reflecting a more comprehensive view. The Dashboard replaces the former School District Report Card and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reports.

 Please note, the data made available to the public masks or hides data for groups with 10 or fewer students to protect confidential information about individual students.

 What’s next for our district?

We have strong plans for working to improve the educational programs at our school. We would like you and your child(ren) to continue to be active participants in our educational system. Please help support our high expectations for student achievement by participating in the school educational initiatives, offering input and support in our endeavors to raise student achievement, or volunteering at the school. Meeting our school’s goals will take a united effort, and I look forward to working with our families to ensure success for each student.

 

Thank you,

Jerry Erdahl, Superintendant