Viking Newsletter

June 2019

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NBAPS community survey taking place

The North Branch Area Public Schools (NBAPS) school board is conducting a community survey in June. The survey goal is to better understand stakeholders' attitudes toward the school district as well as toward a possible future operating levy to supplement state and federal funding, which has lagged well behind inflationary factors for decades. The random sample phone survey is being conducted by Baker Tilly (formerly Springsted Inc.), a trusted researcher and school district partner. Please be encouraged to participate in the survey if contacted.
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North Branch Area Public Schools (NBAPS) is proud to unveil a new online enrollment option for students K-12! Now, families can enroll at NBAPS from any device, any time of day or night, by going to: Just follow the prompts at the enrollment center and the website will take you through the process. The enrollment center also provides common forms parents/guardians may need to provide, as well as contact information for enrollment questions at any of NBAPS' schools or programs.

Beginning June 3, the high school and the North Branch Area Education Center are closed for construction! High School and Middle School business is being conducted at the Middle School (38431 Lincoln Ave.) Please use door 5. Hours are 7 am - 2:30 pm. All other business, including district office business, is being conducted at Sunrise (37775 Grand Ave.). District office hours are 7 am - 3:30 pm. For assistance with enrollment, or if you have questions about enrollment or any other subject, please call the district office at 651-674-1000.

Did You Know?

Busing: Changes to your child's transportation needs take three to five days to process. Waiting until the last minute can cause disruption of service. To ensure that your child is scheduled for pick up and drop off at the correct location to start the 2019-20 school year, you are strongly encouraged to make the Transportation Dept. aware of any changes by Aug. 16, 2019. If you need a change to your student(s) transportation needs for 2019-20, please contact Deb Charley at 651-674-1031 or by e-mail:

Mileage reimbursement: Families living in poverty can claim transportation reimbursement to colleges/universities for students taking PSEO (post-secondary enrollment options) courses. It is 100% reimbursable. Families can claim aid retroactive to September 2018. Click here to download the form and submit completed forms to the district office.

Sports Notes

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Mark your calendar! The 2019-20 Homecoming events take place the week of September 16-20. Coronation will take place on Monday, and students have several events planned during the day that week. Varsity athletics that week will include home contests for girls soccer, volleyball, and tennis, culminating with Friday night football against Duluth East.