Bennett Peek of the Week

SUMMER

The mission of Bennett Elementary School

Achieving excellence by educating and empowering all students to succeed.

CONGRATULATIONS 5TH GRADERS!

Final 5th Grade Slide Show

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS

The Bennett office will be closed for the summer, June 14th through August 11th . Any registration and/or questions will be handled through the Fargo Public Schools District Office by calling 701-446-1000.

PROGRESS REPORTS

Please note that all progress reports for the end of the year will be available in PowerSchool (online). Watch your email in the fall for teacher placements for the 2021-2022 school year.

FREE SUMMER MEAL PICKUP SCHEDULE

Fargo Public Schools will provide free meals for children up to age 18 in June and July 2021, thanks to expanded United States Department of Agriculture funding. Breakfast and lunch meals for 7 days will be combined in a food box and distributed weekly. Click here for more details on when and where meals can be picked up.

Reminder: Register for Kindergarten

Register NOW for Fargo Public Schools kindergarten online at www.fargo.k12.nd.us/registration. Your child must be age 5 by July 31, 2021 to attend school in the fall.


Click here to learn more about the registration process and sign your student up for school in the fall of 2021!


If you do not know which school your child will attend, call 701.446.1043 or check online at www.fargo.k12.nd.us/boundarymaps. If you need PowerSchool help, please call 701.446.1030.

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SCHOOL TOOL BOX ORDERS

Bennett Elementary is once again participating in the School Tool Box program. Prepackaged school supplies delivered to your child's classroom or your home. You'll avoid the back-to-school supply shopping crowds with easy online ordering and get trusted brand name supplies from your teacher approved list. How easy is that?!?

Your order also supports Feed My Starving Children.

Ordering is available NOW through June 21st for school delivery. Visit schooltoolbox.com.
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CHILD SUPERVISION GUIDELINES

Many parents are unsure when students can stay home alone or provide care for their younger siblings if parents need to leave the house. Here are guidelines from Cass County to help. Have a safe and fun-filled summer!



The ultimate responsibility for the safety, care, well being, and behavior of dependent children remains with the parent or caregiver, whether they are present to personally supervise them or not. Supervising your children is one of the most important things you can do for them.



The age of the child is not the only factor that should be considered when children are left alone. Other factors include the maturity of the child, emotional health factors and the child's physical or cognitive limitations.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Red River Valley (BGC) offers affordable youth development programs for before school, after school, and school out days. School Year 2021-2022 program registration is now available!


BGCRRV 2021-22 SCHOOL YEAR REGISTRATION
IS NOW OPEN FOR RETURNING AND NEW FAMILIES!

Visit our website at www.bgcrrv.org for all of the details.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Red River Valley

Scheduling, Registration, & General Information

701-235-2147 | schedule@bgcrrv.org | www.bgcrrv.org

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