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NO SCHOOL Thurs.,Oct. 17 and Fri.,Oct. 18 M.E.A. Break
Mon.,Oct.21: Regular School Board Meeting 5:30 pm held in the Bfld-Odin Conference Room
REFERENDUM 2013: A Public meeting scheduled at 7:00 pm held in the Bfld-Odin School Media Center. You are invited to attend this public meeting on Mon., Oct. 21. On Nov. 5th, registered voters in the Butterfield-Odin Public School District #836 area will be asked to vote on one question for the School District. Question 1: Shall the revocation of the existing authority and increase of $455 per pupil in revenue proposed by the Board of Independent School District No.836 be approved for a period of ten(10) years.

Tues.,Oct. 22: Fall Band/Choir 7-12 Concert 7:00 pm held at the Bfld-Odin Public School Large Gym.
Vision Statement
Butterfield-Odin Public School:
The Butterfield-Odin Public School strives to provide a safe, welcoming and challenging learning environment for all students in grades Pre-K-12.

We value diversity and take pride in our school. We welcome families to become part of our school community and to help us instill the qualities of being respectful, responsible, challenging oneself and working to one's full potential.

We want our students to be eager to work and learn everyday! Our highly qualified and invested staff truly care for each student individually while working cooperatively with families as well as the community to ensure the highest standards of performance.

For further information on curriculum, assessment, class offerings, PSEO credit options OR information on Enrollment Options please contact the school at (507) 956-2771 to schedule an appointment or visit our website at butterfield.k12.mn.us. The school can take open enrollments at any time during the school year based on its participation with the Minnesota Department of Education's Integration Program. Approval of open enrollment is based upon availability of space in the classroom or program.
There are limited spaces available in several classes.
Contact the school for more information.

*Committed Staff working with Families to ensure a quality education and future for its students
*Transportation available (customized to fit parent schedules)
*School Purchases all Elementary School Supplies for students - Parents do not have to purchase
*2011 AND 2012 copyright Reading and Math curriculum aligned to state standards
*(Staff trained in MN SCI-Math Frameworks for student success in MCA testing)
*Making Adequate Yearly Progress in testing Reading and Math
*SMARTBOARD technology in every classroom
*Mobile Laptop Lab for Elementary Students 2 high school labs
*State of the ART and completely remodeled Media Center
*Keyboarding/Computer classess required from grade 2 until grade 9
*Small Class Sizes (Any Class over 25 students will be split, call for class numbers, some are close to 25 in the elementary)
*Positive District Fund Balance Balanced Budget
*Completely Remodeled K-12 Building Including Kitchen/Cafeteria and outside
*3 and 4 year old Pre-School Offered (with transportation at end of the day)
*All Day Every Day Kindergarten
*PSEO options/ Southwest State University (The 15 total 2012 graduates earned 104 college credits collectively)
*scholarship opportunities for Seniors even open-enrolled to the district
* Community Daycare housed in the school (6 weeks to age 13)
*Experienced Staff trained in the 21st Century Classroom Learner/ Curriculum Mapped
*Online High School Elective Offerings during the school day
*4 Day week calendar for January/February School starts Sept. 4th - Ends May 30th
*Support services in LD, EBD, Speech,

VIEW YOUR CHILD"S GRADES. Students in grades 4-12 have their grades on-line and you can access them by using the button on the left entitled: Parent Access. We are also going to be working harder than ever to make sure that you are aware of your child's missing assignments so that they stay caught up. We are expecting high academic achievement from all of our students and we know that parents can play a very important role in this. On the PARENT ACCESS site, please find the document entitled "Missing Assignment Notice" This is a sample of the letter we will be sending out when needed. WE are encouraging parents to share their e-mail addresses with us so that we can get them out electronically. Please find the form on the PARENT ACCESS entitled Parent E-mail address request: You can fill this out and e-mail to Sandy Melheim @

This form will give us permission to give your e-mail address to teachers and this is also another great way to communicate when needed. As always, call with any questions.

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