• Don Peschel, Superintendent/Principal

    320.834.4084 (PHONE)

    320.524.2228 (FAX) 

    The Brandon Campus of B-E provides pre-kindergarten through 3rd Grade in the Brandon-Evansville area and serves approximately 160 elementary students. We have two sections of each grade level, so that it keeps our class sizes between 16-25. Thank you for choosing Brandon-Evansville Elementary School! 

    ECFE Programs are available to all children in the Early Childhood room.  Learning Readiness, Head Start, and Early Childhood Special Education are offered in our school at varied times of the week depending on your needs. 

    Title I funds are used to provide small group instruction availability in reading,written language and mathematics as well as reading interventions.  We are also fortunate to have two Minnesota Reading Corps tutors in our building to assist with reading interventions. Math application with basic skills instruction is emphasized.

    We hope you stop in and visit our school!

  • Student Registration Information
    Thank you for choosing the Brandon-Evansville School District! We welcome you and your children.  We invite you to register in person in our school offices and receive a building tour.
    To register your children at Brandon-Evansville Schools: 
    You may register 8AM - 4PM during the school year. During the summer, staff is available on a limited basis, so please call 320.524.2263 ext. 2000 to schedule a time to register.
    Complete the Student Registration form and bring in a copy of your child's birth certificate and immunization record.
    Elementary Students (PK-3)
    206 West Third St
    Brandon, MN  56315
    Middle School Students (4-8)
    123 2nd Ave
    Evansville, MN  56326
    High School Students (9-12)
    Please have your secondary students with you, as they will be able to register for classes and receive a tour.
    206 West Third St
    Brandon, MN  56315

Mission Statement

  • The people of Independent School District #2908 believe that all students can succeed.  Our responsibility is to create the conditions that enable all students to learn the skills, acquire the knowledge, and develop their attitudes for them to reach their full potential as citizens who can meet the challenges of a changing global society.

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