B-E Prom is Saturday, April 10th - There will be an additional Grand March for those without an admission ticket. This will be outside, in front of the Brandon campus starting at 7:35PM. You may want to bring a chair in case you can't see from your vehicle.
30 days ago, Erin
Prom 2021
Date: April 7, 2021 Subject: Coronavirus Confirmed Case-Staff Dear Families/Students/Staff, We were notified by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) of a lab confirmed case of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) with two staff members, one in the Brandon-Evansville Middle School and one in the Head Start classroom in Brandon with an exposure date of March 26, 2021, and March 30, 2021. We have 18 confirmed cases of a staff members since the start of school and 18 students in the district. We have worked with local health officials to identify those who had close contact with the cases, and have communicated with them individually. These cases were identified as staff in the Head Start room and a staff member in the middle/high school. The Head Start program both staff and students are on quarantine and the middle/high school staff member is on COVID leave. We have contact traced and notified people/students at risk of exposure. The risk of exposure for other individuals present in the buildings on that date is no greater than the risk of contracting the virus in the general community. If you were not identified to have close contact with the positive case you should still monitor for symptoms of illness, but do not need to stay home unless symptoms develop. If symptoms develop, stay home and consult with your health care provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed. We understand that this may create unease in our community. We have taken action to clean and sanitize the facility and are working closely with MDH to monitor the situation. We are asking all members of our community to minimize the spread of illness by taking the following actions: · Protect yourself and others by wearing a face covering when it is hard to stay 6 feet away from people; washing your hands often with soap and water; covering your cough and sneeze; and avoiding touching your face with unwashed hands. · If you are sick, stay home from child care and other activities. · Be prepared in case you get sick and need to stay home. Keep enough food, regular prescription drugs, and other necessities on hand in case you need to stay home and are not able to go out easily. · Frequently clean all commonly touched surfaces (e.g., telephones, doorknobs, countertops, etc.). If symptoms develop, stay home and consult with your health care provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, MDH recommends: 1. Stay at home for at least 10 days, and for 24 hours with no fever and improvement of other symptoms (your fever should be gone for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medicine). 2. Use the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website on how to care for yourself at home; see What to Do If You Are Sick: (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/steps-when-sick.html)  3. If your household contacts were exposed to you while you had symptoms, they should try to stay home as much as possible for 14 days. This is a challenging time and I know many of you may be feeling stress or anxiety. We will get through this together as a community, and will be stronger when we emerge. Here are additional resources: · Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/index.html)  · If You Are Sick (COVID-19) (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/sick.html)  · Coronavirus (COVID-19) (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Sincerely, Don Peschel Brian Novak Superintendent Brandon Site Principal Evansville Site Principal
about 1 month ago, Erin
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All are invited to the EAC Poetry Night!
about 1 month ago, Erin
Poetry Night
The Agriculture Plant Science Class has been busy using the hydroponic system to grow lettuce this spring.
about 1 month ago, Brandon-Evansville ISD
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Charger Kids Club students were busy last week decorating eggs, and painting Spring pictures!
about 1 month ago, Erin
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5th grade will be having their DARE graduation tomorrow, Tuesday, at 9:30 AM in the gym. It will be on Facebook LIVE!
about 1 month ago, Erin
DARE
Boys Basketball postseason awards banquet will be held this Thursday night (4/1/21) in the Evansville Senior Center after spring sports practices, at 5:45 PM. Pizza will be served and we will start handing out awards at 6:00 PM.
about 1 month ago, Brandon-Evansville ISD
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Brandon Campus Lost and Found. If you see an item that belongs to you or your child, please pick it up by the end of next week. These items will be donated the week of 4/5. Thank you!
about 1 month ago, Brandon-Evansville ISD
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ABE TRACK AND FIELD 2021 is now open! Find items that I've picked out specifically for our team. There is also spirit wear available for your family and friends. Check out the shop details below. OUR SHOP DETAILS - Shop Now: https://www.bsnteamsports.com/shop/ABETF2021 - Store Open From: March 23 - March 31, 2021
about 1 month ago, Brandon-Evansville ISD
Brandon-Evansville Book Fair at the Brandon Campus is open for students until tomorrow, Friday, 3/26!
about 1 month ago, Erin
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*PARENTS, GUARDIANS & STUDENTS* THE B-E DFS DEADLINE IS FAST APPROACHING Q: Do you have a Senior that will be graduating this May? Q: Do you know if they have submitted their B-E DFS application? Brandon-Evansville Dollars for Scholars® is a Dollars for Scholars chapter, located in West Central Minnesota. We proudly support our Brandon-Evansville High School (B-E HS) current year graduating class. All Brandon-Evansville High School seniors who submit an application for a B-E DFS scholarship will receive at least one scholarship to help them with their college education the following year. The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 1, 2021. https://brandon-evansville.dollarsforscholars.org/ *Be sure that your application indicates that it is 100% complete, that you have checked the attestation box, and then clicked on the red/orange SUBMIT button. Merely having an open account without submitting the completed application is not considered as having applied. Applications will not be accepted after 04/01/2021. Brandon-Evansville Dollars for Scholars is a nonprofit foundation that supports academic success in our community. As part of Scholarship America's® national network of locally-based, volunteer-driven Dollars for Scholars chapters, our mission is to mobilize our community on behalf of post-secondary education success for our students. Dollars for Scholars chapters like ours help hometown students achieve their educational goals by raising scholarship funds, establishing endowments, providing assistance with college readiness and the financial aid process, and distributing scholarships each year. THANK YOU!
about 1 month ago, Brandon-Evansville ISD
BE Dollars for Scholars
Junior High Football Coaching Positions: Brandon-Evansville Public School is looking for 2 junior high football coaches for the Fall 2021 season. These positions will follow the direction of the varsity head football coach and need to be ready to lead our 7th and 8th grade team(s). The season plans to start August 23rd and will run through early October. If interested please send a letter of interest and resume to Activities Director, Trent Hintermeister at thintermeister@b-e.k12.mn.us or call the school at 320-834-4084 with questions.
about 1 month ago, Erin
Coaches needed
Date: March 23, 2021 Subject: Coronavirus Confirmed Case-Student Dear Families/Students/Staff, We were notified by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) of a lab confirmed case of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) with a student in the Brandon-Evansville Middle School in Brandon with an exposure date of March 20, 2021. We have 16 confirmed cases of a staff members since the start of school and 18 students in the district. We have worked with local health officials to identify those who had close contact with the cases, and have communicated with them individually. This case was identified as a middle school student. The student was under quarantine at the time of exposure, so there is no threat to staff or students at this time. The risk of exposure for other individuals present in the buildings on that date is no greater than the risk of contracting the virus in the general community. If you were not identified to have close contact with the positive case you should still monitor for symptoms of illness, but do not need to stay home unless symptoms develop. If symptoms develop, stay home and consult with your health care provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed. We understand that this may create unease in our community. We have taken action to clean and sanitize the facility and are working closely with MDH to monitor the situation. We are asking all members of our community to minimize the spread of illness by taking the following actions: · Protect yourself and others by wearing a face covering when it is hard to stay 6 feet away from people; washing your hands often with soap and water; covering your cough and sneeze; and avoiding touching your face with unwashed hands. · If you are sick, stay home from child care and other activities. · Be prepared in case you get sick and need to stay home. Keep enough food, regular prescription drugs, and other necessities on hand in case you need to stay home and are not able to go out easily. · Frequently clean all commonly touched surfaces (e.g., telephones, doorknobs, countertops, etc.). If symptoms develop, stay home and consult with your health care provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, MDH recommends: 1. Stay at home for at least 10 days, and for 24 hours with no fever and improvement of other symptoms (your fever should be gone for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medicine). 2. Use the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website on how to care for yourself at home; see What to Do If You Are Sick: (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/steps-when-sick.html)  3. If your household contacts were exposed to you while you had symptoms, they should try to stay home as much as possible for 14 days. This is a challenging time and I know many of you may be feeling stress or anxiety. We will get through this together as a community, and will be stronger when we emerge. Here are additional resources: · Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/index.html)  · If You Are Sick (COVID-19) (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/sick.html)  · Coronavirus (COVID-19) (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Sincerely, Don Peschel Brian Novak Superintendent Brandon Site Principal Evansville Site Principal
about 1 month ago, Erin
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Miss Lori's Learning Readiness class went walking in the rain today and found worms, pinecones and feathers! They also sang "singing in the rain!"
about 1 month ago, Erin
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Junior High Boys Basketball revised location: Monday, March 22 - 3:15 - 5:30 PM - JH BBB Practice in Brandon Gym Tuesday, March 23 - 4:00/5:00 PM - Home Game - JH Boys Basketball Games vs. Ashby in Brandon Gym. Wednesday, March 24 -3:15 - 5:10 PM - JH BBB Practice in Brandon Gym.
about 2 months ago, Erin
Math/English/Resource Teacher Position: Brandon-Evansville Public Schools has a 1.0 FTE Math / English / Resource Teacher opening for the 2021 school year. Interested applicants must submit the following: ● Letter of interest ● Three letters of reference ● Transcripts ● MN or Current Teaching License (as applicable) ● ISD 2908 Employment Application Job Summary: The qualified applicant will be responsible for teaching high school math and English classes. They will also be an instructor for credit recovery and guided study hall classes. Specific classes will be discussed after learning about the candidate's qualifications. Required Qualifications, Education and Experience: Minnesota Teaching Licenses in Mathematics and or English (or ability to attain MN licensure prior to employment). Preferred Qualifications, Education and Experience: Looking for a candidate that demonstrates strong collaboration skills and the ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of each student. Brandon-Evansville Schools are located in beautiful central Minnesota, just minutes north of I-94 and rich with agriculture, recreation, tourism, and a progressive business community. Brandon-Evansville is a growing district that takes pride in their quality of education. Our staff focuses on students, and families and provides them the best educational practices with the latest technologies. Applications available online at www.b-e.k12.mn.us under District Information. Submit all required materials to Brian Novak, Brandon-Evansville Public School, P.O. Box 185, Brandon, MN 56315. Or attach and email to bnovak@b-e.k12.mn.us. Posting Closes: Friday, April 16, 2021 (position open, until filled)
about 2 months ago, Erin
Hiring
KINDERGARTEN TEACHER POSITION Brandon-Evansville Public Schools has a 1.0 FTE Kindergarten Teacher opening for the 2021 school year. Interested applicants must submit the following: ● Letter of interest ● Three letters of reference ● Transcripts ● MN or Current Teaching License (as applicable) ● ISD 2908 Employment Application Job Summary: Responsible for providing education to students so that intellectual, emotional, developmental and social needs are met according to the district and state standards, that will foster life-long learning and good citizenship. Preferred Qualifications, Education and Experience: Looking for a candidate that demonstrates strong collaboration skills and the ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of each student. Brandon-Evansville Schools are located in beautiful central Minnesota, just minutes north of I-94 and rich with agriculture, recreation, tourism, and a progressive business community. Brandon-Evansville is a growing district that takes pride in their quality of education. Our staff focuses on students, and families and provides them the best educational practices with the latest technologies. Applications available online at www.b-e.k12.mn.us under District Information. Submit all required materials to Brian Novak, Brandon-Evansville Public School, P.O. Box 185, Brandon, MN 56315. Or attach and email to bnovak@b-e.k12.mn.us. Posting Closes: Friday, April 16, 2021 (position open, until filled)
about 2 months ago, Erin
We're hiring
Administrative Assistant/Secretary: Brandon-Evansville Public Schools has a front-office/secretarial position available. This is a 12-month full-time position with the potential to become permanent. The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude, be a self-starter, and a quick learner. They will also possess organizational skills; the ability to multitask; complete assignments independently; and work well with others. Basic bookkeeping, receptionist, office, and computer skills required. Must have knowledge of Gmail, Google Applications, Word, Excel and be able to learn new software programs. Applications available online at www.b-e.k12.mn.us Submit resume and application to Brian Novak, Brandon-Evansville Public School, P.O. Box 185, Brandon, MN 56315. Or attach and email to bnovak@b-e.k12.mn.us. The application deadline is Friday, April 16, 2021.
about 2 months ago, Erin
We're Hiring
Junior High BOYS Basketball game scheduled for tonight, 3/18 has been moved to BRANDON Gym!
about 2 months ago, Erin
Date: March 17, 2021 Subject: Coronavirus Confirmed Case-Student Dear Families/Students/Staff, We were notified by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) of a lab confirmed case of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) with a student in the Brandon-Evansville Middle School in Brandon with an exposure date of March 15, 2021. We have 16 confirmed cases of a staff members since the start of school and 17 students in the district. We have worked with local health officials to identify those who had close contact with the cases, and have communicated with them individually. This case was identified as a middle school student. The students and other staff who were identified with exposure are quarantined. Parents of students affected have been contacted and the appropriate course of action has been taken. The risk of exposure for other individuals present in the buildings on that date is no greater than the risk of contracting the virus in the general community. If you were not identified to have close contact with the positive case you should still monitor for symptoms of illness, but do not need to stay home unless symptoms develop. If symptoms develop, stay home and consult with your health care provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed. We understand that this may create unease in our community. We have taken action to clean and sanitize the facility and are working closely with MDH to monitor the situation. We are asking all members of our community to minimize the spread of illness by taking the following actions: · Protect yourself and others by wearing a face covering when it is hard to stay 6 feet away from people; washing your hands often with soap and water; covering your cough and sneeze; and avoiding touching your face with unwashed hands. · If you are sick, stay home from child care and other activities. · Be prepared in case you get sick and need to stay home. Keep enough food, regular prescription drugs, and other necessities on hand in case you need to stay home and are not able to go out easily. · Frequently clean all commonly touched surfaces (e.g., telephones, doorknobs, countertops, etc.). If symptoms develop, stay home and consult with your health care provider to determine if medical evaluation is needed. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, MDH recommends: 1. Stay at home for at least 10 days, and for 24 hours with no fever and improvement of other symptoms (your fever should be gone for 24 hours without using fever-reducing medicine). 2. Use the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website on how to care for yourself at home; see What to Do If You Are Sick: (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/steps-when-sick.html)  3. If your household contacts were exposed to you while you had symptoms, they should try to stay home as much as possible for 14 days. This is a challenging time and I know many of you may be feeling stress or anxiety. We will get through this together as a community, and will be stronger when we emerge. Here are additional resources: · Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/index.html)  · If You Are Sick (COVID-19) (https://www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/sick.html)  · Coronavirus (COVID-19) (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Sincerely, Don Peschel Brian Novak Superintendent Brandon Site Principal Evansville Site Principal
about 2 months ago, Erin
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