North Branch Area Public Schools
North Branch Area Public Schools recently completed a comprehensive study of its facilities. Now, a group is being put together to analyze that study and go through the process of planning for the future. If you would like to be considered for the Facilities Study Group, please fill out the online a...Read More
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Father returns home from deployment in Afghanistan,  surprises children at schools When Army Spc. Eric Trudeau’s 3-year-old boy, Wyatt, saw his father at North Branch Area High School Thursday, he rushed into his dad’s arms. Father embraced son, and there were smiles on both of their faces. Th...Read More
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We are proud as a school district to announce yet another partnership between the school district and the community. Activities/Community Education Director Brett Carlson has been working very closely with community member Barb Hensch, of the North Branch Area Athletic Association, toward providing ...Read More
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Six-year-old special education student was the alleged victim North Branch Area Public Schools is facing a $500,000 lawsuit lodged by the lawyers of a woman who says her then-6-year-old son was sexually assaulted by a middle school student on a district school bus in April of last year. According to...Read More
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Spring break is upon us and with it comes the knowledge that the school year is starting to wind down. One sure sign of spring is the Sunrise River School carnival. This year’s carnival is 5-8:30 p.m. Friday, April 4. As in previous years, we will run shuttle service from both the high school and ...Read More
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By a unanimous decision at its March 13 regular meeting, the NBAPS School Board decided to go back to a five-day school week. The decision was just one of the many assumptions that were approved when the board finalized its 2014-2015 budget at the meeting. Prior to the regular meeting, the board hel...Read More
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