Welcome new Superintendent Dr. Willert to the Brainerd Public Schools

School Board Chair Ruth Nelson shakes hands after board offers Dr. Willert the position. 
Learn more about our new Superintendent by reading the 
information in the Marshall Independent Newspaper.  

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FMS participates....
Water Week 
Was a service learning project on March 3th-7th. The project allows us to partner with small rural  schools in Nicaragua to help provide hand washing stations, vented  latrines, and hygiene education. ALL of the money raised by Forestview goes towards the  construction projects for the schools. Click here to view photos of our completed projects from the last two years.  We are very proud of them! H2O for Life, a non profit, has a goal of funding water, sanitation and hygiene education for schools in developing countries.  The average walk for water in these countries is 3 miles, and can take up to 6 hours daily. The brunt of the responsibility to carry the water falls on the women and girls in these countries. The average water load is 40 – 50 pounds. Girls often drop out of school once they are old enough to begin carrying water.  A lack of bathrooms at schools also forces young women to drop out.
NCRC...what is it? 
Brainerd Students are getting ready to work!! Currently, 91 students have earned the certificate.  This includes 10 awarded at the bronze level, 62 at the silver level, and 19 at the gold level.  We do not yet have any students who earned the platinum level certificate.  Let me know if you would like any more information about the test.
NCRC test learn more....

Perfect ACT Scores! 
Connor Gunsbury and Clark Hickman each received a letter of invitation to apply for this year's competition.  
The U.S. Presidential Scholars Program was established in 1964, by executive order of the President, to recognize and honor some of our nation's most distinguished graduating high school seniors. In 1979, the program was extended to recognize students who demonstrate exceptional talent in the visual, creative and performing arts. Each year, up to 141 students are named as Presidential Scholars, one of the nation's highest honors for high school students.