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Schools Bismarck ND

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Roosevelt Elementary School
(701) 323-4240
613 W Avenue B
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
KG-6
Total No. Students
152
School County
Burleigh

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Rita Murphy Elementary School
(701) 323-4190
611 N 31st St
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
KG-6
Total No. Students
684
School County
Burleigh

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Grimsrud Elementary School
(701) 323-4150
716 St Benedict Dr
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
KG-6
Total No. Students
319
School County
Burleigh

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Will-moore Elementary School
(701) 323-4270
400 E Avenue E
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
KG-6
Total No. Students
337
School County
Burleigh

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Saxvik Elementary School
(701) 323-4250
523 N 21st St
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
PK-6
Total No. Students
261
School County
Burleigh

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Northridge Elementary School
(701) 323-4210
1727 N 3rd St
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
PK-6
Total No. Students
693
School County
Burleigh

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Pioneer Elementary School
(701) 323-4220
1400 Braman Ave
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
PK-6
Total No. Students
291
School County
Burleigh

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Highland Acres Elementary School
(701) 323-4160
1200 Prairie Dr
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
KG-6
Total No. Students
138
School County
Burleigh

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South Central Alternative School
(701) 323-4520
806 N Washington St
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
88
School County
Burleigh

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Robert Place Miller Elementary School
(701) 323-4170
1989 N 20th St
Bismarck, ND
Grade Range
KG-6
Total No. Students
506
School County
Burleigh

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State regulations governing home schooling

Legal Option: Establish and operate a home school

Attendance: 175 days per year, four hours per day

Subjects: English language arts, including reading, composition, creative writing, English grammar and spelling; mathematics; social studies, including the U.S. Constitution, U.S. history, geography and government; science, including agriculture, physical education

Qualifications: Possess either: 1. A teaching certificate, or 2. A bachelor's degree, or 3. A high school diploma or GED and be monitored by a certified teacher during the first year of home instruction, monitoring must continue thereafter if child scores below the 50th

Notice: File annual notice of intent with the local superintendent 14 days prior to the start of the home school or within 14 days of establishing residency inside the district. For developmentally disabled children: In addition to above, file a copy of the child's diagnosis from a licensed psychologist along with an individualized education program developed and followed by the child's school district and parent or by a team selected and compensated by the parent.

Record-keeping: Take a standardized achievement test in grades 4, 6, 8 and 10; must be administered by a certified teacher; results must be provided to the local superintendent; a basic composite score below the 30th percentile requires a professional assessment for lear

Testing:

Legal Option: Operate a home school as a county- and state-approved private school

Attendance: Same as public schools

Subjects: English language arts, including reading, composition, creative writing, English grammar and spelling; mathematics; social studies, including the U.S. Constitution, U.S. history, geography and government; science, including agriculture, physical education

Qualifications: Teacher certification

Notice: A de facto part of the approval process

Record-keeping: None

Testing: None

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