Hope-Page Elementary will have their final Wednesday Walk of the year this Wednesday, May 23rd at 8:25 a.m. Please come out and walk with us one last time! Kindergarten Graduation will be held on Wednesday, May 23rd at 2:00 p.m. in the Page School Gym! Everyone is welcome! Elementary Awards will be at 10 a.m. on May 24th in the Page School Gym. Everyone is welcome!
Thursday, May 24th will be the last day of the school year! Hope-Page Elementary will have their awards ceremony at 10 a.m. in the gym! Anyone is welcome to attend! In celebration of our last day students will be dismissed early to start enjoying their summer! Shuttles will run at 1:10 and the final students will be dismissed at 1:30! Have a great summer!
Archery, It’s Not Just a Sport, It’s a Life Skill! Four members of the Hope-Page Archery team are taking that life skill on the road. After qualifying for Nationals in Minot on March 24th, four students from Hope-Page School recently traveled to Louisville, Kentucky to attend the Archery in the Schools National Tournament. It was quite an honor for these students to participate, along with 15,139 students from across the United States. The North Dakota State tournament qualifies archers in both bullseye and 3D competition. 57 members of the Hope-Page Archery Team attended state in Minot, with 4 qualifying for Nationals. Hayden Thompson and Kylee Phelps qualified in the 3D competition for the Senior High and Middle School age level, while both Jack Thompson and Mackenzie Motter qualified in both 3D and bullseye for the Middle School level. With that Hope-Page had 4 archers travelling to Nationals! Hayden, Kylee, Jack and Mackenzie along with their coach, Marlene Motter, travelled to Louisville on May 9th, 2018. They competed on the 11th and 12th in the National Archery in the Schools Tournament, and then patiently waited for the tournament results. On Saturday, May 12th at about 7 p.m., the results were in and Jack Thompson had qualified for Worlds! He had shot the 26th highest score in the nation, ensuring his trip to the World competition by finishing within the top 30! Jack will compete in the World Tournament in Louisville on June 7th-9th! Good luck Jack!! The Archery program is very thankful to the Hope-Page Schools, the Hope Fire Department for sponsoring our team shirts, and the community has been so incredibly supportive of all of our students and the archery team. We are so very thankful to be a part of such great communities! It means the “WORLD” to us!
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On Wednesday, July 12th, Hope-Page Schools lost a very special Spartan Star. Braden Dahl was a bundle of energy always ready with a smile and a hug. A constant twinkle in his eye making you wonder what he was up too. A prayer service will be held at the church, Sunday Night @ 7:00PM with the funeral Monday at 10:00AM at the Page school. Students and families are invited to come to the Hope-Page Elementary School on Sunday @ 3:00PM to say good-bye with picture, a card or a story. We will also offer grief support and an opportunity to talk if needed.
North Dakota has a new accountability system reported through NDInsights, more commonly referred to as the “Dashboard.” The Dashboard contains reports that display the performance of school districts, schools, and student groups on a set of state and local measures to assist in identifying strengths, challenges, and areas in need of additional support. North Dakota’s new NDInsights website is designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and school – including ours. The North Dakota Dashboard features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including test scores, graduation rates, English Learner progress and attendance. The Dashboard replaces the former School District Report Card and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reports. Please note, the data made available to the public masks or hides data for groups with 10 or fewer students to protect confidential information about individual students. For questions concerning K-12 education data, please contact the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. Web: www.nd.gov/dpi/contact
At Hope-Page Schools, we believe that student learning is the chief priority and all students can learn to their fullest potential. Students will develop their individual talents, critical thinking, and technology skills by being actively engaged in the learning process. Continuous commitment to improvement ensures that our students are well-rounded, self-directed, lifelong learners. By maintaining a safe and optimum learning environment, we provide the opportunity for students to be successful. Promoting high standards and expectations, students, teachers, administrators, parents, and the community share the responsibility for academic success.