Statement from Brainerd Public Schools
The Administration of Brainerd Public Schools has been notified that the 2016-2017 high school yearbook contains highly disrespectful statements from students about political figures, including the President of the United States. The Administration was previously unaware of the students’ statements in the yearbook. The District does not support or otherwise endorse any disrespectful or politically based statements that are in the yearbook and apologizes for the statements that were included. While the District supports Free Speech, the disrespectful statements in the yearbook are contrary to the basic educational mission of the District and should not have been included in a school sponsored publication. The Administration is currently investigating how this occurred and is reviewing the District’s processes to ensure that this type of unacceptable situation does not occur in the future. The Administration deeply regrets that the existing processes for reviewing the yearbook did not result in the removal of the inappropriate statements.
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Blueprint 181

District Launches Public Listening Sessions, New Planning Website

Brainerd Public Schools recently launched Blueprint 181 which brings facilities planning into a new phase focused on community-wide discussion of options to address school needs. Please join us and share your thoughts and questions with our district leaders!

See more information here

Read the Brainerd Dispatch article here

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Superintendent Larson's Newsletter

April 2017

This month, Superintendent Larson is joined by Riverside Elementary students, Bianca, Isabella, Joe, and Tristan as they help report the news of the District!

Watch the video here

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Community Education

Register Now for Summer!

Registration is now open for Summer 2017. Register online  here

If you prefer thumbing through all the options, check your mailbox. A hard copy of the guide started mailing out on April 7.