We are Learners, Leaders, Achievers, and Believers.
Hope-Page School District #85 is a state-accredited K-12 district in Barnes, Cass, Griggs, and Steele counties. Our district currently has approximately 165 kids enrolled PreK-12. Our current facilities are set up with serving grades PreK-6 in Page and with serving grades 7-12 located in Hope (approx. 13 miles apart). Classroom sizes range from 10-20 students, offering one classroom per grade level. We currently enjoy positive, strong working environment with approx. 45 full- and part-time staff members including administration, teachers, office personnel, paraprofessionals, bus drivers, custodians, coaches/advisors, and cooks.
The heart of strong and progressive communities is its schools. The Hope and Page School Districts operated under a Cooperative Agreement for nearly two decades. In 2019, the two districts were reorganized into a single District to encourage continued growth and innovation by allowing the school district to maximize the use of resources. The stability brought by the reorganization plan has ensured a visible presence of the established tradition of providing a high-quality educational experience for every student.
Students are offered a wide variety of opportunities. A few of those offerings include numerous extra-curricular activities including sports for ages 4th grade-high school, FCCLA, FFA, Archery, Speech, Music, 1:1 with technology, dual credit/online/ITV courses, a growing STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) program, and becoming a Top 20 School. A Top 20 school is intentionally implementing Top 20 principles and practices in order to fulfill the overall mission: to create a safe and healthy culture for all members of the school community and develop their potential to think, learn and communicate more effectively. This results in a positive difference in the lives, relationships and experiences of all involved.
To inspire and educate all students for success in a changing world.
Our vision is to build a culture of collaboration among our school, students, and communities. We will ensure a safe learning environment that supports personalized educational experiences and inspires student success.
We are Learners, Leaders, Achievers, and Believers. We will change the world.
Our Strategic Priorities
Academic Engagement- Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum, Student Support, 21st Century Learner
Social Emotional Learning- Social and Emotional Learning Skills
Communication- Comprehensive and Relevant Communication Plan
Technology- Integrated Technology
Operational Excellence- Long Range Planning
To learn more, please visit –www.hope-page.k12.nd.us or follow us on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
Hope Early Learning Center
The Hope Early Learning Center (HELC) was started in 2008 and organized as a 501c(3). It is a licensed daycare center for up to 30 children. The HELC offers full-time daycare options and drop in care when available. The daycare facility is comprised of 3 levels; The main entrance leads to the main play area and access to fenced in play area behind the building. The upper level is used for meal prep and lunch assembly along with the infant quarters. The downstairs is the toddler area as well as laundry room and sleeping area.
The HELC is open 7am to 5:15pm, Monday through Friday. To schedule a visit or tour the facility, please contact the manager.
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