Junior class representatives accepted a $5000 check from Ashley for the Arts after providing volunteers during the event this summer. Over 35,000 people attended Ashley for the Arts, raising over $300,000 for area charities and schools.
On January 4 and 5, Bill Quackenbush, a Ho-Chunk Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, presented information on the Ho-Chunk Courting Flute to the 6th grade General Music classes. He makes many flutes himself, and showed the class how the flutes are made, gave the background on the Courting flute, and played for the class.
Hello Black River Falls Community, this is Dr. Shelly Severson with the School District of Black River Falls here to share this week's’ installment of our Spotlight on Schools! As the calendar pages turn, or a whole new calendar is hung for the year, it seems appropriate to take a little time to reflect on some of the highlights of the previous year and to forecast hopes and dreams for the year ahead.
As we look back on the 2016 year there is much to celebrate. The state School Report Cards show that we are moving the needle when it comes to the achievement of all of our students. We are closing achievement gaps faster than the state average and moving kids forward!
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The Black River Falls District Office building is located at 301 North 4th Street in Black River Falls, Wisconsin.
You can reach us by phone at 715-284-4357, or you can contact staff members using information found at the contact page. Our FAX number is 715-284-7064.
Asbestos Management Plan Notification
In compliance with the U. S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) and the Asbestos
Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA),
this is notice that the School District of Black
River Falls has an Asbestos Management Plan
at the District Office. The plan is available for inspection by the public, parents, and district employees. The District performs six month periodic surveillance of asbestos in June and December and full re-inspections every three years. For more information please contact the District Office.
Indoor Environmental Quality Management Plan Annual Notice
The School District of Black River Falls would
like to inform staff, students, parents and the
public of the District’s indoor environmental
quality (IEQ) management plan. The plan was initially developed in 2013 and is reviewed as necessary. The plan was developed as deemed appropriate for the District. Questions and concerns should be directed to the IEQ Coordinator Joe Schmit. Copies of the plan are available at the District Office for a fee. The District Office is located at 301 North Fourth Street, Black River Falls WI.