Mark your calendars for Fill the Bus
Mark your calendars for Fill the Bus on Thursday, Aug. 20, 6 am-6 pm, at the Red Carpet Car Washes by Century High School or on Washington Street & Expressway. Drop off new school supplies or monetary donations to buy supplies for kids in need!
For each schools lists, go to the school’s homepage, click the Resources tab, then School Supply List.
Can’t make it that day but would like to participate? Click here to donate.
Parents who are in need of school supplies for their children should contact their children’s schools in mid-August with the grade levels of each child and when they can pick up the materials, which will typically be on the first day of school.
Donate to local Schools thru Coca-Cola Give
With Coke.com/give, every purchase of your favorite Coca-Cola beverages is an opportunity to make a difference to schools and causes in your community. To donate, simply visit Coke.com/give, select the school or cause of your choice and scan or enter product codes from participating Coca-Cola products.
BPS Athletes in Need
Athletics can be an important time in a student’s life, building social, emotional and physical skills they will carry with them. We never know who may benefit from your donation to Bismarck Public Schools Foundation – a few dollars can go a long way to help BPS students have a great future.
Giving Hearts & Inclusive Sports
Thanks to everyone who donated toward matching a $10,000 endowed gift that was generously given by John G. Morrison and Beth Nodland dedicated to the Inclusive Sports program.
Bismarck Public Schools Foundation and Bismarck Public Schools is kicking off Inclusive Sports, which unites athletes with and without disabilities in athletic competition. The purpose of Inclusive Sports is to give all students the opportunity to be on a team and wear a school uniform whether they are disabled or not. Bismarck Public Schools would be the first to start Inclusive Sports in North Dakota with flag football at the high school level this fall followed by bowling, then track this spring.
BPS Athletic Fields Fund
The newly-renamed Sanford Sports Complex is located west of Legacy High School at 3306 E. Calgary Ave. It’s will be used by public and non-public schools as well as colleges in our community. It includes fields for baseball, softball, football, and soccer, as well as a track, tennis courts, and concessions area. To learn more or TO DONATE to this public-private partnership, click here.
Reserve a Fence Sign at the BPS Athletic Complex Baseball Field.
- 6ft x 8ft for the full baseball season (March – August)
- All care, repair and storage of sign is included
- $1000 per year for 5 years
- $3500 paid in full, good for 5 years
Meet the Board
The purpose of the BPSF Advisory Board is to to serve as directors for the Bismarck Public School Foundation re: the generation and use of BPS Foundation funds and gifts; to seek funds and other gifts to strengthen educational programs and services for Bismarck Public Schools and to develop by-laws, policies, and procedures which will encourage and enhance contributions to the BPS Foundation.