Bus-driver vacancy

Bertrand Community School has an opening for a Bus-Driver position to begin this academic year and continue to the 2021-2022 academic year. This position will be linked to driving a morning or afternoon route or both.  The current pay per route is $52.97.   Applicants must have all the required driving endorsements set by the DMV and NDE.  Bertrand Community School will help guide and facilitate the training and driving requirements needed to obtain the proper certification. 

Those interested in applying should pick up an application packet from the office at Bertrand Community School as soon as possible.  This position is open until filled…Bertrand Community School is an E.O.E. 

2020-2021 First semester Honor Roll

High Distinction — 95% or higher GPA

Distinction — 93% or higher GPA

Honorable Mention — 91% or higher GPA

Grade

Name

Rank

12

12

12

12

12

12

12

11

11

11

11

10

10

09

08

08

08

08

08

08

08

08

08

07

07

07

10

10

09

09

09

08

08

08

07

07

12

12

12

11

10

10

10

10

09

09

09

08

07

07

Arik Ackerman

Landon Andersen

Erin Boggs

Trista Callahan

Aleya Hueftle

Karley Patterson

Anna Pelton

Abby Scholz

Johanna Ford

Kayne Gonzalez

Jordan Hilmer

Leah Schutz

Reece Vinzant

Bethany Pelton

Emma Brown

Marie Ford

Kayden Hatfield

Marcus Hernandez

Gracie Hock

Quentin Mumm

Garrett Scholz

Logan Schutz

Eric Wood

August Nelson

Waylon Olesen

Shelby Schoene

Kaylee Dodson

Lane Schoff

Gabriel Bojorquez

Gracianne Wilcox

Ella Brown

Carson Hansen

Jorjanna High

Aislin Kidder

Addison Andersen

Creston Wagner

Jackson Furlong

Seaver Goldfish

Macie Steinbrink

Bryce Philips

Dashiell Alexander

Chonsey Bieker

Sadie Maloley

Analease Wengel

Said Lopez

Dawson Newcomb

Allyson Schoff

Brooklyn Evans

Ashlynn Edgren

Landon Patterson

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

High Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention

Covid 19 guidelines for BCS

Please click on the link for new Covid 19 guidelines!

Bertrand Community School Families,

Due to the recent spike and increase of COVID-19 cases in Phelps County and Two-Rivers Health District, Bertrand Community School will be requiring masks in all high traffic areas. Those areas include hallways, transition time between classes, buses, and when students enter and leave the building.  Consistent use of masks is an appropriate mitigation strategy to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and is strongly encouraged by the CDC.

We understand that students need a break from masking. During classroom time, it will be at the teachers’ discretion as to when the masks can be taken off.   For example, if students are working individually at their desk or table, the mask can be removed.  However, if students are involved in small group activities, they should be masked.  Again, teachers will have the discretion to make those decisions for students in the classrooms. Having students wear masks is a safety precaution during school, and, as always, our main priority is to keep all students and staff safe during this unprecedented time of COVID-19.  

Students who do not feel comfortable wearing a mask may wear a clear plastic shield. 

Bertrand Community School will provide masks and shields as long as products are available.  If a student chooses to wear a shield, that shield will need to stay at school.  The shield will be sanitized for reuse for the student.  The school district will have disposable masks available.  Each student has been given multiple cloth masks to start the school year, we ask that those masks be used.  Please wash those masks after each daily use. 

COVID-19 Terminology

Direct contact- is someone who lives in the same household 

Close contact-is someone who is unmasked and within 6 feet, for 15 minutes or longer of someone who is COVID positive

Home isolation-is 10 days from the date you were tested, continuing to monitor symptoms

Home quarantine-is 14 days starting from the date of your last contact with the COVID positive person, continuing to monitor symptoms

Symptoms-fever of 100.4 or higher, cough, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, loss of taste or smell, shortness of breath

Self-monitoring-watch for symptoms of COVID-19 in school, in home isolation, or in home quarantine

 COVID-19 Guidelines

Contact the school office if you have been tested for COVID-19. 

Contact the school office if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

If you are having symptoms-fever of 100.4 or higher, cough, nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, loss of taste & smell, & shortness of breath, please stay home

While awaiting COVID-19 test results, anyone who is tested and a direct contact with the person being tested must be quarantined.  A direct contact is anyone who lives in the same household as the person being tested. 

Home quarantine can end if you remain symptom free after 14 days

Home isolation starts for 10 days from when you have been tested.  The 10 days starts from the day you were tested and you must continue to monitor symptoms.

Home isolation can end if you are fever free after the 10 days without using fever reducing medication such as Tylenol

Close contact is closer than 6 feet, unmasked, for 15 minutes or longer

As this COVID-19 spike in our area continues, we ask that communication be open.  Our main goal is to keep all students and staff as safe as possible at this time.  We want to keep the students in school and in session.  This pandemic continues to throw challenges at all of us, so we need to work together as one, with respect, flexibility, and understanding.  If you have questions, please call the office and speak to Mr. Kidder or Mr. Brown.  

Sincerely,

Mr. Brown