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Beaver River Central School serves as a center for education in dynamic partnership with students, staff, parents, and community to provide each student the opportunity to achieve maximum potential in all areas of life and learning now and in the future.

Recent News

Capital Project Survey
The Beaver River Central School Capital Project Committee is looking for input from the community regarding the next capital project. Over the past 5 years the district has improved various portions of our facilities to meet health and safety regulations, maintain and improve the infrastructure and to enhance academic, athletic and community resources.
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Beaver River Board of Education Member Vacancy
The Beaver River Central School Board of Education is a seven-member board whose terms last for five years. Every year terms expire so that there is continuity of board members. We have one (1) vacancy on the Board for this year: Current Board of Education President, Brian LaChausse will seek re-election. Persons interested in running for the vacancy need to meet the following requirements: Be a U.S. citizen Reside in our school district for one year prior to the election Be age 18 years of age or older
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Adult Education Calendar for February and March
Adult Education at BRCS is designed to meet the academic and recreational needs of our community in an adult’s only setting. If you have a special talent or skill you would like to share or a class you would like to see offered, please call Nicole Kuhl at the school at 346-1211 ext.154, or e-mail at nkuhl@brcsd.org. The following classes are being offered during the months of February and March to any interested community member. Please call the appropriate instructor without delay as some classes have seating limits. Some classes may be cancelled if insufficient interest is shown, at which time you will be notified if you have already signed-up. Participation in each class requires a signed physical injury district release form, which the instructor will have prepared for each student during registration. The classes will be offered as scheduled while school is in session. If school closes for a holiday or emergency, the adult education class will also be cancelled.
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New After School Study Hall
There is an after school study hall that can be utilized by students Monday-Friday between 3:21 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Students can stay with Mrs. Miller and do their homework, use the computers, eat snacks and have a safe place to go until 5:15 p.m. Students can ride the late bus home or go to their extra-curricular activity at 5:15. Please feel free to stop by and meet Mrs. Miller in Room 135.
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