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Bayard Students and Staff Achieve Significant Accomplishments!

From the Superintendent's Standpoint By Travis Miller Bayard Students Achieve Significant Accomplishments! It is hard to believe that school is starting again already within the next month!  I hope that the . . .

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The Best Gifts

From the Superintendent's Standpoint By Travis Miller The Best Gifts As we near Christmas break I cannot help but think about how blessed we are to live in Bayard, Nebraska.  In a world that seems to rush to . . .

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District Instructional Model is a “Playbook” for Teaching and Learning

From the Superintendent's Standpoint   By Travis Miller   District Instructional Model is a “Playbook” for Teaching and Learning   At Bayard Public Schools our students are . . .

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If it Makes You Wonder, Call the Number!

From the Superintendent's Standpoing  By Travis Miller If it Makes You Wonder, Call the Number!   Over the past few days we have been shocked and saddened by the tragic loss of the lives of young people . . .

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The Beach Boys Were Right: Be True to Your School!

From the Superintendent's Standpoint By Travis Miller   The Beach Boys Were Right:  Be True to Your School! “When some loud braggart tries to put me down And says his school is great I tell . . .

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Educating Students in a "Flat World"

From the Superintendent's Standpoint By Travis Miller Educating Students in a "Flat World"   I recently had the opportunity to read The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman.  This book discusses . . .

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Attendance Matters

From the Superintendent's Standpoint By Travis Miller   Attendance Matters I recently had the opportunity to hear Dr. Roger Breed, Commissioner of Education for the State of Nebraska, speak about the . . .

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The Importance of Self-Control

From the Superintendent’s Standpoint By Travis Miller The Importance of Self-Control I recently had the opportunity to attend a professional meeting with educators from across the Nebraska Panhandle . . .

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