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Parents and students of all SPS schools. This Wednesday, August 24th is NOT an early out Wednesday. This is the only Wednesday of the year that we have a school day until 3:15. 
Resurfacing work has begun on the North Parking Lot at the high school and the parking lot will be closed to all traffic for the duration of the project—most of the summer.  The high school oval will also be closed in the near future as well.  Please be aware of all construction signage and equipment in use during the projects.  Thank You

Current Job Openings in our Schools:
Math Teacher 
Route Bus Driver
Substitute Teachers/Aides
Substitute Route Bus Drivers
Activity Bus Drivers
Freshman Football Coach 
Middle School Volleyball Coach 
Middle School Cheer Coach 
Head High School Girls Basketball Coach
Middle School Girls Basketball Coach
Elementary Girls Basketball Coach 
Middle School Boys Basketball
Elementary Boys Basketball
Middle School Track Coach
Intramural Basketball Coach 
 School Starts August 24 for K-6, 9th Grades and all new students
School Starts for the rest on August 25th.  If you are a new student that will be attending school in Sidney in August, 
 please go to Central Elementary School (the district office) to begin the registration process as soon as possible. 
Accurate student numbers for each grade level are essential in staff planning/hiring needs.  

Inspiring Students to Learn Today to Thrive Tomorrow

  • High School North Parking Closed

    Work should be fully be completed during the next few days in the North Parking lot.  It will be accessible for the football game this Friday.  It is unlikely that the parking lot will be striped at that time and we ask people to use the southwest entry drive to enter and the northwest drive to exit the parking lot.  This will be the flow pattern when fully completed.

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  • Adult Education-Professional Development Survey

    Sidney Public Schools provides the opportunity for adults to learn new skills through adult education classes. These classes can improve the quality of life for adults who need to learn new skills for their jobs, learn new hobbies or improve the skills for hobbies that already have, improve their overall health through exercise classes and so much more. The cost for participants is very affordable.

    In order to better serve the community, we are requesting information that would help us plan classes and recruit new adult education staff. Staff do not need to have a college degree or special certification in order to teach a class. Teachers are compensated.

    The purpose of this short survey assessing the educational and professional needs of ALL adult community members in an effort to provide meaningful adult education classes.   Please complete the survey by clicking on the link below.  Thank you for your input.

    Survey Link

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  • Middle School Parents Meeting
    Aug. 22nd - 6:00 PM SMS Auditorium



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  • ATTENTION 7th grade parents!  A Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and ancillary pertussis, whooping cough) booster vaccination is mandated by state law prior to the beginning of the 7th grade year. The only exceptions under Montana law are medical exemptions, filed by a health care professional, and religious exemptions, which must be notarized and filed yearly. Based upon records we have received from previous schools, parents themselves, and the Richland County Health Dept. If you know your child is in need of a Tdap booster, please take care of this immediately, either by your primary health care provider, or at the Richland County Health Dept. RCHD gives vaccinations, every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from noon to 4:30, as well as the second Wednesday of every month from noon to 6:00, and the third Thursday of every month from 1:00 to 4:00. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Schell at 433-5125

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