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Mission Statement

"Learning Today...Leading Tomorrow..."

Recognizing that the future of America depends upon an informed and educated citizenry; and acknowledging that it is the responsibility of the public schools to provide the opportunity to acquire knowledge, to inspire learning, and to foster personal responsibility in the young people entrusted to them, the Mobridge-Pollock Board of Education sets forth the following statement of philosophy.

The primary function of the Mobridge-Pollock Public School System is to promote the well-rounded and
continuous growth of its youth into effective citizens in a democratic society. To attain this goal the school shall
endeavor to provide a suitable environment for helpful guidance, training, and experiences which will assist each
student to become better adjusted in his/her family, social, and business relationships, concerned for his/her own
welfare and the welfare of others, open-minded on controversial issues, trained in work habits, skills, and
logical reasoning, and prepared for profitable and gratifying use of leisure time. Furthermore, the school
shall endeavor to provide for the physical and moral wellbeing of each student. Finally, the school shall cooperate
with the home, church, and other community forces to build the educative experience of its youth.

Recent News

Infinite Campus - New Mobile App for Parents and Students

Parents and students, We are excited to inform you Infinite Campus has two new and improved mobile apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more. If you are using the old Infinite Campus app, please download the new app. The old app will no longer be supported.

4th and 5th Grade STEAM Night

Robotics is hosting a STEAM paper rocket launching night. Please join us on Tuesday, September 18th in the High School Commons.
4th and 5th Grade STEAM Night Featured Photo

Homecoming Doors

3rd, 4th, and 5th graders decorated their classroom doors in the Upper Elementary to celebrate Homecoming week.
Homecoming Doors Featured Photo

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