"Thank you for considering the School District of Bangor. We would love for you and your child(ren) to become part of our “Small School Building Big Futures. ”Our vision as a school is to personalize learning and relationships so each student has sense of belonging and feels cared for each and every day. In your search for the right school for your child we realize that starting or changing schools is a big step so please contact us at (608) 486-2331 with questions or stop in to set up a tour and meet our staff. We look forward to meeting you in the near future. Again, thank you for considering the Bangor School District."

-David Brokopp
Bangor School Superintendent

Small Class Sizes PreK-12

  • Class sizes in the elementary average between 15-18 students

  • Middle school class sizes range from 16-20 students

  • High school class size range from 15-20 in most classes

Personalized Relationships

  • Small class sizes allow teachers and staff to make personal connections with students

  • Dedicated and passionate staff that understand the importance of connecting with students to make a difference in their learning

1 to 1 iPad Technology

  • iPads for every student in grades K-12

  • Integrated use of iPads in all curricular areas allowing for more student engagement

  • The first school in the region to have one on one technology for every student

  • iPad technology has been in place since 2011

Personalized Learning

  • One on one technology to engage students

  • Four-year old kindergarten program

  • Offerings beginning in middle school in Technology Education, Agriculture, Band, Choir, Family and Consumer Education, Information Technology and more

  • Technical college and four-year university options

  • Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) ongoing work to personalize learning

Great Community Support

  • Community and parent attendance at all events is outstanding

  • Funding and maintaining buildings and facilities to meet the needs of students remain a priority with the Community and the Board of Education

  • 2007 referendum to renovate the elementary school and exceed the revenue cap passed by a three to one margin

  • 1996 referendum to build a new middle/high school passed overwhelmingly

  • The last three referendums to exceed the revenue cap in 2010, 2013 and 2016 all passed with over 60% support


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