Billings School District

Rich in Tradition... Preparing for the Future

118 W. Mt. Vernon, Billings, MO 65610

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Superintendent's Updates

  • Dear Parents and Guardians,

    I wanted to provide you with an additional update on our current COVID numbers, as many of our neighboring schools have announced closures. As of today, the Billings School has 10 students and faculty combined testing positive with COVID, with 4 to return tomorrow. Our K-12 attendance today was 92.38 %. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please contact me at 417 838-4609. Thank you for your continued support of our school!

    Take good care,

    Cynthia Brandt
    The Billings School Board of Education Approves Land Purchase for Future Growth



    COVID-19 Statistics for Billings School

    Updated, Monday, 1/17/2022
    12 cases
    Four County positivity average-27.67%



















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  • The Billings School District serves 383 students in grades PK-12. The district has one elementary school and one junior high/high school. We are one of the few schools remaining with all schools located on one campus, which provides a unique opportunity for our students to meet and get to know others outside their particular grade level. Our faculty, staff and administrators are highly qualified and student focused. Our motto is "Rich in Tradition. . . Preparing for the Future."  Our goal is to create an exemplary school district that is recognized for the caliber of our students, the quality of our teachers and staff, and the excellence of our instruction. We believe in the value of integrity, hard work and quality education. 


    "The Mission of Billings School District, which is progressive and rich in tradition, is to provide a student-centered educational experience guaranteeing our graduates are prepared, confident, and willing to creatively and effectively meet life's challenges."