Billings School District

Rich in Tradition... Preparing for the Future

118 W. Mt. Vernon, Billings, MO 65610

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  • The Billings School District serves 373 students in grades K-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 instruction is excellent, yeilding a high ranking APR score of 94.6%. 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 qualtiy 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."

District News

  • Snow-Planned Make-up Days: May 14, 15, 16

    The Billings school was dismissed at 12:30 pm, Thursday, January 11, 2017, no make-up required. No school on Monday, January 15th, scheduled off for MLK Day. Snow Day on January 16th-Make-up day will be May 14th. Snow day on January 17th-Make-up day will be May 15th. Snow day on January 18th-Make-up day will be May 16th.

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  • Martin Luther King Day Observance

    No School Monday, January 15, 2018

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  • FEMA Update

    The FEMA Building Project is moving alone nicely, with a substantial completion date set for January 26, 2018. The district will announce an Open House event as we approach the completion date. Everyone is invited to attend this celebration! Date and time of the Open House to be announced soon! Thank you to our patrons for their overwhelming support of our school!

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Superintendent's Message

  •  Cynthia Brandt

    What makes the Billings School so special? I would have to say, I fell in love with our children, faculty and community from the moment I met them.  The people in this town and school district are what make it stand out above all districts. This community is responsive to, and supportive of, this community school. The cornerstone at the entrance of the building reminds me of the pride that is never ending. Once a wildcat, always a wildcat! One great example of this overwhelming community support is with the construction of our new FEMA Building. This idea was on our long range plan and bucket list, but it was the faith and trust the community had that passed the bond issue, allowing the district our required 25%, making the whole idea come to life! To me this is huge! This facility may save lives for generations to come. I am forever grateful for the support of this community and for their dedication to our children!

    Our community sets a high emphasis on the education of its children. Community partnership is a key component of our schools' success. I am grateful that our teachers are dedicated in providing the finest educational opportunities for their children. Teacher expections are high, and you will see evidence of this throughout the building.

    There are many ways one can measure the quality of education in a district. We are confident that our success can be seen in our caring parents, dedicated school board and faculty members, and the outstanding children in the Billings R-IV School District!

     

    Cynthia G. Brandt                                                                                                                                                                   Superintendent of Schools                                                                                                                                                brandtc@billings.k12.mo.us

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