8:00 AM - 9:00 AM PROM has been rescheduled for May 9th at the Tower Club.
April 6, 2020
Updates on the COVID-19
March 16, 2020-Letter to parents
Letter to Parents-click to open
Meal Service Information
The Billings School will be providing meal service, breakfast and lunch with the Grab-N-Go option, beginning Wednesday and Thursday this week. We will not have this service on Friday or Monday, March 20th and 23rd, as these days were scheduled calendar days not in session, under the program guidelines. The service will resume again on Tuesday, March 24th. The process is as follows:
- Pick-up service will be available from 11:00 am-12:00 pm, providing lunch for that day and breakfast for the following morning, two separate bags
- Pick-up location will be in the back of the school, cafeteria door area
- Any kid under 18 may participate, and receive these free meals
- Meals will be handed to you through your car window
- You do not need to sign-up, just come through the line between 11:00-12:00 to participate.
If you need assistance, please contact Cynthia Brandt, Superintendent at 417-744-2623.
March 18, 2020-PROM NEWS, Due to current circumstances, PROM has been rescheduled for May 9th, at the Tower Club.
March 19, 2020- Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education-"There is a time and a place for statewide required assessments and now is not the time. Effective immediately, Missouri will be cancelling statewide required assessments for this school year" said Missouri Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven.
March 24, 2020-I hope you are all doing well! As you may know, Greene County is under a 30 day stay at home order, beginning Thursday, March 26th at 12:01 am , with Christian County to vote on the stay at home on Wednesday. We will keep you updated as new information comes in. Stay safe and take good care! Mrs. Brandt
March 25, 2020-The Christian County Commission voted 3-0 to start a 30-day-stay-at home order at 12:01 a.m. March 26 (Thursday). The order largely mirrors orders enacted in Springfield, Green County and Ozark. For the full article, follow the link, Christian County orders residents to stay at home
March 26, 2020-Extended closure for the Billings R-IV School District. The Billings R-IV School District announces they will remain closed through April 24, 2020.
March 30, 2020-Faculty/Administration Zoom meeting to discuss changes in delivery of instruction for Preschool-12th grade students.
With the extended closure, we will be sending one Chrome Book home to each of our families for their students to use on assignments and enrichment activities. Paper packets will be delivered by Administration, on buses Friday, to the Preschool-6th grade homes, and to those families without internet. Junior High and High School students with internet access will receive instruction through Google Classroom.They will receive an invitation to join.
Chrome Books will be available to pick up for all grade levels on Saturday from 9:00-12:00 pm. A parent must be present to sign the release form. Remember one per family. If you cannot pick up your Chrome Book on Saturday, send an email to email@example.com, and we can arrange to have it delivered. Our goal is to provide online enrichment activities as well as lessons more specialized to our students and classes.
We Welcome You!
The Billings School District serves 383 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, yielding a high ranking APR score of 99.8%. 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."