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Bell Schedules for 2014-15 for all Buildings:  Earle Brown Elementary: Breakfast 8:15 a.m., Start Time  8:30 a.m. and end time 2:45 p.m.     ***    Brooklyn Center Secondary: Breakfast 7:15 a.m.,  Start time 8:05 a.m., end time 3:05 p.m.   ***  Brooklyn Center Academy:  Breakfast 7:50  a.m. Start time 8:00 a.m., end time 2:30 p.m.  ***Enrollment Center Open for anyone enrolling in the district at Brooklyn Center Secondary, 6500 Humboldt Ave. N., Hours 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday***

Superintendent's Message

On September 25, 2014 we held World Cafes to engage all of our community in conversations about the future of Brooklyn Center Schools. This was the first step in building our Strategic Plan. I would like to thank all of the parents, community partners, staff and secondary students who attended.




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News & Announcements

Brooklyn Center Schools is Hiring Bus Drivers

Brooklyn Center Schools is Hiring Bus Drivers If you or someone you know is interested and would like to learn more about this position, please join us at one of our open houses on Thursday, December 4 from 9:30-11:00 a.m. or 6:00-7:30 p.m. The open houses will be held at Brooklyn Center Secondary in the auditorium lobby. The address is 6500 Humboldt Ave. N. Brooklyn Center 55430.
No quit in point guard on Brooklyn Center girls' basketball team

No quit in point guard on Brooklyn Center girls' basketball team Brooklyn Center’s Keanndra Auld is a gamer and a leader on a team struggling for survival.
Centaurs stun Pirates in boys hoops opener

Centaurs stun Pirates in boys hoops opener
Brooklyn Center students get out the vote

Brooklyn Center students get out the vote While the nation hit the polls for a contentious midterm election, students at Brooklyn Center Community School made their voices heard for their own student government body.
Ebola Information
The ongoing news about Ebola disease remains a topic of concern in our communities because many of our students and families have friends and relatives in the countries most affected by the outbreak. Medical experts continue to do what they do best: diagnosing illness and determining appropriate medical care; working to contain the outbreak in West Africa and prevent additional transmissions within the United States; building capacity in the affected countries; and educating people about the disease. As schools, our common goal is to provide a positive learning and working environment for all students and employees. The emotion around Ebola requires an extra amount of attentiveness to ensure that students and staff with connections to the affected countries are not stigmatized.
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