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Champion Summer Soccer Camp June and July Click here for details
Looking for used computers for low income school kids!
Does your business have desktop or laptop computers that are 8 years old or newer that you have retired or will soon be retiring from service and are ready to recycle?! If so, Bismarck and Mandan Public School Districts are working with PC’s for People to provide FREE refurbished computers to 225 low income students. Donations of workable monitors, keyboards and mice are also needed.
PCs for People’s mobile refurbishing team will travel to Bismarck/Mandan at the end of April to collect all donated equipment. Donations of 10 or more PCs will be picked up for free. Computers will be refurbished and distributed to families on April 16. Refurbishing includes securely wiping all data, make any necessary repairs and upgrades, and installing a new Microsoft Windows 7 license. The school districts are working to identify low-income families and individuals to receive the donated computers.
Business looking to participate in the program and donate their equipment should contact Madeline Tate at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by calling 651-354-2552, Ext. 806. For more information about PCs for People, go to their website at http://www.pcsforpeople.org
The Saint Paul, MN nonprofit organization PCs for People selected the Bismarck/Mandan area to be among communities in the Upper Midwest to take part in a mobile refurbishing project funded by the Otto Bremer Foundation. The project seeks to reduce electronic waste while simultaneously helping bridge the digital divide in the Upper Midwest.
PCs for People is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation headquartered in St. Paul. MN. Since PCs for People started in 1999, the organization has distributed thousands of computers to those in need. PCs for People is a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher, a member of the Recycling Association of Minnesota and the National Association for Information Destruction, and is an authorized vendor by the State of MN.
Mandan 2014-2015 Elementary School Boundries
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2012-2013 School District Profile Notification
Every year the Mandan Public School District, in cooperation with the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, publishes an annual progress report on student achievement called the School District Profile. Information includes school plant performance data and district performance data, as well as information on the district’s assessment, demographics, and the district performance summary.
The 2012-13 profile is available to view at http://www.dpi.state.nd.us/dpi/reports/Profile/1213/30001.htm
News Release: Learn About Local Elected Office Opportunities at March 11 Information Meeting
The Leadership, Pride and Image Committee, responsible for implementing portions of the Mandan Tomorrow strategic plan, is conducting an information session for people exploring the possibility of running for local, elected leadership positions. Intended to encourage candidacy, the information session will occur Tuesday, March 11, from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Braves Center, 901 Division Street NW.
"Our goal is to promote interest in leadership so the public has candidates from which to choose for each open position on the city and county commissions as well as school and park boards," says Committee Chair Laurie Leingang. “The session provides first-hand insight about rewards and challenges in these positions. We hope the information session helps result in candidates who have the abilities to meet expectations.”
Positions up for election in 2014 include two seats on the Mandan City Commission, two on the Morton County Commission, three on the Mandan Park Board, and four on the Mandan School Board including one rural position.
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from current commission and board representatives about their experiences and position responsibilities to determine if public-service is something they should pursue. Information packets provided at the session outline requirements to file for candidacy.
The information session is free. Advance registration is encouraged via the City of Mandan website, Meeting & Event Registration section
, or by contacting Laurie Leingang at 400-8631 or email@example.com.
The Leadership, Pride and Image Committee is charged, among other things, with fostering citizen interest in serving in local government offices. The committee is comprised of business and citizen volunteers.
Members of the Leadership, Pride and Image Committee are Laurie Leingang, Kristi Entzi, Melissa Frohlich, Marci Goldade, Damian Huettl, Pam Mack, Kelly Steckler, and Jason Steffenhagen. Staff liaison is City of Mandan Business Development and Communications Director Ellen Huber.
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