Welcome to Emily Dickinson Elementary School!
Our school community works together to educate the whole child. While we strive to make sure every child can read, write and do math, we also know that each child has unique talents that they will use to help them learn. We have excellent teachers, support staff and parent volunteers that make up our learning community and we celebrate each child's unique gifts.
One special place at Emily Dickinson is Emily’s Garden. Located on the northwest corner of the building, this area features mature trees, native plants, a waterfall and a small amphitheatre. We are very pleased to use Emily’s Garden to extend learning to the outdoors and we encourage you to visit our garden.
We have an inclusive environment that welcomes students with special needs and our upper grades often pair with lower grade level buddies for projects and learning. While academics are important, we know that our children must be healthy to learn and our school focuses on healthy habits and sponsors many such activities through out the course of the year. We also invite you to enjoy the tremendous art displays and music concerts at Emily Dickinson. Just walk in the door and you will experience the excitement and instantly feel welcome.
Elementary Eight opening in August 2013
- Press Release - April 16th, 2013 from Robert J. Watson, Ed.D., Superintendent
BSD7 School Safety Information
The Bozeman Police Department will present a free seminar for parents, teachers and caregivers with children of any age on "Protecting Our Children in a Digital Age," on April 30th, from 6 - 8 p.m. at Bozeman City Hall (121 North Rouse) in the City Commission Meeting Room . The event is not to be missed by anyone with an earnest desire to protect their children and better understand the technology-facilitated crimes that children are faced with today.
- Protecting Our Children Flyer - April 30th, 2013
- Alert Update - March 19, 2013
- MSU Alert - Attempted Kidnapping
- Tips for talking with your children about stranger danger - from the National Crime Prevention Council
- District Safety Initiatives Document
- Resource guide for parents & teachers when talking with children about crisis & tragedy
- Additional Resources: www.nasponline.org
- Announcement to parents regarding use of canine detection services at Middle Schools and High School Document
The Summer 6 Reading Challenge
Guidance for School Administrators to Help Reduce the Spread of Seasonal Influenza in K-12 Schools
Bozeman School District has had our first cases of influenza this week. Signs of influenza include: fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, fatigue.