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The mission of our school is to work with students, parents, staff, and the community, promoting growth and pride in learning. 
Our promise is all students will receive respect, encouragement,  and opportunities,  in hopes of  finding the knowledge, skills, 
and attitudes to join a successful career and become honorary members of our society for years to come.


(715) 324-5314 | Fax- (715) 324-5282 | P.O. Box 247


                                                                                                
 
Pembine High is recognized in the National Rankings and earned a bronze medal. Schools are ranked based on their performance on state-required tests and how well they prepare students for college.  Way to go Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine School!!  Keep up the GREAT work!


Our district cooperates with approved community partners by posting eflyers online and distributing them electronically through our service provider, Peachjar. As part of our efforts to increase parent communication, embrace innovative technology, and maintain fiscal responsibility, we are transitioning from paper to electro

nic flyer delivery.

To request flyer approval, please contact the school office. Once approved, your flyer will be emailed to all parents and posted online. 


  
2015-2016 Yearbook Available now!! 
Only $41
See Mrs. Bracket for details 
  


                                                                                                                                                               
 

http://www.pembine.k12.wi.us/home/pembine-ways-to-success

During the 16-17 School Year, the Beecher Dunbar Pembine School districts PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports) Program recognizes students behaving in “The Panther Way” daily, weekly and monthly.  Being Respectful, Responsible, Safe and Productive are the key expectations the staff at BDP are acknowledging through the school-wide PBIS program. 
 

Staff hands out Panther Paw’s to students exhibiting “The Panther Way” on a daily basis.  The students can then use the Paws to purchase items in The Panther Trade Shoppe, which is operated by a group of students in the Modified Business Management class.  The items in the store have been donated by staff, students, parents, and the community as a whole, with small businesses participating as well larger businesses awarding grant money to fund the PBIS program.


View PBIS winners here


First Day of School


The teacher's greeted all of the students coming into the school.  We hope to have a great year!   

No school on Monday, October 3 and Tuesday, October 4.