District News

Important Updates from Bourne Public Schools on Remote Learning Important Message

Please Read the following updates from Bourne Public Schools on Remote Learning.


BHS I-Studio Helps Make Face Shields for COVID-19 Faceshield

Bourne High School teacher and Innovation Studio facilitator, Amy Fish, has joined with Mashpee and Cape Cod Community College, as organized by the Cape Cod Makers to develop a design to print 3D face shields, as requested by Cape Cod Health Care.

Scholarship Opportunity from the Friends of the Jonathan Bourne Public Library Scholarships

CLICK HERE for the 2020 scholarship application from the Friends of the Jonathan Bourne Public Library. 

Superintendent Update on COVID-19 03/22/2020 Letter from the Superintendent

CLICK HERE to read an update from Superintendent Dr. Zhou on COVID-19. 

Superintendent Update on the Coronavirus 03/18/2020 Letter from the Superintendent

CLICK HERE to read the update from Superintendent Dr. Zhou on the COVID-19. 

Update from the Superintendent on Meals, Medication, and More New Update

CLICK HERE to read the most recent update from the Superintendent.

Keep Students Connected to Learning and School Check It Out

Out of abundance of caution, Bourne Public Schools will be closed March 16 through April 6 (3 weeks). This is due to the state-wide school closure that Governor Baker declared in his press conference today. . In order to allow students to stay connected and engaged in learning during this time each school has prepared the following activities. Please check out this learning resources over the next two weeks. 

BPS Postponed or Canceled Events & Activities Updates

Check this news story for updates on events and activities associated with Bourne Public Schools that have been postponed and/or canceled. Bourne Public Schools will update this site as the status of events changes. Events are being considered and decisions are being made on an ongoing basis. 

BPS Coronavirus Update 3.12.2020 Important Information Please Read

CLICK HERE for an update on Bourne Public School's response to the Coronavirus. 

Joint COVID-19 Statement From the Town of Bourne, School, and Health Officials Important Message Please Read

CLICK HERE to read the Joint Letter on COVID-19.

Update from the Superintendent on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Important Message: Please Read

Click here to read the letter from Superintendent Dr. Zhou on COVID-19.

BHS Students Earn Most Awards Ever at Regional Science Fair Science Fair Award

Congratulations to Bourne High School students Yasmin Nyman, Kai Chen, Emily Pike, Lily Evans, Jerome Packard, and Jaimon Scott on qualifying for the State Science Fair to be held in May. 

BHS Spring METG Drama Festival Competition Festival 2020 Prelims

The Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild's (METG) Drama Festival Season is in full swing - check out all the details by reading our related news story!

Bourne Public Schools Recommended Budget FY21 Bourne to Be Respectful, Responsible, and Safe

Bourne Public Schools presented the proposed budget for the fiscal yer 2021 at the March 4, 2020 School Committee Meeting. Review the documents below:

Budget Presentation

FY21 Budget Summary 

Senior Class of 2020 News and Information Class of 2020

Please read the full news story to get information about end of the year senior class activities and graduation related information!

Bourne Public Schools Placed on the College Board’s 10th Annual AP® District Honor Roll AP Honor Roll

The College Board has just reached out to share the exciting news that our district is one of only 250 in the United States and Canada that has earned a position on the 10th Annual AP District Honor Roll!  The annual AP District Honor Roll recognizes districts for increasing access to Advanced Placement course work while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. Honor Roll Districts defy the expectation that expanding access automatically results in a decline in the percentage of exams earning scores of 3 or better. Reaching these goals indicates that our district is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are likely to benefit from rigorous AP course work.  For complete story, click here!

Congratulations to all of our teachers district wide in their efforts to support a high quality education for all students PreK -12!