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Items For Sale

Benson Schools has metal and woodworking equipment for sale (see pictures below). The district will accept bids on a first come, first served basis. Bids must be submitted by Thursday, June, 29, 2017; include your name, address, phone number and bid. Bids can be dropped off in the district office or can be mailed to: District Office, 1400 Montana Avenue Benson, MN 56215. There will not be a minimum bid price; however District No. 777 reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive informalities in bids received. The district will accept cash payment only for the items. Once the bid is accepted, please arrange to pick up items with Doug Manzke. The successful bidder will be contacted via phone.


Southbend Metal Lathe
Southbend Metal Lathe

Surface Grinder‚Äč
Surface Grinder



House Request for Bids


Vocational House

Benson Public Schools is accepting sealed bids for the pre-sale of a house that will be constructed by the Benson High School Trades class during the 2017-2018 school year.

The house will be built to comply with all MN Building Codes and Standards. Bids will be for the cost of replacement of supplies, equipment, and utilities used during the construction process.  The minimum bid is $2,500.  The highest bid that meets requirements will be accepted.

Successful bidder will design their own house plan not to exceed 30' x 50' and must be approved by the successful bidder and Superintendent by July 31, 2017.  Past house plans are available upon request.  House construction will be completed by June 1, 2018.

Sealed bids are due Monday, June 19, 2017 by 6:00 p.m.

Bids will be opened at 6:15 p.m. in the Benson High School Media Center. For additional information please call 320-843-2710.

Please find detailed information on the link below:

2017-2018 Pre-Sale House Bid Information




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On April 25, 2016 Benson Schools hosted a public meeting to have the community identify the vision and priorities for the overall Arts and Activities program. Different committees made up of students, parents, coaches, and advisors worked on the priorities to identify goals and action plans needed to meet the priorities. A group of students took the vision statements from the public meeting and developed an overall vision statement. The Benson School Board adopted the vision statement and goals during the July meeting. Thank you to all the community members, students, coaches, and advisors for providing direction for BHS Arts & Activities.

Arts & Activities Priorities, Goals & Action Plans

Benson Arts & Activities Vision

Strategic Plan Set In Motion By Benson School Board

The school district is currently embarking on a series of initiatives that were given top priority through the development of a five year strategic plan that was approved by the School Board in April of 2012. The School Board created a vision for the school district and set priorities and goals in the following area; technology, student achievement, facilities, high quality staff and bullying.

Our Vision

By 2017, Benson Schools will have developed and be known for delivering…

  • High academic expectations, standards, & achievement
  • Instruction that is current with the changing world and cutting-edge technology
  • A well-rounded education
  • Students that are prepared to be responsible & productive citizens
  • Elite staff
  • Continued fiscal responsibility

Benson District Goals

a) Technology
Goal 1: Provide improved technology at every grade level

b) High Student Standards and Achievement
Goal 1: Align curriculum with state standards
Goal 2: Enhance Gifted and talented programming

c) High quality facilities
Goal 1: Complete a comprehensive facilities assessment and evaluation

d) Hire, mentor and develop high quality staff
Goal 1: Develop a comprehensive teacher evaluation plan
Goal 2: Hire the best candidate for the position, not the cheapest
Goal 3: Yearly self-improvement goals for staff

e) Respect among all students and staff
Goal 1: Develop a comprehensive bullying prevention program

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