Emily PAC

Emily 101

Welcome! We love our school, and we hope you do too. There are a few things you might need to know as the school year kicks off.

Important Phone Numbers

Emily Dickinson Elementary - General Phone Number 406.522.6650

Emily Dickinson Elementary – Attendance Line 406.522.6610


Registering New Students

New students (including Kindergarteners) must be registered through the Bozeman School District. If you know your student will be attending in the Bozeman School District, we recommend enrolling as soon as possible. Early registration is from January to March for the school year starting in the fall. For information on how to enroll new students, please visit the district website: https://www.bsd7.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=112502&pageId=673765


Morning Drop off

The Parking Lot

Our parking lot can be a very busy place so we need everyone’s help in keeping it safe.

































Emily Dickinson Safe Dismissal Policy

Dismissal Times

Student Pick-up: Vehicle pick-up:

Student Pick-up: Walking home:

Bus and KidsLink Student Dismissal:

Visiting the School and Volunteering

Parents are welcome to come visit their student(s) during lunch time, and may volunteer in the classrooms when the teachers request volunteers. Please be sure to sign in at the office and get a visitor pass when visiting.


Food Services




KidsPack is a bag of kid-friendly, shelf-stable food distributed to children discreetly each week. Bags are available to any child enrolled at participating schools regardless of income.
Bags include: Shelf Stable Milk, Canned Soup, Macaroni & Cheese, Canned Fruit or Applesauce cups, Canned Tuna (or another protein), single-serve Hot or Cold Cereal, Canned Veggies, Granola Bar, Kracklin Kamut snack.

Kids may register or unregister for this program at any point throughout the school year.
Bags are distributed on Fridays of each week for Bozeman Schools during the school year.

To register or unregister for the KidsPack, click here.


Generally students will go outside for recess unless the temperature falls below 0 degrees fahrenheit or if the combination of wind chill and temperature necessitate limited outdoor exposure.  As the temperature and conditions may vary between schools and time of day, the Principal or designee will make the final decision regarding outdoor recess. Parents are encouraged to remind students to dress appropriately for all weather conditions.  When snow is on the ground, K-3rd Grade students will only be allowed to play on the field during recess when they are wearing snow pants and boots. Students should assume that they will be outside for recess every day and should dress for the weather. Questions regarding school recess procedures should be directed to the school Principal. A sign is placed outside the front doors on mornings that are too cold to stay outside.



Lost and Found

Lost and Found will be removed at the end of each month.  Please check the lost and found when you are at school! Also, please label your child's clothes.  If they are labeled, it is easier for us to return the clothes to the owners.


School Supplies