PRBHS | GRADES 7-12
Pine River-Backus High School is a place where ‘Tiger Pride’ is something that we take seriously. This school is one where the teachers want to work with students and students respect each other. We’re proud of our school and our community is proud of us.
That pride comes from knowing each other. We’re a small school where kind and respectful relationships with each other are as important as the curriculum.
How we act and the choices we make reflect on our school, our family, and our community.
Remember, the choices we make every day have much greater impact than we know both for those around us and our future selves.
Mr. Chris Halverson
All in One Parent Portal
Parent Portal on Campus
The Infinite Campus Parent Portal is a single spot to manage all your students’ information and needs. From the parent portal, you can update contact and address information, see student schedules and bus information, add money to student lunch accounts, view grade and attendance data, and more.
It’s important that all PRB parents set up a Parent Portal Account to have access to these items. If you’re having trouble or need help, call 587-8510.
We have videos available to get you started:
Do you have a plan for life after high school?
College? Career? Military?
Ms. Golish can help! Contact her for help with college or career choices, financial aid forms, planning tools & more.
Abby Golish, Counselor
email@example.com -or- 218-587-8015
Graduate on time
Ms. Golish will help you review your course credits to make sure you meet requirements to graduate on time.
Search & Apply
No idea where to go to college? Unsure of how to pay for it? Ms. Golish has lots of answers to your questions.
Explore & Prepare
What do certain jobs pay? Do I need training or a degree? How can I prepare for my career? How do I find a job?
Ask for Help.
Advocate for Yourself. We will help you.
Jumping into adulthood means asking for help when you need it. You don’t have to go it alone; PRB has ways to help and we care about you!
Whether it’s with stress in your school life or home life, social problems, missing work, bad grades or something else, we have resources available. The hardest part is just telling someone you need help.
Talk to a teacher, coach or email/see Olivia Becker in the Office. (firstname.lastname@example.org)