Mott/Regent Public Schools
Welcome to the Mott-Regent School District. We are located in the southwestern part of North Dakota, right in the middle of pheasant country. The Mott-Regent School District is made up of the towns of Mott and Regent. They are located approximately 16 miles apart. Grades K-12 are housed at the Mott site. There are approximately 242 students in the school district.
Mott-Regent Public School will inspire lifelong learning for all students and staff creating a safe, positive, and caring atmosphere.
The Mott-Regent School District empowers all students to achieve their maximum potential. We engage students by providing a challenging environment that inspires them to take pride in their education and to be life-long learners.
We need help!
We are looking for Wildfire apparel. Tia Honeyman so graciously donates a Wildfire quilt to be raffled off during Reading Month each year. She is in need of more Wildfire clothing. Items can be dropped off at the school and we will get them to Tia.
Thank you and Go Wildfire!
Please save your Box Tops for Education! Send them to school with your child to help pay for Field Trips and other fun things. The school gets a dime from each Box Top that is turned in. Thank you for your help!
The Title IX Coordinator for the Mott-Regent Public School is Kari Mayer.