Welcome to Leeds Public School


Leeds Parents and Students,

April 1st

Official rollout of distance learning is today.  Grades 7-12 please consistently check TEAMS for class assignments and due dates.  Read assignment directions thoroughly and remember to select TURN IN after completion. Contact your teachers if you have questions.

March 27th

All 7th through 12th grade students are required to respond to daily question every school day to be “present” for the day.  If the student does not answer, they will be “absent” for the day.  Each class has their own separate Microsoft Teams where this will happen.  For example, for the 7th grade class, their daily question will be posted under assignments in the “Leeds 7th Grade Students” team.  This will begin MONDAY, MARCH 30th!

MS Teams is using the students K12 email accounts.  Students if you have forgotten passwords to your K12 email accounts you need to contact Mrs. Bubach to get your passwords reset.  This information was sent out in a letter earlier this week.

March 23rd

A letter is being sent to each household with students in grades 7-12, going out on March 24th, with instructions for accessing Microsoft Teams and reset instructions for K12 email accounts.  This is the way students will communicating with teachers for assignments.

Covid 19 and Instructions Update

March 19th

With the school continuing to be closed, the Leeds School will start providing free breakfast and lunch to all kids between the ages one to eighteen in the community to be picked up daily. Kids must be present during meal pickup.  Delivery may be possible.  We would like to start Tuesday, March 24th but need to hear from our community members on how many people would be interested.  Please call the school tomorrow, Friday, March 20th, between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to express your interest as we need to plan.  Further information will be sent out once we know the interest in our area.  Thank you and stay healthy!

Leeds School Administration

March 17th

Please look for a packet being delivered or coming in the mail the next couple of days with educational instructions going forward.  As we get more information, we will continue to update you.  Please check back to the Leeds School Website for additional updates.

Thank you and stay healthy!

Leeds School Corona Parent Letter



  • Leeds Blood Drive on Thursday, March 19th, moved to Community Center
  • Hunter’s Safety classes are postponed TBA


  • 6th Grade Career Fair
  • Financial Realty Fair 11 & 12th grade
  • ND State Spelling Bee
  • Regional Vocal Contest on March 26th

All remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason Tournaments, Fine Arts Contests, Spring Sports & Activities are suspended as of Friday, March 13th, 2020 due to the Emergency Declaration issued by President Trump.  This also includes practices and game contests.  For more information on high school activities, tournament refunds, etc. visit the NDHSAA website www.ndhsaanow.com

 Mission Statement

Transforming students by instilling 21st Century skills and inspiring life long learning in every student.

Who We Are

The Leeds School District provides students with a quality education in a safe learning environment. Community support for students and the school has made Leeds the school of choice for families throughout Benson County. The Leeds area is a sportsman’s paradise with world class hunting and fishing. Agriculture is the main industry producing abundant amounts of wheat, canola, corn, soybeans, and several varieties of beans.

Our Programs

Leeds Public Schools offers a full K-12 program to support the academic, social and emotional growth of our students. This includes a complete range of academics, dual credit college classes, FFA, FCLA,  athletics, music and the arts. Our experienced staff provides students with high quality instruction supported by professional development that is focused on best practices.

Leeds School District Vision Statement

Our vision is that the Leeds School District will be able to provide all of our students with a personalized, quality education that enables them to achieve their full potential. The district will build capacity through integrated professional development so that we continue to be staffed by committed and capable teachers who differentiate instruction, engage students, and challenge students to maximize their social, emotional, academic and physical growth. A teacher professional learning community will be focused on implementing research based best practices and meeting individual student needs. The school culture will be founded on teamwork, learning and cooperation. Curriculum, instruction and assessment will provide students with the knowledge and skills to be successful in the careers of their choice, and all students will be college or career ready when they graduate. An updated school facility and technology infrastructure will enable staff to leverage web based resources, adaptive software programs and artificial intelligence to maximize student learning. Student disciplinary issues will be limited. Resource utilization will be efficient, and decisions will be based on doing what is best for students. A collaborative relationship with all stakeholders will be based on trust, communication and shared values, and these relationships will support district teachers, administrators, and the community in realizing this vision.