Last day of school for students is Friday, May 29.
Registration for the 2015-2016 school year is on August 3 & 4; 1st day of school is August 24
Congratulations to Mindy Stroud and Amy Ernst (Kindergarten teachers at Bellevue Elementary) for being recognized as “Teacher of the Year” recipients from the Bellevue Masonic Lodge. This is based on their great efforts in developing a strong foundation of learning for students! Great Job!
“Comet Highlights” from the Board Meeting on May 11, 2015
Weekly district video updates available at the following link:
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The Bellevue Carpentry class and Tech Math classes are gaining valuable information on building several items, assisting in the community, and working for local carpenters this semester. Interested in some help, contact the school (Mr. Marshall or Mr. Ernst) to arrange for our students to assist in your construction and general needs.
Ultimately, if you work hard good things happen and progress is made (no matter what endeavor it is!). We are seeing this from our students, and from their coaches who also have put in the extra time to work with their student-athletes. Great start to the year!
- Lunch (new this year!)
- Many more things…
Welcome to the Bellevue Schools! We are proud of all that we offer our students and community as we develop students who are critical thinkers, lifelong learners, self-motivated and goal-oriented individuals. As Bill Daggett states,
“The primary goal of education is not to enable students to do well in school, but to help them do well in the lives they lead outside of school.”
Visitors are always welcome in our buildings, and feel free to stop by anytime to tour our Bellevue Elementary classrooms to experience Everyday Math, Daily Five literacy, and ST Math. In addition, stop by Bellevue Middle School/High School to see our students working on their 1:1 Chromebooks, see students creativity at work as they develop a solution in a Problem-Based Learning environment, observe the concept of “Blended/Flipped Learning”, and talk with students about their 25+ college-credit courses offered on-site (along with an unlimited amount of on-line college credits at no cost to students and their families). Finally, observe our Academic Services program that works to make sure that ALL students are successful in their courses and in developing the skills that are required for a BHS graduate.
The Bellevue Schools are continuously working to achieve excellence in all that we do through a “Passion to Achieve Excellence.”
Tom Meyer, Superintendent