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School Day Times changing at Belpre Elementary
   School Day Times changing at Belpre Elementary
 Belpre Elementary School will begin 5 minutes earlier during the 2015-2016 school year.  The day will begin at 8:00 a.m., when the tardy bell will ring.
End of the day procedures will be as follows: 
2:30 p.m. - BUS RIDERS will load and leave the building.  THIS IS 1/2 HOUR EARLIER THAN LAST YEAR.  If you have a child that rides the bus, they will be dropped off approximately 1/2 hour earlier at their location than they were last school year, so please plan accordingly.
2:40 p.m. - SIDE-DOOR pick-up students will be released to their families.  *Please note that the bus lane will be closed and buses will be dismissed before side-door students are released.  Families should park and walk to the side door to meet their child/children. 
2:45 p.m. - CARPOOL students will be loaded.  The carpool line will still form on the right-hand side of the school driveway.  Families must have an assigned carpool number.  Staff will begin loading students at 2:45. 

Anita Winter received the Jan Dils Golden Apple Award this past May 2015. Her love for children is what inspired her to become a teacher. After 21 years of dedicated service to the children at Belpre City Schools, she is retiring. Congratulations Anita and good luck in your plans for the future! 

 Celebrate Teaching is a commitment of Battelle for Kids to celebrate, honor, and inspire great teaching.  The Celebrate Teaching Distringuished Educator Award was given to Nicole Rodgers, 1st grade teacher. Mrs. Rodgers has been teaching children for the past 14 years.  This award is given each year to a group of educators who have had a powerful impact on students, colleagues, and their community.  We are happy to have you on our team Mrs. Rodgers!


The Franklin B. Walter Outstanding Educator Award is named in honor of Dr. Franklin B. Walter, former superintendent of Ohio’s public instruction, who devoted over 50 years of service developing quality educational initiatives and programs, including the nation’s first statewide plan for children with disabilities. Jen Wells was nominated for this very special award and recognized for her nomination at a ceremony attended by fellow educators, family, and friends.  Round of applause for Ms. Wells!

  "Special Educator of the Year"
Pioneer Civitan Club awarded Eileen Cieslewski with this most deserved award. The Pioneer Civitan is an all-volunteer service working in community clubs to help those with physical, neurological, and mental health challenges. Civitan clubs serve the local community, with emphasis on helping the developmentally disabled, youth leadership development and good citizenship. Congratulations Mrs. Cieslewski!
An Arbor Day Celebration was held at Belpre Elementary this past Thursday, April 30th.
It was an educational experience Thursday when 6 elementary students helped plant a tree in observance of Arbor Day. The students were joined by Mayor Mike Lorentz, Joyce Lorentz, Leslie Pittenger, Loran Conley, and Superintendent Tony Dunn.  The students were educated on the planting process, the importance of trees to the environment, and how trees take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen that helps us breathe.  A tulip poplar was planted in front of the school and will provide beauty as well as serve as a replacement for any tree that needs taken down in our area due to disease. 

This artwork is incredible!

This beautiful fence painted by the elementary students can be seen in front of the school.  Check out the detail. 
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