Belpre City Schools
2014 Rockland Avenue
Belpre, OH 45714
Phone: 740-423-9511
Fax: 740-423-3050

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Infinite Campus URL Changes
During the weekend of July 22nd, Infinite Campus was moved to a different hosted facility. Because of this move, the weblinks and associated information to access Infinite Campus has changed.

The new links to the Parent/Student portal are:

Also, if you are using the mobile app for Infinite Campus, you will have to change the District ID in the app. This will need to be changed to GDSYHL.

If you have any issues with your account, you can contact the Board Office during normal business hours to get assistance.


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Click below to view the board approved
Policy for Random Drug Testing of Student Participants in Grades 7-12 
If you haven't registered your child for
Kindergarten for the 2016-2017 School Year, now's the time!
Register at the district office located at 2014 Rockland Avenue. and bring the following documents:
1.  Proof of Belpre Residency (gas, electric, water, rental agreement)
2.  Certified birth certificate (no photocopies)
3.  Immunization Records
4.  Any court stamped divorce, separation, and/or parenting plan, showing
      residential custody if applicable.
If you have any questions, please call the Administration Office at (740) 423-9511.


    Please check the Health News Tab on this webpage  and be looking for a letter to come home with new information concerning requirements for school attendance for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year. In addition to all previously required immunizations, students entering 7th and 12th grade will be required to have new updates to their immunizations.
Belpre High School Alumni Association
Do you want to see what the BHSAA is all about? Do you want to be involved in the good things they are doing? Contact us and see where you might fit in with Kathryn Goodwin Parsons at or Jackie Cassidy at  Reunions:  Class of 1961 - 55th class reunion on Aug. 4,5,and 6, contact Sandy Anderson Fuller at 740-423-8421 or Karen Nutter Matthews at 740-423-6291.  Class of 1964 - on Aug. 6, contact Sheila Stewart at 336-668-9080.  Class of 1966 - 50th class reunion on Aug. 6, contact Gary Plummer at 740-538-7512.  Class of 1971 - 45th class reunion on Aug. 6, contact Barb at 740-423-2033.  Class of 1981 - 35th class reunion on Aug. 6 at Howes Grove Park and later in the evening at J.P. Henry's.  Class of 1956 - 60th class reunion on Aug. 6th after the parade, contact Lee Shutts at 740-423-8463.
Summer Office Hours
Belpre High School office hours are 8:00 a.m. until noon every Tuesday.
Belpre Elementary School office hours are 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. every Tuesday.
Secretaries will return full time August 3rd.  Have a safe and happy summer!
Belpre Administration Office summer hours are 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. Monday - Friday. Don't forget to register your child for school here at the Administration Office. You can contact us at 740-423-9511 for a complete list of paperwork needed to enroll.

Please complete this survey to create more ways for Ohio students to get high-quality training and skills.

The Ohio Department of Education believes every young person deserves a pathway to economic success. That is why we are pursuing a grant from the Council of Chief State School Officers, the National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium and JP Morgan Chase. The three-year grant would allow our state to expand and improve career-focused education that prepares students for high-skill and high-wage jobs.

To prepare for the grant application, the department is conducting a survey to gather information from citizens throughout Ohio, including educators, parents, students, businesses and community organizations. We want to learn about the quality of and access to career preparation resources currently available in schools. This includes next steps needed for building programs, courses or other experiences that support career-ready students.

The department will use the information from the survey to create the grant proposal on how Ohio will increase pathways for students to get the training and skills they need to compete for jobs.

Here is the New Skills for Youth survey. We encourage you to participate in the survey and to share it with your family, friends and community. Thank you for helping us in this effort.

State And Local Come Together
Representatives from the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Higher Education visited Belpre High School on Wednesday, April 6th.  During the first hour of the visit members of the Ohio Appalachian Collaborative shared accomplishments of their work with the Straight A grant.  Interim state superintendent Dr. Lonny Rivera praised the work of the OAC and encouraged those in attendance to continue their commitment to collaboration.  During the second hour of the program, the state highway patrol presented their anti-drug message, 5 Minutes to Life.  Students in grades 9-12 were encouraged to visit the Start Talking website ( for information about becoming a student ambassador.
Spelling Bee 2016
Can You Spell..........
Belpre Elementary hosted our first district spelling bee for grades 5-8 on Tuesday, February 17th.  Thirty-two spellers from grades 5-8 spelled it out in front of their peers to take home the winning trophy!  Our winners were:  First place - Jacob Hazelett, Second place - Ethan Coyner, Third place - Natalie Miller, and Fourth place - Emma Matheny.
These top 4 winners will compete in the Regional Spelling Bee at Marietta High School on Friday, March 18th.  Congratulations to these students! 

   A new "Bike Fixit Station" has been installed at the Belpre City Schools Administration Building on 2014 Rockland Avenue. One of the posts serves as a repair station and the other post is a pump. We hope cyclists in the area will find it useful.
Belpre Pride Brings Home The Trophies!

It was a wonderful weekend for the Belpre High School "Golden Eagle" Marching Band. The "Golden Eagle" Marching Band brought home 3rd place in Class C at the Marietta Band-O-Rama. At the next event, the 1st Annual 2015 Warrior Legacy Competition, the Golden Eagles brought home Class C - Best Percussion, Class C - First Place, Class C/B Best Overall Percussion, Class C/B Best Overall General Effect, Class C/B Best Overall Music, and Class C/B Grand Champions. They looked great! Mr. Van Pelt, Mr. White, and Mr. Tracy have done a great job with the students. Congratulations to the "Pride of Belpre"!

Jan Dils Golden Apple Award
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!

Distinguished Educator Award
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!

Outstanding Educator Award
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!

Pioneer Civitan Club Special Educator Award
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!

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