Do you have a 1st grader this year? Please plan to attend!
about 6 hours ago, Pam Hammond
Picture of children on playground equipment with an announcement about orientation
We will be hosting a Back to School Virtual Town Hall Meeting on August 3, 2021 at 5:30. The meeting will be streamed on Facebook Live as well as our Youtube channel (link to follow). We're excited to share out information for the new year and answer your questions as we prepare to welcome students in just a few weeks!
2 days ago, Belpre City Schools
Back to School
Summer Learning Is Going On Here! Creating and designing rockets and working with food! Learning is fun!
about 2 months ago, Pam Hammond
Food Fight sign
Students working with food
Designing a rocket
Student creating a rocket
Free Grab-N-Go Meals for Kids To Take Home! 2021 Summer Feeding Program sponsored by Washington Morgan Community Action
about 2 months ago, Pam Hammond
Information on 2021 Summer Feeding Program for Kids ages 1-18
Summer Weekend Meals for Kids ages 1-18
Summer Weekend Meals Application
A reminder that we will be at the Central Office at 2014 Rockland Ave. from 4:00 - 8:00 for Chromebook returns. If you have been issued a district Chromebook please come tonight or Monday, June 7 to return it. We will be issuing new Chromebook in the Fall to students and will not be able to issue a new one if the old one has been returned.
about 2 months ago, Belpre City Schools
Safetytown is about to begin its 37th year and we are looking forward to a good time together as we learn to be safe. Safetytown will begin on Tuesday, June 01, 2021, at Belpre Elementary School at 9:00 A.M. and will conclude with Graduation on Friday, June 11, 2021. Safetytown students should arrive no earlier than 8:50 A.M. and dismissal will be at 11:30 A.M. There is a meeting for ALL high school volunteers on Friday, May 28th in the multipurpose room at Belpre Elementary School. The meeting begins at 9:00 A.M. and will last about 30 minutes. If you have any questions, or you would like to register your kindergarten student for Belpre Safetytown, please call Belpre Elementary School for further assistance.
2 months ago, Belpre City Schools
It's a wrap! The 2020 - 2021 school year ended today and we want to extend our appreciation to our faculty, staff, students, parents and community members for all of their support and dedication this year. It truly would not have been possible without your patience, understanding, advocacy and sincere love of students and their learning. Parents: if you have a school issued Chromebook or any virtual school materials to give back we will be open on June 1, 2 and 7 from 4:00 - 8:00 pm at the Central Office at 2014 Rockland Ave. We will be issuing all students grades 4-12 new Chromebooks in the Fall and will not issue another Chromebook out if we have not received one that has been previously checked out.
2 months ago, Belpre City Schools
Friday, May 21, 2021, we go live at Belpre Elementary! Note the times and check out the schedule for the link to watch!
2 months ago, Pam Hammond
Schedule
We are excited to be able to several new elective courses at Belpre High School for the 2021 - 2022 school year. Read more about it at https://www.belpre.k12.oh.us/article/463789?org=belpre-city-schools.
2 months ago, Belpre City Schools
news site
Attention Parents of students age 12-15: The Washington County Health Department will be on-campus to provide Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations to any students age 12 and up who would like to receive one on May 24. These vaccinations are not required but are available to interested members of the students body. For more information, please read the parent letter available at our website at https://5il.co/rrmg. Parents will need to sign the consent form that is also available on our website at https://5il.co/rrmh and send it with the student by May 21.
3 months ago, Belpre City Schools
We are grateful to be able to honor the Class of 2021 this morning at our annual Senior Awards Assembly. Don’t miss the Senior Car Parade later this evening at 6:30 pm. Parade route includes Washington Blvd, Farson St., Rockland Ave., Belrock Ave., and Putnam Howell Dr.
3 months ago, Belpre City Schools
graduation
Mrs. Wright’s 9th and 10th grade English Language Arts students took on a project with the goal of improving Eagle Learning Period. The students pictured below worked hard to gather student and teacher data as well as create a persuasive argument. The students then presented their findings to BHS Principal, Mr. Pepper and Director of Teaching & Learning, Mrs. Trew. Both administrators appreciate the students‘ initiative, use of collaboration, and engagement. A job well done!
3 months ago, Pam Hammond
Student Presentation
District representatives testified yesterday in the Ohio Senate urging it to pass the Ohio Fair Funding Plan that would provide Ohio schools will badly needed additional revenue. Read about it on the news section of our website! https://thrillshare.com/s/news-belpre-city-schools/articles/district-representatives-testify-for-fair-funding-for-belpre-city-schools
3 months ago, Belpre City Schools
Fair funding testimony
Late last week, we announced Jimmie Bell as our new Head Football Coach, read more on our website at the link below! Coach Bell has put out a Call to Action and is looking to hear from any one interested in coaching on his staff, volunteering or supporting to reach out to him as indicated on the flier below. https://thrillshare.com/s/news-belpre-city-schools/articles/coach-jimmie-bell-named-head-football-coach
3 months ago, Belpre City Schools
Call to Action
Monday May 3, 2021 is Ohio’s School Bus Driver Appreciation Day. The Office of Pupil Transportation would like to say THANK YOU to all Ohio school bus drivers for all that you do every day for Ohio’s students and families! Particularly now, it is so very important that families are able to count on bus drivers to get their children to and from school, safely and on time, each and every day. By ensuring this, drivers are doing more than continuing the tradition of professionalism and excellence that has distinguished this profession over the years. They are providing a much-needed element of consistency and security at a time when many families face challenges and uncertainty. This year, bus drivers have met new and added responsibilities associated with pandemic safety, not the least of which is the never-ending effort to ensure buses are safe and clean for students. We know that a great many drivers have been called upon to do so much more, and that they have stepped up in many ways without for a moment compromising the safety and well-being of our children. For every parent who smiles and waves to our drivers each morning and afternoon, there are unseen dozens more who appreciate and count on them every day. Please join us in extending our sincere gratitude and our very best wishes this and every day to Belpre's Transportation Department. They are transporting our most precious cargo!
3 months ago, Pam Hammond
A special board meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, at 9:00 a.m. at the Stone Administration Building/Early Learning Center.  The purpose of this meeting is to approve the 5 Year Forecast, a Varsity Head Football Coach for the 2021-2022 school year, other Personnel Matters, and one executive session for the purpose of discussing personnel and other matters that are required to be kept confidential by state or federal statute. The public is invited to attend this meeting and all meetings held by the Belpre City Schools Board of Education.
3 months ago, Pam Hammond
Join us for a YouTube live stream tonight, Wednesday April 28th, at 6:00 p.m. for “Family Literacy Night”. Hear stories read from some of your favorite teachers! So, please look us up and enjoy! https://youtu.be/UTW5M7E9jKo
3 months ago, Pam Hammond
A reminder that the Washington County Health Department will be on-campus to provide Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations to any students age 16 and up who would like to receive one on May 3 for the first dose and May 24 for the second one. These vaccinations are not required but are available to interested members of the students body. For more information, please read the parent letter available at our website at https://5il.co/rrmg. Parents will need to sign the consent form that is also available on our website at https://5il.co/rrmh and send it with the student by Friday so the Department can bring the appropriate amount of vaccine.
3 months ago, Belpre City Schools
The Washington County Health Department will be on-campus to provide Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations to any students age 16 and up who would like to receive one on May 3 for the first dose and May 24 for the second one. These vaccinations are not required but are available to interested members of the students body. For more information, please read the parent letter available at our website at https://5il.co/rrmg. Parents will need to sign the consent form that is also available on our website at https://5il.co/rrmh and send it with the student on May 3.
3 months ago, Belpre City Schools
covid letter
The regular monthly meeting of the Belpre City School District will be held on Monday, April 19, 2021, beginning at 5:00 p.m. at the Stone Administration/Early Learning Center. This meeting is a meeting of the Belpre City School District Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District’s business and is not to be considered a public community meeting. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as indicated in the agenda. The public is invited to attend this meeting and all meetings held by the Belpre City Schools Board of Education.
3 months ago, Pam Hammond