Thanksgiving break will begin after a half-day of classes on Wednesday, November 21 with school resuming on Monday, November 26. Classes will be dismissed at 11:40 am at the elementary on Wednesday and at 11:55 am at the HSMS. Please have a safe holiday weekend.
The second and final night of Fall Parent/Teacher Conferences will take place – Tuesday, November 20. Pre-scheduled conferences at the elementary school begin at 4:00 pm and run until 7:00 pm. Open conferences begin at the HSMS at 4:30 pm and last until 7:30 pm. Parents will receive a copy […]
For the second consecutive year, Bellaire Jr./Sr. High School was awarded a Bronze Medal for their National Ranking as one of the nation’s top high schools for 2018 from U.S News and World Report. According to their website, the ranking methodology includes 4 main criteria: Students must perform better than […]
Bellaire, Mich. – Bellaire Public Schools was named a 2018 Academic State Champ school district by Bridge Magazine on Tuesday, February 13. Of the 30 school districts recognized statewide, Bellaire was named as Top 10 in the category for small schools. Bridge Magazine’s 2018 Academic State Champs honors schools for […]
Just before the holiday break, students at Bellaire High School spent the afternoon completing a variety of community service projects. One of the most popular is the annual making of baby blankets for the Antirm County Baby Pantry. This year, students made over 80 blankets that were delivered to the […]
The Bellaire Chapter of the National Honor Society recently inducted 10 new members during a ceremony on October 26, 2017. The new inductees are: Owen Boyce, Keagan Fischer, Julia Fleet, Mitch Lampman, Amber O’Neal, Sophia Rosiek, Jaelyn Silk, Erin Smith, Alexa Strand, and Kristina Wendling. The new inductees join the […]
Bellaire Jr./Sr. High School was recently awarded a Bronze Medal for their National Ranking as one of the nation’s top high schools for 2017 from U.S News and World Report. According to their website, the ranking methodology includes 4 main criteria: Students must perform better than expected on State tests; […]
John Rodger Elementary School has been awarded a grant of $3,012 from the State of Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA). The grant was awarded through the MCACA peer review process and was one of 559 applications to compete for MCACA fiscal year 2016 funding. Organizations receiving a […]