JRR Elementary


Elementary News:

  • Fifth grade space program presented by Raven Hill. Fifth grade space program presented by Raven Hill.Fifth grade students from Bellaire participated in a space program presented by Raven Hill.  Thanks to funds from Rotary Club as well as the PTO- Cheri Leach was able to come and work with the fifth graders all afternoon.  Throughout the program the kids planted with hydroponics, filtered water, designed space stations, and created a ...
  • Brenton Selected to Lead District The Bellaire school board is pleased to announce that they have unanimously selected Mark Brenton as their next superintendent. Brenton was chosen after an extensive search process which attracted a field of 20 applicants. Brenton will begin the position effective July 1. Brenton has been an elementary school principal for 15 years, the past 12 ...
  • Bellaire Public Schools Receives Safety Grant During spring break Bellaire Public Schools received notification that they had been awarded almost $46,000 from the Michigan State Police 2019 Competitive Safety Grant.  Schools across the state could apply for funds to help pay for certain projects that will increase student safety in their local districts.  Over 366 applications were submitted and Bellaire’s proposal ...
  • Upcoming Dates…. March 1-21  March is Reading Month – It’s A Jungle Out There!!! Daily activity calendar coming home soon! March 9 (Saturday) PTO Elementary Carnival (3:00-5:00) March 12 Books for Breakfast (8:00-8:30 Grades K-2) March 19 Books for Breakfast (8:00-8:30 Grades 3-5) March 22-March 31 Spring Break April 1 – School Resumes
  • Books For Breakfast March is Reading Month and we would like to invite parents to “Books for Breakfast” from 8:00-8:30 on March 12 (Grades K-2) and March 19 (Grades 3-5).  Please join us for a muffin, juice and a good book!  Sign up forms will be going home this week!  We hope you can join us!
  • 2019 School Spelling Bee 2019 School Spelling Bee   Winning with the word “abolition,” seventh-grader Kaydance Duran championed the school spelling bee that was held on January 9, 2019. Throughout the contest, there were several ties that were broken with spell-offs. In the end, the second-place trophy was grasped by eighth-grader Bryce Pyne, and the third-place trophy went to seventh-grader Brian George. Fourth, fifth, ...
  • Elementary Theater Program Elementary Theater ProgramMany 4th and 5th grade students have been participating in the BYI afterschool theater program and they recently performed in their first production – a children’s version of “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens.  Thanks to BYI for offering our students this great opportunity with the arts!
  • Winter Gear Thanks to mother nature please continue to send snow pants, warm jackets, hats and gloves with your children.
  • “Trunk or Treat” October 29 (2:00-4:00) The 2nd annual “Trunk or Treat” event sponsored by the PTO will be held this year in honor of Payton Dennis.  The 1st annual “Trunk or Treat” event was scheduled so that Payton could trick-or-treat with his friends.The event will be held at the athletic complex parking lot from 2:00-4:00 on Sunday, October 29.  If ...
  • NEW!!! 3rd Grade Reading Law   Public Act 306 – 3RD GRADE READING LAW Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year we are required by State law to assess students’ reading levels three times per year.  The law requires us to notify parents if a deficiency is identified.  At that time we will be meeting with K-3 parents to set up an Individual ...

 

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