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by Mrs. Haven Wolff 5 min read

Belton's Battle of the Brains 2021 Finalists

Mill Creek Upper Elementary School and Wilckens STEAM Academy at Hillcrest students in the 5th grade STAR classroom participated in a competition sponsored by Burns and McDonnell, an engineering firm in Kansas City.

It's all here!

This document will be updated daily throughout the week with details from Pirates across the district -- check back often!

Wednesday Results

Girls swim and dive won 9 of 12 events as they swam past Truman, Van Horn, William Chrisman, and Winnetonka to improve their record to 15-2 on the season.

Tuesday Results

JV and varsity boys basketball lost to Blue Valley Northwest last night. Their next game is this Friday against Ray-Pec. It’s a home game and the Pirates hope to see everyone pack the Fieldhouse!

Monday Results

C team boys played at Lee's Summit HS. Both Gold and Silver teams came up just short of winning.

PeachJar Flyers

PeachJar is a great way to go green and learn about activities for your Pirates -- from ACT test prep to community events to Li'l Pirate cheer clinics.

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The Belton School District app has all you need to stay informed: calendars, menus, contact information, PeachJar flyers, social media threads, alerts and messaging, the Pirate Post, bus routes, and so much more!

Semester Two... Already?

It is true! Difficult to believe, but mid-January has arrived and our first round of Semester Finals is behind us.

You won't want to miss this! ... The evening promises to be both enlightening and productive!

We intend to use this evening to provide our school community with some insight as to what one can expect from the various curriculum. The evening is designed to generate awareness, inspire curiosity and offer assistance to families with course selection and the process.

BHS Career and Educational Planning Guide (CEPG) for 2022 - 23

The link... CEPG 2022-23 will provide access to "all things" tied to graduation requirements, Academy pathways and course offerings at BHS. This handbook is a vital tool as students, parents and staff discuss course selections during the Guided Enrollment journey.

Academies of Belton Update

Last week, the members of the Class of 2025 declared their Academy preferences. Their efforts during the first semester to explore the opportunities which await coupled with some personal reflection provided the basis for making a solid decision.

Winter Activities..

Our winter activities are well underway. Across the various programs, we've experienced both the thrill of victory and the disappointment of defeat. Additionally and after considerable time performing in front of limited audiences, our performing arts programs have delighted their spectators with some wonderful performances as well.

Class of 2022... May 13 is just around the corner. Senior Packet to be released soon

A mere five months remain for our seniors and the phrase from August 2019, "May 2022... It will be here in a blink!" is beginning to make even greater sense to our soon-to-be graduates. At the time, we were encouraging every member of the Class of 2022 to make their experience over the next three years extraordinary.

Class of 2022: File the FAFSA!

Seniors who are pursuing a postsecondary education should have the 2022-2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completed by February 1, 2022. Completing the FAFSA is necessary to receive financial aid such as the A+ scholarship, need-based grants, federal student loans, work-study opportunities, and some scholarships.


If you or your loved ones are in need of mental health support, please click here to review resources compiled by Belton ISD Counselors.

SBMS Students, Staff Featured in State Public Service Announcements

PSAs celebrate Texas Department of Agriculture effort to include locally-sourced foods in Texas schools.

Trustees Approve Hiring of Assistant Principal at High Point Elementary

Trustees also evaluate district’s progress toward engaging all stakeholders.

Teachers, Staff Recharge at Annual Professional Development Conference

District hopes opportunity to engage with colleagues will help employees thrive in their roles and inspire students.

District Moves to Scenario 2 of COVID-19 Response Plan

Slowed community spread, lowered active case data triggers transition.

New Online Portal Will Help Parents Partner with Schools on Career Readiness

Parents will have access to student goals and how plans align to future career options.

Trustees Call for May 7 Bond Election

Two propositions totaling $174 million address growth, aging facilities, program equity and safety.