The Belton School District plans to be open for in-person instruction for 2021-2022 as it was during the 2020-2021 school year. The District’s elementary and secondary Return to School Task Force teams, made up of staff and parents, met in May to discuss changes for summer school.
If you see something, say something any time using Belton ISD's anti-bullying and safety reporting system called Anonymous Alerts® to empower students, parents and community members to voice concerns to school officials. For more information visit bisd.net/safety. Download WiFi Certificate here. Read more about our COVID-19 Response Plan!
More than $90,000 in grants given to enhance learning opportunities in Belton ISD. Performance earns students recognition as top Hispanic, Indigenous scholars. New plan balances population changes reflected in the 2020 U.S. Census.
PowerSchool Parent Portal provides access to student grades and attendance information. Both parents and students can access grade and attendance information via a web browser or the mobile applications available for both Apple and Android devices. How do I get an account?
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.
This document will be updated daily throughout the week with details from Pirates across the district -- check back often!
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.
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!
C team boys played at Lee's Summit HS. Both Gold and Silver teams came up just short of winning.
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.
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!
If you or your loved ones are in need of mental health support, please click here to review resources compiled by Belton ISD Counselors.
PSAs celebrate Texas Department of Agriculture effort to include locally-sourced foods in Texas schools.
Trustees also evaluate district’s progress toward engaging all stakeholders.
District hopes opportunity to engage with colleagues will help employees thrive in their roles and inspire students.
Slowed community spread, lowered active case data triggers transition.
Parents will have access to student goals and how plans align to future career options.
Two propositions totaling $174 million address growth, aging facilities, program equity and safety.
Parents as Teachers promotes the optimal early development, learning and health of young children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. We equip parents with knowledge and resources to prepare their children for a stronger start in life and greater success in school.
We have decided to cancel playgroup on Thursday, November 8th, at Cleveland Lake due to the inclement weather coming into the metro area later in the week. The Success by Six Resource Center will be open for families to checkout items for their children to enjoy at home.
We have a new phone system at Grace Early Childhood and Parents as Teachers. The new numbers are:
THANKSGIVING, what should it mean to you? Thanksgiving Day, as celebrated in North America is a time to gather with family and friends to give thanks for the many blessings enjoyed by these nations and their citizens.
It is not too late to join us for the second part of the parenting series, Chaos to Calm! Please call 816-489-7303 to RSVP. Childcare is limited so call today to reserve your child's spot.
Shout out to Johnson Farms for a fun filled day at the Pumpkin Patch. Families were able to explore the farm, pet the animals, enjoy the play area and find that perfect pumpkin to take home.
Fall Back In the fall, the clock is moved back an hour, so we gain an hour. For adults and teenagers, it often means getting an extra hour of sleep. Adding an hour to the day is easy, and most adults forget there was a time change within a few days.