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2019-2020 School Year Newsletter


2019-2020 Panther Tales read more

New Front Door Security: Belleaire

Thank you for being understanding as our school continues to get the improvements from the Bond. The hope was that everything would be back to normal when school starts, but as you know not everything goes as planned with construction to an . . . read more

Kids Time Information

2019-2020 Kids' Time Registration Enrolling Students in Kids' Time We believe that children thrive in a positive and nurturing environment. In order to achieve this goal, we provide a structured environment where children . . . read more

2018-2019 Important Dates

2018-2019 Important Dates   August 6 Getting to Know You Conferences (12:00-7:00 p.m.) August 9 First Day of . . . read more

1st Quarter ACE Winners

Congratulations to the 1st Quarter ACE (A=Academic C=Citizenship E=Effort) recipients. We are very proud of you! read more

Mrs. Fuxia's 3rd Grade is Classroom of the Week

Congratulations to Mrs. Fuxia's 3rd Grade Class for being the Classroom of the Week for February 1st. read more

Mrs. Coy's 2nd Grade is the New Classroom of the Week

Congratulations to Mrs. Coy's class for being awarded the Classroom of the Week trophy for the week of January 25th! read more

Words Their Way: Bellevue Public Schools New Spelling/Phonics/Vocabulary

Words Their Way District Letter (New Spelling/Phonics/Vocabulary Program) read more

Mrs. Schubauer: New Belleaire Principal

From the Desk of Mrs. Schubauer

    My name is Mrs. Nikki Schubauer and I am the new Elementary Principal at Belleaire.  I look forward to working with everyone at Belleaire.  We have been busy this summer making sure everything is ready . . . read more

Belleaire Elementary History

Established in 1952

Students attended Offutt Air Base School during 1951-52 when Wherry Housing opened. The school consisted of temporary frame military buildings that were moved to Wherry to accommodate the 700 new children moving on base and needing to be . . . read more

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