Bellmont Elementary

Excellence: Teach it, Model it, Inspire it, Achieve it

Welcome to Bellmont Elementary

  • At Bellmont Elementary you will find energetic and enthusiastic students and staff, ready to learn and prepare for the world ahead. Our students are engaged learners, developing social, emotional, and educational skills and habits that will allow them to succeed. 

    We are an engaged school community that emphasizes the importance of parent-staff relationships, and we work together to create a safe and nurturing environment where students can exercise their academic growth and develop sound personal, ethical and moral characteristics. We strive to create an atmosphere and positive attitude towards learning, a mutual respect for one another and our building, as well as members of our school community. 

    At our building, we educate students in grades PK-5. Our goal is to help students understand and appreciate the diverse and multicultural nature of the society and world that we live in. We help students to develop a sense of belonging and purpose while learning to be sincere and compassionate.

    We maintain the heartfelt belief that all students are capable of achieving greatness and experiencing some of the highest accomplishments. There are no limits to their success; therefore, we set high expectations for student achievement and create an environment where students assume responsibility for their own learning and the desire to excel. 

    Our team is eager to inspire your student. Excellence is taught here! We invite you to see our building and classrooms in action at any time

     

    We All Succeed Together,

    Mr. Aaron Baker, principal


District News

  • Mere's Class Stomps Out Bullying

    Jenni Mere's second grade classroom once again participated in bullying prevention awareness to "Stomp Out Bullying," an annual bullying prevention activity held during the month of October, as a campaign to National Bullying Prevention Month.

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  • Bellmont TSA/History Club Selling Pizza Fundraiser Cards

    The History Club and Technology Student Association are selling Pizza Hut coupon cards for $10. Buy a card and save a bunch at Pizza Hut for the next several months. Each card offers 6 different deals that you can use 4 times each.

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  • Order a Bellmont "One in Excellence" Shirt Today!

    To commemorate this historic year for our district, we will be selling Bellmont Excellence t-shirts in celebration of our One Campus project milestone. Orders are accepted through Nov. 14th. All t-shirts are $10.

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  • BHS Announces 2019 Homecoming Court

    Bellmont High School started a week-long series of Homecoming festivities by decorating the hallways to show their school spirit! The week is set to conclude with the crowning of the 2019 Homecoming King & Queen during halftime of the football game, Friday, Oct. 4th.

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  • BHS Band of Braves to Host Mattress Sale!

    Now is the time to replace a bed or mattress in your home! The Bellmont High School ‘Band of Braves’ is excited to announce they will be hosting their 2nd Annual one-day Mattress Fundraiser on Saturday, November 2nd, from 10 AM – 5 PM.

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  • Criminal Justice CTE Program Attends Career Day

    Students in Mr. Mark Johnston's Area 18 Criminal Justice program at Bellmont High School recently attended a Career Day and campus visit at the Ivy Tech Public Safety Campus.

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  • Santa's Workshop of Adams County - Soon Underway!

    With the generosity of Love Inc., Cops for Kids and the Salvation Army, the Santa's Workshop of Adams County is returning. Sign ups will begin on Oct. 1st. Applications must be submitted by November 11th.

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  • Richman Is Raising Funds for the Fight Against Human Trafficking

    Mr. Richman and the Technology Student Association needs your help! Mr. Richman is running a half marathon in two weeks at Fort for Fitness to raise money for Destiny Rescue. Destiny Rescue is an organization that saves children from human trafficking and provides safe homes for them to live in. The estimated cost to save one child is $1500.

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