Welcome to Belleview!

Spellbound 2020 is Here!

Your child can be a spelling champion while raising money for Belleview!


The money we raise funds classroom resources which directly benefit your Belleview Buffalo. The class with the highest participation wins a popsicle party and the student who collects the most money will win a new Nintendo Switch Lite (a $199 value)!


What is Spellbound? Students are given a spelling list with 10 words and ask for pledges from family and friends. Students then study these words and take the Spelling Challenge. Pledges are collected based on the number of correctly spelled words (flat dollar donations are also welcome).

Please be on the lookout for pledge envelopes, which will come home the week of January 13th. The Spelling Challenge will be given on Thursday, January 23rd and graded tests will be sent home on Friday, January 24th. To be eligible for the awesome prizes, all pledge money is due back to school or collected online through Cheddar Up (https://spellbound.cheddarup.com) by Friday, January 31st.

Thank you in advance for your participation. This is an important fundraiser for Belleview as our PTCO continues to fund classroom resources. Your assistance helps to ensure that our students continue to receive an enriched educational experience!

Questions? – Please contact Erin Hirstine or Ann LaPoint.


Get a jump start on thinking about enrichment for winter session starting in January!  We have four fantastic classes to choose from!  Winter session runs from Jan 15-Feb 28, 2020, on Wednesdays and Fridays from 2:45-3:40 pm, with no skip dates.  Check out the info below to register!
Please contact Emily Becker with questions.

Congratulations to Belleview’s Exceptional Volunteer of the Year for the 2019 -2020 School Year!!!!!!

Belleview Elementary is thrilled to celebrate Mr. Nathan Wilcox, our 2019-20 Exceptional Volunteer of the Year.  In addition to supporting his daughter and her class, Mr. Wilcox helps our school through his work on the PTCO Board, having served as the Treasurer and currently as the Secretary. In addition to participating on PTCO, Nathan is pack leader of Boy Scout Troop 345, which is involved in several events at Belleview. Nathan’s dedication to our students, staff, and school has been greatly appreciated over the last few years and we are happy to name him Volunteer of the Year! Thank you for being such a star Volunteer for our school over the years!

Congratulations Mr. Nathan Wilcox!!!!

Belleview Elementary Yearbook 

Click HERE for more info.

To order go to:  www.treering.com/validate

Enter Belleview’s School Passcode:  1014351618074197

For more information about the Shakespeare Club, click http://belleviewptco.org/shakespeare-information/

Read how Belleview is ranked 1st by Niche in a ranking of Metro Denver’s top 25 public elementary schools!


Family involvement helps make Belleview Elementary a wonderful place for our kids to learn and grow. Current opportunities include:

School Store Volunteer

We are seeking volunteers to help run the store. The school store is a great way to see your child and their friends at school while helping to raise a little extra money for Belleview.

Please click the Sign Up Genius link if you’d like to volunteer for a school store shift. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70a0c49afa722a7fb6-belleview

Library Volunteering

Projects and tasks can include shelving materials, assisting students in locating materials, checking-in/out materials, processing new books, processing discards of out-dated or damaged books, creating seasonal book displays, maintaining the magazine shelf and more. To sign up for a shift in September, click https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080844a5aa2ba75-september5

To sign up for shift in other months, please go to http://belleviewptco.org/library-volunteering/

Watch Dogs is a father involvement program of the National Center of Fathering. Engaged fathers can strengthen our schools and demonstrate through their actions how much they value their children’s education.

What Are the Objectives?
1. Provide positive male role models for the students.

  1. Enhance school security.

How Can You Help?

  1. Volunteering on a weekday any time between 10:50 am – 1:45 pm
  2. Monitoring hallways and buildings
  3. Assisting in playground duty
  4. Assisting in the lunch room
  5. Actively and positively engage with all students

To get involved, click here:

There are many other volunteer opportunities. Check here for future events and ways to help out.  Or contact Leanne Airy and Valerie Thome for ways to get involved.

Big changes are coming to the King Soopers donations!

Raising money for Belleview while shopping for your groceries just got REALLY EASY!

You no longer need to use your re-loadable card for Belleview to benefit every time you shop at King Soopers. Just connect your Sooper Shopper’s Card(the gas points one) to the Belleview PTCO online in the Community Rewards section. Click on the link below to see the a comprehensive flyer for step-by-step instructions.

Thank you for donating to Belleview!

Questions? Please contact Stephanie or Priscilla

KS Community Rewards change April 2019


 -Your Belleview PTCO-