Click on the links below for more information:
For anyone who missed the email from the superintendent with plans for next year, here is an important planning survey for us all to take. The more people to offer their insight and ideas the better. Here is the link:
BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND A BOOK
The district will provide free Breakfast, Lunch and a Book for kids 18 and under starting Friday, March 20. The district was already scheduled to be on spring break from March 16 through 20. However, we will begin providing free grab-and-go bagged breakfast and lunch meals on March 20 at several sites across the district.
A breakfast and lunch meal will be provided to all students 18 and under at each location.
Meals will be distributed on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Students will receive breakfast and lunch for Monday and Tuesday on Monday, for Wednesday and Thursday on Wednesday, and for Friday on Friday.
Drive-up and walk-up service will be provided at all sites.
BELLEVIEW Book Fair
MAY 11 – SEPT. 4
We’re having a Summer Read-a-Palooza Virtual Book Fair! You can support our school while discovering favorite characters, series, and collections all summer long. Orders are delivered right to your doorstep and you can take advantage of FREE shipping on book-only purchases over $25.
Let’s make this a summer to instill a love of reading! Contact Sarah Pauly, teacher librarian, with questions at email@example.com.
Belleview’s Digital Library is open through the summer!
OVERDRIVE BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE YEAR ROUND
To use Overdrive:
* log in to the student’s account at my.cherrycreekschools.org
* select the myLibrary tab at the bottom
* click on the Overdrive icon
* log in with the student’s computer username (active directory) and student ID number
* find, borrow, and enjoy your book!
Check out the CCSD District Library page with activities to
help make summer reading super fun:
Belleview PTCO 2020-2021 Documents
In an effort to keep our Parents, Teachers and Community informed, we are posting three important documents that apply to the 2020-2021 school year here for your review. As stated in our bylaws, it is required that these documents are posted for 30 days before being approved by the General Membership.
Posted: April 14, 2020
Learn more about the PTCO for 2020-2021
See our calendar for 2020-2021 (subject to change)
Sign up to volunteer on a committee in 2020-2021: https://www.signupgenius.com/ go/70A0C49A9AA2BABF58- belleview
Visit our website to see additional information regarding the 2020-2021 school year: https://belleviewptco.org/
A HELLO FROM BELLEVIEW’S STAFF!
Take a look at this video the Belleview staff put together about remote learning!
Below is the Belleview Movie we have all been waiting for!
also…A letter from Dr. Scott A.Siegfried…
Dear Cherry Creek School Community,
The world is a dramatically different place than it was just weeks ago. I want to thank all of you for your patience and support as we navigate the new uncharted territory of this COVID-19 pandemic crisis. My team and I continue to meet virtually every single day to monitor the situation, review updates from public health officials and find ways to meet the needs of our 55,000 students.
As we enter this first week after spring break, I wanted to share information on our current planning regarding multiple items:
The Cherry Creek School District will begin remote learning for all students on Monday, March 30, 2020. Our teachers will spend this week acquiring materials and preparing for the delivery of instruction. Our goal is to ensure that lessons are reasonable and meaningful so that students can remain engaged and learning can continue during this time. You or your students will hear from your child’s teachers by Thursday or Friday, March 26th & 27th, with information about their learning plan.
We are committed to creating a remote learning plan that serves all students and provides a reasonable balance for you, your student and their teacher. As part of our planning, we are considering ways to ensure that all students have access to technology and internet service in their homes. We will be sending out a survey via text and email to identify families that are in need of technology in the home.
We are also working on plans to meet the needs of our students who receive special education, English language supports and gifted and talented supports. We will have more information on those plans in the coming days.
It will take some time for teachers to master the use of online instructional technologies and models. Additionally, teachers will need to adjust lesson plans to make learning meaningful and accessible within an age-appropriate remote learning environment. Some of our teachers currently offer assignments and activities online, but that is significantly different than moving all teacher-based instruction and learning to a remote learning environment. We are doing our best to design and implement a new way of teaching and learning in CCSD. Your principal and teachers will provide detail.
I am asking our teachers to shift what has been purposefully developed as a brick-and-mortar operation for the last 70 years into a remote learning environment in four days. I ask for your patience, grace and support as we enter this new phase of excellence in Cherry Creek together.
I am thankful for our Board of Education who has taken the lead on collecting food items for several local food banks that we have agreed to work with in support of our community. If you are in need of support or are able to support others in our community, more information is available here: https://www.cherrycreekschools.org/Page/12126
BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND A BOOK
Every school day throughout the closure we will provide grab-and-go meals for any and all students 18 and under at 11 sites around the district. For information on sites and times – https://www.cherrycreekschools.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=12101
EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND
The Cherry Creek Schools Foundation, in coordination with the district, has established the Cherry Creek Schools Emergency Relief Fund to aid our students, families and local communities during this crisis. During this continually changing situation, the Foundation is working closely with us to monitor and respond to the areas of greatest need and utilize this fund to help our students, teachers and staff navigate these uncertain times. For information on how to donate to the fund visit https://ccsdfoundation.org/cherry-creek-schools-emergency-relief-fund.html
I have so much confidence in and admiration for our employees – our maintenance staff, bus drivers, office staff, food and nutrition workers, administrators and teachers. I am also in awe of the resilience of our students and the strength and resolve of people and families in our community. I am inspired by the stories I have heard of people helping people during this time of crisis.
We will get through this together. Stay safe. Stay healthy.
Scott A. Siegfried, Ph.D.
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
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Enter Belleview’s School Passcode: 1014351618074197
Read how Belleview is ranked 1st by Niche in a ranking of Metro Denver’s top 25 public elementary schools!
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!
-Your Belleview PTCO-