Bellevue Elementary School




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Principal
Sarah Cupelli
Vice Principal
Lynelle Francis
DASA Coordinators
Lynelle Francis
Danielle Swenton
Main Office
(315) 435-4520
Nurse's Office
(315) 435-4521
 
School Address 
1607 S. Geddes St. |
Syracuse, NY 13207
School Hours 
8:50 AM-4:00 PM
Bellevue Vision Statement:  Innovatively empowering students to achieve academic and personal excellence

Bellevue Elementary Mission Statement: To ensure that all students become contributing citizens who are critical thinkers and problem solvers ready for success in college and careers, by providing a rigorous learning environment based on the Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS). Bellevue Dress Guidelines Students are to be neatly dressed and well groomed at all times. Certain styles of dress are considered to cause disruptions to the school day and will be dealt with accordingly. As it is impossible to include every fad or inappropriate item of clothing, the administration reserves the right to interpret the appropriateness of student dress. The following statements apply to all students at school and at any school sponsored event. Bottoms including shorts, pants, skirts, and skirted jumpers must be the appropriate size with the waist of the garment worn at the student’s natural waistline. Clothing that is too tight or too loose will not be considered appropriate. Belts are required if the garment has belt loops. Shorts and/or skirts must be no more than 2 inches above the knee. Shoes must be tied or properly fastened at all times. Headwear may not be worn on campus. This includes but is not limited to bandanas, rags, combs, hats, or hair curlers. Weather related headgear is permitted to and from school. Students/parents may request an exemption or special consideration based on bona fide religious beliefs and/or medical purposes or disabilities. School principal and/or superintendent may only grant exemptions.
School News
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Parent /Teacher Meeting Feb. 12, 2019 at 9am Parent /Teacher Meeting Feb. 12, 2019 at 9am: Bellevue parents/guardians come join us on February 12 at 9am in cafeteria for our monthly parent/teacher organization.  We can provide information and answer any questions/concerns you have.  One focus area will be preparation for NYS testing along with questions to ask teachers about your child's performance.  We will have coffee available for you to enjoy and bring to work or home.   Looking forward to seeing you all at 9am and again at 5:30pm for the Valentine's ... more >>
SCSD Students Declare Schools ‘No Bully Zones’ SCSD Students Declare Schools ‘No Bully Zones’: "I promise to be a person who doesn’t bully others. I promise to be a brave bystander. I promise to treat others with respect and kindness. I promise to go to an adult if I or someone else is being bullied."   Students at Van Duyn, Franklin, Bellevue, HW Smith and other SCSD schools took a No Bully Zone promise this fall, vowing not to bully others.   Through the No Bully Zone program, led by McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center staff, students learned about ... more >>
Bellevue Students Learn About Emergency Preparedness Bellevue Students Learn About Emergency Preparedness: Bellevue first graders learned about what to do in the event of an emergency, thanks to special visits from police officer Deputy Robin Cox and Deputy Fire Chief Elton Davis.   “Cops keep people safe,” one student explained.   “If someone runs a stop sign, you can give them a ticket, right?” another asked Deputy Cox.   As part of an ongoing lesson about police officers and safety, the students learned about what officers do, how they keep people ... more >>
Why Come to a PTO Meeting? Why Come to a PTO Meeting?: Connect with other parents Be the first to hear about important news and upcoming school events Have a voice in the activities and programs the PTO supports Learn how the students and teachers of Bellevue benefit from the work of the PTO Volunteer your time, at school or at home, to make a difference in our school community                       CAN’T MAKE IT? ... more >>


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Bellevue Events




Attend School Everyday!

ATTENDANCE MATTERS EVERYDAY:   EVEN IN THE COLD/SNOW.
Please send your child to school everyday!  Just 7 days absent equals two months of lost instruction.  18 days absent for the year means your child is chronically absent and this is a problem for their learning and meeting goals. Keep sending your children to school even if weather is snowy and cold. Call the school at 315-435-4520 if you have questions about whether to send your child or not.  Thank you to all parents who send their children daily. 



Family Engagement at Bellevue
PTO Meeting:   The next PTO meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 9:00am.  Come share your ideas and hear all we are doing for our families and staff. 
We want to share as much information with parents/guardians as we can about your child/ren's learning progress.  We will also share how you can help at home with simple assignments to keep our students growing in their academics.   Call or visit us anytime to discuss and ask questions.  315-435-4520. 
 

Links

Bellevue Library Makerspace
Bellevue Support Staff
Symbaloo

Downloads

Transfer Letter
When Should I Send My Child To School
Bellevue ES 2017-18 DTSDE Reports
PSP Template Guidance 2017-2018
Bellevue CET Recommendations