Bellevue Vision Statement: Innovatively empowering students to achieve academic and personal excellence.
Student and Family Supports are Available!
The SCSD has many academic, social, emotional and mental health supports available to students. School social workers can help connect you and your child to in school and/or out of school supports that meet your needs. Please call us at (315) 435-4520 and ask to speak with a Social Worker for more information and assistance.
Librarians Provide Tech Assistance & Guidance to SCSD Families:
Remote and hybrid learning has brought about challenges for students, staff and families alike… but SCSD librarians are finding ways to help address and overcome those challenges.
“Kids and families were providing feedback that the hardest part of learning from home is the lack of support for both technical and instructional problems they run into,” SCSD Supervisor of Libraries Manami Tezuka explained. “The librarians are uniquely positioned to support this. We ...
Check out the virtual schedules for Kindergarten through 5th grade! They are located under the downloads section on the right! Make sure your child is logging on daily!
Looking Ahead: Click Here to Fill Out the Reopening Questionnaire:
Click Here to Fill Out the Questionnaire
As parents, it is your decision to have your PK-8th grade child have 100% virtual learning and not attend school in person. In an effort to best understand your plans for your child, we ask that you fill out this questionnaire and let us know what you plan to do this fall.
We have proposed a hybrid educational model for the 2020-21 school year. We feel this will allow us to open the school year in the safest way possible for all students, ...
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
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