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Bellevue Holiday Shop 2017: (12/8/17) Bellevue Holiday Shop helped students buy presents for their loved ones this year!  So many staff and community members chipped in to make this year's holiday shop an absolute success!  Happy Holidays! more >>
Halloween 2017 at Bellevue Elementary School: (11/2/17) Halloween 2017 at Bellevue Elementary School was an absolutely great time had by all!  Our students' enjoyed showing off their costumes during classroom get togethers and a parade around the block!   more >>
Muslim Student Association Helps Celebrate Diversity at Nottingham: (10/26/17) Stop by the Behavior Intervention Center at Nottingham High School on Friday afternoons and you’ll find a unique sight: students and staff taking part in Jumah prayer.   “Students and staff in most cases are not able to attend during the school year, so we are grateful to have ... more >>
Bellevue 2017-2018 First Day Fair: (9/19/17) Bellevue kicked off another fantastic school year with a First Day of School Fair.  An assortment of activities filled the playground including a dunk tank, a visiting petting zoo  was set up in the auditorium and we had a bounce house in the gymnasium as students were welcomed back by the ... more >>
Bellevue Teachers Get Classrooms Ready For Families To Visit For Meet and Greet: (8/26/17) Bellevue teachers get classrooms ready for families to visit for meet and greet!   more >>
8th Grade AVID Students Create Carnival for Teachers: (8/4/17) June 23, 2017, which was the last day of school for staff, GMS 8th grade AVID students created a midway of carnival games for the GMS staff.  The games included a basket toss,  basketball toss, wiffle ball throw, dart game, and a ping pong toss.  The Students designed, built and supervised ... more >>
Last Day of School Staff Photo: (6/29/17) Bellevue staff gather to send of the class of 2017!  We will miss those that are moving on and look forward to seeing our students next year but for now we celebrate the summer season!  Have a happy summer everyone from Bellevue! more >>
GMS Celebrates its Third Annual Multi-Cultural Festival: (6/22/17) GMS celebrated our cultural diversity with our Third Annual Multi-Cultural Festival, Cultural Fusion .  Our Students shared music and dance from Nepal, Thailand,  Somalia, West Africa, Cuba, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, and the United States.   more >>
GMS WEB Leaders Meet New WEB leaders: (6/22/17) In June, our 2016-17 WEB Leaders met with our 2017-18 WEB leaders for our annual "Spring Play Day."  This is the only opportunity that our veteran WEB leaders have to train our incoming WEB leaders.  Our WEB leaders share insights about the program as well as show the new WEB leaders ... more >>
GMS 8th Grade Students go to Baltimore and Washington, DC: (6/22/17) GMS 8th grade students just returned from 3 days in Baltimore and Washington, D.C.  In Baltimore, GMS scholars enjoyed the Inner Harbor, the Science Center and the National Aquarium.  GMS scholars were very grateful that the Megladon Shark is extinct!  We finished our evening in Maryland ... more >>
Wegmans Brings a Farmer's Market to Bellevue: (6/9/17) On June 8, 2017, Wegmans brought the experience of a farmer's market to Bellevue Elementary School.  All of the students received a bag full of delicious and nutritious fruits and vegetables.  The experience was absolutely wonderful!   ... more >>
Bellevue Artists Place at SCSD Bus Safety Contest!!: (5/23/17) Bellevue artists do it again! We are so pleased to announce the following students who were recognized for participating in the SCSD Bus Safety Contest:                Marcienne Emmanuel – 3 rd Place                 ... more >>
Family Field Trip Camp Out at The Most: (5/22/17)   The Family Field Trip Camp In overnight at the MOST was a huge success! We had over 90 people. Thank you to the family engagement team for planning and thank you to all staff that attended. We all ... more >>
Teen Book Fiends at Teen Book Fest 2017: () more >>
Roberts Follows the Yellow Brick Road to Oz!: (5/19/17) more >>
Roberts' Ice Cream Social: (5/2/17) Ice Cream Social! Wed. May 10 from 6-7 pm. Have an ice cream treat and visit our Book Fair! more >>
Spring Book Fair: (5/2/17) Our Spring Book Fair will be held in the Roberts Library from Monday, May 8 until Fri. May, 12. Classes will be coming to the Book Fair to browse or purchase books during their library time. There will be an evening Book Fair on Fri., May 10, from 5-7 pm and from 6-7 pm our Ice Cream Social. Look for ... more >>
Bellevue's Verita House Raises Awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month: (5/1/17) In honor of Child Abuse prevention month, the Bellevue Verita house wanted to support McMahon Ryan’s campaign to end child abuse. The Bellevue Verita house planted a pinwheel garden in front of the school to help raise awareness of the ongoing issue of child abuse and neglect. more >>
Teen Book Fiends visit OCPL Central Library to make videos: (5/3/17) Scholars from Ed Smith and Danforth Teen Book Fiends met at OCPL Central Library. Dragana Drobnjak and Rene Battelle taught everyone about stop-motion video. The scholars then created video based on books we have read and how they feel about choosing books they like. Visit here to see their videos. ... more >>
Bellevue Principal Sarah Cupelli recognizes Vice Principal Lynelle Francis this week in celebration of National Assistant Principals Week!: (4/11/17) Bellevue Principal Sarah Cupelli wanted to recognize Vice Principal Lynelle Francis this week in celebration of National Assistant Principals Week! “She is valuable to our school because of her organization and follow through with all testing that occurs in our building—her dedication ... more >>



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Dr King Elementary School
Dr Weeks Elementary School
Ed Smith
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Expeditionary Learning School
Franklin Elementary School
Frazer K-8 School
Grant Middle School
Henninger High School
Hughes Middle School
Huntington K-8 School
HW Smith K-8 School
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Johnson Center / Adult Education
LeMoyne Elementary School
Lincoln Middle School
McCarthy at Beard
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
Montessori at Lemoyne
Nottingham High School
Porter Elementary School
Professional Development
PSLA @ Fowler
Roberts preK-8 School
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
Superintendent
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Van Duyn Elementary School
Webster
Westside Academy at Blodgett
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High Schools
Corcoran
Henninger
Institute of Technology at Central
Nottingham
PSLA @ Fowler

Alternative Education Programs
CORE K-8 @ Elmwood
Elmcrest
Johnson Center/Adult Education
McCarthy @ Beard

Middle & K-8 Schools
Clary Middle School
Danforth Middle School
Ed Smith Pre-K-8 School
Expeditionary Learning Middle School
Frazer Pre-K-8 School
Grant Middle School
Huntington Pre-K-8 School
HW Smith Pre-K-8 School
Lincoln Middle School
Roberts Pre-K-8 School
Westside Academy at Blodgett

Elementary Schools
Bellevue Elementary School
Delaware Elementary School
Delaware Primary
Dr. King Elementary School
Dr. Weeks Elementary School
Franklin Elementary School
Hughes Elementary School
LeMoyne Elementary School
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
Montessori at Lemoyne
Porter Elementary School
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
Syracuse Latin
Van Duyn Elementary School
Webster Elementary School

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