Belmont Public Schools parents may now pay most school-related fees online.
We can see the light at the end of the winter tunnel with Daylight Savings time beginning on March 13, followed by St. Patrick's Day and the first day of Spring on March 20. Schools also reached the 100 day mark on February 10. It is hard to believe there are less than 80 days left of school, with much teaching and learning and activities to pack into the rest of the year. Please take a look at the latest newsletter and calendar items below.
There is good news this past week, from the Massachusetts School Building Authority vote to students excelling in competitions in Fine and Performing Arts. A great way to end the first month of the new year and begin the next. Due to the February break there is one newsletter.
It is hard to believe we are almost halfway through the school year and coming upon the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. I hope the start of your new year is happy and healthy. Below is some of the latest news from the district.
Belmont school news in your living room and online with a new television show called “Belmont Schools NOW” hosted by Superintendent John Phelan.
April saw elections for Town and School Committee positions and a surprise snow storm thrown in the mix. As we move forward with the last quarter of school, and hopefully have seen the last of snow for the season, please take a minute to look at the latest news in the district. Have a wonderful April recess. Continue Reading→