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Belmont High School Students Spin off “Hour of Code” Week with a New Take on Apps

Belmont High School Students Spin off “Hour of Code” Week with a New Take on Apps


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The Holly Jolly Trolley Tour 2014 was a colossal success!

The Holly Jolly Trolley Tour 2014 was a colossal success!

The trolleys were like holiday jewel boxes on wheels, festooned by an amazing "pit crew" of decorating mothers of music students.
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Walking Wednesdays

Walking Wednesdays

Hundreds of students are taking part in the Walking Wednesdays program at the Burbank School. The closing day of the program held a Beach Party theme on December 10. The program will start up again in April and run through June.
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Bandorama XLIII

Bandorama XLIII


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Students from Belmont High School Inducted into National Honors Society

Students from Belmont High School Inducted into National Honors Society

The National Honors Society Induction Ceremony saw 106 Belmont High School (BHS) students recognized.
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Belmont High School Students Win Spot on WGBH’s High School Quiz Show

Belmont High School Students Win Spot on WGBH’s High School Quiz Show

The students are from left to right for the first image: Clare Lai, Sai Sriraman, Thomas Zembowicz, Rhaul Ramakrishnan and Lucas Jenkins.
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Belmont Idol 2015

Belmont Idol 2015

Save the Date for Belmont Idol 2015 - THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th , 2015.
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Massachusetts Teacher of the Year

Massachusetts Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Belmont High School Social Studies teacher Dr. Jeff Shea for being selected as the Massachusetts Teacher of the Year. 
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U. S. News & World Report once again ranks Belmont High School among the top ten high schools in Massachusetts.
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Belmont Public Schools News

Belmont High School Students Win a Spot on WGBH’s High School Quiz Show
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Come support your fellow Belmontians as they compete on WGBH’s High School Quiz Show! BELMONT VS. SHREWSBURY on Saturday, January 24th, 3:00pm at WGBH! [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 19, 2014

Eat Around the World
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Another installment of “EAT AROUND THE WORLD” down in the BHS café. Today’s Indian feature is Tandoori Chicken (Marinated for days in Yogurt and Spices) served with Tomato Ginger Dal, Raita/Yogurt Sauce and White Rice. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 19, 2014

FBE - Please Join us in Thanking Our Corporate Sponsors
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Belmont’s strong history of academic excellence in its public schools is a direct result of our community’s unwavering commitment to supporting our students. During this time of good wishes and gratitude, the Foundation for Belmont Education would like to thank all of our corporate sponsors, whose substantial support helped make 2014 such a resounding success. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 18, 2014

METCO: Belmont Community Breakfast and Fundraising
We need you, your family, and all your affiliations to help us raise funds that for the last 21 years, have supported METCO students in Belmont. Yesterday, 25 packs of tickets, each pack has ten tickets, were delivered to METCO office. We need 25 parents to sell these tickets. Please call at 617-993-5850, we will then send them home with your child. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 16, 2014

MLK Community Breakfast, January 19th
Guest Speaker PHILLIP MARTIN WGBH SENIOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER. “What if we do nothing?”: Ferguson, Boston and the Cost of Non-engagement. Music by Belmont Community Chorus. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 16, 2014

Belmont World Film 2015 - Family Film Festival
JANUARY 16-19, 2015Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.Regent Theater, 7 Medford Street, [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 16, 2014

Belmont High School Students Spin off “Hour of Code” Week with a New Take on Apps
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Belmont High School students are learning to write computer codes, joining millions of students, celebrities, and one U.S. President. Engineering and Computer Science teacher Diane Brancazio hosted the first “Hour of Code” event at Belmont High School (BHS) on December 15 but with a twist. Brancazio asked students to write an app for an Android smart phone/device using MIT App Inventor. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 15, 2014

Walking Wednesdays
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Hundreds of students are taking part in the Walking Wednesdays program at the Burbank School. The ten weeks of walking in the fall began on October 8 and ended on December 10. The program will start up again in April and run through June. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 11, 2014

Annual Bandorama XLIII Concert
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Our annual Band-O-Rama Concert was a fun and enjoyable evening for everyone. Another Department of Fine and Performing Arts great success! [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 11, 2014

School Committee Curriculum & Instruction Subcommittee Meeting - December 19, 2014
School Committee Curriculum & Instruction Subcommittee Meeting - December 19, 2014
posted by Cathy Grant Cathy Grant on Dec 10, 2014

Gift Giving Letter from Superintendent
Dear Belmontians, As we approach the holiday season, I have an obligation to remind those who would like to recognize the hard work of teachers and educators that there are legal restrictions about gifts to public employees. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 09, 2014

Save the Date for the FBE Spring Dinner
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SAVE THE DATE - THE FBE 16TH ANNUAL SPRING DINNER - BELMONT HILL SCHOOL - Invitation to follow [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 08, 2014

National Honors Society Induction
The National Honors Society Induction Ceremony saw 106 Belmont High School (BHS) students recognized for their outstanding scholarship, leadership, service and character. The induction took place at the high school on December 3. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Dec 04, 2014

BHS MMEA Senior District Results
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We are proud to announce that sixty-six students from Belmont High School were accepted to perform in the 2015 Senior District Festival based on the strength of their auditions. This is the highest number of accepted students from BHS in recent memory. Furthermore, thirty-two of these students achieved audition scores high enough to earn an All-State recommendation, which gives them the opportunity to audition for the state-wide festival later this winter. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Nov 25, 2014

Countries and Cultures Celebrated at Burbank Multicultural Fair
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Students and families visited over 15 countries on November 21 without ever needing a ride to the airport at the well attended Multicultural Fair at Burbank School, organized by the Burbank PTA. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Nov 25, 2014

Thank a Teacher during the Holiday Season
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Please order your STAR or Friend Awards by December 14 to ensure delivery before schools close for the winter break. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Nov 20, 2014

E-Books now available at CMS!
Through the generous support of the Foundation for Belmont Education, we now have a core (and growing) collection of fiction and nonfiction titles available in electronic format accessible through our online book catalog DESTINY. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Nov 20, 2014

FBE and Subaru - Making a Difference in the Belmont Public Schools
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Under this program, consumers who purchase or lease a new vehicle between November 20th and January 2nd can select the Foundation for Belmont Education as their charity of choice, and Subaru will donate $250 to the FBE in support of educational excellence in Belmont’s public schools. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Nov 19, 2014

METCO: High School Parent Meeting Re-scheduled
The METCO High School Parent Meeting rescheduled from November 20, 2014 to April 7th, 2015. Dan Richards, BHS Principal, is our speaker for the evening. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Nov 18, 2014

METCO: Academic Support
A Tutor has been hired to work with students in the METCO Academic Support Center beginning Tuesday, [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager BPS Web Manager on Oct 21, 2014

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Superintendent's Message


December 11th Newsletter

John Phelan, Superintendent of Schools

The holiday months past and present of giving thanks and familial gatherings around the table make us proud to be part of another family, that of the Belmont Schools.  As we celebrate this season of many holidays we all hold close to us, we also celebrate the many achievements and hard work of the staff, students, families, and supporters of the Belmont Schools.  The next newsletter will be penned when we return in January.  In the meantime, I wish you safe travels and have a wonderful winter recess and Happy New Year. 

Quote of the Month:  “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”  
- Nelson Mandela

SCHOOL COMMITTEE

The School Committee meetings will be now begin at 7:00 p.m., a half an hour earlier from the original time of 7:30 p.m., and will go until approximately 9:00 p.m.  The dates of the meetings will not change. 

  • FY15 Budget Update
    • Due to a projected short fall in the budget this year, the Leadership Team of the district has engaged in cost savings conversation.  They have analyzed the budget and have identified some potential reduction measures that will be implemented this year.  The measures will be outlined and presented at our next full School Committee Meeting. Unfortunately the staff has had to implement such cost savings in previous years and will be familiar with the process of being more frugal with our expenditures for the remainder of the school year.
  • Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA)
    • The MSBA came out to tour Belmont High School on October 29.  This visit was called a Senior Study by the MSBA. This purpose of this tour was to examine both facility condition and programmatic issues as relayed in the Statement of Interest (SOI) submitted by Belmont Public Schools last spring.  The proposal has not advanced in any way; this visit was only the MSBA conducting a tour to perform its due diligence during this SOI stage.
    • The MSBA will be communicating the outcome of the SOI process to all districts in the coming weeks.

TEACHING AND LEARNING

  • CODE.ORG - Belmont High School Technology and Engineering Teacher Diane Brancazio is hosting an “Hour of Code” event on Monday, Dec 15.  This event spins off the national Computer Science Education Week designated by the U.S. House of Representatives in recognition of the transformative role of computing and necessity of rigorous computer science education at all school levels.  Rep.  Katherine Clark (D-MA) is planning to attend and participate. This event will give students an opportunity to try out a new skill that emphasizes problem solving, logical thinking, and creativity.  They will leave with a new understanding of what coding is and knowledge of the many resources available to help them learn programs suitable for apps, web design, data analysis, animation, robotics, etc.  U.S. News and World Report rated “Software Developer” their top career for 2014, yet lack of exposure prevents many students from even considering this field or pursuing the skill to use in a variety of other fields.  Computer programming is necessary for creating scientific models and simulations, analyzing huge amounts of data in healthcare, retail or politics, creating apps and interfaces for technologies, as well as maintaining information systems. As a career, computer science is unique in that it fosters social/economic mobility more so than many other fields.  Anyone can learn on their own with the vast amount of free resources available.  Great stuff – thank you Ms. Brancazio.
  • This week I have had the pleasure of doing a “classroom walk through” at several of our schools over the last few weeks. It was impressive to see our teachers and students engaged in rigorous and meaningful learning at the Burbank, Butler, Winn Brook and Chenery schools.  I am continually impressed with the high quality of teaching and the engagement of our students.  I am scheduled to do a classroom walk through at Wellington this Friday and Belmont High School next week.  Great teaching and learning is happening in our classrooms.
  • Commissioner of Education Mitchell Chester will be touring Belmont High School Friday, December 12.  We are looking forward to hosting this visit and give the Commissioner a chance to visit our classrooms and conduct focus groups with our students and staff.  The Belmont Public Schools was also fortunate to have had Secretary of Education Mathew Malone visit the Butler School last week. It is nice to be able to show off our teachers and students to the two educational leaders of our Commonwealth.

GOOD NEWS

  • BHS Quarter One Honor Rolls saw the most students ever on the list, according to Principal Daniel Richards.  Congratulations to all.  See the website for more.
  • The National Honors Society Induction on Dec. 3 saw 106 students recognized for their outstanding scholarship, leadership, service and character. Selection of students for membership is by a faculty council and is based on those criteria along with a qualifying cumulative grade point average.  Once selected, members are required to continue to demonstrate these qualities and fulfill other responsibilities outlined in the National Honor Society Constitution.  Congratulations to all the new inductees on their achievement.  Thanks to National Honors Society Advisor Risa Carp and the high school staff for all their work.  See more on our website.
  • Belmont High School students will be competing in Season Six of WGBH’s High School Quiz Show after making the top 16 out of 120 teams from across the state in a fierce tryout on November 16.  Students Thomas Zembowicz, Rahul Ramakrishnan, Clare Lai, Lucas Jenkins, and Sai Sriraman will begin taping in late January, and the show will premiere on Saturday, February 7 at 6:00 p.m.  BHS science teacher Stacy Williams is their faculty advisor/leader, and says she is “happy to be their cheerleader and paperwork filer.” Congratulations and good luck to all!  See our website for more on this.  For more information about the program and tickets, go to the WGBH website.  
  • The Multicultural Fair at Burbank Huge Success.  Students and families were able to visit 15 countries represented in the cafeteria.  Exhibits shown included pictures, maps, crafts, language, literature and foods presented by Burbank families.  Burbank students dressed in the traditional clothing of their culture.  The audience was treated to a dance performance by the Aakriti School of Indian Dance, the Yanvalou Drum and Dance Ensemble performing African music from Haiti and Ghana, and student performances of a Chinese song and a Nepali folk dance.  Thanks to the Burbank families, PTA, and the Belmont Cultural Council for a grant to support the guest performance ensemble.  See our website for more.
  • The elementary schools are using paper lunch trays instead of Styrofoam trays in an effort to reduce the trash by recycling more.  The pilot program called “Trayless Thursdays” has been in multiple elementary schools Thursdays in November and December, and is being led by Mary Beth Calnan, recycling coordinator for the town and help from the PTO/PTA Green Teams.  Mary Beth Calnan says she is seeing approximately 63 percent of the trays recycled instead of trashed in all the schools participating and she will be re-evaluating the program over the winter break to see how it will continue for the remainder of the school year.  Food Services Director Dustin O’Brien and the food service staffs have been extremely helpful in the implementation of this program as have the parent/caregiver volunteers who have helped students recycling their trays, and the custodial staff.

FUN FOR ALL

Thank you to the PTO/PTA, the parent volunteers, and the staff for all the planning, work and dedication that goes into all the wonderful programs and events at Belmont Schools.  The following are just some of what’s been happening: 

  • Winn Brook School held its first Game Night on December 3 to an enthusiastic crowd.  Families played a variety of fun and educational card and board games, sponsored by Gamewright. The Book Fair was also going on that night and several days after with online sales through December 12.  A great bustling night of activity for all.  See pictures on the Winn Brook website.
  • Burbank Book Fair on December 5 was a rousing success complete with Ryan the Magician, who entertained the crowd in the afternoon.  The magician isn’t the only one who can make things disappear as treats vanished from the Annual Brownie Troop Bake Sale that raised almost $400 for books (way to go Brownies!).  The books are provided by Book Ends, a local book shop.  All proceeds from the book fair and the bake sale are used to support classroom libraries and the Burbank School library.
  • Chenery held a Trivia Night on December 3 sponsored by the Student Council, and all students and families were invited to this free night.  Donations were accepted at the event to support the eighth grade students travelling to DC.  Chenery Book Fair was also a great success, held on December 2.
  • Wellington held their annual Book Fair beginning on November 12.  The theme this year was a “literacy castle” complete with knights and a drawbridge.  Principal Amy Spangler made sure castle and knight had a fairy tale ending.  If the goal was exceeded by five percent, she would kiss a real frog!  The goal was exceeded and there were 4,946 books sold, raising $24, 730, with more than $600 raised for a book library at Boston Children’s Hospital as part of the Book Fair.  Wellington students were delighted in being shown a video of Principal Spangler kissing a frog.  No word yet if the frog became a prince.
  • Walking Wednesdays at Burbank saw more than 220 students walk to school during the Turkey Trot on November 26, where some students wore turkey hats and played Turkey Tag.  Every week a sneaker trophy is awarded to the class with the most walkers, and the winning classes keep the trophy for a week. The last walk of the season ended December 10 with a Beach Party, complete with sun hats and sunglasses and playing on the “beach”.  The program starts up again in the spring, April through June.  See more about Walking Wednesdays and some great photos on our website.

ATHLETICS

  • Despite frigid temperatures and a snow covered field, the Marauders played to a huge crowd on Thanksgiving Day against Watertown High School, who won 34-13.  This is the 94th annual Thanksgiving Day game with Watertown High School and the last game for the graduating seniors of Belmont High.  Well done, congratulations and thanks to the team, the cheerleaders, the Marching Band led by Director Paul Ketchen, and Coach Yann Kumin for a great season.
  • Girl’s Swimmer Jessica Blake-West was named to both the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald All-Scholastic Swim Team.  They recognize the state’s top athletes in each sport.  A huge honor for her, and we congratulate her.
  • Winter sports begin December 2.  The opening dates for the winter teams are:

12/13/14: Wrestling at Triton Regional HS
12/16/14:  Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball at Watertown
12/16/14:  Boys and Girls Indoor Track at Harvard University
12/17/14:  Boys Varsity Ice Hockey Home vs. Melrose
12/17/14:  Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Belmont/Watertown at Watertown
12/19/14:  Boys Swim and Diving Home vs. Burlington
01/06/15:  Boys and Girls Alpine Ski at Nashoba Ski area

See the BHS Athletic website for the complete schedule, Good luck to all this season!  

FINE ARTS

  • The Belmont High School Marching band held instruments high in freezing temperatures at the Thanksgiving Day football game.  The band certainly lived up to their name “The Pride of Belmont”, led by Director Paul Ketchen with Drum Majors Elaine Miao, Riley Grand and Helena Kim.  Color Guard instructor John Duffy made everyone look good on the field, congratulations to all and well done.
  • BHS Sing-a-Rama and String a-Rama performed last month, and Band-a-Rama performed this week (December 8).  More than 1,200 Belmont Public Schools students perform in these concerts, comprised of elementary and secondary grades.  There is a tremendous amount of work that goes into the concerts, from teachers who manage the production to the custodial staff who move equipment from the Chenery School to the High School.  The Athletic Department consents to the Field House staged as the venue for Band-a-Rama, and the parent support group Parents of Music Students (POMS), and staff all help with these events.  Sing-a-Rama was led by Nate Haywood (All-Town Elementary Chorus Director), Christine Moser (CMS Chorus Director) and Sean Landers (BHS Chorus Director); String-a-Rama led b Laura Messina (elementary string teacher) and Margot Reavey (CHS/BHS Orchestra Director); and Band-a-Rama is led by John McLellan and Sharon Phipps (Elementary and CMS Band Directors) and Paul Ketchen (BHS Band Director).
  • Sixty-six students from Belmont High School were accepted to perform in the Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) 2015 Northeastern Senior District Festival after a day of auditions on November 15 at North Andover High school.  The Festival will be held on Saturday, January 10 at Lowell High School.  This is a record number of accepted students from BHS in recent memory for band, orchestra, chorus, and jazz ensembles.  Thirty-two of these students had audition scores high enough to earn an All-State recommendation, which allows them to audition for the state-wide festival later this winter.  The students who were not accepted missed the cutoff score by less than five points and some by one point.  All these students are to be congratulated for their high degree of musicianship.  These results show the high quality of music and art education provided by the teachers who work with them every day and the continued support from the community for arts education in our schools.  For more information and the names of the accepted students see the BPS website
  • Four Belmont High School students have been selected out of 810 highly advanced music students on the east coast to participate in the NAfME (National Association for Music Education) All-Eastern Honors Ensembles, taking place April 9-12 in Providence, Rhode Island.  These students were chosen based on the strength of their All-State auditions in January, 2014, as well as a review of their overall experiences as musicians.  We congratulate Anupama Dinesh, bassoon (junior); Andrew Eurdolian, oboe (senior); Eunice Lee, flute (senior), and Anna Makar-Limanov, chorus (junior) who will be representing Belmont High School and the BPS Music Department at the NAfME Festival.

OF NOTE

  • Chenery Middle School recently added an electronic and digital audio book collection for CMS students and families.  The growing collection of fiction and nonfiction titles is available through the generous support of the Foundation for Belmont Education.  For more information on how to access the online book catalog see the CMS website.
  • Parents of Music Students (POMS) with help from Belmont Savings Bank are holding the first annual trolley tour through Belmont on Saturday, December 13, with small ensembles of high school singers and musicians leading passengers in festive musical fun.  The trolleys will be decorated, and hot chocolate waits at the end of the 30 minute tours in the Belmont Savings Bank depot.  The cost per rider is $15; children who can sit on your lap are free.  POMS is a parent-run organization that raises money for the music programs in the Belmont Public schools.  Purchasing tickets in advance for the trolley is recommended.  There are six trips to choose from between 4:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.  You can get more information and buy tickets at the Belmont Savings Bank or through the POMS website.
  • This year Belmont High School honored its first group who received the Model Marauder Awards for Excellence and Creativity.  The students and staff can be nominated on a quarterly basis.  BHS students are eligible to be nominated for the Award in the areas of scholarship, art and citizenship (three finalists for each category).  Staff is eligible to be nominated in the areas of teaching, learning and meeting the needs of students and their families (three finalists).  Student and Staff nominations are reviewed by a committee of staff members who forward finalists to the school administration for evaluation.  The first group is:

Staff Award:

  • Math teacher Dan Moresco for his creative teaching, involvement and his caring approach to students and faculty at BHS.

Student Awards:

  • Kolya Illarionov (scholarship) for outstanding commitment to academics and the creative flair he has with projects and presentations.
  • Anna Handte-Reinecker (art) for excellence in photography and creating her own dolly system for time-lapse camera shots.
  • Devan O’Toole and Tess Hayner (citizenship).  Devan O’Toole created, advertised, planned and ran the first Haunted House Fundraiser held during the Masquerade Concert, which raised $1,100 for the Make a Wish Foundation.  Tess Hayner created, planned and ran the first “Speed Dating Career Night”, where seniors and juniors were able to meet and speak to young career professionals. 
  • The last few years has seen the district become heavily dependent upon technology services such as Edline, security systems, WiFi access, classroom computers, electronic forms, online bill pay, student information systems—these are some of the most visible technology services but there are many others.  Behind the scenes is the continuous work of the district’s network group to ensure systems and services are available and running during the school day, after school hours, and on weekends.  Thanks to Network Manager Phil Sullivan, Assistant Network Manager Bob Coate and the Technology Department support staff for building and maintaining a dependable network essential to district operations, teaching and learning.
  • The Foundation for Belmont Education (FBE) had two very successful fall fundraisers, with $20k from the Spelling Bee and $20k from the Dan Scharfman Memorial Run.  The FBE, a star in our book, is also presenting the STAR or Friend award.  Send a $20 Award donation to the FBE, and they will send a STAR Award to your honored Belmont Public School teacher or staff member or a Friend Award to a community member with your name and personal message.  The FBE says to insure delivery before the winter break, please place your Award order by Friday, December 12 at the FBE website
  • Good News from the FBE continues as they have just announced they awarded $22,625 to 13 Learning Excellence grants for Cycle 1 of the 2014-2015 academic year.  These grants are awarded twice a year for classroom and curriculum supplements.  Including this cycle of grants the FBE has awarded 600 grants since 1993, totaling more than $2.8 million.  We are so appreciative of and thankful to our friends at the FBE.

CALENDAR

Below are events for the remainder of December and the first week back from Winter Recess:

DATE

TIME/PLACE

EVENT

12/11/2014

7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m./Chenery Auditorium (snow date 12/15) 

Chenery Honors Concert

12/12/2014

9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m./Chenery Auditorium

Fifth Grade Chorus Concert

12/12/2014

7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m./BHS Little Theatre (snow date 12/19) 

Improv! (An evening of improv comedy with the BHS PAC)

12/13/2014

Belmont High School 

ACT Testing

12/13/2014

 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m./Harrington Administration Bldg., 328 Lowell St., Lexington (across Harrington School pkg. lot) 
LABB Best Buddies Craft Fair

12/16/2014

7:00 p.m./Chenery Large Community Room 

School Committee Meeting

12/17/2014

7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m./BHS Auditorium (snow date 12/18) 

BHS Winter Concert

12/17/2014

7:00 p.m./Butler Library 

PTA Meeting

12/22/2014 9:20 a.m./Winn Brook Gym  Winn Brook Winter Concert
12/23/2014  9:00 a.m./Burbank Gym Burbank Winter Assembly
12/24/2014 – 1/4/2015  No schools in session Winter Recess
1/6/2015 7:00 p.m./Chenery Large Community Room School Committee Meeting
1/10/2015  Lowell High School  MMEA Senior District Festival/Concert

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