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John P. Phelan, Superintendent of Schools

In every entry you will find news from the schools as well as entries that will be staples in each edition, such as Teaching and Learning, School Committee Updates, and Good News.  We hope to highlight our staff, students, and this amazing community we are all part of.  There is a tremendous amount of activity in every school in Belmont, and we are proud to share it through this newsletter and the BPS website.

John P. Phelan,
Superintendent of Schools 
email: jphelanblog@belmont.k12.ma.us

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January 14 Newsletter

date 1/14/2016

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.

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December Newsletter

date 12/16/2015
The December break has come upon us quickly—especially with Thanksgiving occurring later this year.  Whatever holiday you celebrate, I wish you a happy holiday season, and a Happy New Year.

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November Newsletter

date 11/24/2015
There is one newsletter this month due to the Thanksgiving break.  Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and safe travels.  What better way to start the day than cheering at a football game before the big meal.  Belmont vs. Watertown at Watertown High School Victory Field at 10:15 a.m.  Ticket information is below.

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October 30 Newsletter

date 10/30/2015
This is a busy weekend with Halloween on Saturday and the clocks turning back on Sunday when Daylight Savings time ends, giving us that needed extra hour of sleep. Also marking our time is the upcoming end of the first quarter of school, where exciting stuff is happening in teaching and learning. Happy Halloween to all, have a great weekend.  

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October 9 Newsletter

date 10/9/2015

Hard to believe it is already October, and we are approaching Columbus Day.  Perhaps you are going "leaf-peeping", apple picking or to a soccer or football game during the long weekend.  Whatever is on your agenda, I wish you all a great holiday. Below is the newsletter with the many teaching and learning and school activities through the end of the month.

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