Kindergarten registration is continuing. Please be sure to enroll your child if they will be 5 on/or before September 1st!
If your child turns 5 between September 2nd and December 2nd, they are eligible for Transitional Kindergarten.
Please see AUSD website for more information on Enrollment.
In order for children to develop into contributing adults In our society, Belshaw’s mission is to:
Our uniform colors are:
Tops: Navy, Lt. Blue and White.
Bottoms: Navy or Khaki, (no demin)
See more detail in the Our School Section
WELCOME TO BELSHAW SCHOOL
At Belshaw Elementary we welcome students and parents alike. Beyond educating your student, we promote respect and responsibility. We also promote trustworthiness, caring and citizenship in order to make our school a wonderful place to be. At Belshaw we have caring and supportive teachers and staff that continue to strive to make Belshaw a great school for your child. Our PTO and ELAC parent groups are very active and help create many fun activities for our students. Please join our school family and participate in the many opportunities available to be a valuable addition to the Belshaw Bears.
Your Voice Matters
The California School Parent Survey is an opportunity for you to help this school by sharing your opinions about it. Your opinions are important, and the school is interested in hearing them.
We are interested in your thoughts on this school’s efforts to promote academic success and well-being for every student, regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, or other circumstances.
If you have more than one child at this school, please think about the oldest of these children as you answer the questions.
For link to survey click here.
Belshaw's "Bear Necessities"
Belshaw Elementary School is excited to be participating, for the second year, in the district-wide program called Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). This is a comprehensive program which provides varying levels of support based on specific behavior needs of our students.
Our students are taught the “Bear Necessities”: Be Kind, Be Honest, Be Responsible. Students are taught to use the Bear Necessities in all aspects of school life by using “Toolbox” strategies.
We provide opportunities to recognize students who are making positive choices and demonstrating positive leadership.
Students earn Bear Paws, which are posted in the office for all to see, along with Bear Coins, which can be traded in for prizes. In addition, this year we are implementing the Bear Patrol to recognize students with perfect attendance.
Thank you for supporting Belshaws endeavors for positive student recognition. For more information about PBIS please follow the link: http://www.antioch.k12.ca.us/PBIS
TOOLBOX is a research-based, community-tested Kindergarten through sixth grade social and emotional learning (SEL) program.
For more information, click on the picture above!
DID YOU KNOW?
WHAT YOU CAN DO
22 - Minimum Day
23 - Winter Break Begins
Mrs. Colleen Sanchez
2016-17 School Academic Plan
Click on the picture below to watch a video created by the Deer Valley Video Production Team.
Please help to support Belshaw by joining Shoparoo!
For more information, click HERE!
Student Safety Tips for Parents