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  1. BCS Chapter Chats

    Posted on September 18, 2019 - School News

    Last September, Belgrade Central School decided to form a book club for staff members who are regular readers in their personal time. They quickly dubbed the meetings “Chapter Chats” and they met seven times over the course of last school year. Members share books that they enjoy from fiction to memoirs and even arranged a… Read More

  2. Drop-off/Pick-up procedures for Grades K-5 at BCS

    Posted on August 27, 2019 - School News

    Welcome and thank you for sharing your child with us!  The school’s administration, faculty, and staff here at Belgrade Central School are eager to start a new year, and we have been busily preparing for the months ahead. Much of that preparation has been in the form of renovating and improving our parking lots and… Read More

  3. BCS Last Days of School ABCs

    Posted on June 19, 2019 - School News

    The second-grade students at BCS have been counting down to the end of the year using an “ABC” countdown. Each day, students celebrated all of the hard work and effort they put forth this school year by participating in a special activity. Each activity was associated with a letter of the alphabet. The countdown was… Read More

  4. BCS Salmon Release

    Posted on June 15, 2019 - School News

    After keeping our 194 out of 200 salmon eggs safe over the winter, second graders headed to Bond Brook in Augusta to release the FRY into the wild.  Even after a power outage and cooler malfunction, we were able to keep most of the eggs safe and moving through the lifecycle. The second graders enjoyed… Read More

  5. Playing Ball with Ms. Bacon

    Posted on June 9, 2019 - School News

    The end of the school year is a busy time for any building principal, but kids come first.  Ms. Bacon took some time out to play ball with 5th graders at BCS last week. Everyone had a great time.  

  6. BBBA reading program is complete and the winner is…

    Posted on May 17, 2019 - School News

    All the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students at Belgrade Central School have been reading like crazy and have completed the new and improved Black Bear Book Award Program for the year. They blew their goal of collectively reading 350 books out of the water and finished super strong with 481 books read!  The lucky… Read More

  7. Student Wellness Passport at BCS

    Posted on May 13, 2019 - School News

    The wellness initiative is happily spreading to our students!  In response to the district’s Lifestyles Challenge and wellness passport, BCS 5th grade teacher Kristen Pietri decided it would be good for her students to have something similar to work on over April vacation. She got permission from the district Lifestyles team to modify the staff… Read More

  8. Kevin Hawkes visits BCS

    Posted on April 12, 2019 - School News

    Mrs. Daniels and Mrs. Bailey loved planning for and spending the day with Maine author and illustrator Kevin Hawkes. All PK-2 students at the Belgrade Central School had a blast. This visit was made possible by funding from the Stevens Fund and we are so grateful. The day was full of drawing, storytelling, pink bunny… Read More

  9. Second Grade Space Research Project

    Posted on April 4, 2019 - School News

    Written By BCS Second Graders, Mrs. Dunbar & Miss Zemrak’s classes We, the second-grade students at Belgrade Central School, have published nonfiction books about the solar system. We were not born as nonfiction authors—we had to first become experts on our topic. The first step we took was to read as many nonfiction books about the… Read More

  10. The Snow Queen

    Posted on March 29, 2019 - School News

    By Emmy Dunbar 4th Grade Belgrade Central School One of our favorite weeks of the school year has come to an end. March 4th- March 8th was Missoula week at Belgrade Central School. The set is now packed up and Justin and Daniel have hit the road and are heading to a school in New… Read More

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