Belwood Headlines and Features
Georgia's End Of Grades Milestones testing will take place for 3rd-5th grade students in May, 2021. It will be important for students to eat a good breakfast, be present, be on-time and be well rested. 3rd Grade GA Milestones (Reading/ELA, Math); May 3-7 4th Grade GA Milestones (Reading/ELA, Math); May 10-14 5th Grade GA Milestones (Reading/ELA, Math, & Science)- May 3-7 and May 17
GCS has adopted a protocol for addressing the nationwide vaping epidemic. Elementary students are not subject to the 6-12 code of conduct but any violation of this code by an elementary-aged student will be considered a serious violation and will be disciplined by administration. All of our campuses are smoke-free and we ask visitors to not vape or use e-cigarettes while on campus or at school-sanctioned events.
MayParent & Family Feedback:
As parents and/or guardians in our school community, your input as a stakeholder is valued. Please take a few minutes to let us know your opinion regarding our parental involvement activities as they relate to the academic program and overall achievement of our school. We will use the results to evaluate and strengthen the impact of our parental involvement efforts. Please complete this survey by May 21, 2021.
Thank you for your participation.
Spanish - https://forms.gle/j4PNT6YnXeRS9XR5A
English - https://forms.gle/HivoYxdYqpyw5uu29End of Grades Milestones Testing
Parent Access to Schoology
Schoology directions for parents can be found under the the parent tab on the BES website or by clicking Schoology for Parents in blue. This information was shown during orientation. Schoology for Parents
Belwood VAL Students
If your virtual student needs assistance from Mrs. Blalock, the counselor, they can access a request form from the Couseling website at VAL Request to Speak to the Counselor
COVID-19 Support:The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) is operating the Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Line to assist people who have been emotionally, physically, or financially impacted by COVID-19. The Emotional Support Line is free, confidential and anonymous. Trained mental health professionals are available to provide a “listening ear” to Georgians who need emotional support and referrals to resources in their communities. The Emotional Support Line is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Individuals experiencing a medical or behavioral health emergency, should call their doctor, the Georgia Crisis & Access Line (800-715-4225) or 911 immediately.
Registration is now open for Gordon County Schools' After School Program. Visit gcbe.org/ASP to create an online account and register your child.