Due to icy secondary roads, Bellevue Community Schools will be closed today, Monday, January 10.
7 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Please enjoy the latest edition of our District Newsletter. https://5il.co/140uu
7 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Hello, Broncos! Here are some helpful tools for navigating the new CDC guidelines for how to respond if you or a family member tests positive for COVID-19 and how to respond if you or a family member have been exposed to someone that has tested positive. https://5il.co/13vve
7 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Attention Broncos - tonight's JV and Varsity Boys Basketball games have been cancelled.
7 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Good morning, Broncos! It has been brought to our attention that there is a TikTok challenge regarding threats to schools. This is a nationwide virtual challenge that does not target any particular school. Our district has not received or witnessed any threats. We simply want to bring this to your attention and ask our families to monitor their student’s social media activity and speak with them about appropriate behavior online. Please remind your children that if there is ever any kind of suspicious activity, to report it to a teacher or other authority figures immediately. Thank you for your support. ~Mrs. Mohney
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Merry Christmas from our Jr/Sr High School Band. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISc1lMyoHhA
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Hello Bellevue Broncos! Each week we will share our COVID-19 data with you. Please watch for this data on Thursdays. ~Mrs. Mohney
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
COVID
Hello Bellevue Broncos! Each week we will share our COVID-19 data with you. Please watch for this data on Thursdays. ~Mrs. Mohney
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
COVID
Please help us ensure that anyone under quarantine stays home the entire time. This means students that are quarantined are not allowed on campus at any time. Quarantine – The practice of keeping someone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 away from others. Quarantine helps to prevent spread of disease that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms. People in quarantine (usually for 10 days after last known exposure) must stay home, separate themselves from others, monitor their health, and follow directions from their state or local health department.
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Board Meeting Monday, December 6
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
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Hello Bellevue Broncos! Each week we will share our COVID-19 data with you. Please watch for this data on Thursdays. ~Mrs. Mohney
8 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
COVID
Hello Bellevue Broncos! Each week we will share our COVID-19 data with you. Please watch for this data on Thursdays (early this week because of Thanksgiving). ~Mrs. Mohney
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
COVID
Thank you to our Jr/Sr High School staff for taking the time to send our students away for Thanksgiving break with a smile on their faces and some positivity in their hearts. Students were welcomed with notes from staff members on every single locker this morning.
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Jr/Sr High
We look forward to seeing all of you this week!
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
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Hello Bellevue Broncos! Each week we will share our COVID-19 data with you. Please watch for this data on Thursdays. ~Mrs. Mohney
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
COVID
Board Meeting - 3rd Attempt (thank you for your patience) https://studio.youtube.com/video/qDo6mWJK4_I/livestreaming
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Bellevue Community Schools Live Stream - https://studio.youtube.com/video/2iaXJLDjWHE/livestreaming
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools
Greetings, Bellevue Families: As you can imagine, our district is beginning to experience a rise in illnesses, whether these are COVID positive cases or other seasonal viruses, the cases are increasing at both the Elementary and Jr/Sr High Schools. Please continue to keep your child home if they are sick, even if they are not running a temperature. We have a lot of students at the elementary level that have some respiratory virus that causes continuous coughing. The poor things can hardly catch their breath. In addition, if you have a household member that is awaiting COVID test results, please be sure to keep all of your children home until you get the results. This will help minimize the number of students that have to be quarantined because of a close contact at school. Be truly appreciate your support as we work together to keep everyone healthy and engaged in in-person learning. ~Mrs. Mohney
9 months ago, Bellevue Community Schools