ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE NEW BELMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
It is with great pleasure to announce that Mrs. Sheila Arnold will be the new principal of Belmont Elementary School. Mrs. Arnold is currently the principal of Mashpee Middle School in Mashpee, Massachusetts.
Mrs. Arnold has extensive administrative experience as an educational leader having served as an elementary principal in New Bedford, Massachusetts, a high school assistant principal in Mashpee and in her current role as principal of Mashpee Middle School.
Mrs. Arnold brings energy, dedication and an exceptional knowledge of curriculum and instruction. She is a collaborative leader who is admired for her ability to engage students, staff, parents and the community. Her work ethic and enthusiasm for both student academic and social emotional development will contribute to our mission of continuous success and improvement at BES.
Mrs. Arnold will begin her duties on July 1, 2014. Click here for press release
1st Annual Belmont HS Red Raider Golf Tournament!
Belmont HS Athletics will host their first annual golf tournament on Friday, June 27th at Loudon Country Club. Each year we will partner with a charity/school group to help raise money for athletics and the chosen charity/group. This year we will be working with the Sugar House being built right on campus. We hope to help with construction costs and offer our students a hands on work experience right at the school. Please join us for a fun filled day and a worthy cause!
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Research Brief on Best Practices Grading
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Example of Engaged Classroom:
Grading & Reporting for Learning
The Shaker Regional School District recognizes the valuable contribution made to the school program through the volunteer efforts of parents and other community members. Anyone interested in volunteering, please contact the principal of the school for which you wish to volunteer.
Anyone who volunteers in the Shaker Regional School District must complete an annual volunteer affidavit. A criminal background check including obtaining the results of district processed fingerprinting is also required. This must be completed prior to the beginning of any volunteer event or activity.
If you plan to coach a team, chaperone a field trip, work on a school-wide activity or help in the classroom anytime during the upcoming school year you should plan on taking advantage of one of these fingerprinting clinics.
Please note that it may take up to four weeks for the fingerprints to be processed. Volunteers cannot begin until the background check is completed.
SAU staff will be available for fingerprinting on the following dates. You may select any date that works well for your schedule.
September 19, 2013 — Canterbury Elementary School
PLEASE BRING A PHOTO ID WITH YOU—WE CANNOT FINGERPRINT WITHOUT PROPER IDENTIFICATION
You may also contact the SAU office to schedule an appointment during the day if you cannot attend any of the above clinics.