First Day of School - September 8
We hope that the information provided on this site will help you and your student be prepared to begin the new school year. Updates to this page will continue to be made as they become available.
- To read more information about the district's response plan for the 2020-2021 school year, click here.
- To view 2020-2021 school calendars, click here.
- New Student Enrollment: Welcome to the Big Red Community! Families new to Belton ISD can begin the enrollment process online at bisd.net/enrollment. After you start the online process, your student’s campus registrar will be in touch with you for more information.
Belton Early Childhood School
7:40 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.
7:40 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.
8:10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Belton High School
8:50 a.m. to 4:25 p.m.
Belton New Tech High School @ Waskow
8:40 a.m. to 4:12 p.m.
Lake Belton High School
8:50 a.m. to 4:25 p.m.
7:40 a.m. to 3:05 p.m.
Starting School in Scenario 4
The district is opening the school year in Scenario 4 of our System Response Guide. We anticipate remaining in Scenario 4 through at least October 2.
BECS, ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL PARENTS:
Scenario 4 means your student will attend in-person class Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Wednesdays will be at-home remote learning days to allow for deep cleaning and teacher planning. If you are in need of Wednesday childcare options, please check with the following local organizations:
- Armed Services YMCA - (254) 690-9622
- Extreme Cheer & Tumble - (254) 780-0087
- Powerhouse Cheer - (254) 939-9900
- Ralph Wilson Youth Center - visit www.rwyckids.org for information & to register for their September Wednesday Package
- Temple Parks and Recreation The Zone - (254) 298-5690
- Belton Education Station - (254) 933-2110
- First Baptist Church of Belton - (254) 939-1527
- The Peanut Gallery - (254) 791-2900
- Future Minds Childcare - (254) 613-4423
HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS:
Scenario 4 is a hybrid schedule that creates smaller cohorts of students to limit the number of people on campus each day. Your principal will communicate about your student’s group assignment. Group 1 will attend in-person class on Mondays and Tuesdays and learn remotely on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Group 2 will learn remotely on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and attend in-person class on Thursdays and Fridays. Under Scenario 4, students in Functional Academics, Life Skills, AIMS and Delta will have the opportunity to attend school in person on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Changes to First Week of School
The first week of school, September 8-11, will deviate from the Scenario 4 plan slightly in that students WILL attend in-person classes on Wednesday, September 9. You will hear additional details about the first week from your principal soon.
Health Screenings & Masks
As part of the district's COVID-19 prevention and mitigation strategies, families are expected to conduct health screenings of their student each morning before arriving at school using the BISD Health Screening Tool. Students should be kept home if they are ill or exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. Masks or face shields are also required of all students, staff and visitors to BISD facilties or on buses. Masks or face shields must cover the nose and mouth. You can read more about all of the district's COVID-19 prevention and mitigation strategies for At-School learners in the #WeAreOneBISD Reponse Plan.
Meet the Teacher
Watch for communication from your campus about Meet the Teacher and other back-to-school events.
All Belton ISD students will receive either a iPad or Chromebook. Watch for campus communication with more details about Device Distribution.
Each Belton ISD student will be issued a school device, either an iPad or Chromebook, that will be utilized with the district’s curriculum. This includes both At-School and At-Home learners.
- Your campus will communicate details about when you can pick up your device.
- When you pick up the device, you will be given more information about the digital learning platforms your student will use and how to access them through ClassLink.
- ClassLink is the district’s new single sign-on service that students will log into to access all their digital learning platforms, resources and textbooks in one location.
All students will complete assignments this year through digital learning platforms while learning at school or at home. Parents can start familiarizing themselves with the platforms by visiting the Belton ISD Digital Toolkit. This site, created by the district’s Teaching & Learning Department, will be updated regularly and serve as a hub of resources, tutorials and tech support for families.
Technology Help Desk
During the first week of school, families can reach the Technology Help Desk from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. by calling (254) 215-HELP or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. When emailing, please include:
- Student’s first and last name
- Student’s ID number
- Student’s school/grade
- Information about the issue
Nutrition & Meals
Our Nutrition Services Department provides wholesome, nutritious meals for students. Visit Nutrition Services for information about meal prices, menus, free and reduced-price meals, breakfast programs, nutrition information and special dietary needs.
Bus service is available is available for students who live 2+ miles from their assigned campus. Visit Transportation Services to verify route information and view the Bus Rider Safety Handbook.
Skyward Family Access
Skyward Family Access allows parents to see their child’s grades and attendance, as well as receive messages from teachers, view report cards, request notifications and set Skylert preferences. You may want to bookmark this site for easy access later!