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Reading can happen anytime, anywhere! read

Reading can happen anytime, anywhere!  You and your children can explore the joy of reading together with this series of “Reading ‘Round the Clock” videos that gives easy tips for working reading practice into everyday activities. These three videos—Reading on the GoReading for a Purpose, and Reading on the Screen—give great tips on keeping your family reading and preparing your children for Ohio's Third Grade Reading Guarantee.

Thank You BES Volunteers!

HOPE 5K Fun Run & Walk- A Community Fundraising Event

Healthy Kids Newsletter

Bellevue Elementary Choir and Band Concert


Learn Volleyball Fundamentals and have fun!

Information and Registration

Preschool Students Learn about Kindergarten

Bellevue Hospital Volunteer comes to BES

Bellevue Hospital volunteer, Donna Allen, came to Bellevue Elementary School to teach students how to plant seeds for the hospitals community garden.

PTO Mother/ Son Movie Night
Bellevue PTO sponsored a Mother/Son movie night on Friday, May 13.


Youth Tennis Camp--June 7 - 9, 2016

sponsored by Bellevue Lady Red Tennis Team

Click here for camp information

Food For America comes to the Elementary School

Food for America comes to BES. Thank you Mr. Karcher and your students!

Bellevue Redmen Football Camp

Bellevue Boys Basketball Camp Basket

The $35 fee will cover awards, camp shirts, and a daily sports drink for the campers. Campers will be taught the
fundamentals of the game, while also enjoying various competitions and challenges. Parents are welcome to come and support the future Redmen.

Sign Up Sheet

2016 Bellevue Lady Red Basketball Camp BBall

Future Lady Red basketball players can learn the game from coaches plus current and former players.

The Camp will be at Bellevue High School from June 21-23.

Sign Up Sheet

1st Grade Goods and Service Project

The students in 1st grade made either a "Service" project for their assignment  or made a "Good" to sell. All of students worked hard to make their presentation attractive. Some of the services were hair salons, nail painting, hair braiding, tattoos and  face painting. Some of the goods that were sold were bracelets, cookies, flower pens, homemade games, cotton candy, slime, and cupcakes. The students learned many valuable lifes lessons on becoming entrepreneurs. There are more pictures to view in the "Photo Gallery" on left side of margin on the front page of our web site.




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