OMSI visited Bellview this week! 5th grade had their turn doing a science project on Friday.
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
OMSI Science Project !
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
OMSI Science Project!
Bellview's 2nd and 5th grade buddy groups had fun touring the Gingerbread Jubilee, eating cookies, and getting inspiration for their own gingerbread houses they'll make together next month.
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
2/5 buddies field trip
Don't eat turkey for Thanksgiving!! By Second Grade! 🦃
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
turkey writing
turkey writing
turkey writing
turkey writing
turkey writing
First Grade Owls! 🦉
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
first grade owl art and write
first grade owl art and write
first grade owl art and write
first grade owl art and write
first grade owl art and write
first grade owl art and write
First Grade Turkeys! 🦃
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
turkey art
turkey art
turkey art
turkey art
turkey art
4th grade turkeys and turkey poems. 🦃
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
4th grade turkey poems
4th grade turkey poems
4th grade turkey poems
4th grade turkey poems
4th grade turkey poems
5th grade butterflies!🦋
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
butterfly art
4th grade turkey pop art.
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
turkey pop art
turkey pop art
turkey pop art
turkey pop art
MAPS Program Fall Art! 🍁
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
fall art
fall art
fall art
fall art
fall art
fall art
November community assembly! Full of singing, awards, and our Bellview Bees teaching us about growth mindset! 🐝💙
7 months ago, Julie Claycomb
bees at assembly
choir singing
Kindergarten singing
singing Bellview song as a school
Bellview bees
"Let's innovate together! 🌟 Ashland School District seeks your feedback on our school calendar and schedule. We value the diverse needs of our families and invite students, staff, parents, and community members to take a brief 12-question survey. Your insights are crucial for our collaborative and comprehensive review process. Have your say and make a difference! ✏️ Survey closes 11/24/23 - click to participate: https://www.smore.com/jhnx8
7 months ago, Web Admin
Grateful for Our Exceptional Transportation Department! We extend our heartfelt thanks to our dedicated Transportation Department for their enthusiastic participation at the Bellview Elementary Trick or Treat Celebration. They not only showed up but also dressed up and shared goodies, enhancing our celebration. Your unwavering dedication and support are truly appreciated. Thank you, Ashland School District Transportation Team (Winnie the Pooh and Crew), for being a vital part of our School community. Your dedication and support are truly appreciated. Thank you all.
8 months ago, Web Admin
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Ashland School District Board of Directors has launched a search for Ashland School District’s new Superintendent, who will join our district in July 2024. They are committed to finding the right leader for our unique and dynamic community. To lay the foundation for a meaningful search that reflects the needs and priorities of the Ashland community, the Board is seeking input through a Superintendent Search Survey for students, families, staff members, and community members. To participate in the Superintendent Search Survey click the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SuptAshland For additional information about the Superintendent search process, click the following link: https://www.ashland.k12.or.us/o/school-board/page/superintendent-search
8 months ago, Web Admin
Super Search
Today we honor and celebrate the perseverance, rich diversity and contributions of all Indigenous peoples—from the first peoples of this place to those from across the globe who now call Oregon home. We especially recognize our local tribes including the Takelma, Shasta, Modoc, Klamath, and Umpqua as well as the almost 160 students in our schools who identify as Native American and their families. We value the individual and cultural traditions and contributions that they bring that strengthens our ASD community.
8 months ago, Web Admin
Today we honor and celebrate the perseverance, rich diversity and contributions of all Indigenous peoples—from the first peoples of this place to those from across the globe who now call Oregon home.  We especially recognize our local tribes including the Takelma, Shasta, Modoc, Klamath, and Umpqua as well as the almost 160 students in our schools who identify as Native American and their families. We value the individual and cultural traditions and contributions that they bring that strengthens our ASD community.
Mrs. McColllom hangs out in Ms. Lawrence's kindergarten class. 🩵
9 months ago, Julie Claycomb
Mrs. McColllom hangs out in kindergarten
Second graders are reading the book Charlotte's Web, and Mr. Carnes 4th graders are studying tarantulas. They came together today so that Mr. Carnes could share his personal collection of jumping spiders and tarantulas with Ms. Hansen's class! They made fiction and non-fiction connections and got to ask great questions.
9 months ago, Christine McCollom
Mr. Carnes shares his pink toed tarantula with Ms. Hanson's second graders
Mr. Carnes shares his Mexican Rose tarantula with Ms. Hansen's class
Ms. Lawrence and Ms. McGowne's kindergarten classes had their first day of school yesterday! Lots of smiles and new friendships made for a great day. 💙
10 months ago, Julie Claycomb
kinder recess first day
kinder recess first day
kinder recess first day
kinder teachers
kinder recess first day
kinder recess first day
kinder recess first day
kinder recess first day
Meet our new MAPS Teacher, Kerri Brooks! Hello Bellview Families! My name is Kerri Brooks, I am the new MAPS teacher at Bellview this year. I grew up in Ashland and went through the Ashland School District, graduating in 2007. This is my 12th year in education, I started teaching pre-school in 2011 and in 2015 accepted a position at Bellview as an educational assistant in the special education classroom. This is where I fell in love with special education and students with exceptionalities. I pursued my MEd in Special Education while on an emergency license and teaching a MAPS classroom in the Medford School District. After two years in Medford I was hired by the Phoenix-Talent district to build a program for students with multiple and severe disabilities. I poured my heart into that program for four years, but my goal has always been to be back at Bellview. I am so grateful for this opportunity and excited to meet the students and families who make Bellview the incredible school that it is.
10 months ago, Christine McCollom
Bellview's New MAPS Teacher, Kerri Brooks
We had our back to school community assembly Friday morning. Mrs. McCollom welcomed all students back to Bellview and talked about assembly expectations. Ms. Julie's 5th grade bees showed how to give polite friendly greetings. We ended the assembly with the 5th graders leading us in the Bellview song.
10 months ago, Julie Claycomb
Bellview assembly in gym
bee skit on saying good morning in the hallways.
Bellview Bees
Bellview 5th graders singing the Bellview song
Good afternoon Bellview Families! I am so excited for the first day of school tomorrow! Students can arrive as early as 7:50 in the morning. We have several morning choices available to them, and you are welcome to accompany your student to their choice and walk them to class when the morning bell rings at 8:15. Students are not to go to classrooms before that time. The morning choices are: Breakfast in the cafeteria Recess on the playground Reading, drawing and games in the library Legos and other building opportunities on the stage These are the morning choices every day, and it helps for students to know and follow the routine from day one. In the event that it is too smoky for students to be outside, we will add access to the gym, and games in the cafeteria to the morning choices. Remember that your student doesn't need to bring school supplies other than a backpack and water bottle, and lunch box if they are a cold luncher. The first day will be so much easier without lugging grocery bags of supplies in! If you have not had an opportunity to pay the $40 school supply fee, you can pay in the office by cash, check or card. Meg can take your card information over the phone as well, 541-482-1310. If $40 is not something you can swing right now, pay what you can and we will scholarship the rest. If you feel moved to donate more that $40 to support another family, that is graetly appreciated. I look forward to seeing all of you in the morning! With gratitude and excitement, Christine McCollom Principal, Bellview School
10 months ago, Christine McCollom
Bellview School Enterance