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Welcome to Bel-Aire Elementary!

EXPECTATIONS - ACCOUNTABILITY - RESULTS! 
GAME ON!

A Collage of 3 students individually each student has a butterfly resting on their fingers. 2 girls and one boyA collage of images First image is a teacher dressed as a scarecrow standing in a school hallway  2nd image is the principal dressed as the Cat in the hat standing beside a door with the cat in the hat on it and the 3rd image is a teacher and small child dressed as characters from Harry Potter wearing a long robe2 students on is dressed with a cape with her hands out like she is flying the other is wearing a captain America shirt then 2 adult teachers one dressed as  fly and the other dressed in all grey5 teachers standing in a school hallway dressed as different color crayons holding the book The Day the Crayons QuitThe Principal standing with 3 other adults in front of a box of donations for the school3 students all looking down at the desk working on projects.A Group of students and teachers dressed in Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness DayMrs. Joiner standin with certificates in 3 separate photos

Administration
Ann Hardy  - Principal
Ida West  - Assistant Principal
Ellen Bosarge - Assistant Principal
Tracy Filippi - Instructional Literacy Coach


Bel-Aire Elementary is a school-wide Title I School.

Bel-Aire Elementary School serves approximately 750 students, kindergarten to sixth grades. We offer our students a state of the art learning environment with internet access in all classrooms, so all students can become part of our global society. Each classroom has a Smart Board interactive whiteboard and at least four computers for students to use during the school day. Students have access to a fully automated library and media center, two computer labs, and mobile laptop carts as well. A variety of educational programs such as tutoring, enrichment courses, and online curricula provide students with a wealth of opportunity to excel and achieve.  Each teacher can better meet student needs with data warehousing resources developed by district personnel. These resources allow teachers to profile the past performance of each student and better meet the specific needs of individual students. Our students can also participate in extra-curricular after-school clubs.  Our school provides a safe learning environment where all students have opportunities to succeed.

Vision: to be the BEST!

Mission:
to provide a safe and nurturing learning environment with high academic and character expectations where all students have opportunities to succeed on their paths to becoming lifelong learners and productive citizens.

Motto: We DARE to be the BEST!

School-Wide Expectations:
Bobcat PAWS
P - Practice Kindness
A - Act Responsibly
W - Work Hard
S - Show Respect

Bobcat News

REGISTRATION FOR ALL STUDENTS (new and returning) is OPEN ONLINE for 2021-2022! To register go to the Harrison County School District web page at www.harrison.k12.ms.us and click on "Student Registration 2021-2022."

The TRADITIONAL classroom setting will be offered for the 2021-2022 school year.  The medical homebound option will only be available for students with severe medical conditions. 

FACE MASKS and/or face shields are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED but OPTIONAL for the 2021-2022 school year for HCSD employees and students unless otherwise mandated.


We will practice frequent hand washing, sanitizing, and reasonable physical distancing when appropriate.  We encourage students to bring an individual water bottle to school each day.

Bell Schedule

6:50 AM - Students Begin Entering Building from Buses and Car Riders.
7:25 AM - First Bell - Morning Announcements
7:30 AM - Tardy Bell - Instruction Begins
2:15 PM - Bus Dismissal Begins
2:20-2:50 PM - Car Rider Dismissal
3:00 PM - AlphaBest Begins

*Due to heavy traffic and student safety concerns, we will NOT allow students to be "walkers" to and from school anymore (effective August 5, 2021).

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