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Bell Schedule

Instructional Hours:
7:50 to 2:35 - Grades 1-5:    

7:50 to 10:50 - AM K
11:35 to 2:35 - PM K

Beginning of the Day:
7:35 - Buses arrive
7:50 - Instructional day begins

Students arriving after 7:50 will be considered tardy
End of the Day:
2:35 - Dismissal bell rings
2:45 - Buses leave BST

Car riders and walkers will be dismissed by announcement as soon as the buses have left the property
 Belmont Station Stars
Shining Stars Today, Brilliant Leaders Tomorrow
A 2011 National Blue Ribbon School

Principal: Lori A Mercer
Assistant Principal: Hollie Wilee
 Photos by Parent Gwen Meehan

From the Principal's Desk:

Dear Belmont Station Families:

May Promises

Yes, May is a month of promises.  It promises wonderful weather, beautiful flowers, spring sports, refreshing walks, and many more of our favorite things.   This year, it even brings a beautiful mother duck fittingly named “Rosemary” who has nested in our Kinder Garden.  At least twelve ducklings hatched just a few days ago! For Belmont Station Elementary, this May also promises to be another exciting and busy month.

For Belmont Station Elementary, May brings SOL testing.  Our third, fourth, and fifth graders will be among their peers throughout the state involved in this testing process from May 14th through June 6th.

Our teachers have focused instruction on the standards outlined by the state and our students are well prepared for these assessments.   Additionally, many technology based programs such as Interactive Achievement have been used to prepare the children for tests across the curriculum.  We have also used SOL Pass, ePATS, Study Island, Reflex, Brain Pop and a number of great computerized games and visuals to help our students learn and retain information.

Please check the Belmont Station website for the testing schedule so that you are aware of when your child will be involved in testing.  Thank you in advance for assuring that your child is present, well rested, and has a very nutritious breakfast on testing days.

Additionally, May promises to be a busy month with our kindergarten program, several field trips, Volunteer Appreciation and field days! 

As the school year makes its final lap, let’s encourage our children to take the opportunity to finish strong.  Inspire your child to reflect on these two questions:  What are three things I can do to help finish the school year strong academically and socially?  What is one thing I can do to help my classmates finish the year strong academically and socially?

On behalf of the Belmont Station Staff, we look forward to the many exciting events that will occur as the school year comes to a close. Be sure to frequently visit the Belmont Station website so you can plan to attend one of our many upcoming events!

All the BeST,




School Board Members

Eric Hornberger, Ashburn District
Thomas E. Reed, At Large Member