To enroll a new student, the parent/guardian needs to contact the school in which the child will attend. An enrollment packet will need to be completed for each child (available online). Parents/Guardians also need to bring proof of residency, the child’s birth certificate, and a copy of the child’s immunization record. If a family […]
birth certificate request, print form and follow the directions.
As a first step, contact the building you would like to get involved with. They will take your name and a background check will be completed before you can volunteer at the school or chaperone an event. Once you’re approved, a school representative will contact you to let you know.
If you are a parent of a student at Belding Area Schools then you can access your students records via Skyward’s Parent Access. Call (616) 794-4551 to set up an account. If you already have an account then click here to go to the login page.
Your child will benefit by development in the following areas:Development of sense of self-worth.Awareness and appreciation of the world around him/her.Development of basic skills for using creative materials – paints, crayons, scissors, etc.Ability to interact positively with other children and adults.Increase of attention span through listening to stories, discussions, and directions.Enjoyment of music, stories, […]
When information is sent home regarding the fieldtrip by the classroom teacher, contact your child’s teacher to express interest in attending. Keep in mind, there are times when space is limited. Per state legislation, parents/volunteers are required to submit to a criminal background check. The background check consent form is in the main office.
All medications, including over-the-counter medications, are kept in the clinic and must have appropriate physician and parent permission for administration on file. Forms can be picked up in the school office. All medications must be brought in and picked up by the parent. Medications must be in a container appropriately labeled by the pharmacy […]
The decision to cancel school rests with the Superintendent of Schools. School delays/closings will be communicated on various media sources including WZZM Ch. 13, WOOD TV8, and local radio stations. The delay/closing will also be posted on this web site.
The menu is posted on this website but may be subject to change if there are snow days.