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Free Community Meals

Over the Summer, we are proud to continue to provide free community meals on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:00am - 11:00am.    

The Student Store is currently closed.

 

Bel Air Student Store

 

New school Messenger Texting option

AbsenCe Reporting

If you think your child will be absent, please call the main office at (925) 682-8000 ext. 84601. Include your student's name, teacher, and reason for absence. Thank you!

Find out about The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).

MDUSD Reopening Plan:

 

Bel Air Families,

Please click the link below for information on the Reopening Plan for the 2020 - 2021 school year.

 

Our Preliminary Reopening Plan for the 2020-21 school year has been published: Reopening Plan

MDUSD Resolution and Equity Policy:

In light of recent events, and for the purpose to condemn violence, racism, and injustice, and to reaffirm equity and humanity as core guiding principles, the Board of Education and district leaders have collaborated to pen this resolution that was declared aloud at the June 8th School Board meeting.  This resolution is published along side a renewed Equity Policy (BP0415) that was presented as a separate but related item.

 

Click here for the MDUSD School Board Resolution: MDSUD School Board Resolution.pdf (PDF)

Click here for the MDUSD Equity Policy.pdf (PDF)

 

Bel Air Safety Plan

Click here for more information regarding the 2019 - 2020 Safety Plan for Bel Air.

Distance Learning Information:

 

Dear Families, 

Even though the school year is over, I would like to encourage you to continue to provide educational opportunities for your students.  The information below provides suggestions for things to continue to do over the summer.

General recommendations:

  1. Try to establish a daily routine. This will provide children with a sense of safety and security in an otherwise unsettling situation, and help them transition back to school when the time comes.

  2. Limit screen time to 1.5 hours (this includes online learning tools, video games, etc.), and limit sessions to 30 minutes.

  3. Review basic academic skills.

  4. Have fun with your family!

  5. Wash your hands a lot, and practice ‘social distancing’!

Additionally, I have attached information on a variety of online academic resources that you and your student can access during this time.

I know these are challenging times but we will get through this.

Respectfully,

Mr. Humphrey

Principal, Bel Air Elementary

 

 

Please click the following link for more information on

Free Online Resources for your students

 

Please click the following link for access to a

Home Study Choice Board

 

Please click the following link for

Music Activities for students

 

Please click the following link for PE activities

 

Click below to be connected to our Counseling Website with lots of additional resources for students, staff, and parents

Counseling Website

 

Administrative Team

Robert HumphreyPrincipal

humphreyr@mdusd.org

Janis HedenVice-Principal

hedenmotolaj@mdusd.org

 

Interested in becoming a volunteer? All it takes is 3 simple steps: tuberculosis clearance, fingerprint, and Livescan. 

Click here for more information. 

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This pediatric clinic only sees

patients ages 0-21 years. 

All patients must be

accompanied by a

parent/guardian/caregiver.

 

Services include:

- Immunizations

- Well-child care

- Sports physicals

- Diagnosis/Treatment

of Minor Illnesses

- Referrals to specialists

 

For more information or

to make an appointment,

contact Erika, Community

Health Worker, at 

(925) 349-8811   

 

Pertussis

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