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Free Meals

We are proud to continue to provide free meals for ALL children 18 or younger on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM and 3:30 PM - 5 PM    

Please check our RESOURCES menu 

The Student Store is currently closed.


Bel Air Student Store


AbsenCe Reporting

If you think your child will be absent, please email our secretary and/or office manager. Include your student's name, teacher, and reason for absence. Thank you!

Secretary Angela Gutay

Office Manager Chloe Park

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

Bel Air Parent

Hybrid Survey


***Please take the time to fill out the survey.  Your input is incredibly important.***

Hello Bel Air Community, 
On Saturday morning, most families in Mt. Diablo Unified School District should have received an email requesting online registration information to plan for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. 
The registration form provides you the choice of one of two options for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.  It is imperative that we receive 100% of these registrations back by March 1st.
This required online registration form must be completed for each student enrolled in any school within the Mt. Diablo Unified District.
The information will be used for the purpose of assigning students to an afternoon support teacher, either in-person or online. While families may have the option to switch to a different model at a later date, this information is being collected with the intent to use it for planning and afternoon session assignments.  
For each student enrolled, families can choose one of two options for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year:
Option #1: Student continues with distance learning in the morning and then comes to the school site for “in-person” support in the afternoon two days per week. 
Option #2: Student continues with 100% distance learning and will not receive on-campus support. 
In response to community input, in both options, students will keep their currently assigned teachers in the morning time slots. It is possible that students may see a different teacher in the afternoon for support. 
If you did not receive a unique and individualized “family-specific” registration survey on Saturday, you may click or type this link to access the “general” registration survey.  
*If you need assistance with accessing the general registration survey, please call our office at (925) 458 - 2606 and our staff will collect the information and input it into the survey for you.
Please note that finalized schedules will be released once there is agreement with our labor partners. Please contact our school office if you have additional questions.
Thank you for your patience and flexibility during this unprecedented time.
Robert Humphrey
Principal, Bel Air Elementary
(925) 458 – 2606


Registration packets available at the school for pick-up

Students NEW to MDUSD need to complete the
online AIR Registration

For the 2021-2022 school year, children must turn 5 on or before September 1st to be admitted to Kindergarten.
Children who turn 5 between September 2nd and December 2nd are eligible to enroll in Transitional Kindergarten (TK)

Please check out the
New Enrollment Page



Please call 925-458-2606 to schedule


Questions on enrollment? Contact MDUSD:


Bel Air Elementary is excited to introduce Mindful Life to our Bay Point Community! Every Friday afternoon from 3 pm - 4 pm, the Mindful Life Project will be leading virtual mindfulness sessions for parents and caregivers to support your mental and emotional wellness during these extremely challenging time.

Check out our Mindful Life Page under our Resources Tab!


The Counseling team is pleased to announce the Mt. Diablo Unified School District Counseling Corner Newsletter! The monthly newsletter will share seasonal and relevant tips and resources to support, engage, and connect students and families TK-12. The newsletter and other resources can also be found under the Parent Portal tab on the district website.

Check out our Counseling Corner Page under our Resources Tab!


Please visit one of our district buses to pick up your free meals.
Masks are required.

Service begins 10/12 (Monday)

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Times and locations listed below:


Sample -

Bel Air Distance Learning Schedule


Bell Schedule


For specific teacher classes, please see the
menu at the top of the page




Call 925-682-8000 x4105 Option 4

Check our STAFF page for teacher email addresses 

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, 

Here are some suggestions for supporting your students at home.

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’!

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


Mr. Humphrey

Principal, Bel Air Elementary

Administrative Team

Robert Humphrey, Principal

Aya Rubio, Vice Principal

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



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   



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