New College Planning Guide:
Check out Bellaire’s new College Planning Guide! (PDF)
Congratulations to Mrs. Kay Kubena!
HISD Honors Mrs. Kubena as 2013 Secondary Teacher of the Year! Read the full story HERE.
French Crepe Social:
The French NHS invites you to a crepe social to learn french phrases and bits of french culture, and make crepes!
Saturday, May 25, 2:00pm-4:00p at the Stella Link Library.
Parents! The PTO needs your help to help make the end of year teacher luncheon a success. Click here for more information.
HISD and Israel Friendship League:
Invite you to participate in the Youth Ambassador Student Exchange Program (YASE) to travel to Isreal with students from across the United States. Click HERE for more information or visit Mrs. Borik in room 256.
Click to view the latest installment of BHS Today: Vol. 7 Issue 5
BHS Today is a monthly publication of Bellaire High School that focuses on the events, students, and staff of Bellaire High School. BHS Today is a collaborative effort between the student-led staff of the Three Penny Press and the media department at Bellaire High.
Free ESL Class for Parents Online and on HISD-TV:
Contact- Sarah Greer Osborne, (713)556-6081, firstname.lastname@example.org
The HISD Multimedia Department in collaboration with the non-profit community organization AVANCE has created a new television program designed to empower our non-native English speaking parents to learn English and become more involved in their children’s education. The 15-minute program, Avanzando con HISD, includes a 10 minute English lesson and a 5 minute parent engagement lesson on topics such as: how to have an effective parent/teacher conference, the importance of making sure your child attends school, and how to help your child with homework. A new episode will air each week on HISD-TV (Comcast channel 18 and AT&T U-verse channel 99) at 10:30 a.m., 4:30 p.m., and 9:30 p.m. daily. All episodes will also be posted online at www.houstonisd.org/avanzando.
¿Quiere aprender inglés?
¿Le interesa participar más en la educación de su hijo?
Mire el programa Avanzando con HISD todos los días a las 10:30 a.m., 4:30 p.m. y 9:30 p.m. en HISD-TV (canal 19 de Comcast y 99 de AT&T Uverse) o por Internet en www.houstonisd.org/avanzando.
Este programa de 15 minutos le ayudará a aprender inglés, y le brindará información importante que le permitirá ayudar a su hijo a tener éxito en la escuela.
All Students Riding HISD Buses:
All students riding an HISD bus to or from school must obtain a Bus Pass. The student should come to the Magnet Office (located in the library) during their lunch to get a Bus Pass. If you have further questions you may call 713-295-3715.
Parents! Lunch Applications 2012-2013: (En español)
Please make sure you complete an Application for Free / Reduced Lunch this year. To speed up the process you may apply on-line at the following website: www.mealapps.houstonisd.org. You will not have to turn in a paper application if you apply on-line. Even if you think or know you will not qualify, please put your name, parent signature, date, and the words, “Do not wish to participate” written across the middle section.
Apply even if you don’t think your child will use it. You never know when they might forget their lunch money!
Other benefits include:
Free waives to take the SAT/ACT
No charge for your first few college applications
Due to a change in policy, no phone-in approvals can be made. Turn around time is two weeks with a paper application, so don’t wait until the last minute! If you have any questions, see Mr. Thornhill in the Library on the second floor or e-mail him at email@example.com.
Reduced Internet Costs for Families on the Free and Reduced Lunch Program:
Comcast has launched a new program that will provide families, with at least one child receiving lunches under the National School Lunch program, affordable access to Internet, computers and training. The Internet Essentials program is designed to close the digital divide.
Eligible families will receive: Comcast home Internet service for $9.95 per month, the option to buy a computer for under $150 (plus applicable taxes), and access to online, in print and in classroom digital literacy training. A household will be eligible to participate in this special program if it: is located within the Comcast service area, has not subscribed to Comcast Internet service within the last 90 days, and does not have an overdue Comcast bill or unreturned equipment. For additional information about this program, visit www.internetessentials.com/partner. Parents can sign up or receive more information by calling 1-855-846-8376 or they can visit www.internetessentials.com.