|EXTENDED SCHOOL SERVICE
The Extended School Service program offers a variety of learning experiences for our students after school and during the summer. Classroom teachers and student helpers work after hours to provide quality instruction for all ages of students.
TITLE I SERVICES
Title I services provide reading instruction to students at the elementary and junior high level. Title I is funded by federal funds and is designed to give additional help to those students identified by classroom teachers, parents and assessment by Title I staff. The goal of the program is to prepare students to be independent and confident learners.
The technology program works to equip students with the necessary knowledge, tools and skills to be effective members of society.
TRI-CITY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER
The Center works closely with students, families, school personnel and community to encourage greater success in education and provide appropriate referrals to meet families' needs. All services are free and confidential.
YOUTH SERVICES CENTER
The Center recognizes the significance of family involvement in the success of a student's schooling experience. The YSC strives to aid families in removing barriers that may hinder their child's education.
The District has a full time registered nurse to assess the health needs of all students. The nurse ensures that all student health records comply with state regulations.
Students age 3 - 21 who have a physical or mental disability and meet the state and federal guidelines can receive services in Bellevue Independant Schools. These services can be met under the Individuals with Disabilities Act or under a 504 Plan.
Vocational education provides students with skills for a successful transition from school to work. Bellevue High School has three vocational programs: business education, family and consumer sciences and industrial technology.
The nationally accredited Bellevue Preschool Program is for three and four year olds who are classified as developmentally delayed. Children may also qualify whose parents are eligible for the free lunch program.
GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM
The Gifted and Talented Education Program focuses on the identification and development of students with gifts and/or talents in one or more of the five areas: general intellectual ability, specific academic aptitude, creativity, leadership or visual and performing arts.
A nutritional breakfast and lunch program is offered at both schools. Bellevue Independent Schools also provides a Summer Food Program to all Bellevue area children 18 years of age and under. Parents wishing to apply for free and reduced meals may complete an application that can be secured at either school office.
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Students who enroll in Bellevue Independent Schools and do not speak English as their primary language, should contact Becky Nixon at 261-7277 for educational assistance.
Los estudiantes que asistan en el Districto de los olegois Bellevue Independents y que no hablan inglis, como su idioma propio, deben llamar a la Sra. Becky Nixon por (859)261-7277 para auda educacional.
Tech Prep is a combined high school and post secondary program of study with appropriate technical training to prepare students for challenging professional and technical careers.
STRONG PARENT SUPPORT GROUPS
Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)