Belvedere Elementary School

Achieving Excellence

  • Welcome to Belvedere Elementary where we have one mission: to develop citizenship, leadership, and higher-order thinking skills. We are excited about this school year and look forward to the many activities and opportunities planned for our students!

Announcements

  • ACCESS TESTING- ACCESS testing will be Jan. 23-March 10.

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  • Class PicturesOrder Form

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  • Arrival Procedures-

      - From 7:00-7:15 am- Only students will enter the building and they will go to the cafeteria. Students will have the option to purchase breakfast!    - From 7:15-7:30 am- Students not eating breakfast will go straight to their classrooms. Parents are welcome to walk with their student to the classroom door and then say their "goodbyes!"    - If you are driving through carline, please make sure to watch our signs up front: stopping completely for unloading and pulling forward when time. Also, make sure your student is ready to exit the car. When the sign says stop, students are encouraged to get out of their cars independently and head in. For families walking in, please wait at the crosswalk until a staff member can escort you safely across!    - Because breakfast is served in the cafeteria, no food or drinks besides water bottles will be allowed at student's desk.

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  • Dismissal- at 2:30 pm: We will be following the same procedures as last year. Anyone picking up a student in carline will need to have a car tag visible. If you did not pick up your car tag at registration, you may pick one up during the day on Monday, August 15. Students who are walkers will exit either by the kindergarten playground or at the front of the school. Remember, walkers must walk from school to a residence. We will not dismiss students from walker exits to a vehicle.

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  • Carline Procedures- To avoid a backup of traffic, please go down Palmetto Avenue left on Piedmont Avenue, left on Belair Road, right on Rhomboid Place, and then a right on Monterey Avenue. This will loop traffic around where it doesn't back up. 

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  • Registration Reminder- Don't forget to have your student fully registered for school with 2 proofs of residency! We want everyone to be able to go straight to their classrooms on Thursday, August 11 from 3:30-6:00 and not have to wait to register! Also, if students are not fully registered by August 14, will not be able to right the bus home until the second week of school! 

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  • School Supply List- Checkout the NEW School Supply List for 2022-2023 school year.Supply List

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  • ENROLL FOR 2022-23 ONLINE – Aiken County Public Schools' online student registration for all new and returning students is underway. Parents and guardians of new students, those who are applying to Pre-Kindergarten programs and incoming Kindergarten students should click on the words "New Student Registration" to be directed to the new student registration page. 

    For parents and guardians of all returning students, the best way to register online is to click on the words "PowerSchool Parent Portal" to access the link to 2022-23 online registration, which will be located at the bottom left of the page. Simply click the “Returning Student Registration 2022-2023” link to get started.

    Parents who need to set up a Parent Portal account should reach out to our Student Information Clerk, Katie Weaver at kweaver@acpsd.net or call 803-442-6330 for information on how to access the parent portal account.

    Please visit our district website, acpsd.net under I Am > A Parent > 2022-23 Online Student Registration for details on this new process.  

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  • ACPSD APP Aiken County Public School District has an app for your smartphone that allows you to access a ton of district and Belvedere Elementary School information all in one place!  The ACPSD App can be found in iTunes or search your Android marketplace for the ACPSD app. 

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  • PREPARE FOR FAMILY EMERGENCIES WITH SMART911 - We are fortunate in Aiken County to have access to a free service called SMART911. The service allows families to register their homes and occupants for the purpose of providing law enforcement and first responders with immediate access to life-saving information in the event of a call for help to 911. During an actual emergency, first responders will have this vital information relayed to them before they arrive. Signing up is fast, easy, and free! Click HERE to view the SMART911 flyer for some great safety tips for students, or visit online at www.smart911.com for more information.

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Headlines

District Headlines

  •  Graham Pickrell Wins Spelling Bee

    Leavelle McCampbell Eighth-Grader Graham Pickrell Wins District Spelling Bee

    “Frugal.” That was the championship word Leavelle McCampbell Middle School eighth-grader Graham Pickrell spelled correctly Monday night at the Aiken County Public School District Spelling Bee. The District's Annual Spelling Bee was held at the Amentum Center for Performing Arts on February 6, 2023.

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  •  Highland Springs Middle School

    Town Hall Meetings Scheduled As The District Seeks Community Input For Highland Springs Middle School Zoning

    As Aiken County Public Schools prepares to open its newest state-of-the-art campus, the public is invited to share their input on demographer recommendations for the school’s attendance lines. Town Hall Meetings are scheduled for February 8 at Midland Valley High School and February 9 at North Augusta High School.

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  •  MEGA Hiring Event

    Recruiting And Retaining The Very Best

    Recent board-approved bonuses aim to help the District retain its high-quality teachers and staff and attract new educators and employees to fill existing vacancies and support the district’s mission to ensure all students thrive. The District’s Spring MEGA Hiring Event is being held Saturday, February 4, at Aiken High School.

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  •  Brian Gibbons PR

    District Names Brian Gibbons As Director Of Federal Programs

    The District is pleased to announce experienced educator and federal programs coordinator Brian Gibbons has been named Aiken County Public School’s new Director of Federal Programs. Gibbons transitioned into his new role within the Department of Federal Programs where he has faithfully served the students and families of Aiken County as an Instructional Program Support Coordinator for the past five years.

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  •  George Pope

    Pope Selected As Interim Assistant Principal At Aiken High School

    George Pope has been selected as an interim assistant principal at Aiken High School. Since joining Aiken County in 2012, he has taught physical education and health at Schofield Middle School and North Aiken Elementary School. Prior to his recent administrative assignment, Pope completed the District’s Aspiring Principal Program.

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