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Upcoming Dates

January 18th – No school

January 29th – End of 2nd marking period. No school – Teacher grading and planning day


Belmont Elementary School Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Week of Reflection and Service 2021:

 JANUARY 25-29, 2021

Belmont’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Week of Reflection and Service will be held January 25-29. Please see the flyer for details.

As part of the event, we are asking for students to provide recordings of themselves reading an excerpt of his “I have a Dream” speech. If your child is interested, please sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0D4AABA72BA4FF2-mlkweek

Key Dates:         

                                                 January 14   Student sign ups due

January 19   All audio clips will be due back to us    martin-luther-king-jr-9365086-2-402

January 21   We will provide all materials ready for you to review and distribute to teachers

January 27   Community Donation Drive: Wednesday, January 27 (3:00-6:00pm) in front of the School


Please send the PTA Board Members any suggestions, needs, and feedback so we know what’s most important to you and how we can best serve you: https://form.jotform.com/203496829192163


Belmont Elementary is now linked to Amazon Smile to earn easy money for our PTA while you shop.
Check it out and register here: https://smile.amazon.com

Green Committee January Challenge
Spotlight on Plastic Pollution and Microplastics

Since mass production of plastic began 60 years ago, only 9% has been recycled, another 12% incinerated. The remaining 79% has accumulated in landfills or the environment. Plastic waste is a BIG problem. It doesn’t biodegrade but breaks into small pieces called microplastics (<5 mm). Our oceans are filling with plastic and even smaller particles (nanoplastics) have been found in the air.

Challenge: Reduce consumption of plastic in your daily life:
10 tips to reduce your plastic use from National Geographic


Join Ms. Jazzy for a Virtual Play Date! Here’s a chance to socialize and have fun with your classmates. Click on the link below for more information.