Fall 2020

Thank you for visiting our Belmont PTA website.  We hope that this site contains a wealth of information for our Belmont families from important dates, registration information, fundraising links and event reminders.  Should you suggest any updates or see information missing, please do not hesitate to contact us at belmontptsa@gmail.com.Thank you for visiting!


MP2 Distribution: Week of October 26th

This week will hold distribution for marking period 2 math workbooks. All grades have workbooks and/or materials to pick up. You may pick up materials Monday-Friday between 8am-4pm at Belmont.  Additionally, all students will receive a stylus pen which we hope will assist students in using Kami. You should receive:

K-5 – Stylus

Kindergarten – 3 math books, unit 3-4 Reading workbook, Halloween bingo card, math board, 3 reading magazines

1st – Halloween bingo board

2nd – 2 math books

brother and sister with books on their heads

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3rd – 1 math book

4th – 2 math books

4/5 – 3 math books

5th – 2 math books and multiplication/place value chart, plastic sleeve

5/6 – 2 math books, plastic sleeve

K-5 ESOL – Reading texts


During afternoon classes on Friday, October 30th, we invite students to wear school appropriate costumes should they wish (no weapons or overly scary or grotesque costumes/make-up). halloweenWhile we will not be having any on-site activities at Belmont, or parties, teachers will be in touch with you to know what to expect that afternoon.

Music Next Week: Message from Mrs. Eisenbarth

Hello Belmont Families. During music this week (October 26-30), we will be reinforcing concepts that we have learned through some fun fall activities.  In Kindergarten through 2nd grade we will be doing “Going on a Dracula Hunt” which is about fast/slow and loud/soft and a spin off of a story that we used, “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.”  We will also be moving to music that is more “spooky” but not necessarily Halloween themed.

musical notes on piano keys

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In 3rd through 5th, I normally play a pass the pumpkin game and the students get to improvise (create music) when the pumpkin lands on them.  The words are “Pass the pumpkin round and round, listen to its spooky sound.  Whoooo, whoooo, will it stop at you?”  If you have any questions or concerns about your child participating in these activities, please feel free to email me at Sandra_D_Eisenbarth@mcpsmd.org.

Holiday Giving Project of Montgomery County

The Holiday Giving Project (HGP) of Montgomery County has provided Thanksgiving meal and December holiday assistance to families in need for over 30 years. Local non-profits, faith-based organizations, service organizations and other government agencies serve Holiday Giving recipients, as donations are available. If you and your family are in need and would like to be referred to possibly receive assistance for the holiday season, please complete the google referral form below. The information is required to make a referral to The Holiday Giving Project. You must complete this form by WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2020 to be considered for the Thanksgiving services.

Referral Form for Holiday Giving

If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Jazzy, School Counselor, at Farrah_T_Jones@mcpsmd.org