Our Mission

The mission of the Bellaire Public School community is to provide an environment which develops self-sufficient and productive citizens that can adapt to a challenging and changing world.

Schools

Our district has two buildings - John R Rodger Elementary School and the Bellaire Middle/High School. The buttons below will help you find information specific to each school building.

Elementary MS/HS
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07/05/2021
Lunch Applications are Ready
The online lunch application is ready for the 21-22 school year. All parents need to complete this form every year.
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06/09/2021
Meet Up & Eat Up Program
Mancelona Public Schools announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program for children. Free meals will be available to children 18 years of age and under or persons up to age 26 who are enrolled in an educational program for the disabled.
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05/03/2021
Summer Reading Program for 5-18
The Bellaire Library is sponsoring a fun summer reading program for all Bellaire students ages 5-18.
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COVID COVID-19 Information

All information about our district's COVID-19 plan as well as community resources can be found under District.

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Important information for parents or guardians of students eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch at Bellaire Middle/High School. Please click the "Pandemic EBT" image below.

Pandemic EBT

Superintendent's Message

Welcome to the Bellaire Public Schools website. I hope you find this resource to be useful and informative. This website is the hub of district information that is relevant to all community stakeholders.

I believe that a school district is the lynchpin of the community, the axle around which the community revolves. In order to keep operations running smoothly and effectively, we must maintain a solid foundation. As such, our success is built upon a foundation of four principles:

1. Maintaining a safe and welcoming environment for students to grow and develop into the next generation of learners and citizens.
2. Integrating quality programs and innovative teaching strategies to build 21st-century skills to serve the needs of our community.
3. Implementing cost-effective strategies to ensure fiscal responsibility.
4. Making decisions that are, in the end, always in the best interests of our students.

As Superintendent, I believe that our continued success comes through the thoughtful allocation of resources, through providing the best instructors equipped with the best tools, and through open communication between the schools and the community. I look forward to continue serving the students, the staff, and the community of the Bellaire Public Schools.

On behalf of the members of our Board of Education, our administration, our faculty and our staff, I would like to thank you for your continued interest in and support of the Bellaire Public Schools.