Welcome to Belton ISD
Belton Independent School District currently serves over 10,300 students on 14 campuses. The District's ethnic distribution is 55% White, 33% Hispanic, 7% African-American, 2% Asian/Pacific Islander, and 1% Native American. Read more about our students on the demographics page.
For 2013, Belton ISD and all of the District's 13 campuses were rated "met standard" based on student performance on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness. (The District's 14th campus, High Point Elementary School, was not open during the 2012-2013 school year.) For more information, please visit the accountability ratings page.
The District is led by a Board of Trustees elected by the community and led by Mr. Randy Pittenger, Board of Trustees President, and by Dr. Susan Kincannon, Superintendent of Schools. Other members of the Administrative Team are Merl Brandon, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services & Administration; Phil Haggerty, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services; Dr. Deanna Lovesmith, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction; and Todd Schiller, Executive Director of Human Resources. Read more about the Board of Trustees, the Superintendent, or about the District's administration team.
With 1,580 employees, Belton ISD is one of the largest employers in Bell County. We are commmitted to attracting and retaining high-performing administation, faculty, and staff who reflect the values of the community, serve as positive role models, exhibit moral excellence, and are committed to achieving excellence for all students. If you are interested in joining our team, please visit the employment page for more information.
Parent involvement is an important part of student educational success. Belton ISD's parent involvement program strives to provide opportunities for parents and guardians to be an integral part of their child's education. Informational meetings, parent workshops, parent/teacher conferences, advisory committees, parent surveys, and a variety of school activities are some ways that parents can participate and contribute input into their child's education.
Belton ISD's budget for the 2013-2014 school year is $78,990,313 with a total property tax rate of $1.450 per $100 valuation.
Belton ISD provides a variety of programs and services to ensure each child receives a quality education. The following links provide more detailed information on those programs.