Meet Our Principal

Returning & New Students

Click here to start returning student verification.

Click here to start new student registration.  

2017 Bond Election

Roadmap to BISD 2025 Logo
Belton ISD is a fast-growth school district.
 
We grew by more than 3,000 students in the last decade and are projected to add about 3,600 students in the next ten years. As a result, our elementary and middle schools will be at or near capacity by 2019 and our high schools by 2021.
 
By 2025, we’ll have more than 14,000 students.
 
Over the past four years, we have studied the district’s facilities, held listening sessions, and worked with a committee of parents, teachers and community members. The result is a plan that we’re calling the Roadmap to BISD 2025.
 
I hope that you’ll take a moment to learn about our plan and then vote. Early voting begins on April 24, and Election Day is Saturday, May 6.
 
Thank you,
 
Susan Kincannon, Ed.D.
Superintendent
 
 
 
 
 Early Voting Information
 
 

Announcements

  •    April
    18- Beginning of PTSA Pop-Abilities fundraiser
    27- 3 Week Progress Report
       May
    1-5- Teacher Appreciation Week
    4- Wheels/PTSA Family Night
    4- End of PTSA Pop-Abilities fundraiser
    8- STAAR Testing 3&4 Math/5th Retest
    9- STAAR 3&4 Reading/5th Retest
    10- STAAR 5th Gr. Science
    10- Gr. 1 Field Trip
    12- Muffins with Mom 7:10am
    12- Mother's Day Cake Fundraiser 1pm 
    15-19- 1/2 Price Book Fair
    15- PTSA Meeting/Honor Choir/Book Fair/Yearbook Signing 6pm
    22- Gr 1-4 Awards (1&2 @ 8:30am; 3&4 @1:30pm)
    22- ROBOT (Returned Our Book On Time) Awards
    23 - Science Night 6pm
    24- Kinder Awards @ 8:30am/5th Gr. Awards & Cake Celebration @1pm
    26- AR Splash Day/5th Gr. Pizza Party
    29- Bad Weather Day/No School
    30- End of the Year Parties 1:30pm
    31- Talent Show 8am
     
    Except in cases of emergency, all transportation changes for the day must be made by calling office no later than 2:00 pm. daily. Students must have a parent note or a phone call to the office to change their mode of transportation.  In the event the school does not receive a parent note or a phone call, students will be sent home as normal.  
    Comments (-1)
CLOSE