Belton High School Principal Jill Ross has been honored by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) as Region 12’s Principal of the Year.
Future students, staff, architects and local historian present plan to celebrate the history of the area and significance of the new school’s location in the City of Temple.
Belton ISD Athletic Director Mike Morgan to begin new role as Assistant Superintendent for Student Services; Superintendent Kincannon makes announcement at Board meeting.
BHS and New Tech students take top prizes in engineering competition that challenges students to develop innovative design solutions to real world problems.
In our final ‘Terrific Tiger’ story, we meet BHS senior and varsity Tiger baseball manager Cooper Kolodziejczk, whose infectious smile and can-do attitude inspires his teammates and friends alike.
In our fifth ‘Terrific Tiger’ story, we meet BHS senior Sela Anderson, who juggled five sports, serving as yearbook editor and a No Place for Hate campus leader.
In our fourth ‘Terrific Tiger’ story, we meet BHS senior Asia Sullivan, who will follow the example of her family by joining the medical field as she works toward a health science degree.
In our third ‘Terrific Tiger’ story, we meet BNTHS@W senior Joshua Bowers, who has turned his passion for marketing and copywriting into his own freelance business.
In our second ‘Terrific Tiger’ story, we meet BNTHS@W senior Destiny Wicks, who has enrolled in the Texas A&M PATHS program to train as a special education aide for younger kids.
In our first ‘Terrific Tiger’ story, we meet BHS senior Jacqueline Corona, who was awarded a $20,000 Dell Scholarship and will be the first in her family to attend college.
Jacob Jimenez is named the 2018-2019 valedictorian at Belton High School, and Sarah Batson claims spot as the top graduate at Belton New Tech High School @ Waskow.
Fifteen BHS and BNTHS@W graduating seniors were sworn in Wednesday evening during an inaugural ceremony honoring their enlistment into the United States Armed Services.
Over 200 construction workers and 100 community guests gathered for BBQ lunch, program and viewing of construction beam hoisting at Lake Belton High School.
Community shows up in big numbers to make their mark in Lake Belton High School history by signing their names on one of the final steel construction beams before its scheduled hoisting.
Texas Association of School Boards presents students, film teacher with $2,500 for “Belton New Tech Rocks” video showcasing what makes their school exceptional.
Additional square footage, renovation of existing fine arts space and an updated main campus entry included in the design.
Forty-seven standout Belton ISD staff members receive Big Red Heart Award for demonstrating a high level of service to our students, families, schools, district and community.
Under the direction of team sponsor Craig Sullivan, students Angel Collins, Jose Delgado, Isaac Collazo, and Patrick Frazho won gold and advance to national competition in June.
The Varsity Belton Tiger baseball team spends time with patients at Baylor Scott & White McLane Children's Medical Center as part of "Home Run 4 Health" fundraising campaign.
Belton ISD’s Board of Trustees received an update on the construction of Charter Oak Elementary and Lake Belton High School, two new campuses voters approved as a part of the May 2017 bond program.
Belton ISD celebrated Texas Public Schools Week by hosting a luncheon for community leaders where Superintendent Dr. Susan Kincannon highlighted memorable moments.
First Community Title presented a donation box of over 50 books to Southwest Elementary students to help celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday and Read Across America Day.
Belton High School ninth-graders experience civil rights history lesson by touring the Harris Community Center with members of the West Belton-Harris High School Ex-Students Association.
Belton ISD's highest academic performing eighth-12th grade students were honored and celebrated at Wednesday evening's Superintendent Scholars ceremony.
On Wednesday, Belton ISD Career & Technical Education students in FCCLA and construction trades worked together to install the districts first, custom built, Lending Library!
Jill Ross has been named as Principal for the districts new Lake Belton High School beginning in the Fall of 2019. Ben Smith selected as the Principal for Belton High School.
Approximately 135 high school seniors were first students scheduled to complete the national “Stop the Bleed” training through Belton ISD and its partners.
On Wednesday, twelve Belton ISD student athletes signed letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level! Belton ISD is incredibly proud of these athletes!
Twelve standout Belton ISD staff members receive Big Red Heart Award for demonstrating a high level of service to our students, families, schools, district and community.
The Belton Educational Enrichment Foundation (BEEF) is accepting applications for its 2019–2020 student scholarship program from now until April 10 at midnight.
After extensive input from parents and community members, the Belton ISD Board of Trustees approved new elementary, middle and high school attendance boundaries for the district.
Standard Response Protocol (SRP) is latest effort in district's continued focus on safety and security. The SRP is not a replacement but an enhancement of our existing safety plans.
As we embark on an exciting 2019, we wish to share just some of the amazing moments we experienced in 2018. Here are our 2018 Best of Belton ISD Moments that Matter.
Jennifer Conner selected to lead Belton ISD’s tenth elementary campus, opening next year, and Hope Orsag promoted to lead Miller Heights Elementary.
Belton ISD residents spoke individually with school administrators, board trustees and the district’s demographer at public forums about proposed new attendance boundaries.
The Belton Educational Enrichment Foundation (BEEF) awarded $60,041 in grants to dozens of deserving elementary, middle and high school teachers and paraprofessionals.
The Belton High School Academic Awards Banquet honors the top 5% in each class, top 95th percentile or higher on PSAT, and National Merit Commended and Hispanic Scholars.
Members of the Belton ISD Special Olympics Bowling Team were cheered on before traveling to Fort Hood to compete in an Area 12 Special Olympics competition.
Five athletes made it official and solidified their dreams of becoming college athletes when they signed letters of intent. Friends, fans, and family attended the National Signing Day event at...
Belton ISD is introducing a new anti-bullying and safety reporting system called Anonymous Alerts® to empower students, parents and community members to...
Belton ISD has seven seniors recognized this year through the National Merit Program and the National Hispanic Recognition Program. Seniors Marcus Ake, Jacob Jimenez, Bradin...
During a special meeting held this morning, the Belton ISD Board of Trustees appointed Dr. Rosie Montgomery to fill the vacancy representing Trustee Area 2 and...
Belton ISD has announced its policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for students served under the National School Lunch and/or Breakfast Program. Anyone may review a copy of the...
Belton ISD has been ranked in the Top 100 districts in Texas according to Niche.com’s 2019 School District Report Cards. With an overall grade of an A, Belton ISD ranked 82nd out of...
Belton New Tech High School @Waskow has been awarded a silver medal, as one of the best high schools in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings.
For the second year in a row, Belton High School (BHS) students are the SkillsUSA TeamWorks National Champions. The team of construction trades students Bailey Eickenloff, William...
Munirah Tarver from Miller Heights Elementary was named Region 12 Elementary Counselor of the Year. Ms. Tarver has been a counselor for three years and hopes to...
For the first time this summer, Belton ISD partnered with the National Inventors Hall of Fame, a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the future of innovation and STEM.
Summer Adventures in Learning (SAIL) at Southwest Elementary includes students experiencing hands on learning with lessons inspired by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Junior Angler Program.
Upon first walking into the Belton ISD Gifted and Talented Summer Enrichment Camp, you hear the voices of 3rd through 8th grade students excitedly working together to design, build and create.