• Latino Community Fair

      Join us for an afternoon of lots of information and fun, featuring:  Even Start Dancers, SOS Latin@s Presentation on gangs, Community Booths, Food vendors, and raffle prizes.   The fair will be held October 10th, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Brother Dutton, 717 Hackett Street.  For more information, please contact: Latino Service Providers at 608-361-1928.

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    The School District of Beloit, a family of over 7100 students and 900 staff nestled in the heart of a thriving community, has a place for every child with such programs as:  state-recognized intervention model, gifted and talented student options, online learning, all-day 4K, dual-language immersion programs, advanced technical training center and Ignite Beloit 1:1 iPad Learning initiative.  Check out the latest news on our district below:

    News and Headlines

    Art Cover Cover Art 
    The School District of Beloit is no stranger to landing headlines for program innovation and excellence from careers to graduation rates. Most recently, Liz Carpenter (BMHS Art Teacher) and Beloit students graced the cover of the national SchoolArts Magazine. SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901. Click here to view the recent edition
    Fruzen picture About Francis J. Fruzen  
    The brand new school building in Beloit, Fruzen Intermediate School, is ready to welcome students and staff this fall of 2015, and its namesake, Fran Fruzen, is looking forward to the grand opening.  “It’s a huge honor to have something living/breathing and connected with kids, my life’s work, with my name.”  Read more here.
    Secretary Frontline of Smiles and Communication
    School secretaries wear hats of numerous titles and colors and shapes – daily, they direct the flow of the student population, answer phone calls, and sometimes act as a sounding board when needed.   Read More.
    AP Scholars Advanced Placement Scholars
    Thirty students from Beloit Memorial High School (BMHS) have earned AP Scholar Awards by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement Program Exams.  Read more here.  
    School District of Beloit News