• Child Development Screenings
      Free child developmental screenings for children ages 2-4½ years old.  Screenings are by appointment on Wednesday, March 18, 8:00 am-6:00 pm at the Beloit Head Start building.  To make an appointment, call 361-4020.   
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    • 8th Grade Football Players
      football There will be a meeting for all 8th graders who plan on playing football and their parents on Wednesday, March 4th in the high school cafeteria at 6:00 pm. At the meeting we will discuss the summer schedule, participation guidelines and receive the mandatory paper work that needs to be handed in before they begin practice.  
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    • BMHS Expo 
      & Advanced Placement Info Night 
      BMHS Beloit Memorial High School Expo and AP Night has been rescheduled for March 10, 5:30-7:00 p.m.  Open house with staff and students standing by to answer questions about academics and extra-curricular sports and activities. Advanced Placement info will be in the cafeteria from 6:30 to 7, with details on the program and 26 AP course offerings - the largest in the area!
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    • Summer School 2015 
      Summer school will be held June 22 to July 31, 2015 (no school July 3-4).   
      Elementary (Grades 4K-3) summer school forms are now available by clicking here.  4K-3 sites include Todd Elementary School for the east side of town, and Hackett Elementary School on the west side of town.  (Elem. forms due April 1.)
      Forms for 4-8 and high school summer school are coming soon. 
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    • Attention BMHS Alumni
      BMHS Knight We are working on the 2015 edition of the BMHS Alumni Directory.  Alumni (we will be including the class of 2015 for this one, too!) will receive a card in the mail and/or a follow-up phone call from Harris Connect.  This is the company we are contracting with to update and sell directories.  To ensure you are included in the directory, please respond to the card/phone call from Harris Connect.  If you have any questions, please contact the Community Relations office at 608-361-4032 or
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    • 7th/8th Grade Fitness Center Training
      Until June 7 of this year, the fitness center will be open for current 7th and 8th grade athletic training from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. All athletes are welcome, contact Coach Wedig for more information at
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    The School District of Beloit, a family of over 7400 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

    Jazz Band Hears News Headed for the Big Apple!
    The Beloit Memorial High School Jazz Band 1 learns they have earned an invitation to Essentially Ellington for 2015 - the fourth time in a row for the high school. It is THE premier, national high school jazz band competition and music festival held at the Lincoln Center in New York City each May.  Click here to view the video of student reactions as they hear the big news from their director, Chris Behrens.
    Father Daughter Dance Annual Father Daughter Dance
    The Annual Father Daughter Dance in Beloit, sponsored by the Beloit School District, has evolved into a major community event and family tradition for many. This year, over 750 individuals attended the event! For more information and pictures of the dance, please click here
    Our Students Out Stories Our Students, Our Stories
    Meet Erin McCawley, BMHS Senior and recent Rotary Student of the Week. While moving in a community during high school can be intimidating, Erin found a very welcoming and active student community full of opportunities.  Read her story here
    Reach Website REACH Website Launched
    Announcing the new website launch for REACH Advanced Career Education, a Beloit Memorial High School program that prepares students for technical careers or continued education. To learn more about REACH, please click here to visit the website.

    School District of Beloit News