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    • Three Beloit Schools Named Title I Schools of Recognition

      Schools from around the state learned recently that they are among 135 being recognized for their success in educating students. Three Beloit schools made the list. Click on the title to learn who earned the recognition.

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    • 2018-19 4K and 5K Enrollment Now Open

      Enrollment for 4 and 5-year old Kindergarten is now open. Families are encouraged to skip the long summer lines and sign up their children now for 4K and 5K for the 2018-19 school year. (Click the title for more information on enrollment)

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    • Converse Student Wins Scholastic Writing Contest

      Converse Elementary second grader Dellah Hall was recently named the Grand Prize Winner in the Scholastic Book Clubs’ Monster Alarm Story Starter Contest. This nationwide writing competition drew entries from all over the country. (Click the story's title to read more)

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    • BMHS Student Not Throwing Away His Shot with #EduHam Chicago

      Beloit Memorial High School student, Matthew Wick, has been selected to perform his original rap at the CIBC Theatre in Chicago where Hamilton is currently being performed. The opportunity is a part of the Hamilton Education Program (EduHam), an innovative program integrating history and the performing arts.

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    Your district of choice

    • Welcome to the School District of Beloit, a family of more than 7,000 students and 900 staff nestled in the heart of a thriving community.
      We are your district of choice.
      We have programs for every child: advanced learning student options, online classes, all-day 4K, dual-language immersion, an advanced technical training center, a state-recognized intervention model and Ignite Beloit 1:1 iPad Learning initiative. 


    • Stay Connected

      Stay Connected Stay connected with the School District of Beloit. Get important updates and messages from your child's school and the district. It's simple. There are many ways to stay connected: follow us on Facebook and Twitter, visit your district and school websites, and sign up for updates via email and phone.

      Update your email address through Skyward Family Access or in person with a photo ID at the Central Enrollment Office. Changes can also be submitted through your child's school office.

      When you update your email, you can also make sure we have the correct phone number(s) on file. Phone numbers can be updated in person with a photo ID at the Central Enrollment Office or in your child's school office.

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    • Are you looking for the REACH website?

      BMHS has moved to an Academy model for its students. Academies will be fully launched next fall and will replace/supplement what we currently refer to as REACH. Check back here as we will be launching the Academy website soon.

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    • Summer Meals for Students

      Youth age 18 and under are encouraged to join us at one of many sites throughout the stateline area for free summer meals. Visit Summer Food Program for more information.

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