• School District of Beloit Launches Student Success Initiative

    School District of Beloit Launches Student Success Initiative


    The School District of Beloit is excited to announce that the AVID program this fall at Beloit Memorial High School. AVID, which stands for Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing all students for college and careers. Established more than 35 years ago, today the program impacts nearly 1.5 million students. Beloit Memorial joins almost 6,000 other AVID schools across the country that are dedicated to providing real college opportunities for all students.

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  • Summit Learning at Roy Chapman Andrews Academy

    Summit Learning at Roy Chapman Andrews Academy


    The School District of Beloit has entered into a partnership with Summit Learning to enhance the student experience at Roy Chapman Andrews Academy for the 2017-18 school year.

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  • Construction Work Awarded for Intermediate Playgrounds

    Construction Work Awarded for Intermediate Playgrounds


    The School District of Beloit Board of Education tonight voted to award the intermediate playground order and installation to Boland Recreation in the amount of $130,498. All four district intermediate schools will receive new playgrounds. It is anticipated that all playgrounds will be installed by spring 2018.

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  • Robinson Elementary School Sets Out to Read 100,000

    Robinson Elementary School Sets Out to Read 100,000


    School District of Beloit’s Robinson Elementary School is starting this year with big goals to improve literacy. Principal Sam Carter, along with his staff, is implementing “Read 100,000” which is a program to encourage students and families to read 100,000 books during the 2017-18 school year.

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  • School District of Beloit Board of Education Approves Welcome Center

    School District of Beloit Board of Education Approves Welcome Center


    The School District of Beloit Board of Education tonight approved the construction of a district welcome center to serve families, students and staff. The welcome center would be centrally located in the community at the north end of the high school campus on 4th street. Land for the project is being donated by Beloit 2020. The district plans to finance the $5.5 million project with bonds.

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