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Mission Statement

"Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or in the same way."

Mission Statement

 

“The Belleville Public Schools Local Building and Improvement Project for Special Education-Least Restrictive Environment is designed to promote, provide and support the practice of inclusive education. The Belleville School District has adopted a proactive stance for including students with disabilities in general education. We are committed to developing and expanding our continuum of options for students to participate in general education. The district is building its capacity by reshaping and rethinking its mindset of LRE, specifically inclusive practices. We have gone beyond our traditional scope by changing the attitude of administration, staff, parents and students. To accomplish this goal, it is necessary that the district permanently embraces the LRE concept and provides accommodations and modifications necessary to ensure that all students achieve their educational goals.”

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 6:30pm we will be having our annual Special Services informational meeting.  This is open to all parents of students with IEPs and will be held in the Teaching and Learning Center in the Belleville High School.  At this meeting, we will review department goals as well as program, district, and department goals.  Information discussed at this meeting is below.  Powerpoint presentations involving our presentation to the parents as well as the Powerpoint presentation from the Partnership of Essex.  
 
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6:30pm there will be a workshop being offered to all Special Education Parents titled, Behavioral Management Techniques and Addressing Opposition and Conflict.  This workshop will be held in the Teaching and Learning Center conference room, located within the Belleville High School.  
 
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 6:30pm there will be a workshop being offered to all Special Education Parents titled, Increase Positive Communication and Understanding Anxiety/Depression.  This workshop will be held in the Teaching and Learning Center conference room, located within the Belleville High School.  
 
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at 6:30 there will be  an informational session from the Educational Liasion at Partnership for Children of Essex that will be open to all Bellevile, Nutley, and Bloomfield parents of children with special needs.  This session will provide parents with information regarding what services are available through Partnership of Essex as well as it will assist with obtaining these services.  This workshop will be held in the media center of the John Walker Middle School, which is located in Nutley.  Please note that this meeting will be held in Nutley and not Belleville.  The John Walker Middle School is located on Franklin Avenue In Nutley.  The media center is on the second floor.  
 
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 6:30pm there will be a workshop being offered to all Special Education Parents, titled, Managing Technology and Social Media.   This workshop will be held in the Teaching and Learning Center conference room, located in the Belleville High School.