End of 2020-2021 School Year Message
If I said "What a year," it should be more like, "What a past 14 months!" Since the start, many instances of the unknown and change have occurred, and we have tried to stay the course here in Pirate Country. I have a ton of praise and admiration for our Belton Board of Education and all our Belton staff for their tireless efforts through this trying time.
I also want to thank our families for entrusting us to keep everyone safe and educate all children, whether they were learning from home or here at school. Everyone truly rose to the challenge and found ways to help children be successful.
So, what's next?
We are looking forward to summer school and the many new and engaging opportunities we will have for our students. Our Return to School Task Force teams met and we have returned to normal in most aspects for summer school. Stay tuned for updates later this summer in regards to our return in August.
Also, construction has started across the district on our safe and secure entrances, as well as parking lot resurfacing, and roof replacements and repairs. Thank you to our community for passing the bond in June 2020 that is making this all happen.
Sincerely in Education,
Dr. Andrew S. Underwood
Superintendent of Schools