Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The newsletters contain information on school events, fundraisers, PTA and more
All of the middle and elementary schools in the Mentor Public Schools district have released their free newsletters online. The newsletters contain information on each schools' parent-teacher conference schedule, local PTA, upcoming fundraisers, spelling bee winners, as well as a calendar of events. The winter newsletters also explain how to tell if your child has the cold or flu and what to do in either instance. Additionally, depending on the school, the newsletters may have information on kindergarten registration, local reading programs, Internet safety tips or even a free student ticket to a Mentor High boys basketball game. Here are links to the newsletters, which are available as PDFs:
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Pitchers Cody Allen and Corey Kluber and third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall answered questions from the students and told them to pursue their dreams.
Cleveland Indians Pitchers Cody Allen and Corey Kluber and third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall visited Bellflower Elementary School Friday afternoon. They answered questions from the students and told them to work hard to achieve their dreams. Thank photos are courtesy of the Mentor Public Schools Facebook page.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Mentor Schools Board of Education will vote tonight on whether to approve land lease that will allow the city to build a retention basin behind Bellflower Elementary School
- Jason Lea
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
It's rained a lot in Mentor this year, and that rain has caused some flooding. That flooding had lead to some complaints; and, those complaints, to discussions with City Council and administration about how to abate the flooding. While some measures have already been taken by the city -- like the clearing of Two Town Ditch -- it searched for a permanent solution. Now, it may have that solution. The Mentor Schools Board of Education will vote tonight during its board meeting on whether or not to grant a land lease for 14.3 acres behind Bellflower Elementary to the city. The land would be used as a detention basin "for purposes of storm water management purposes with the goal of significantly reducing water flow and flooding problems in the …
Saturday, June 4, 2011
Bellflower Elementary students climbed inflatable rock walls and played basketball with a little more bounce than usual on Friday
Bellflower Elementary School students celebrated the impending end of the school year with a field day Friday.