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Welcome to Belt Line Elementary, Home of the Incredibles!!!

BLE PK students

BLE Staff

Basketball Champions

Basketball Champions

Celebrate Orange

Girls in Pajamas

Girls in pajamas

Mr. Ivory

Mr. Ivory

Male Teacher

2016 BLE Faculty

2016 BLE Faculty

Mrs. Hawthorne with staff

BLE Pajama students

Mrs. Vick

Teachers laughing

Cherish Pipkins

Cherish Pipkins

Principal's Message

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Welcome to Belt Line Information Systems and Software Design Academy. Our theme for the 2016-2017 school year is "Navigating Towards Excellence: Where Distinction is our Destination." Our hope is that all students are eager to take ownership of their learning and work towards self-sustaining success. This vision will become a reality through authentic collaboration with our parents and the community.
 
Belt Line serves almost 600 students in grades PK-5th, and our family of committed educators commits to work tirelessly and with intentionality to ensure that the targeted needs of all students are met both academically and socially. We understand that we are preparing our students for jobs that have not yet been created, and because of that, we make it our aim to strengthen our student' literacy skills so that they are strong readers, listeners, speakers and writers. We will expose our students to opportunities to work collaboratively, solve problems and think critically so that they are equipped for middle school, high school, college, career and beyond. We are anchored in excellence, and we welcome our students, parents and community aboard as we set sail for a great year!
 
Wendy Hawthorne, Principal
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Campus News

Lancaster ISD to hold 4th Annual Black History Bowl Competition Thumbnail Image

Lancaster ISD to hold 4th Annual Black History Bowl Competition

On Saturday, February 18, Lancaster ISD will host its 4th Lancaster ISD Black History Academic competition at 9 AM, in the Lancaster High School Auditorium located at 200 E. Wintergreen Road in Lancaster, Texas. The contest will not only celebrate the achievements of African Americans, but extends beyond the borders and across the globe.
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A Health Alert Message for Lancaster ISD Students and Parents

The “flu” virus is most common during the fall and winter months. Influenza activity often begins to increase in October and November. Most of the time flu activity peaks between December and March and can last as late as May.Therefore in an effort to keep all our students safe and healthy, please be vigilant and monitor your student for flu-like symptoms.
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