The Bellefonte Area School District has partnered with Safe School Helpline to provide a way for students, staff and community members to help prevent any threat of harm at our schools. Safe School Helpline is a confidential way for anyone to report information about situations that may impact safety at our schools.
Bellefonte Area School District launched the Safe2Say Something helpline through the state's Safe2Say Program. The initiative, mandated by state law known as Act 44, is an anonymous reporting system designed to help students and staff recognize warning signs of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others.
Bellefonte Area School District offers cyber education for its students who may feel this form of alternative learning is a good fit for them. In a question and answer with Rebecca Leitzell, the district's cyber education coordinator, you may learn what the program entails.
On July 8, a statement was made regarding important community conversations about the Red Raiders and other matters. See the full statement from the Bellefonte Area School board president, here: Red Raiders statement. Thank you for your patience and support as we head into a new school year.
Bellefonte Area School District believes it is its responsibility to provide a safe and nondiscriminatory environment for all students. We also believe it is our responsibility to provide information and resources to broaden the knowledge and deepen the understanding of issues that affect our students and our community. Please click here to view the PowerPoint presentation from the June 28 school board meeting. Click here to view the accompanying video.
7 p.m. to 8 p.m. the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at St. John's United Church of Christ.