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BHES kindergartners traveled to Riverbend Environmental Education in Gladwyne to participate in Project CHANGE (Children Helping and Nurturing Growth in the Environment).
The eclectic mix of characters in a new mural at Belmont Hills are linked by two things: their diversity and aspirations to pursue their dreams.
9:30AM to 11 AM at the Academy Building
Update to information regarding the end of the elementary marking period and report card delivery date.
Reading and Math testing to be begin March 24th
LMSD Strategic Plan: Opportunity to Participate in ISC Focus Group - March 11
Accepting nominations now through March 24th
April 5, 2014
Detailing the criteria for math placement for 2014-15 school year.
Letter from Dr. McGinley following Board's approval of expanded high school choice area
The banquet room at the Belmont Hills Firehouse played host to the annual Belmont Hills Home & School Association (HSA) Pancake Breakfast.
From Anne Frank to Mahatma Gandhi, third graders at BHES recently presented their research on famous historical figures to students and staff at this annual event.
Along with a winning grant application for her cooperative learning lesson, "Bach, Beethoven and the Business Model," Holmes was selected to serve in an advisory capacity to the Philadelphia Orchestra's School Concert Collaborative Group.
The "School Street Singers" took to the stage under the direction of music teacher Colleen Holmes.
Students spent the day learning about the natural world at Project CHANGE's new home: the Riverbend Environmental Education Center.
Student and their families gather for breakfast during the annual Scholastic Book Fair.
Cartoonist and writer Lincoln Peirce spoke with students at Belmont Hills.
Walk for the Cure raises cancer awareness and funds for cancer research at Lankenau Medical Center Foundation.
This worldwide event is aimed at celebrating and encouraging all forms of active transportation to school.
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Established as one of Pennsylvania's first public school districts in 1834, LMSD, located in Philadelphia's historic Main Line suburbs, enjoys a rich tradition of achievement, innovation and community partnership and a longstanding reputation as one of the finest school systems in the United States.