2018Save-the-date

Back-to-School Gala & Auction

Join us for a great evening of food, fun and philanthropy as we celebrate and support the students and educators of the Belton School District. Guests will enjoy cocktails, dinner, silent and live auctions, and program, including the announcement of the Jon S. Ferguson Excellence in Teaching Award. The mission More »

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Teacher Grant Program

Thanks to the continued support of our generous donors, the Belton Educational Foundation has awarded over $330,000 since the beginning of the Teacher Grant Program in 2008. Each year, the Foundation encourages all teachers in the Belton School District to submit innovative ideas through this competitive grant request process. School More »

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About Us

The Belton Educational Foundation believes that each student is unique, has inherent worth, has the ability to learn and the power to achieve.  We believe that our community has a role to play in helping each student reach their full potential.  That as a community, we will benefit from ensuring that More »

2017 BHS All Class Reunion set for August 5

The 2017 Belton High School All Class Reunion and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 5, @ noon in the Belton High School Commons (801 W. North Ave).

Belton High School alum from all classes are welcome, with a special tribute to the Class of 1967.

Tickets may be purchased online or at the door:

Early Bird Tickets are available through June 30 for $12

Tickets purchased July 1 or after are $15

Tickets may also be purchased at the door for $20

Doors to the event will open at 10:30am.

Lunch will be served at noon followed by the program and induction of the 2017 BHS Hall of Fame members.

A tour of the old Belton High School will take place promptly following the event.

Purchase Online Tickets Here

Belton Educational Foundation awards Belton School District with over $29,000 in grant funds

IMG_0153On April 4, the Belton Educational Foundation Board of Trustees surprised teachers in the Belton School District with over $29,000 for 14 innovative grants.

The goal of the Foundation’s Teacher Grant Program is to help educators enhance instruction by providing funding for innovative learning programs. All teachers in the district are given the opportunity to apply for a grant. This year, 39 applications were submitted from across the district for a variety of projects.

“Thanks to the continued support of our generous donors, we are proud to support our educators by funding these innovative learning experiences for the students of the Belton School District,” said Krista Watkins, Executive Director.

Since its inception, the Foundation has awarded over $330,000 in grant funding to the Belton School District. For full details about the 2017 Teacher Grant winners and programs, visit www.beltonfoundation.org or call (816)348-1150.

The 2017 Grant Award winners are: 

  • Emily Wills, Kristin Cummings & Jan Hardee, Grace Early Childhood Center – $1806.95
  • Alexandria Jorgensen, Art Teacher, Scott Elementary – $2000
  • Madison Steffen, 3rd Grade, Scott Elementary – $2294
  • Jade Wunder, Miranda Russell and Naotasha Landrum, Gladden Elementary – $1379.99
  • Cathy Cisetti, 3rd Grade, Gladden Elementary – $967.77
  • Ami Henry, 3rd Grade, Hillcrest STEAM Academy – $2000
  • Lisa Albright and Michele Dooley, 6th Grade, Hillcrest STEAM Academy – $2250
  • Tanya Appling, Librarian, Hillcrest STEAM Academy – $5000
  • Sonya Abdelgawad, Jane Scudder & Betty Rickman, Hillcrest STEAM Academy – $2500
  • Bethany Kelly, Mike Williamsen & Melanie Ryberg, Hillcrest STEAM Academy – $2499.25
  • Kristine Spiers, Phys.Ed., Kentucky Trail Elementary – $1732.40
  • Laura Harmon, 4th Grade, Kentucky Trail Elementary – $767.78
  • Kaylin Blankenship, 3rd Grade, Kentucky Trail Elementary – $1987.90
  • Clare Nicholson, Special Education, Belton Middle School/Freshman Center – $2085

Small Card, Big Results: 2017 Major Saver Campaign

The Belton Educational Foundation is offering Major Saver cards for sale through the Belton elementary and middle schools. Students will receive the sales packets on Tuesday, April 4th and continue selling the $15 discount cards until Friday, April 14th . Proceeds from the sale of Major Saver cards directly support the participating schools and the Belton Educational Foundation.

We have a great card this year! The 2017 participating restaurants/establishments include: Sam’s Club, Price Chopper, Skyzone Trampoline Park, Brewbakers, The Little Pig BBQ, Buffalo Wild Wings, Big Daddy’s Donuts, Tara’s Café and Malt Shop, IHOP, Papa Murphy’s, Pepperjax Grill, Jose Pepper’s, 54 th Street Grill and Bar, Sonic, Burger King, Golden Corral, Mitchell Theatres, Papa Johns, Aaron’s Family Fun Center, and High Blue Wellness Center.

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Major Saver cards can be purchased via cash, check or online at www.majorsaver.com. The online sale can be credited back to a particular student and school. All cards purchased online will be mailed directly to the customer.

Major Saver cards can also be purchased, and credited to a student, through the Major Saver App. Once the free app is downloaded to an Android or iOS device, buyers can choose a Major Saver card through the “buy cards” tab on the app. Once the buyer completes the transaction the offers will be stored in the Major Saver App. Buyers can then redeem offers directly from the app and do not need a physical card.

Major Saver stresses safe selling and discourages door to door campaigning. The company encourages students to sell to family members, church patrons, neighbors, other adults the family may know; and to always make sure their parents are involved.

Please consider purchasing one or more Major Saver cards this year to help benefit the Belton Educational Foundation and participating schools.

Thank you for your support!

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