Category : Education

Belton ISD board calls bond election for May 6

Special to The Journal At a special meeting, the Belton ISD Board of Trustees called a bond election for May 6. Voters will consider issuing bonds to fund four projects, which include a new elementary school and a new high…

0 Comments / 126 View / February 17, 2017

Early childhood school sets bar for fun

By Danielle Wellborn-Tyler Correspondent It was a fun Friday night at the Belton Early Childhood School as they held their 3rd annual Fall Festival. The parking lot was packed, and kids could be seen running with pure excitement from booth…

0 Comments / 70 View / November 14, 2016

Homecoming Highlight

Special touchdown makes lasting impression on players, community By Tony Adams Sports Editor As the clock struck zero in the first half of the Belton Tigers and Harker Heights District 8-6A matchup, the Tigers ran an untimed down to insert…

0 Comments / 93 View / October 4, 2016

Oct. 2-8 now National 4-H Week

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent County commissioners gathered for their regular meeting Monday morning to discuss and consider items on the agenda. After the meeting was called to order Judge Jon Burrows read proclamations for Bell County. County commissioners approved…

0 Comments / 57 View / October 4, 2016

School bus food truck debuts at meeting

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent Before the monthly Belton ISD school board meeting officially started, all attendees to the school board meeting were given the first look at the BISD Food Truck’s debut and to enjoy the first meal served…

0 Comments / 217 View / September 29, 2016

CenTex P-20 connect communities, opportunities

By Lindsay Starr Platt Publisher More than 20 people gathered for a pancake breakfast on Friday morning at Harris Community Center to learn and discuss how their organization can be instrumental in the regional P20 council. The Central Texas P20…

0 Comments / 200 View / September 20, 2016

Belton High teacher among 183 nationally trained in Holocaust education

Special to the Journal Students of Rebecca Kidder, of Temple, Texas, a teacher at Belton High School in Belton, will be acquiring valuable lessons of the Holocaust this school year due to their teacher having completed top-notch training this summer…

0 Comments / 60 View / September 20, 2016

School makes student success first priority

By Katherine Gibbs Correspondent Parents and their children met at Belton Early Childhood School on Sept. 1 for a parent learning session. BECS has been open for three years and enrollment has continued to grow. “There is such a strong…

0 Comments / 107 View / September 13, 2016

UMHB holds first paint night to kick off semester

By Katherine Gibbs Correspondent The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor held the first purple and gold paint night on Sept. 2 out on rec field 1201. The event was hosted by the Campus activities board and every UMHB student was invited….

0 Comments / 43 View / September 13, 2016

SBMS’ Mr. G praised for making math fun

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent When someone walks past the seventh-grade math class at South Belton Middle School they may see the teacher Mr. Natale Giambalvo (Mr. G.) standing on a chair wearing a wig and cape as he sings…

0 Comments / 803 View / September 6, 2016