On-time daily attendance is mandatory for students to benefit to the fullest from the instructional program. The district recognizes, however, that there are situations that dictate a student’s absence. Therefore, in accordance with district guidelines, absences may be excused for the following reasons:
• Doctor's appointment
• Death in the family
• Religious commitment
• Extenuating …
The Public Education Department (PED) launched its new website in an effort to assist families and educators to better support our students: www.nmparcc.com. This website includes information and links to resources about PARCC for families and educators.
After navigating to www.nmparcc.com, click on the Families link in the upper right side of the page. For more information, please click on the …
If your family lives in any of the following conditions: In a shelter, motel, vehicle or campground, On the street, doubled up with friends or relatives, Abandoned building or trailer;Your children have certain rights or protection under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act.
Click on McKinney-Vento Flyer and/or go to BCS McKinney-Vento Web Page for more information.
In the event of inclement weather, the Belen Consolidated Schools may operate on an abbreviated day basis. In the event of an abbreviated day, the start time at each school will be two hours later than usual. The dismissal time will remain the same for all schools.
Television stations, which will relay the abbreviated day information are KOB (Channel 4), KOAT (Channel 7), and KRQE (Channel …
Parent Information Forms & Files
- Attendance Information
- BCS Student Management Handbooks
- Bullying Prevention
- SPED Policies and Procedures
- School Forms
- There are several forms available to parents that pertain to student demographics and other information. In an effort to observe FERPA laws, these forms are not placed on the web; rather, please see the site principal, or contact the Health Services Office and Curriculum office for a copy or copies.
- Social Media Smart Cards
- Useful information from Emergency Preparedness for keeping yourself as safe as possible while using social media, i.e Twiiter, Google+, FaceBook, and LinkedIn