Bellview Middle School

Bellview Middle School
Bellview Middle School is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Pensacola, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Bellview Middle School which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Bellview Middle School on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

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6201 Mobile Hwy
Pensacola, FL 32526
(850) 941-6089

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ECSD FSA ELA Third Grade Scores for 2016-2017

ECSD FSA ELA Third Grade Scores for 2016-2017 Escambia County School District is pleased to announce that this year’s third grade FSA ELA test scores are in and the overall results confirm that while there is still work to do, there is progress to report. “We are pleased to note that the percentage of students who scored a 3, 4 or 5 this year is 59%, which is a eight point increase over last year, and puts the district above the state average of 58%,” reported Superintendent Malcolm Thomas. “These gains required a lot of concentrated effort on the part of teachers, reading coaches, administrators, mentors and parents and especially our students. We greatly appreciate all of their hard work.” “We are also proud to point out the gains made at Montclair Elementary with an increase of 21 percentage points and Bratt Elementary School with an increase of 19 percentage points” added Thomas. "It is always wonderful when our teachers and their students can measure the positive results of all they have worked toward."

Latin Club State Latin Forum-2017 Escambia High School Latin Club placed first at the Regional Latin Forum in January, for the 26th year.

Latin Club State Latin Forum - 2017 The Latin students at Escambia High School have successfully carried on the program's decades-long tradition of excellence. They placed first overall at the Regional Latin Forum in January, for the 26th year in a row. At the State Latin Forum, they placed 2nd, continuing an 11 year streak of top five finishes for the school. Escambia was the only school to place in the top five in both the creative and academic areas of the competition and the only public school to place in the top five overall. The twenty five students who participated devoted countless hours to studying for their academic contests and preparing their creative events. They all placed in both of their categories. Amy Hornick is the Latin Teacher at Escambia High School.

2016-2017 UNSUNG HEROES - Capital Improvements Crew

2016-2017 UNSUNG HEROES Many people go over and above the call of duty. When they go above and beyond the call of duty and they are not seeking recognition, they are the Unsung Heroes. Every year we look for a group that is the Unsung Hero. They are doing an excellent job, not for fame, not for recognition, but just to know they did a job well done. We recognize a stellar group of District employees whose essential role is to provide capital improvements to facilities throughout our District. The Capital Improvements Crew is a multi-trade group of unsung heroes who, each and every day, directly impact the quality of the learning and work environment for our students and staff. The Capital Improvements Crew constructs and renovates spaces in both schools and district offices. The crew is supervised and lead by Michael Barnes. They have become well known for their excellent "can do" attitude, impeccable professionalism on the job and their unparalleled workmanship. Their work ranges from fabrication of cabinetry and casework to full scale space renovations and remodeling. This group of employees has far exceeded their already excellent reputation and have gone above and beyond the call of duty this school year in assisting with the unique request for creating “calming rooms” for children with disabilities throughout the District. As the District has worked to address the behavioral needs of students and the best techniques to assist them with learning, coping and self-calming; the Capital Improvement Crew was drawn into these requests that are outside their norm of daily operations. One particularly notable example involved creating a calming room at Washington High School. When the ESE teachers and therapists first approached the Capital Crew with their idea, they were greeted with somewhat quizzical expressions; however, it was clear the gentlemen were listening very carefully. It wasn’t long before the crew started asking more questions. Chad Cherry began to research the equipment and eventually, the crew began to utilize scrap wood to create some of the items that would have been very costly for the District to purchase. Some of the equipment included a swirl board, a rocker board, a platform swing, a texture wall, a two-wheel weighted wheelbarrow and a fiber optic light board. As final touches to the calming room were being made, the crew had an opportunity to see a student benefit from the use of the room and the equipment. The Capital Crew has always been thought of as the experts in construction and cabinetry and we knew they could fix problems in our buildings, but they are also partners in education of our students. We are so proud of the partnership developed with these employees of the Operation’s division and their true desire to meet students’ needs. Mr. Thomas presented Mike Barnes and the Capital Improvement Crew with a plaque and name them this year’s Unsung Heroes. Capital Improvement Crew Mike Barnes, Supervisor William (Billy) Bailey, Construction Mechanic II Joseph (Greg) Booher, Construction Mechanic II Brandon (Chad) Cherry, Construction Mechanic II Cameron Hamilton, Construction Mechanic II Randall Henderson, Construction Mechanic II Randall Henderson, Jr., Construction Mechanic II James (Jay_ King, Construction Mechanic II John Martin, Construction Mechanic II Roy (James) Padgett, Construction Mechanic II Keevan Pugh, Construction Mechanic II Montie Roberts, Construction Mechanic II Donald (Donnie) Wade, Construction Mechanic II Ryan Willis, Construction Mechanic II

Stellar Employee of the Year 2017 The Stellar Employee for the Year is Mr. Charlie Freeman.

Stellar Employee of the Year 2017 The Stellar Employee for the Year is Mr. Charlie Freeman. Mr. Freeman is a carpenter with our Maintenance Department and has been with the district in this role for ten years. He is currently assigned to Scenic Heights Elementary School. It has been said that when thinking of recognizing one employee for stellar performance, Charlie Freeman is the employee the staff at Scenic Heights believe should be recognized. The Scenic Heights staff state that Mr. Freeman is a breath of fresh air, always smiling, pleasant to be around and a very hard worker. Mr. Freeman is always willing to lend a helping hand. One small example of his willingness to assist the staff was during preplanning. He was quick to help out when he saw teachers struggling with large loads of trash. He not only helped, but took it all to the dumpster and unloaded it for them. He will stop what he is doing and go out of his way to help. The principal states that she and the staff admire his ingenuity. While a smart board was being installed in a classroom, Mr. Freeman saw an immediate need for the students and custom made a stand so the little children could reach the smart board. At Christmas time each year, Mr. Freeman takes roses to the office personnel; a thoughtful act that puts a smile on everyone’s face. Mr. Freeman is Stellar because of his excellent work ethic and dedication to the staff at Scenic Heights Elementary School. He exemplifies the pillars of “People” and “Service” and it is for these reasons, and so many others, that Mr. Freeman has been selected as our Stellar Employee of the Year for 2017. Adetoun Sanders, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development with Members First Credit Union presented a $500.00 check to Mr. Freeman. Mr. Thomas presented Mr. Freeman with an Employee of the Year plaque. Congratulations Mr. Freeman!

Choice Awards Winners for Kids Tag Art 2017 The Scott Lunsford Tax Collector’s Choice Award is presented to Alexandria (Alex) Newman.

Choice Awards Winners for Kids Tag Art 2017 This is the fourth year our school district has participated in the Kids Tag Art Program working with the Escambia County Tax Collector. The purpose of the program is to advocate for our visual arts programs while bringing funds for the purchase of materials and supplies to the visual art programs in our elementary schools. This year nine schools participated. Each school submitted their top two winners. The Choice Awards were personally selected by Mr. Thomas and Mr. Scott Lunsford. The Superintendent’s Choice Award goes to Yasal Kader, Beulah Elementary School. Beulah’s Elementary School Art Teacher is Melissa Price and the Principal is Monica Silvers. The Scott Lunsford Tax Collector’s Choice Award is presented to Alexandria (Alex) Newman also at Beulah Elementary School. Students, thank you for a job well done. On behalf of the Kids Tag Art Program, in partnership with Scott Lunsford, Tax Collector, it is an honor to recognize the Choice Awards Winners for Kids Tag Art 2017.