Welcome to Belleview Middle School!
Belleview Middle School, working together as partners with the total community, will prepare students for the future. A professional, compassionate staff will provide a challenging, diversified curriculum to meet the individual needs of each student. Our goal is to provide a safe environment where students are expected to develop the integrity, social and life skills necessary to become productive citizens.
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CONGRATULATIONS to our 2013-14 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Cerny and our Rookie Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Hamel!
(Above left) Rookie Teacher of the year, Mrs. Hamel (with flowers), Dean Jenkins (left) and Assistant Principal Mrs. Westfall and Mr. Ellers, Principal (right).
(Above right) Mrs. Hamel, Rookie Teacher of the Year, with her class.
Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Cerney, with her students.
School pictures will be taken on Friday, October 18th Picture packets will be sent home on Monday, October 14th for those wishing to purchase pictures. Please bring the envelope and payment on picture day. All students will have there picture taken whether they are purchasing pictures or not. Dress code policy will be strictly enforced. Picture re-takes are scheduled for December 3rd.
The BMS Public Accountability report is available for viewing in the main office and can be accessed at
This report is compiled annually and contains information about the progress of Florida’s public schools.
Parent Portal Information: Click on the links below for information on the Parent Portal
Belleview Middle School Binder Program
Dear BMS Parents and Guardians:
One of the most difficult things for students to adapt to in the middle school setting is learning how to organize their materials as they move from class to class each day. To address this issue, the teachers and staff at BMS have created a plan that we feel confident will help your child become more organized in order to be a more successful student. Two major components of this plan are:
- Creating one school-wide supply list that requires all students to use just one large binder as their learning tool for all classes, instead of several smaller binders and folders for each class.
- Prohibiting the use of backpacks and other large bags on campus.
Our one binder program is called PAWS: Panthers Always Working for Success. We utilize our PAWS program to teach students how to set up their binder for all classes in order to keep all of their learning materials in one place. Students will be trained on what items will and will not be allowed to be kept in their binders. Each class will be clearly marked by a divider tab.
Since the students will be carrying only one binder, and textbooks remain in the classrooms, it will not be necessary for students to use a back pack to carry several different binders, folders, spiral notebooks, etc. This will prevent the “black hole” that develops in most back packs where papers are lost and never seen again. It will also free up space in the classrooms previously taken up by twenty-two or more back packs.
Students will be allowed to carry a small bag for their lunch, PE clothes, and/or library book. See the School Supply List for details. For your convenience, we will offer the 3” binders in the appropriate colors, along with the six dividers for sale at the school. We hope that you will support us as we help your children become better students through the use of an organized learning tool. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me at 671-6235.
This is a toll free hotline designed primarily for student use to report any concerns that they may have concerning such topics as theft, violence, suicide, drugs, bullying, weapons, vandalism, and domestic abuse.