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October 2021

The Cambridge Mission

The mission of Cambridge Elementary, the heart of our school family, is to ensure all students

become respectful, independent, critical thinkers through engaging experiences distinguished by supportive relationships, positive, safe environments, and individual accountability.


8:30 am to 3:31 pm

*Doors open at 8:15 am*

Please do not send your kids to school early as there is no supervision in the parking lots before 8:15am!


ABSENT or LATE - If your child will be absent from school, please email cambridge@bsd124.org or call (816 -348-1008) by 9:00 am. (This is a security measure to ensure parents/guardians or school staff know the whereabouts of each student.) Please send all doctor/dentist/other professional notes to the office upon student's returning to school.

LEAVING EARLY - If you need to pick up your student(s) early, please arrive before 3:05 pm. Students will not be called out of class after 3:15 pm. A valid photo id and note on student record of person picking up will be required in order to release your student.


If you would like your student(s) to go home in a different manor then usual you must email the the office at cambridge@bsd124.org before 3:00pm. We cannot guarantee a change request will be delivered after 3pm. Changes CANNOT be accommodated without an email. Phone calls will not be accepted, since this not a safe procedure as we cannot verify the person calling.

BackSnacks and Giving the Basics

The Belton School District and Cambridge are partnering with Harvester’s again to supply BackSnacks to families in need. BackSnacks are bags of extra food items that go home once a week to help supplement weekend meals for students and families.

Cambridge also partners with Giving the Basics to help supply families in need by providing basic personal hygiene items. These items are shipped to the school and distributed from the Counselor’s office.

If you family has a need for these resources, please reach out to Mrs. Keri Wardlow whose number is (816) 348-1008.

Health and Wellness

The Belton School District Board of Education adopted a district Wellness Program to promote student health, facilitate student learning of lifelong healthy habits, and increase student achievement (Board policy ADF). To check out more information in regards to this program, please see our district webpage linked here.

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Treats & Gifts

Please note the following change being implemented during the 2021-2022 school year:

The Belton School District prohibits treats being sent in for birthdays and other celebrations in your child's classroom to maintain safe environments for students and staff with specific allergies.

Please also refrain from sending in trinkets, toys, etc. on birthdays or event dates.


Explore the Health Services page for everything related to your student and their health as it pertains to school.

Here are just a couple things you can find information on:


  • All medication, prescription, and non-prescription must be accompanied by an authorized Medication Consent Form completed by the parent/legal guardian.
  • Prescription medication must be brought in the current original labeled pharmacy container listing the prescribing doctor’s name, the name, address and phone number of the filling pharmacy and the prescription number.
  • Non-prescription non-school-owned medication must be brought in an unopened original container.
  • Medication must be brought to the Health Room and picked up by a parent/legal guardian. Students are not allowed to carry medication on their person, backpacks, or lunch boxes.

How to Contact Us

  • cambridge@bsd124.org (*best way to reach us*)
  • your child's teacher's email (first name initial, last name @bsd124.org)
  • 816-348-1008 Main Office
  • 816-348-1093 Fax
  • 816-348-1009 Nurse
  • 816-348-1013 Cafeteria
  • 816-348-1527 or 816-489-7300 SACC
  • 816-331-3200 DS Bus Lines



1 No School

12 No School

24-26 No School (Thanksgiving Break)

29 No School


22-31 No School (Winter Break)