May Newsletter

Belle Aire Intermediate

Greetings From Belle Aire Intermediate!

Hello Belle Aire Families! We miss everyone very much and hope you are staying safe and healthy! As many of you know, we are not physically returning to school for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year. However, we will continue home based learning until May 21st. If you need to pick up paper packets the foyer will be open Mondays and Thursdays from 9am-12pm. If and when additional information is provided we will communicate to you as quickly as possible. Please know that we appreciate all the hard work and dedication that parents and students have demonstrated during this difficult time. I know that it has been very hard to adjust to the unforeseen circumstances but you have done amazing job!!! Again THANK YOU and we couldn't do it without your support! Please continue to follow Governor DeWines social distancing guidelines and stay safe!

Additional Note: Gradecards will be mailed out the week of May 25th and will include school supply list. If any of your information needs updated, such as mailing address, phone numbers and/or emergency contacts, please do so online via OneView. The link for OneView can be found at the bottom of the districts webpage,

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Summer Reading Activities

Connect with Mrs. Haithcock

We are working on Social Emotional Learning and Mindfulness strategies to help students manage their emotions and anxieties. The strategies provide a tremendous amount of benefits for students at home and school. These resources are helpful for ALL students, not just those who have experienced trauma. I have included links for yoga, deep breathing, mindfulness, and calmdown kit ideas, that you can utilize at home.
Please feel free to reach out to me if you have questions or concerns. My contact information is listed below. Please stay safe and healthy! Mrs. Haithcock
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Community Resources

  • Mental Health Supports: Supporting positive mental health for Belle Aire Intermediate students, families, and staff is crucial. We team with an organization out of Cincinnati, The Counseling Source, to provide school-based mental health services for students when school is in session. These services are still available when school is closed. To contact The Counseling Source or to request counseling services please contact your school counselor, Angela Haithcock 740-335-1810 ext. 2309, Additional supports include: Scioto Paint Valley Mental Health, Crisis Hotline 740-335-7155 or 1-800-273-8255, OhioCares-Fayette County.
  • Fayette County Health Department
  • Fayette County Transportation- Free Prepaid Food and Pharmacy Delivery, call 740-335-9628, If you do not have the ability to prepay, Schedule a trip with Fayette County Transportation and they will take you
  • Big Blue Bus deliveries- lunch and next day breakfast at your current bus stop location, click the link for more information

Extra Information:

  • Teacher Appreciation Week May 4th-8th, 2020
  • Last Day of School for Students May 21, 2020
  • Gradecards go out week of May 25, 2020