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Bell Field Elementary
From The Principal

Principal
Allison Kelberlau

1240 E. 11th Street
Fremont, NE 68025
Phone: (402) 727-3178
Fax: (402) 727-3040

Bell Field Elementary School


Welcome to Bell Field Elementary!  The mission of Bell Field Elementary School is to empower each student to perform his/her personal best, to demonstrate positive character, and to contribute responsibly to our ever-changing world.  We believe all individuals can achieve success in learning.  At Bell Field, we implement a Positive Behavior Intervention and Support System (PBiS) to establish and maintain a safe and effective school environment that maximizes academic achievement and behavioral competence of all students.  We believe educating our students and building a sense of community is a shared responsibility of students, staff, parents, and the public.  We strive to develop the skills and attitudes for students to become life-long learners. 

Our school is centrally located near the intersection of 11th and Bell Street and is the newest elementary school facility in Fremont, Nebraska. We will open our doors on August 13th to approximately 310 students, in Kindergarten through 4th grade.  Our school theme for the 2012-2013 school year is "TEAM-Together Everyone Achieves More".  We look forward to working with students and families to develop teams focusing on learning, collaborative culture, and results.  Please contact the school office at 402-727-3178 or allison.kelberlau@fpsmail.org with any questions regarding Bell Field Elementary!  Go Bulldogs! 

 

Bell Field News

KINDERGARTNERS AND THEIR FAMILIES DECORATE BELL FIELD BIRD


Bell Field kindergartners with their turkey

As a take-home project, each kindergartner at Bell Field Elementary brought home a turkey feather cut-out to decorate with their family.  Creative materials such as colored feathers, glitter, plastic eyes, stickers, markers, leaves, buttons, cereal and pipe cleaners were used to decorate the “feathers.”  Elementary art teacher Julie Bristol helped out by making the body of the turkey. The bird, with all of its multi-colored tail feathers, was displayed in the school commons.

 


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