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Special Education Plan (DRAFT)

The new Special Education Plan (draft form) is available in PDF.

( here)



Spring Keystone Exam Opt-Out Procedures





The only permissible reason for parents to opt-out their child from taking the Keystone Exams is exclusion based upon religious beliefs.  In order to do this, the procedures outlined must be followed.


Parents and guardians may review the assessments by making arrangements with the school assessment coordinator, Mrs. Lisa Hartsock, at 742-2274.  The reviews will take place two weeks prior to the testing windows (April 28 – May 9).  Confidentiality agreements must be signed, and no copies of the assessments or notes about assessment items will be permitted to leave the school.  If after reviewing the assessments, parents do not want their child to participate in one or all of the assessments due to a conflict with their religious beliefs, they must put this request in writing and state their objection, address it to the school district superintendent, Dr. Brian Toth, and deliver it to Mrs. Hartsock in the high school prior to the beginning of the assessment(s) to request to excuse their child from the assessment.  Exclusion based on Religious beliefs is the ONLY permissible basis to opt out your child from taking the PSSA tests.  






Bellwood-Antis High School has been awarded the U.S. News & World Report Bronze award for Best High Schools in the US

2014 Best High Schools

Last Day of School

for the 2013-2014 School Year*


As of March 14, 2014 — Thursday June 5, 2014 is the last day of school for students.

April 16th and May 22nd are now a regular day of school.

April 17th and May 23rd are now snow make up student days with a 2 hour early dismissal

February 14thand April 21st are now snow make up regular days of school.

*We will keep the home page of our website current with the date of our last student day of school during this unprecedented winter. Please be aware that our last student day may change as we still have more winter ahead of us.


Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program

Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program

Property Tax/Rent Rebate application forms and assistance are available at no cost from Department of Revenue district offices, local Area Agencies on Aging, senior centers and state legislators’ offices.

The PA Department of Revenue is aware that a company is contacting older Pennsylvanians by mail, offering to prepare Property Tax/Rent Rebate applications for a fee.  While it’s unfortunate that a company is charging for a service that the government and other agencies provide for free, there appears to be nothing illegal about the offer. 

 Eligible participants can receive a rebate of up to $650 based on their rent or property taxes paid in 2013. The program benefits eligible Pennsylvanians who are 65 years or older, widows and widowers 50 years or older, and those 18 years or older with disabilities. Eligibility income limits for homeowners are set at the following levels, excluding 50 percent of Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, and Railroad Retirement Tier 1 benefits:
• $0 to $8,000, maximum $650 rebate (homeowners and renters).
• $8,001 to $15,000, maximum $500 rebate (homeowners and renters).
• $15,001 to $18,000, maximum $300 rebate (homeowners only).
• $18,001 to $35,000, maximum $250 rebate (homeowners only).
Residents are reminded that they need not pay a private entity for assistance in filing the forms. Copies of the forms, as well as assistance with filing them, are available at Representative Jerry Stern's offices at no cost. Applicants should be prepared to provide all the necessary income, property tax or rental information required to process claims quickly and accurately. Applications are due by June 30. For additional information or assistance, contact Representative Stern's  offices in Hollidaysburg at (814) 695-2398 or Tipton at (814) 684-6092, or visit Representative Jerry Stern's  website at

Bellwood-Antis Digital Academy

Choosing a quality cyber school for your child is critical to his or her future. At the Bellwood-Antis School District, we understand that the skills he or she builds during K-12 school years impacts career and college choices, earning power and success in life.

Selecting Bellwood-Antis Digital Academy (BADA) will ensure that your child is prepared for the demands of the real world while providing a quality educational experience in the environment of your choice. BADA is designed to meet the needs of students who are considering enrolling in a cyber school or who are already enrolled in a cyber school, but would prefer a more local, personalized option.
BADA offers a true blended learning environment that allows students to complete coursework in the privacy and comfort of home while still participating in school activities. Students have the option to take a course of interest on-site at Bellwood-Antis during the regular school day or attend the Career and Technology Center. BADA students can also participate in athletic teams, art and gym classes and other “extras.”
For more details on the Bellwood-Antis Digital Academy, please follow the link (here).

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