Marcel Quinones
MathCon Finalist
One of our middle school scholars travelled to Chicago this weekend to compete as a finalist in MathCon, a national math competition that all BelovEd middle schoolers enter each year. This year, Marcel Quinones was the only scholar in our school to level as a finalist and earn the right to travel to Chicago to compete in the last round. Over 25,000 scholars took the test nationally, and 616 finalists were invited to finals. Marcel received an honorable mention for the 8th grade! We are so proud of him and how well he represented our community!
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8th Grade Academic Leaders Announced
BelovED is pleased to announce that Jeremie Cabrera has been named the Valedictorian for the 8th grade class of 2021. Jeremie has earned this academic title of success by maintaining the highest ranking amount the graduating class for this academic year.
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Diversity Week at BelovED
In the first week of June at BelovED, we celebrated our first ever Diversity Week! Jersey City is known across the country for its diversity and our scholars and staff are a great representation of that reputation. To celebrate Diversity Week, we took to our social media pages to share all of the wonderful people and cultures represented in our community. On Friday, June 4, we had a Diversity Dress Down Day and invited all of our community members to wear clothing that represented their diversity.
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Anti-Bullying Policy

BelovED Community Charter School has Zero Tolerance for Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying (HIB).  Our anti-bullying policy is online along with our first Grade Report.  We will continue to review and revise our policies and procedures to maintain a safe and nurturing environment for our scholars. To report an incident of HIB, please complete this form and contact our Anti-Bullying Coordinator, Michael Long, via email at [email protected] or via phone at (201) 630-4700 ext. 2015.