Belleville East High School
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Parent Portal to the Online Grade System
(You will have to select the Parents tab on the Login Box.)


Effective with the 2009-2010 school year, District 201 has a new student management system. This system contains a newParent/Student Portal. The new portal will allow you to view various aspects of your student's records, including grades and attendance information. In addition, all student members of a family will be visible through a single login account.   


In order to use the portal, we must have your e-mail address on file in the class office. The Parent/Student Portal User Request Form was distributed at registration. If you did not receive the form, it is available here for you to complete and return to the administrative/principal's office. 


Your username will be your e-mail address. Your password will be e-mailed to you as soon as the class office processes your form. If you lost your password, you may click the "Forgot your password?" link and a new password will be e-mailed to you.


Guests for BTHS East Events 

A student requesting to bring a friend that is not a BTHS East student must have the Guest Form completed before a ticket can be release.  See our Guest Form for details.


General Use Forms:

Occasionally military and college recruiters are allowed access to certain student information. If you wish to have your child's information withheld, please complete the Military Access Form and return to the Principal's Office.


Tips for Parents of Grieving Teens:

Helping Teenagers Cope with Grief

Parent Guide to Grief and Loss


Drugs & Alcohol Resources and Treatment Information 

Below are links regarding information on drugs and alcohol.  There are checklists, tips, what to look for, and information on the drug itself.  We have also provided the hotline numbers to contact if your child is involved with any type of substance abuse.


What's a Parent To Do?



Click on the links below for more parent resources.

Acts of Disobedience & Misconduct Student Handbook  Free and Reduced Meals
Teen Dating Violence Latter & Policy    

Freshman and New Student Registration

To register you must print and fill out the following forms and bring them to the East Campus: (Forms are available at the East Campus Office, 618.222.3744.)


New Student Registration Information


Call for information and appointment
East Campus Office - 618-222-3744

When parent/guardian registers a student, the parent/guardian will need a photo

ID and need to supply the following information:

Step 1: Proof of Parent of Guardian Relationship
Person registering student must prove parental or guardian relationship by showing:

    * Certified Birth Certificate of student
    * Driver's License or Other Acceptable Photo ID of parent/guardian
    * Proof of Guardianship (if applicable)
    * Court Order, Agreement, Judgment or Divorce Decree that awards
      custody of the child to any person (if one exists)

Step 2: Proof of Residency
Person registering student must show 3 of the following proofs of Residency, at least 2 of which must be from Category A.

Category A

    * Current Utility Bill (gas, sewer, water, or electric)
    * Occupancy Permit
    * Lease:

Landlord Name ____________________________

Landlord Phone ____________________________

    * Home Ownership Title or Deed
    * Homeowner or Renter Insurance Bill
    * Current Real Estate Tax Bill

Category B

    * Current paycheck stub with address in District
    * Documentation of TANF or Approval Letter from Nutrition Program and Support Services
    * Driver's License with address in District

Any person who knowingly or willfully presents to the district any false information regarding the residency of a student for the purpose of enrolling that student to attend school in the district, or who knowingly enrolls a student who is not a resident of the district, shall be guilty of a Class C misdemeanor, punishable by up to 30 days incarceration in the St. Clair Jail ILCS 5/5-8-3 and/or a fine up to $1500.00 730 ILCS 5/5-9-1. In addition any nonresident student will be charged tuition for each day of enrollment in accordance with Section 10-20.12a, of the Illinois School Code.

Step 3: Physical Exam and Immunization Records.

Illinois law requires that students are to have a physical examination and immunization record on file within 30 days after enrollment.

Step 4: Copies of School Records.

While we will send for the official copy of a student's records after he/she enrolls, it is helpful for students to have copies of their records when they select courses during the registration conferences. Each special education student should have a copy of his/her I.E.P.

Step 5: ISBE Student Transfer Form

This form will be required at the time of registration if the student is transferring from an Illinois public school.

At registration each student will complete the following items:

    * District 201 Enrollment Information Form and Card
    * Selection of Courses: A guidance counselor will assist in the process.

Information and materials provided to new students when they register:

    * Curriculum Guide
    * Locker Assignment
    * Bus Information
    * Lunch Information
    * I. D. Card
    * A Schedule of Classes
    * Student Discipline Policy
    * Student/Parent Handbook

Appeal Procedures:
In the event that the district denies enrollment, the parent/legal guardian may appeal the decision to the Principal. If the parent/legal guardian is not satisfied with the Principal's decision, he/she may appeal to the Assistant Superintendent or Superintendent's decision, he/she may appeal at the next regularly scheduled board meeting. While this question is being decided the student may not enroll in the school. As a part of the investigation process, the district may require the parent/legal guardian of the student to produce additional proofs of legal residence. If the decision by the Board of Education is that the student does not reside within the district, admission is denied.


Free/Reduced Lunches

Through the Illinois State Board of Education, Belleville East High School participates in the National School Lunch Program. A student's eligibility for free and reduced-price food services shall be determined by the income eligibility guidelines, family-size income standards, set annually by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and distributed by the Illinois State Board of Education.

Any student or family wishing to apply for these nutritional benefits, free or reduced lunches, please contact Susan Gillott, Assistant Principal, 222-3772.

The application must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian of the student.

The student will be issued a Lunch Card. Temporary lunch cards are not granted. It is the student's responsibility to bring his/her Lunch Card to school every day. A $2 fee will be assessed for the replacement of a Lunch Card.

Any student who is deemed ineligible will be notified in the mail of the denial of the application for free and reduced-price services and this notification will include the reason for the denial. A family may appeal the school's decision to deny an application. For information on the appeal process call Mrs. Stephanie Posey, Principal, 222-3706.


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