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Bell Walk is October 27, 2016

The Social Emotional Learning Committee would like to invite the Bell community to a viewing of the documentary

​"Screenagers: Growing Up in a Digital Age" 

followed by a group discussion about guiding our children in the use of social media. Bell will be hosting several parent speaker nights this year with topics related to the social and emotional health of our children.  We will be sharing the calendar of events and topics with parents at this event as well as on the school website, and we look forward to seeing everyone at these informative sessions. For more information about "Screenagers", please click on the link below.
To purchase tickets to one of the viewings, click here.​

2016-2017 School Fee Payments are now being accepted.
If you would like to pay your school fees electronically, visit the 
Bell School E-Pay Website to get started!

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Alexander Graham Bell School is a Chicago Public School. It serves approximately 1,000 students from pre-school through 8th grade. School Tours are scheduled throughout the year, click here for more information and to sign up for a tour.

Bell has three programs: Regional Gifted Center, Neighborhood, and Deaf/Hard of Hearing. Bell’s mission is to teach all of its students the foundational academic and social skills they need to achieve their highest ambitions; help all of its students learn to be respectful, thoughtful, and well-balanced; and challenge all of its students to excel as engaged citizens of the world.
Bell School values the professionalism and dedication of the faculty and staff; the participation of parents; transparency, creativity, and collaboration in decision-making; mindful communication; its unique community of learners; and the support of outside partners.
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