Bellevue Public Schools

Address: 1600 Highway 370
Bellevue, NE 68005
Phone: (402) 293-4000 Website:


"Whether you are a student, parent, neighbor, professional or just moving into the district, our website has something to offer you. It is a reflection of Bellevue Public Schools – a district that champions children. We believe that our children are our greatest gift and we take our job very seriously. At Bellevue Public Schools, we not only teach our children, we also nurture them and help them achieve more than they ever thought possible. The goal of the Bellevue Public Schools is to provide the most effective and efficient education program possible to meet the needs of all of our students. In addition to the regular school day program, the school district offers alternative programs. These programs:
Offer innovative, flexible programs
Provide a structured learning environment
Provide certified, experienced staff
Offer smaller class sizes
Provide counseling and support services to address social, emotional, and behavioral problems
Incorporate the principles of the ""Boys Town Training Model""
Separate at-risk students from other students
CHAP Center – CHAP Center is an educational program for students in grades K-12. The program implements the curriculum and educational standards adopted by the Bellevue Public Schools and provides educational and behavioral support services as identified in the student's educational plan.
The goal of the CHAP Center is to provide students with the appropriate services that will help them succeed and move back to their home school. When a student enrolls in the CHAP Center, a reintegration plan is developed and becomes an integral part of their educational plan. For More Information: (402) 293-4930
Success Center – The Success Center is an off-campus supervised suspension center for students who have been suspended five days or less. Students who choose to attend the Success Center receive full credit for coursework due during their suspension. For More Information: (402) 827-5966"

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