The Bellville Way

The Bellville Way is a reflection of the beliefs that drive our behaviors that create the experiences in Bellville ISD and our Bellville Community.  Bellville is often described as a special place to be and as we progress, transform, and grow we want to ensure we never lose who we are and what makes us different from others.  

We began a journey of seeking insight from parents, students, staff, and community. Individuals shared stories and anecdotes about "The Bellville Way".  From our basketball team singing the school song as they rounded the corner on the way home from away games to a parent sharing that they moved to Bellville because of the respect and work ethic our students demonstrated in their summer jobs at HEB, to flags waving, clapping, and cheering as teams take their send-off's around the "square".  

With all of the stories shared, and words used- we’ve narrowed “The Bellville Way” to three things. FAMILY. TRUST. HIGH EXPECTATIONS. These ideas don’t capture all of the intricacies that make Bellville special. But they give us core concepts that are worth holding onto now and in the future. 

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As a FAMILY- we show up for one another. We show up in the stands, we show up for weddings, birthdays, and funerals, we show up with food in hand during pandemics and freezes. 


We extend TRUST- we are trusted with your children and your grandchildren. We are trusted with your tax dollars. We are trusted to provide safety and well-being for those who serve and those we serve. The trust we receive, we also return. Whether our perspectives are the same or different- we trust your intent. Through issues that arise with politics, vaccines, masking, race, and elections- we trust that we can always see one another heart-to-heart, (if not mind-to-mind), to work together in support of our children, schools, and community. 


Our HIGH EXPECTATIONS are not limited to competitive measures of success that can feel intimidating and unsustainable. Our expectations are that we show up and do the right thing in the right way.  This may mean restrictive expectations for clean-shaven faces, clean-cut jeans, and neatly trimmed hair. This may mean use of the terms “Yes sir”, “Yes ma’am”, “Please”, and “Thank-you”. This may mean that we expect to put in the time and effort that it takes to be successful on the court, on the field, in the classroom, or on a stage. It absolutely means that we hold ourselves to standards of class, character, and performance each time we represent Bellville, America. 


It's important for us to hold tight to the things that make us special and unite us as a Bellville Community. As BISD begins to transition from visionary words to impactful actions, it can feel overwhelming. My hope is that no matter what lens or perspective is held, we are each able to feel the embrace that comes with being part of such an incredible community. #TheBellvilleWay.


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