Bellamy 5th Graders to Be Temporarily Moved to Parsley Due to Mold in Mobile Units
Some Bellamy Elementary School fifth graders will be
temporarily relocated to Parsley Elementary School starting
tomorrow due to mold being found in four mobile units on
Bellamy's campus. Test results came back late Tuesday afternoon
and the district is taking this action as a safety measure. The
mobile units will be shut down until the remediation is
complete, which is expected to take up to 60 days.
Beginning on Wednesday, September 25, 2013, Bellamy students
from the four classes in the designated mobile units will be
temporarily relocated to Parsley which is located at 3518
Masonboro Loop Road. While attending school at Parsley, the
students will remain under Bellamy’s administrative supervision.
Superintendent Dr. Tim Markley said, "Our goal is to make this transition as seamless as possible, with as little interruption to educational services as possible."
There will be Parent Meetings at Bellamy on September 25, 2013 at 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to answer parents' questions and concerns on this matter. Principal Dr. Bennie Bryant, teachers and central office staff will be available to answer questions and help ensure a smooth transition. Parents may also call their child's school if they are unable to attend either meeting. Bellamy's number is (910) 350-2039.
Parsley's number is (910) 790-2355. Mrs. Robin Hamilton is principal.