Beloit You Came Through For Your Kids - You Came Through For Your Community

For those still interested to know
we offer the following.

All the way to the last we are dedicated to trying to help inform our community on the facts of the proposed school referendum.

Indeed, it is a LOT to consider so it is absolutely understandable that there would be many questions.

While we can all form different or even opposing conclusions given the same facts and information there remains much expressed misunderstanding around many of the facts of the matter.



We’re simply a group of community members joined together volunteering to help provide information for Beloit community residents on matters concerning the school district.

We feel that if the public has the fullest possible information available on the numerous benefits the proposed plans will bring to our children and our community that there will be overwhelming support.

We’re working to add as much information as we can for you to make an informed decision. We’ll be updating the site with additional information as we’re able to share with you.

We encourage you to explore the information provided so far and join us as we IMAGINE BELOIT!
Thank you.


  • A Change of Plans

    A new change has been made to the plans for the new Intermediate School on the East Side of Beloit. Due to an inability to make an offer with the property owners by the Milwaukee Road site acrost from Morgan […]

  • Any Questions?

    There are many projects under way in Beloit. From changes to schooling, to new businesses and events, to new projects, the Beloit community is active and moving forward. At some degree, it may be too much for those living in […]

  • Schools look to expand Andrews Academy

    Posted: Thursday, June 28, 2012 4:00 pm By Hillary Gavan hgavan@beloitdailynews.com The Roy Chapman Andrews Academy started five years ago in 2007-2008, and the school district is working to expand the program to make it more cost effective. The district […]

  • Aldrich summer school teaches Google Docs

See also the Beloit School District Page for information on the referendum