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Community Bank Involvement

Belmont Savings Bank is committed to serving the communities in which we live, work and do business. We feel strongly about establishing partnerships with organizations, businesses, and individuals within our communities. Our philosophy of local community involvement is demonstrated at the corporate level and further expressed in the time and energy our colleagues devote each year to numerous events we attend.

Local Rewards Program

Belmont Savings Bank is committed to the communities we serve. That is why we are proud to offer Belmont Savings Local Rewards Program. This program gives you on-the-spot savings while helping generate business with local vendors. The difference between our debit card program and others is that we offer instant and local savings. Just present your Belmont Savings Debit Card for payment and receive immediate discounts at selected local retailers, restaurants and businesses. No waiting for the cash back to arrive in the mail. No complicated points program. Proudly use your Belmont Savings debit card and immediately see the return.

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We are so dedicated to our community, we have created checking accounts that support our community and our schools:

Local Community Events

Parent Series Lecture

The Parent Series lectures is a series of lectures targeted to parents of middle school and high school students. Presented by the Belmont After School Enrichment Collaborative (BASEC) and sponsored by Belmont Savings Bank Foundation, these lectures will offer parents information on topics such as college, conflicts and anxiety. 

 


Embrace and Let Go – Understanding Digital Dependency
Joni Siani, Media and Communication Scholar, Author/Filmmaker “Celling Your Soul: No App for Life.

Chenery Middle School Auditorium
Monday, January 11, 2016
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

In less then a decade, we have totally changed the way we interact with one another, but have we stopped to ask, “how are these changes, changing us?” Understand the truth about digital socialization. Research shows increases in stress, anxiety, depression along with a decline in empathy, GPAs and social skills. No App For Life offers an empowering workshop for students and families to address the digital drama, obsessive use of technology, the addictive nature of our technology and excessive media consumption in a fascinating and compassionate approach along with proven strategies. This is an honest and elevating conversation that we’ve all been waiting to have!


Social Success for Tweens and Teens; Understanding and Supporting Social Development in the Middle School Years
Peter Rosenmeier, LICSW, Clinical Director, The Gifford School

Burbank Elementary School, Belmont
Monday, February 8, 2016 (RESCHEDULED: Tuesday, June 7, 2016)
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

The Middle School years initiate massive changes in social development for our kids. Successfully navigating this turbulent phase presents us with both opportunities and challenges. Drawing on current research into the developing adolescent brain, best practices in social work and psychology, and more than 30 years’ experiences working with adolescents and their families, Peter Rosenmeier will help us unravel some of the mysteries of middle schoolers’ emerging social selves. We will be sure to make time for discussion about practical solutions to real-life dilemmas.


 Transform Difficult Behavior / Ignite Your Child’s Inherent Greatness
Sam Healy, LICSW

Chenery Middle School Auditorium
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
6:30PM – 8:00 PM

The Nurtured Heart Approach™ (NHA) is a internationally acclaimed method created by bestselling author Howard Glasser. This is a strengths based positive discipline approach in which children are intrinsically motivated both pro-socially and academically. Sam Healy has been working with youth and families for over 25 years, and is currently consulting for Cambridge, Boston and Lawrence Public Schools, as well as Wheelock and Lesley Schools of Education on this transformative approach.


It’s a boy! Understanding your Son’s Development
Michael G. Thompson Ph.D., www.michaelthompson-phd.com

Chenery Middle School Auditorium
Monday, April 11, 2016
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Parents of boys often find themselves bewildered or frustrated by certain aspects of boy
development: their little-boy anger, their inattentiveness in elementary school, their lack of
motivation in middle school or their reluctance to talk to their parents during the high school years. In this funny and reassuring talk, Dr. Thompson addresses the greatest worries that parents of boys have from infancy through high school, distinguishing between what is normal boy development and those behaviors that are worrisome.


Introduction to Executive Function: Impact in the Classroom and at Home
Kalyani Krishnan, Licensed School Psychologist, Language and Learning Specialist

Chenery Middle School Auditorium
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
6:30 PM – 8:00PM

In this presentation, Kalyani Krishnan provides comprehensive information for parents and
educators, including definitions and descriptions of executive function processes, how these processes influence success in school and at home, and research-based, tried and true strategies for helping students with executive function weaknesses. Ms. Krishnan is Assistant Director of Assessment at the Institute for Learning and Development, Lexington, MA, Doctoral Student in School Psychology, Northeastern University. Time will be set aside for questions and answers.

 

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