The next Athletics & Activities Community Forum is scheduled for Monday, April 17, 6:00-7:30pm at Highland Middle School (in the library). All are welcome to attend as these forums are not school specific.
Bellevue School District News
Reports to the Board: Phantom Lake, Title I & LAPRead More
The Donations Policy Review Committee met on March 8, 2017.Read More
The Bellevue School Board presented superintendent finalist Dr. Ivan Duran at two community forums on Friday, March 10, 2017. The board invites you to submit your feedback. Read More
The Bellevue School District is in the process of adopting new curriculum for elementary science. The adoption committee will consider feedback from the community, students and teachers to make a decision about the instructional materials by April 2017. The process will culminate in the recommendation of science instructional materials that will be implemented beginning in the fall of 2017.
Congratulations to Newport’s AP Studio Art students who topped the state’s list for AP qualifying scores according to College Board. Read More
Fourth graders in Maya Aguilera Stevens’ class at Cherry Crest have been celebrating diversity and equity. While learning about their own identity and about classmates’ identity they engage in respectful conversations through varied, creative projects.
How do others view you? If you created a box and the outside had words written about how most people perceive you and inside were words describing how you would view yourself, what would that look like?
Congratulations to Puesta del Sol Elementary, which was selected as an award winner in the 2016 School of the Year competition by the Education Office of the Embassy of Spain.
Congratulations to Newport and Interlake debate students who will be representing the Puget Sound District at the National Tournament in June in Birmingham, Alabama. Read More
Congratulations to the Newport students who placed at the Central Sound Science & Engineering Fair on March 11 at Bellevue College. Read More
A place to gather, celebrate successes, empower one another, reflect, encourage, invigorate and collaborate describe the atmosphere and happenings at Phantom Lake’s bi-yearly data release days. Fittingly, the theme for Phantom Lake’s most recent data release days was Parisian café, tying into the history of the places for conversation and networking.
Congratulations to Anushri Rao, an eighth grader at Tillicum Middle School, who won bronze in U-15 singles and gold in U-15 mixed doubles at the SBC Junior Open Tournament in January. Read More