The next Athletics & Activities Community Forum is scheduled for Thursday, May 18, 6:00-7:30pm at Bellevue High School (in the library). All are welcome to attend as these forums are not school specific.
Bellevue School District News
The Bellevue School District’s Instructional Material Committee approved the adoption of MindUP as the Bellevue School District’s middle school social emotional learning curriculum on April 20, 2017. Pending School Board approval at the May 2, 2017 board meeting, the implementation of the curriculum will begin in the 2017-18 school year.
The installation of new turf fields at Lake Hills, Medina, Phantom Lake and Somerset has taken longer than expected. We appreciate the community’s patience and understanding throughout this project.
Parent representatives are needed for the Special Education Direct Instruction Reading Committee and the Life Skills Curriculum Committee.Read More
The Donations Policy Review Committee met on April 5, 2017.Read More
Reports to the Board: Cherry Crest; Early Learning ProgramRead More
Early in the morning the Lake Hills Jaguars are roaring with excitement as they wait in anticipation of the ClapOut, a new schoolwide tradition that began this year.
The Clyde Hill gym was abuzz with students and their families at the school’s annual Science Fair and STEM night this spring.
Sammamish High School is excited to present Shrek: The Musical, its first large-scale show that will be back at Sammamish after five years of planning and construction moved productions to Newport, International, and Interlake school stages.
As you near the woodshop at Interlake High School the muted bass of the shop’s sound system is the first clue that students are hard at work. Open the door and you are greeted with a blast of music and flying sawdust.
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?
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.
Building confidence. Being successful in class. Leadership. Organization. These things are just some of what AVID has meant to Highland eighth grader Hector Montalvan Navarro, a second year AVID student.Read More