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Bellevue School District News
Curriculum Nights provide current families an opportunity to visit their child’s school and learn about the upcoming school year. Educators will provide an overview of the district curriculum, as well as different course options. Some schools provide an opportunity to meet teachers and visit classrooms.
Dr. Ivan Duran joined the Bellevue School District as Superintendent in July 2017. The following entry plan outlines Dr. Duran’s goals and objectives for his first 90 days in the district.
The Preliminary 2017-18 District F-195 Budget is now available. The Bellevue School Board will meet on August 8, 2017 at 4:00 pm in the WISC Rainier Room (12241 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98005) to hear a presentation about the budget.
Policy 1400 (Meeting Conduct, Order of Business, Quorum and Public Comment) has proposed changes that require a second reading by the Bellevue School District School Board at the July 18, 2017 meeting. Read More
Policy 2151 (Interscholastic Activities) has proposed changes that require a second reading by the Bellevue School District School Board at the July 18, 2017 meeting. Read More
We are pleased to announce that the district’s newest elementary school, most recently referred to as Elementary 18, was officially named at the July 18 school board meeting. Wilburton Elementary, named after the Bellevue community it resides in, is currently under construction and will open fall 2018.
The staff and families at Stevenson Elementary are wrapping up their last year in the original Stevenson building and are preparing to move to Bellewood next year while their home school is torn down and rebuilt.
Highland Middle School is in the planning and design phase for its new building with the project scheduled to begin in the summer of 2018.
Since 2002 the district has completed rebuilding 18 schools, with Enatai Elementary and Odle Middle School most recently unveiled in the fall of 2016.
“Sammamish Leads is a really good experience because it lets us work on industry projects, some of them that are going on right at our school,” said Holly Patel, a senior who participated in Leads the past four summers. “It makes problems that seem really difficult at first more approachable.”
“It’s the joy of making beautiful things.” That’s how Bellevue High Band Co-Director Will Harvey described the experience of teaching students – some of whom have no previous musical training – to make music together in the steel drum ensemble and guitar ensemble classes.Read More
This year fourth graders at Newport Heights were introduced to littleBits, which are modular electronics that snap together with magnets. They are easy to use and allow students to create unique inventions. The curriculum closely aligns with fourth grade science curriculum, making it a natural fit for all fourth graders.Read More
This summer will mark the homestretch of the Bennett Elementary rebuild project.