Today marks the last day of classes for our students until 2018 and I am very grateful for the support and work that our teachers, staff, leaders and community have provided to our students over the first part of the school year. Read More
Bellevue School District News
Three levies will be on the February 13, 2018 ballot: Educational & Operations Levy, Technology & Capital Projects Levy, and School Bus Levy. Passing these levies will allow us to maintain the high quality programs and services our students currently receive.Read More
Are you interested in making a positive impact on our schools? Have you considered joining the school board? School Board Member Steve McConnell announced his resignation in November and the Bellevue School Board is now looking to fill the vacancy for Director District 1.Read More
Reports to the Board: Organizational Health; Growth and PlanningRead More
We need your input! Come and share your ideas on how our schools can further create a more positive climate and culture, free from harassment, intimidation and bullying. Childcare, interpreters, and food will be provided.
Mark your calendar! An Athletics & Activities Community Forum is scheduled for Thursday, January 11, 6:00-7:30pm at Sammamish High School. All are welcome to attend as these forums are not school specific.
“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.
At Jing Mei Elementary instruction is delivered in thematic units, connecting the various subjects of study like English, Chinese, math, science, social studies, and art.Read More
This spring Bellevue School District hosted the first annual SHOUT Experience at Bellevue College and nearly 400 students attended.
“It’s a ripple effect, if you help one student it positively impacts others as well,” International School Principal Jen Rose said about supporting the mental health of students.
This year Bellevue School District’s award-winning Spanish immersion program, which begins at Puesta del Sol, marks its 30th anniversary.
The Ardmore Elementary community gathered for an evening of learning during the school’s annual Parent University mini conference.