Permit pending, this summer the district plans on installing all-weather synthetic turf fields at five elementary schools for student and community use. These new fields, located at Enatai, Medina, Phantom Lake, Lake Hills and Somerset elementary schools, will use polyurethane coated rubber infill to eliminate player exposure to rubber. The polyurethane coat encapsulates the rubber and prevents the emission of any toxins, which has been the primary concern raised by Bellevue parents and community members.
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For information on the rental of classrooms, commons areas, cafeterias, gyms and all other areas of the schools not identified below, visit our Building Use page or call (425) 456-4500.
Performing Arts Centers
For information on the rental of high school theaters, visit our Performing Arts Centers page or call (425) 456-4581
For rental of baseball, softball and multi-use fields, visit our Field Rental page.
For public use of high school stadiums, contact the school of interest and speak with the Athletic Director.
Small Works Roster
R.C.W. 28a.335.190, commonly known as the Public School Bid Law, provides that school districts establish a Small Works Roster of qualified contractors who wish to receive bidding information and be considered for performing work on public works projects estimated to cost less than $200,000.
The end of the school year is anything but typical at Bennett this year – at the farewell celebration for the 46-year-old building, community members will gather to reminisce about the school’s history, celebrate the present with one more recess and a kids vs. adults kickball game, and look to the future and the new school building that will be built over the upcoming year.
Crews are working hard to finish our new schools.Read More
The Odle project has been working towards getting the entire building enclosed. The Enatai project team is working feverishly to erect the structural steel portions of the building.Read More
The newly renovated campus was formerly home to Newport Heights Elementary and features enhanced classrooms along with other spaces that support collaborative learning.Read More
Sammamish students began the year in the new, three story academic space. Odle’s second year of construction is well underway. Enatai’s new foundation is being set.Read More
The school, which has not yet been named, will be approximately 82,000 square feet, and will draw students from around the downtown and Wilburton areas, relieving overcrowding at Enatai, Woodridge, and Clyde Hill.Read More
The school is scheduled to be torn down and rebuilt during the 2016-17 school year.Read More