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Main Office

7:00 am - 3:30 pm M-F

425-456-6700

Office Manager, Barb Ghaffari

7:00 am - 3:30 pm M-F

425-456-6702

ghaffarib@bsd405.org

Asst. Principal Secretary, Lauri Moore

7:30 am -3:30 pm, M-F

425-456-6703

moorel@bsd405.org

Attendance Specialist, Liza Manio

7:30 am - 3:30 pm M-F

425-456-6708

maniol@bsd405.org

Registrar, Suzanne Murphy

7:00 am - 3:00 pm M-F

425-456-6707

murphysu@bsd405.org

 

   

Summer Planning Dates

Office Hours

July 1 - July 31, closed

August 3 - August 14, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

August 17 - August 31, 7:00 am - 3:00 pm

cashier open 8 am - 2 pm

 

New Student Registration

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9 am - noon

August 18-27

Please call the main office at 425-456-6700 to schedule an appointment.

 

6th Grade Orientation:  August 20, 9 am - 2pm

Taking Care of Business, all grades: August 21, 8 am - 2pm

School Photos, all grades: August 21, 8 am - 1 pm

First Day of School: September 1

 

Summer Reading - click here for books and assignments

Summer Registration Dates

 

 

 

   

Exploring the Art of Collage

Art students were fortunate to work with local collage artist, Deborah Lawrence, this spring.  Under her guidance students created collages with a social message about issues they care about.  Thank you to Bellevue Schools Foundation and the Tillicum PTSA for supporting this amazing experience!

 

Not Just Another Pretty Face by Katelyn

My collage’s message is that a pretty girl is not just another pretty face, so basically don’t judge a person by their looks. I think this is important because lots of people think beautiful girls or blondes are dumb and are all super girly but that is not true. While making my piece I encountered a couple problems. One was just finding a good background. I finally found a good base color. Another problem was gluing because I would push the paper down hard but it would be kind of wet and rip in some parts. All the bad rips I covered by another piece so it worked out fine. From making this piece I learned that an idea for a collage can be a problem in the world. In the end, my piece is something I’m proud of. 

 

 

Our Last Mistake, by Mikio

            My collage communicates the message that cutting down trees just might be our last mistake. This is important to me because there is not only myself, but billions of others in this world that need our precious oxygen as much as I do. I also want the future generations to be able to live with the basic necessities—no matter how rich or poor they are. This oxygen that we are decreasing more and more every day is one of those necessities.

            One problem that I encountered was figuring out what to do with my background. Ms. Colleen and I went through some magazines and found the big trees, and decided to use those. During this experience, I learned a lot about a collage artist’s life and how to simply make a collage. If I could redo my collage a second time, I would try to find more images in magazines so I have more than one option of what to do.  The thing I am most proud of is how everything fits together neatly when you look at my collage as a whole. 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

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