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Highlights

Director of Facilities & Operations Jack McLeod presented Change Order No. 9 for Sammamish High School in the additive amount of $640,667 to accommodate changes and additions to traffic control, entrance and grand staircase features, sports facilities, as well as irrigation and electrical features. The board approved the change order.

Executive Director of Special Education Heather Edlund presented a Special Education update on student progress in the areas of academic success, college & career readiness, and positive & productive life in a Least Restrictive Environment.

Instructional Technology Curriculum Developer Patty Shelton, Supervisor of K-12 Counseling Deborah Kraft, and Executive Director of Curriculum & Instruction Sharon Kautz provided a written student community service report to the board.

Director of Instructional Technology Eric Ferguson, Technology Integration Developer Keith Onstot, and K-5 Information Literacy Developer Elizabeth Roberts presented a report on instructional and information literacy technology to the board.

Visual and performing arts curriculum developers Jessica Holloway and Mark Wilbert presented a visual and performing arts report to the board. Current areas of focus include: providing professional development for visual arts staff and ensuring courses are culturally relevant, responsive, and engaging.

The board conducted a first reading of Policy 3120: Enrollment-Resident Student and a first reading of Policy 3141: Enrollment-Nonresident Student. Executive Director of Schools John Harrison and Supervisor of Student Placement Dorothy Caravias provided context for changes to the policies.

Deputy Superintendent of Finance & Operations Melissa deVita presented a report on district growth and planning.

The board discussed their schedules for attending upcoming high school graduation ceremonies.

The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.