The Interlake Horticulture Program has been gearing up for the Spring Horticulture Sale which is extending their sale dates this year! Read More
Bellevue School District News
Each spring, the state requires that we assess students in core subject areas. Along with students in 12 other states, Washington students in grades 3-8 (plus high school) will participate in the online Smarter Balanced assessments in English Language Arts (ELA) and Math. Students in grades 5, 8 and 11 will also take the Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS) test. Read More
This report contains key learnings including highlights and opportunities for growth. The information herein will help guide the development of our strategic plan for the next five years.Read More
We recognize that some students want to accelerate within the Bellevue School District math pathway. This option for math acceleration, beyond a student’s current middle school grade level, is available in a summer math course or through an outside learning experience with prior approval.Read More
Following the March 20 school board meeting, Bellevue community members, students, parents and staff joined together to address important topics such as racial equity, mental health, student voice, start times, and the length of lunch periods. The group of more than 50 people, converged at the school board’s third community forum.
Congratulations to Bellevue Wolverines student athlete Isaiah Ifanse who was recently named Washington’s 2017-18 Gatorade Football Player of the Year.
Congratulations to Spiritridge Elementary third grade teacher Ai-my Dinh who was honored as a 2017 Symetra Hero in the Classroom, during a surprise presentation at her school on Dec. 8. Read More
Thank you to all who attended the Bennett Elementary School Grand Opening on Nov. 16! The community celebrated the unveiling of the new school building with a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house including self-guided and student led tours. 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.”