School Board Community Forums
You’re Invited: Bellevue School Board Listening Session. The Bellevue School Board invites students and families to hear your thoughts on issues of importance to you. Information gathered will help inform future board work. Each board member will host a table where participants can meet and discuss in an informal setting. Visit our Bellevue School Board Listening Session page for more information.
Please check back for more information about community forums in the 2018-19 school year.
The School Board hosts community forums throughout the school year as an opportunity for community members to engage in direct conversation. Forums connect community members with the Board Directors to further understand what the School Board does, and to share thoughts on how we can work together to create a school district that ensures all students are prepared to succeed in college, career, and life.
Forums are open to students, families, and community members. It is important that all voices are heard. Please join us to share your thoughts, exchange ideas, listen and learn.
Summary of the 2017-18 Board Community Forum SessionsRead the Summary Notes
March 2018 Forum
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.Read About the March 2018 Forum
January 2018 Forum
“This is a good opportunity to listen to other peoples’ experiences and to share a little bit about mine,” said Interlake junior Jesus Antonio Gutierrez-Paniagua, who does a lot of advocacy work at his school. “I came to get questions answered and to get insight as to what the process is for getting things done.”Read About the Jan. 2018 Forum