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Big Picture Clubs 2023-24

Have a proposal for a club? Here is the BP Club Proposal Form.

ASB Constitution

Please contact a Club Advisor with any questions using email links below.

Club Middle / High School Advisor(s) Meeting Time and Location To Join the Club – attend a meeting or contact the advisor below
Dungeons & Dragons Club Middle School Kelly Clark Monday 3:40 PM, Great Room [email protected]
Art/Digital Media Club Middle & High  Trina Cooper Monday 3:40 PM, Room 121 [email protected]
Indie Game Club Middle School Jenelle Wyler Thursday 3:40-4:40 PM, Rm 117 [email protected]
Games Club Middle & High Kelley Hoang Tuesday 3:30-4:30 PM, Cafeteria [email protected]
Jubilee Sports (Registration Required) Middle School Brianna Von Seggern, Jake Punch Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri, 3:40-4:40 PM [email protected], [email protected]
HS Green Team High School Karen Ho & Anna Morin Monday HS Lunch, Rm 213 [email protected]

 

National Honor Society High School Clinton Stellfox Monday HS Lunch, Rm 214 [email protected]
Sports Club High School Clinton Stellfox Monday 3:30-4:30, Rm 214 & north field [email protected]
Newspaper Club High School Anna Morin Tuesday HS Lunch, Rm 308 [email protected]
Readerboard Club High School Ben Gibbons Tuesday HS Lunch, Rm 208 [email protected]
Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) High School Rebecca Davis Tuesday HS lunch, Rm 307 [email protected]
Pre-Med Club High School Rebecca Davis Tuesday 3:30-4 PM, P3 [email protected]
Ramen Robotics High School Hillary MacDonald, Kevin Roberts Mon or Tues and Friday, 3:30-6:30 PM, Library [email protected]

[email protected]

HS SOAR High School Dustin Abrahamson Friday HS Lunch, Room 307 [email protected]
Prom Committee 

 

High School Anne Findlay Friday HS Lunch, Library [email protected]
Music Club High School Kevin Roberts Friday HS Lunch, Rm 211 [email protected]
Multicultural Society High School Suzanne Reeve Friday HS lunch, Rm 207 [email protected]
Book Club High School Anna Morin & Anne Findlay One Monday & one Friday per month, Rm 308 [email protected]
ASB (student government) Middle & High  Suzanne Reeve Tuesday 3:40-4:40 PM, Rm 207 [email protected]

 

national honor society logo

Our chapter of NHS was started to provide high achieving students at Big Picture with recognition for their hard work and an opportunity to be a positive influence in the wider community.

Scholarship

Scholarship is more than a report card; it represents a dedicated commitment to lifelong learning. It’s about optimizing the educational opportunities offered and pursuing knowledge within and beyond academic confines. Scholarship necessitates a consistent effort, with an aspiration to contribute positively to the world through one’s own knowledge, skills, and experiences.

Service

Service represents the choice of stepping outside oneself to meet the needs of others, fueled by an unwavering passion for a cause, heartfelt empathy for others, or driven by personal circumstances. It’s about performing selfless acts that transcend the ordinary, engendering transformative changes that resonate through our schools, ripple across our communities, and reverberate on a global scale. In the noble act of service, we sculpt a better world with our hands, our hearts, and our humanity.

Leadership

Leadership is more than a position or title; it means embodying the spirit of initiative, innovation, and influence. It’s about inspiring peers through actions, nurturing a collaborative environment, and championing positive change. Student leaders embrace the responsibility of shaping their academic community, all while fostering personal growth and development. It’s an interplay of intellect, empathy, and resilience, guiding others while continually learning and evolving.

Character

Character is the essence of who we are. It is about valuing diversity, building relationships grounded in empathy, and exhibiting qualities like perseverance, respect, integrity, and honesty. Character lies not in public acts of virtue or visible mistakes, but in the consistent commitment to ethical and compassionate decision-making that positively affects both oneself and others.

By reinforcing positive behavior, we will ensure all learners have equitable access to educational opportunities.



These are our expectations for building Positive Relationships, OWnership of Learning and Leadership at Bellevue Big Picture School.

Join the Panther to PROWL at Big Picture! Classrooms Walkways & Passing Time Cafeteria & Lunch Office PMU Bathrooms Locker Rooms After School
Positive Relationships
Treat each other well.
Use positive and supportive language (be kind)

Actively listen

Practice kindness by looking our for others

Respect other’s personal space

Respect other’s belongings

Be inclusive and welcome others Use respectful language

Enter the office quietly

Participate, stay engaged, and encourage others

Help build a positive community

Encourage others to be efficient and return to class quickly Respect peer’s personal space and privacy

Respect everyone’s belongings

Leave campus without disrupting others

Stay on campus only for tutorial or clubs

Ownership of Learning
Self-management and making good choices.
Advocate for yourself

Manage class time wisely

Use appropriate volume

Walk between classes

Wait calmly in your spot in line and use appropriate voice volume

Lunch first, then activities

Stay in supervised areas on the campus

Office business only

The best time for office errands is before school, after school or at lunch

Listen and respect speakers

Inspired by a speaker? Apply it in your life!

Return to class ready to participate Use your locker and remember your combination

Dress down and be ready in 5 minutes or less

Enter tutorial calmly and ready to learn

Leave campus promptly (within 5 minutes)

Leadership
Doing what’s right to take care of physical space around you and your school community – no matter who is or isn’t watching!
Use tools, materials and workspace in a safe and responsible manner

Use digital devices responsibly at appropriate times

Play sports/be active in a responsible manner

Leave it cleaner than you found it

Clean your table and throw out all garbage Set an example by bring polite, quiet and respectful Electronics off and away

Help set up and put away chairs

Leave it cleaner than you found it

Always flush toilets and wash hands

Take care of equipment

Wash clothes weekly

Show your BP pride and keep our campus clean as you leave

High School Sports

High school students may play sports on teams for their home schools. Students are responsible to ensure that they satisfy academic and physical requirements for sports eligibility, and to provide transportation to and from practices and games. Visit the High School Athletics website for information about registering for High School Sports.


Middle School Sports

Jubilee REACH

Jubilee REACH sport offering by season and open registration dates are located on the Jubilee REACH Middle School site.

  • Due to a high level of student interest in middle school athletics, all Jubilee REACH Sports and Activities will perform registration through a Microsoft Form to gauge student interest.
    • This form is only accessible through your students BSD email account.
      • Parents: You are not able to register on your student’s behalf. It can only be done through your student’s BSD Outlook account.
    • Jubilee coordinators then load all selected participants into the FinalForms roster for that sport.
    • Important Note: While middle school sports will show as visible in FinalForms, registration for them takes place via Microsoft Forms.
  • Students: Please express your interest in sport participation through this Microsoft Form, when the registration period opens.
    • Athlete selection is by lottery when interest exceeds the maximum number of team participants.
  • If you have any questions about Jubilee REACH Sports/Activities, please reach out to your school’s Site-Coach:

Note: Offerings are based on student interest and therefore may vary by school. Please contact the individual school (contact info below) for details. 

Organizer Sport 2023-24 Session Dates
Jubilee REACH Coed Cross-Country Sept. 18 – Oct. 27
Jubilee REACH Girls Basketball Sept. 18 – Nov. 3
Jubilee REACH Boys Soccer Sept. 18 – Nov. 3
Jubilee REACHw/First Tee Girls Golf Sept. 18 – Oct 27

Note: Offerings are based on student interest and therefore may vary by school. Please contact the individual school (contact info below) for details. 

 

Organizer Sport 2023-24 Session Dates
Middle Schools Coed Badminton Nov. 13 – Jan. 26
Jubilee REACH Clubs/Interest Groups Nov. 13 – Jan. 26

Note: Offerings are based on student interest and therefore may vary by school. Please contact the individual school (contact info below) for details. 

 

Organizer Sport 2024 Session Dates
Middle School Coed Volleyball Feb. 5 – Mar. 28
Middle School  Softball (In Planning) Feb. 5 – Mar. 28
Jubilee REACH Coed Flag Football  Feb. 5 – Apr. 5

Note: Offerings are based on student interest and therefore may vary by school. Please contact the individual school (contact info below) for details. 

Organizer Sport 2024 Session Dates
Middle School Girls Tennis (In Planning) April 15-May 31
Jubilee REACH Boys Basketball April 15-May 31
Jubilee REACH Girls Soccer April 15-May 31
Jubilee REACH w/ First Tee Girls Golf April 15-May 31

Track and Field may be offered by some Middle Schools depending on field availability.


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.