Middle school and high school students will use StudentVUE to request courses for the 2018-19 school year. Students will receive more information about course offerings and how to use StudentVUE during counselor-led presentations between late February and early April. Parents and guardians will be able to use ParentVUE to view and monitor their student’s course requests for next year.
As we head into our mid-winter break, I want to thank all of you for your on-going support and trust in the Bellevue School District. Your approval of the three local levies will ensure that all Bellevue students receive an education that prepares them for success in college, career, and life.
The course catalog provides information about all courses offered at our middle schools and high schools. We hope this guide helps answer all of your questions as you decide which courses to request for next year. Read More
The Bellevue School District and School Board of Directors is pleased to welcome Sima Sarrafan to the position of School Board Director for District 1.
The Donation Policy Review Committee (Phase II) met on January 17, 3018.Read More
Early and Extended Learning Registration enrollment for the 2018-19 school year begins on Friday, February 9, 2018 for students who are currently enrolled, and on Monday, February 12, 2018 for new families.Read More
An important part of our district’s mission is to make sure that our students are prepared to find success in college, career, and life. I am a strong advocate of this mission and firmly believe that all our students deserve the support, respect, and dignity in their educational experience today that directly correlate to success tomorrow.
More than 40 students, staff, families, and community members joined the board for their second community forum on the evening of Jan. 16. Among the issues discussed were concerns over ensuring that school environments are safe, welcoming, and supportive of all students; a desire for staff that reflect the diversity of our student body; the need for clarity around several district processes; and the benefit of finding more ways to engage students in the decision-making process.
Bellevue School District policies and procedures governing outside learning credits (2410P and 2410P Exhibit A) have been revised. The revised procedure takes effect on January 30 for any Outside Learning credits. Students in the Class of 2018 are exempt from the revised policy and will continue to follow the directions on the previous procedure.
Reports to the Board: Newport High School; Reading and Writing (ELA); Student Satisfaction SurveyRead More