Kindergartners at Woodridge have been learning computer science and coding over the last few weeks. The students have participated in computer science stations to learn concepts like algorithms, sequencing, loops, and debugging. A team from Microsoft visited the school to see what the students are learning.Read More
We recognize that some students want to accelerate within the Bellevue School District math pathway. Students choosing to accelerate their math sequence in an effort to access higher levels of math prior to high school graduation have the following options.Read More
Each year 5th grade classroom teachers instruct students on the topics of Family, Life and Sexual Health (FLASH) and HIV/AIDS. This year the Bellevue School District will hold two District Family Information Sessions to inform parents/guardians of their child’s upcoming health unit in fifth grade.Read More
Senator Lisa Wellman and the Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee visited Sammamish High School on Oct. 30 to see high quality teaching and learning in action and how it is supported by technology.Read More
Did you know the Bellevue School District has a Teaching and Learning Department? The Teaching and Learning Department is comprised of administrators and teacher leaders who support learning across the Bellevue School District to promote high quality instruction, student well-being, and exceptional staff.Read More
We are seeking parent representatives for the Biology Instructional Materials Adoption Committee. If you are interested in applying to serve as a parent representative on this committee, please visit the Biology Curriculum Adoption page for more information.
Applications must be received by June 14, 2018.
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
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.