On Dec. 11 more than 300 students gathered at Bellevue College for Bellevue School District’s fourth annual BOOM (Breaking Out Of the Margins) event.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
Beyond Diversity 1 (BD1) is our compassionate curriculum to build community, launch innovation, and navigate the predictable pitfalls in interracial, multi-cultural conversations about race.Read More
We are creating an equity policy and need your help. What does an equitable school district look like to you and how would it impact you and your student? Let us know! Childcare and interpreters are available.
Several district staff members from our Equity Department facilitated workshops at the 2017 Courageous Conversations Equity Summit in Detroit, Michigan earlier this month. Below is a snapshot of each workshop. Read More
Congratulations to Krischanna Roberson, BSD Supervisor of Equity and Student Success, for being the recipient of The Honorable John W. Buckner Leadership Award at the 2017 National Summit for Courageous Conversations last week in Detroit, Michigan. Read More
This spring Bellevue School District hosted the first annual SHOUT Experience at Bellevue College and nearly 400 students attended.
How do others view you? If you created a box and the outside had words written about how most people perceive you and inside were words describing how you would view yourself, what would that look like?
In mid-December Bellevue School District hosted the second annual BOOM Experience at Bellevue College attended by nearly 300 students. The event was designed for male students that racially identify as African, Black, Latino, Native American or mix of any, who are in grades 7-12 in the Bellevue School District, although all students, no matter their racial background, were welcome to attend.
The Parent Alliance of Black Scholars, also known as PABS, hosted the Inspire 2016: Rites of Passage event on May 20, honoring students graduating to middle school, high school, and college.