February 27, 2021 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Picture day is here, brought to you by your Cherry Crest PTSA and LifeTouch! 

Appointments for individual student and staff pictures are available on two days this year:  Saturday February 27th and Wednesday March 3rd from 9am-4pm .  Picture retakes will be offered in April.  Because of current safety requirements, there will be no class pictures this year; there will be a yearbook  published.

Please read below for instructions on signing up for a picture time slot, registering for picture day with Lifetouch and COVID safety protocols. If you’d prefer to not attend picture day, you can take a picture at home.  To learn more, please check out: https://lifetouch.com/picture-day-snaps-at-home/.

Signing Up: To select a time slot, please click here: Please select 1 day/time that works best for you and your student.  Pictures will take place outside under the cover of the basketball court.  Access inside the school will not be permitted.

Register: Picture day will be paperless! Go to mylifetouch.com using your picture day ID: EVTZQF3Z3.  When you arrive at your scheduled time for Picture Day, you’ll just tell the photographer the student’s name and grade.  Please register by February 26th, 2021.

COVID Protocol: Picture day will be outside rain or shine. Please note, only one parent can attend with children during the designated timeslot. We will be following strict COVID safety protocols.  All people attending must wear a mask the entire time, except during the actual photo, while also maintaining 6 feet apart.  Please review the entrance/exit map to limit potential exposure.  Families will enter from the West side of the school and exit on the East side of the school. If you are feeling any symptoms (fever, cough, body chills, etc) or traveled outside the State of Washington, please do not attend.  There will be no props or chairs, photos will be taken in a standing pose from the shoulder up. Makeup day is April 7th.

For any families needing assistance paying for school photos, please contact Susie Nakamura at [email protected].


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.