As we wrap up the 22-23 school year, we are so grateful for our family and parent partnerships, and we begin thinking about the upcoming journey for the 23-24 school year.

We are privileged to have the opportunity to lead alongside exceptional staff for the upcoming school year. As we blend communities, we are looking forward to co-creating a new school community at Clyde Hill Elementary that is infused with the strengths of both Wilburton Elementary and Clyde Hill Elementary. In the co-creation of a new Clyde Hill school community, we know there will be challenges ahead and there will be opportunities to come together as a united community to take on those challenges. As we take on this new adventure, we want to center student, staff, and family well-being through creating spaces and experiences of joy, celebration, inclusion, and growth.


A key element of a successful educator is having a growth mindset and being a continual learner. As co-principals, we will prioritize listening and learn from our parents, families, and each other. We are hopeful that we can bring to life a community where we all thrive and are affirmed.

Please look out for our next family communication in August.


In Partnership,

Chhoun Mey and Brooke Garcia-De Leon



Incoming families, keep updated with bus routes by using the link below. Transportation will be updating bus routes during the month of August.

BSD Transportation:


Summer Playdates

Come play with old friends and make new ones!  One is silver and the other gold!


We will host the following playdates this summer at Clyde Hill playground.  Please let us know ([email protected]) if you would be willing to host another one!


Tuesday, July 11 – 5:00pm – playdate at Clyde Hill

Thursday, July 20 – 10:00am – playdate at Clyde Hill

TBD August – morning – playdate at Clyde Hill

Tuesday, August 22 – afternoon TBD – Paletas with the Principals

Friday, August 25 – 5:30pm – playdate at Clyde Hill

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.