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Jeff Lowell

Athletics & Activities Director

Address

12111 NE 1st Street
Bellevue, WA 98005

Phone Number

(425) 456-4010

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Contact the Athletics & Activities information desk to get the help you need. Call (425) 456-4050 or email Let’s Talk.

2020-21 Athletics and Activities – Updated Information

Up to date information detailing how athletics and activities will be implemented during 2020-2021 can be found at the link below. This information will be updated as new guidance or other relevant information becomes available. Should you have questions, please contact us through Let’s Talk.

Athletics and Activities in 2020-2021

Vision and Mission

The Bellevue School District Athletics and Activities Department provides a comprehensive offering of programs that support the district’s commitment to affirming and inspiring each and every student to learn and thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.

Shared Values

The administration, staff, students, and parents of Bellevue School District schools value:

Service
  • By creating opportunities to explore new interests and strengths
  • By investing in all programs at every level of the Bellevue School District
Integrity
  • By committing to sportsmanship and fairness
  • By being responsive to individual concerns and community input
Excellence
  • By providing growth through practice and competition
  • By maintaining a balance of individual and team achievement
Compassion
  • By implementing a supportive environment in all athletic and activity programs
  • By building self-confidence and self-discipline to promote lifelong social, emotional, and physical health
  • By emphasizing life skills designed to foster positive mindsets
Respect
  • By demonstrating respect and appreciation for diversity and inclusion
  • By developing a sense of belonging within the Bellevue School District and the community
Collaboration
  • By nurturing relationships through effective communication
  • By modeling positive behavior for participants, staff, and supporters

Purpose

The Bellevue School District Athletics and Activities Department provides guidance to students through athletics and activities as they develop into productive adults who understand that dedication, resiliency, and respect translate into success in life.

High School Athletes Should Get Sports Physicals Now for Participation in 2020-21

Students wishing to participate in high school athletics must have a current physical on file (every two years) in order to participate in any in-person summer or fall activities that your student’s high school may be able to safely offer in the weeks and months ahead.

If your family doctor is taking appointments now, and your student does not have a current physical on file with the Athletic Director (valid for two years), please schedule the appointment soon and email an electronic scan of the sports physical to your high school’s Athletic Director’s office.

If you are having difficulty getting an appointment, Virginia Mason Bellevue is offering dedicated days this summer to help BSD families get sports physicals and immunizations for their students who need them on July 23, August 2, and August 15. Most insurance plans are accepted. Email BackToSchool@VMMC.org for specific payment/billing questions.) Additionally, International Community Health Services in Bellevue is offering appointments for Sport Physicals this summer. Contact them directly at 425-373-3000 for information.

Questions? Contact Andrea Arnone at the district Athletics and Activities office.

Did You Participate in a Fall Sport? Provide Your Feedback

Students participating in Fall Season high school athletics programs, along with their parents or guardians, are encouraged to complete a BSD High School Sports Survey. Surveys are used by the BSD Athletics & Activities Department to evaluate all aspects of athletic programs and to identify areas for improvement, provide meaningful goals and guide professional development for our coaching staff.

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