Construction is continuing to progress at Highland Middle School! Work on sidewalks and street lighting is underway. Outside the front entry and parent drop-off zone are being prepped for paving while the exterior paneling is nearing completion.Read More
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Bellevue, WA 98005
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The Facilities Department is responsible for planning, maintaining, and operating the district’s many properties. We oversee the community use of district buildings, fields and performing arts centers.
For information on the rental of classrooms, commons areas, cafeterias, gyms and all other areas of the schools not identified below, visit our Building Use page or call (425) 456-4500.
Performing Arts Centers
For information on the rental of high school theaters, visit our Performing Arts Centers page or call (425) 456-4581
For rental of baseball, softball and multi-use fields, visit our Field Rental page.
For public use of high school stadiums, contact the school of interest and speak with the Athletic Director.
Small Works Roster
R.C.W. 28a.335.190, commonly known as the Public School Bid Law, provides that school districts establish a Small Works Roster of qualified contractors who wish to receive bidding information and be considered for performing work on public works projects estimated to cost less than $200,000.Download Application
The construction work on Highland progresses – all thanks to your bond support from 2014. This month the track has been graded in preparation for the rubberized surface. The interior work progresses as we can start to see the makings of the locker bays, classrooms and the gym.Read More
This year twenty-four schools in the Bellevue School District took part in the annual “Cafeteria Challenge” sponsored by the City of Bellevue, Bellevue School District and Bellevue Utilities. Schools competed to produce the least amount of trash sent to landfill, as opposed to recycling or compost. After weighing everything in, Puesta del Sol won the big prize, reducing waste to just 1.77 grams per student – the same weight as a paperclip!Read More