Bellevue Transportation Forum

The Bellevue School District’s Safety and Security and Transportation Departments are working closely with Bellevue Police and Transportation Departments to tackle traffic congestion and safety concerns around our schools.

Bellevue Police officers have been conducting emphasis patrols at our schools recently to encourage safe driving habits. We will continue to engage officers on these patrols and identify school sites that need additional enforcement attention. In addition, the City of Bellevue Transportation Department is working on traffic safety assessments to determine the possibility of additional traffic controls and road alterations to improve pedestrian and vehicle safety. This month, school building administrators will communicate with their communities to reinforce pick-up and drop-off expectations and traffic safety protocols around our schools.


Attend the Transportation Forum

What can the district, City of Bellevue or Metro Transit do to engage and encourage parents to choose environmentally sustainable transportation options such as riding the bus, walking, biking or carpooling? Plan to attend the Transportation Forum to collaborate with district and city leaders in creating solutions for transportation challenges.

In-Person Event

Date: Thursday, April 25, 2024
Time: 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Location: Sammamish High School
Address: 100 140th Ave. SE Bellevue, WA 98005

Online Event

Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2024
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: Online via Microsoft Teams
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Register now

Registration for these events is suggested but not required. You may also request interpretation/translation support for the event through the registration form.


Bellevue Transportation Forum

The Bellevue School District’s Safety and Security and Transportation Departments are working closely with Bellevue Police and Transportation Departments to tackle traffic congestion and safety concerns around our schools.

Bellevue Police officers have been conducting emphasis patrols at our schools recently to encourage safe driving habits. We will continue to engage officers on these patrols and identify school sites that need additional enforcement attention. In addition, the City of Bellevue Transportation Department is working on traffic safety assessments to determine the possibility of additional traffic controls and road alterations to improve pedestrian and vehicle safety. This month, school building administrators will communicate with their communities to reinforce pick-up and drop-off expectations and traffic safety protocols around our schools.


Attend the Transportation Forum

What can the district, City of Bellevue or Metro Transit do to engage and encourage parents to choose environmentally sustainable transportation options such as riding the bus, walking, biking or carpooling? Plan to attend the Transportation Forum to collaborate with district and city leaders in creating solutions for transportation challenges.

Online Event

Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2024
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: Online via Microsoft Teams
 
 

In-Person Event

Date: Thursday, April 25, 2024
Time: 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Location: Sammamish High School
Address: 100 140th Ave. SE Bellevue, WA 98005
View Event


Register now

Registration for these events is suggested but not required. You may also request interpretation/translation support for the event through the registration form.


Special Education Family Resource Session: Insights into Positive Communication Among IEP Teams: A Panel Perspective


BSD Special Ed. Department & the Bellevue Special Needs PTA presents:

Insights into Positive Communication Among IEP Teams: A Panel Perspective

Join us for an informative session tailored for families (teachers welcome too!) of students with disabilities. Our panel of experienced parents & dedicated BSD staff will address questions moderated by both BSD’s Special Ed.


RSVP:
To attend in-person, you MUST RSVP to this event.
Visit here to RSVP

Interpreter/Translator Services: Request an interpreter for a different language by 03/15/24

For general questions, please contact [email protected]


BOOM (Breaking Out Of the Margins) is BACK in 2024!

Since its inception in 2015, Bellevue School District’s BOOM, for him and SHOUT, for her programs have provided mentorship and learning opportunities for students in grades seven to twelve, who identify racially as African, Black, Hispanic, LatinX, Native American, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander or mix of any, to connect, be inspired by, find support, and be led and taught by adults who racially identify like them.

While this event is historically designed to center African, Black, Hispanic, LatinX, Native American, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander students, the event is open to ALL students in grades 7-12.

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