Special School Board Meeting

The purpose of this session is to discuss with legal counsel representing the district matters relating to district enforcement actions, or litigation or potential litigation to which the district, the board, or a member acting in an official capacity is, or is likely to become, a party, when public knowledge regarding the discussion is likely to result in an adverse legal or financial consequence to the district. Potential litigation means matters protected by attorney-client privilege related to litigation that has been specifically threatened; litigation that the district reasonably believes may be commenced; or the litigation or legal risks of a proposed action or current practice of the district, if public discussion is likely to result in an adverse or financial consequence to the district.

Keep the Magic – A Production by Tyee Middle School PTSA and Newport Technical Drama

The annual Spring Musical is a joint production of the Tyee PTSA and Newport High School Drama/Theater Tech. The Musical will be held at the Newport Performing Arts Center, May 16th, 17th and 18th. This year’s musical Keep the Magic is an original script by local playwright Gretchen O’Halloran and musician Dianne Everson and will be accompanied by our own Live Pit Orchestra made up of fifteen amazing Tyee musicians and one NHS musician! Our production team consists of five teachers at Tyee Middle and Newport High Schools.

Keep the Magic is the musical story of a circus family whose very core is threatened when the youngest member, Tina, declares she is leaving the show. Her helplessness is shown in her loss of belief in herself. The pain of Tina leaving is unbearable for her circus family who display their devotion with colorful antics. Tina must make a choice between her familiar past and the excitement of exploring the 1920’s Jazz Age on her own. Through her internal struggle she must find the magic that Stubbs the Clown says is inside each of us. Keep the Magic and believe in oneself.

When

  • Thursday, May 16, 7 p.m.
  • Friday, May 17, 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 18, 2 p.m.

Where

Newport High School Performing Arts Center
4333 Factoria Blvd SE
Bellevue, WA 98006

Tickets

Tickets available at the door.

  • General Admission – $10
  • Saturday Matinee Youth 10 and under – $5

Keep the Magic – A Production by Tyee Middle School PTSA and Newport Technical Drama

The annual Spring Musical is a joint production of the Tyee PTSA and Newport High School Drama/Theater Tech. The Musical will be held at the Newport Performing Arts Center, May 16th, 17th and 18th. This year’s musical Keep the Magic is an original script by local playwright Gretchen O’Halloran and musician Dianne Everson and will be accompanied by our own Live Pit Orchestra made up of fifteen amazing Tyee musicians and one NHS musician! Our production team consists of five teachers at Tyee Middle and Newport High Schools.

Keep the Magic is the musical story of a circus family whose very core is threatened when the youngest member, Tina, declares she is leaving the show. Her helplessness is shown in her loss of belief in herself. The pain of Tina leaving is unbearable for her circus family who display their devotion with colorful antics. Tina must make a choice between her familiar past and the excitement of exploring the 1920’s Jazz Age on her own. Through her internal struggle she must find the magic that Stubbs the Clown says is inside each of us. Keep the Magic and believe in oneself.

When

  • Thursday, May 16, 7 p.m.
  • Friday, May 17, 7 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 18, 2 p.m.

Where

Newport High School Performing Arts Center
4333 Factoria Blvd SE
Bellevue, WA 98006

Tickets

Tickets available at the door.

  • General Admission – $10
  • Saturday Matinee Youth 10 and under – $5

Vaping: Risks, Addiction and Talking with your Student

Can you detect the early signs of nicotine use? Are you familiar with vaping paraphernalia commonly used by students? Do you know the laws and school procedures about vaping? Are you interested in strengthening your skills to have healthy conversations with your students about substance use?

BSD families, students and staff – you are invited to engage in discussions regarding vaping with other families, students, school and district personnel. Food is provided. Please indicate any childcare and/or interpreter needs when registering.

Register: Online or by calling 425-456-4109.

Sponsored by the Bellevue School District and PTSA Council.

flyer for the informational vaping event
a photo of the Vaping event flyer in Spanish

Vaping: Risks, Addiction and Talking with your Student

Can you detect the early signs of nicotine use? Are you familiar with vaping paraphernalia commonly used by students? Do you know the laws and school procedures about vaping? Are you interested in strengthening your skills to have healthy conversations with your students about substance use?

BSD families, students and staff – you are invited to engage in discussions regarding vaping with other families, students, school and district personnel. Food is provided. Please indicate any childcare and/or interpreter needs when registering.

Register: Online or by calling 425-456-4109.

Sponsored by the Bellevue School District and PTSA Council.

flyer for the informational vaping event
a photo of the Vaping event flyer in Spanish

Vaping: Risks, Addiction and Talking with your Student

Can you detect the early signs of nicotine use? Are you familiar with vaping paraphernalia commonly used by students? Do you know the laws and school procedures about vaping? Are you interested in strengthening your skills to have healthy conversations with your students about substance use?

BSD families, students and staff – you are invited to engage in discussions regarding vaping with other families, students, school and district personnel. Food is provided. Please indicate any childcare and/or interpreter needs when registering.

Register: Online or by calling 425-456-4109.

Sponsored by the Bellevue School District and PTSA Council.

flyer for the informational vaping event
a photo of the Vaping event flyer in Spanish

Parent & Transition Social

Join us for a night all about School-to-Work and Supported Employment! You’ll be able to meet our staff, see the AtWork! Bellevue Office, learn more about our services, and how to best plan for the year ahead. In addition, we will have families who have already been through the School-to-Work Program in the Transition Program in attendance to offer first-hand experience.

Families with students with disabilities who are interested in learning more about supported employment from ALL grades are welcome!

Hors d’oeuvre and refreshments will be available. Click here to register online.

a flyer for the parent and transition social night

Regular School Board Meeting

At the Oct. 16 board meeting, the board amended Policy 1400 which impacts the time when public comments will be held at board meetings. Going forward:

  • First board meeting of the month – public comment begins at approximately 6:00 p.m. or later.
  • Second board meeting of the month – public comment begins at approximately 4:05 p.m. or later.