The following bus routes will not be running due to driver availability tomorrow, January 27.
63 – serving Newport HS, International School, and Big Picture School.
17 – serving Bellevue HS, International School, and Big Picture School.
10 – serving Clyde Hill ES and Spiritridge ES.
All other bus routes servicing these schools will run normally as scheduled.

Prospective members are asked to review these belief statements and ensure you can agree with and work in alignment with them.

  1. We believe the Bellevue School District (BSD) has a responsibility to serve all students, families, and communities of color, students who identify as LGBTQ+, students who qualify for special education services, students who qualify for multilingual learner services, and students who live in or experience poverty and/or homelessness.
  2. We believe establishing and sustaining equitable policies, practices, and programs both in classrooms and schools, is a necessary precondition to achieve equal access to robust and rigorous learning experiences. 
  3. We believe learning is an inherently social and cultural endeavor and that learning is most powerful when educators engage with students’ cultures to shape learning experiences.
  4. We believe that every student deserves access to engaging, relevant, and rigorous learning experiences that both sustains the cultures that have shaped their lived experiences and gives them the tools to leverage their experiences to work for change in their communities.
  5. We believe BSD students identify with intersecting identities including racial, ethnic, familial, gender, sexual, linguistic, and others, and these identities inform and determine the cultures they identify with.
  6. We believe every student in BSD deserves to feel valued, seen, heard, and feels a sense of belonging in every BSD classroom as individuals who have intersecting identities.
  7. We believe every student is a unique individual who deserves learning experiences that support and elevate their specific talents, skills, and interests.
  8. We believe that raising awareness and asking questions can lead to positive change.
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.