On August 30 and August 31, BSD, alongside state and local partners, will hold health fairs to inform our community and make childhood immunizations readily accessible.Read More
By addressing a child’s basic needs, Bellevue LifeSpring helps students focus on their education and break the cycle of poverty. Their wraparound approach includes the programs and services for food, clothing, education and emergency assistance.
Bellevue Schools Foundation
The Bellevue Schools Foundation provides essential community support for the Bellevue School District. An independent, private, non-profit organization, the Bellevue Schools Foundation promotes and helps fund the best possible learning opportunities for all students in the Bellevue School District. As a 501(c)(3) organization, the Foundation raises funds to help pay for an array of programs that support student learning and provide training opportunities for teachers. For more than 30 years, the Foundation has gathered a wide range of parents, community leaders, and other volunteers to focus support and funding for quality public education in Bellevue.
Eastside Pathways is a nonprofit organization utilizing a collective impact approach to address the needs of Bellevue students from cradle to career. A partnership of many organizations and individuals, Eastside Pathways helps to coordinate projects to improve school readiness, creating engaging summer and extended learning opportunities, supporting good attendance, and enhancing career readiness opportunities.
Founded in 2011, the goal of Eastside Pathways is to help each student achieve a productive and fulfilling life. Eastside Pathways’ partnership includes the Bellevue School District, the City of Bellevue, social service nonprofits, community based organizations, parent groups, businesses, funders, families, and youth.
Jubilee REACH is a non-profit focused on Relationships, Education, Assistance Community and Hospitality, serving the deeper needs of students and families in Bellevue School District through a commitment to Love, Listen, Learn, build relationships and earn trust. Site Coaches build community in and around our schools through a collaborative of wrap-around services, activities and athletics ensuring every child is known, loved, affirmed, belongs and believes they can achieve their academic and personal potential.Website
How Can I Help?
We thank you for inquiring about how to support the students and families of our Bellevue School District community. At this time, we are asking that financial donations be given directly to our partner organizations. Each of these organizations provide direct support to BSD families with food and/or emergency assistance.Learn More
- Community Advisory Groups 2023-2024
- Middle School Student Well-Being Adoption Committee
- Superintendent Community Advisory Council (SCAC)
- Family Advisory Committee
- Community Partners
- Community Truancy Board
- Parent Groups
- Employee Resource Groups
The Bellevue Family Hub, located at Highland Middle School, invites families and students to attend free sessions about interviewing skills and personal finance in March and April.Read More
BSD is proud to announce that 65 educators received or renewed their National Board Certification in the 2021-2022 assessment cycle. Several newly certified teachers share their experiences from the certification process and how they plan to apply the lessons learned.Read More
Students across the Bellevue School District participated in Computer Science Education Week and Hour of Code from December 5-9, 2022. Hour of Code is a celebration of Computer Science that complements BSD’s STEM initiatives during the entire school year. Learn more about computer science and how BSD partners with the Bellevue Schools Foundation to create inclusive STEM pathways for all students. Read More
Each year, the Bellevue Schools Foundation awards BSD schools and educators with Arts, Enrichment & Innovation (A, E & I) Grants as well as Inspiration & Incubation (i2) Grants. For the 2022-23 school year, BSF provided Bellevue schools with more than $800,000 dollars in funding. Read More
On Saturday, August 27, residents from across the Bellevue community came together to support district schools as a part of Jubilee REACH Service Day.Read More
We invite Spanish speaking families with a student in any Bellevue high school to come learn more about the Bellevue school system. Please join Liliana Medina, a local parent and founder of Sistema Escolar USA, to learn about how to support your student in grades 9-12.Read More
While the Bellevue School District has been operating Family Connections Centers for years, the ongoing pandemic has meant an increased need for support for Bellevue students and their families.Read More
Family Connections Centers have long been an important part of the Bellevue School District. A team of 12 work collaboratively to ensure that students have what they need to succeed in the classroom. That work often includes partnering with other staff at schools, such as counselors, and working with parents and guardians, as well as other organizations and community partners.Read More
The Bellevue School District’s Family Connections Centers (FCCs) have received an outpouring of support since the beginning of the pandemic. “We are going through this as a community – and we are a strong community,” says Melissa Slater, Equity Project Leader and National Board Program Coordinator as well as BSD’s Family Connections Centers coordinator. While Bellevue is generally perceived as a wealthy community without a population in need of support, there are many families in Bellevue in need of support and the need is growing in the face of the ongoing pandemic.Read More