Happy Friday Saints Families! 

As we embark upon a new school year, no matter the number of uncertainties there are, we remain strongly committed to, in the least, providing access to education for all our students. With the aid of our dedicated support staff, we have successfully distributed over 1400 laptops for our students!

While we understand that some of our families were unable to make it to our distribution days, I want to provide you information on how to retrieve any unclaimed device.

 Unclaimed Laptops:

Sammamish High School will again serve as our district technology hub through the duration of remote learning. All unclaimed laptops as of Friday, August 28th, will be shipped to Sammamish for pick-up starting September 1st (for Interlake). For more information on times and days, please refer to our district website under Tech Support for Families: http://bsd405.org/departments/district-technology/tech-support-students-families/


If you are in need of a hot-spot and were not able to reserve one at our distribution days, they will also be available at Sammamish as early as August 31st. Hot-spots are distributed based upon need. If you reserved one prior to the end of the school year, and did not return it, you cannot be issued an additional one.

Loaner Laptops/Unreturned Laptops:

If you are still in possession of a loaner laptop, you must turn it in to have it re-imaged and updated with new software. If not returned this week at Interlake, you must return the loaner to Sammamish. If you are still in possession of your district laptop and it has not been updated and re-imaged, it must also be returned to Sammamish, where you will be issued a loaner until your assigned laptop is ready for pick up.

Other Class Materials/Texts/Instruments:

We hope to provide you a date as soon as possible for when we will run distribution for all other materials needed for classes. Please stay tuned for communication from Mr. Cochrun. We appreciate your patience.


Yours in partnership,

Jocelyn O. Alexander, Assistant Principal, Interlake High School


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.