On July 22, 2020, Dr. Ivan Duran, Superintendent, announced that Bellevue School District will begin school this fall with remote learning for all families. The district will evaluate the remote start after the first six weeks of school.
It has always been our goal that our students would return to school this fall at one of our 29 school campuses. There is no substitute for in-person learning. It provides essential connections for our students with both the educators who know them well and their classmates. Regrettably, public health does not support the safe return to school at this time. Bellevue School District will begin school this fall with remote learning for all families. The district will evaluate the remote start after the first six weeks of school.
The following are the two options we are offering to families:
Temporary Remote Learning/Hybrid Learning
Families that opt to participate in a Hybrid Learning model will begin school in a Temporary Remote Learning model with the plan to move to the Hybrid Learning model when infection rates are significantly lower.
BSD Virtual Learning
- Families that opt to participate in 100 percent remote are enrolled in the BSD Virtual Learning model and will remain there for the first semester.
- This option is available to students regardless if we return to school in Hybrid Learning or under Temporary Remote Learning.
The district is committed to making the necessary changes to ensure that remote learning experiences, in both the BSD Virtual Learning model and the Temporary Remote/Hybrid Learning model, meet the level of quality we expect from a Bellevue School District education.