Step 3: Additional Enrollment Information
Students must get vaccine doses at correct timeframes to be in compliance with state requirements. Talk to your healthcare provider or school staff if you have questions about school immunization requirements.
Our school nurses strive to assure all children have full participation in the educational programs which starts with attending daily, being well-rested, well-fed, and ready to learn. Our goal is that all children are successful in school. Visit our Health Services page to learn about required forms, individualized health plans, and more.Health Services
Since Fall 2016, full-day Kindergarten has been funded fully by the State of Washington. There is no tuition cost for families. We offer full‐day Kindergarten programs in every elementary school. Kindergartners attend school on the same schedule as those in grades 1-5.Learn More
Free & Reduced Priced Meals
Your child(ren) may qualify for free or reduced priced meals as well as other benefits including a waiver for some school fees. Qualification is based on household income.Learn More
English Language Learners (ELL)
Students who speak a second language in the home or who have been served in an ELL program in another school are required to complete a language survey.
Students who transfer from a public school within Washington State:
The registrar will have ELL status verified by district ELL Department.
Students who transfer from outside of Washington State:
Registrar will arrange testing with the district ELL Department.
Parents have the option of purchasing Accident and Health Insurance for their children. Several plans are available. There is also additional insurance available for student athletes. Informational brochures and application forms are available at your school.The Bellevue School District provides this information to families for their convenience. Purchase of the insurance is not required.