The Bellevue School District has altered physical spaces, reconfigured schedules, and adopted necessary plans to provide meals to students that ensures six feet of physical distance between students and staff.

Elementary

Breakfast

Space permitting, breakfast will be served in school lunchrooms. Additional spaces, like libraries, classrooms, may be used, depending on the number of students eating breakfast.

Lunch

Schools will be utilizing outdoor spaces, wherever possible, as well as other spaces, like libraries and school lunchrooms, for lunch. Classrooms will be used during inclement weather and as a backup for physical distancing requirements. It may be necessary at some elementary schools to use additional covered areas. Kindergarten to second grade students will be in the lunchroom every day. Cohort classes will alternate daily between indoor and outdoor eating.

Secondary

Breakfast

Space permitting, breakfast will be served in school lunchrooms. Additional spaces, like libraries, classrooms, may be used, depending on the number of students eating breakfast.

Lunch

Schools will be utilizing outdoor spaces, wherever possible, as well as other spaces, like libraries and school lunchrooms, for lunch. Classrooms will be used during inclement weather and as a backup for physical distancing requirements. It may be necessary at some elementary schools to use additional covered areas.

How will students practice social distancing at meals?

Lunch tables will be set up outside common areas with table surface being sectioned for physical distancing and three lunch periods will be scheduled to ensure physical distancing.

Will high school students still be able to leave campus for lunch?

Students will not be allowed to leave campus for lunch.