Students participating in high school athletics programs, along with their parents, are encouraged to complete a Bellevue School District High School Athletics Survey. Surveys are used to evaluate all aspects of athletic programs. We hope to identify areas for improvement and provide meaningful goals and professional development for coaching staff.
On May 4, 2017, Governor Inslee signed Substitute Senate Bill 5404 which took effect immediately. A new section was added to the medication in school law (RCW 28A.210.260) that allows students to have FDA-approved topical sunscreen at school without a prescription from a licensed health care professional.
Bellevue School District is excited to be installing all-weather fields at schools throughout the district. Over the past 15+ years the district has been following research on synthetic fields and using this information to guide recommendations on products that will provide students and community members with a quality experience on district fields.
The Bellevue School District’s Instructional Material Committee approved the adoption of MindUP as the Bellevue School District’s middle school social emotional learning curriculum on April 20, 2017. Pending School Board approval at the May 2, 2017 board meeting, the implementation of the curriculum will begin in the 2017-18 school year.
Thank you for taking the survey regarding middle and elementary school start times. Your input was invaluable and provided insights to issues and concerns that must be addressed before any changes can be considered.Read More
This year in our Honors Freshmen Literature & Composition course we are piloting a new unit collaboratively designed by Bellevue School District freshmen teachers. This proposed pilot unit will better align with the expectations of the Common Core State Standards, College and Career Readiness Standards, and expand the diversity of voices in the current curriculum.
Students need sufficient time to eat a healthy lunch. As our schools have grown in size, we have found that some students are spending the bulk of their lunch period moving through the lunch line, leaving little time to eat their lunch. We are working on some short and long term solutions to address this concern.
The Bellevue School District is in the process of adopting curriculum for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade science courses.Read More
The Student Information System team has been working to build a solid foundation for a successful transition from Aspen to Edupoint Synergy.Read More
As you may have seen in recent months, there have been reports locally and nationally of elevated lead levels in water at schools. In the spring we decided to test all potable water sources (water suitable for drinking) in our schools as a precautionary measure.