Community Mental Health Forums return for the 2021 school year. For the third consecutive year, the Family Engagement office in partnership with BSD Counseling, Mental Health Assistance Teams and community mental-health partners will offer families an opportunity to support the well-being of their students. The first session for this year informs families about Signs of Suicide or SOS.Read More
Mark your calendar! An Athletics & Activities Community Forum is scheduled for Thursday, May 17, 6:00-7:30pm at Interlake High School. All are welcome to attend as these forums are not school specific.
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.
The the Honors 7th grade Literature & Composition Committee will select materials for a major course redesign of 1 unit in Honors 7th Grade Literature & Composition and make a recommendation to the Instructional Materials Committee based upon objective evidence gathered during the process.
The Inclusive Practices Advisory Team aspires to provide information to the district, both staff and community, with the intent of communicating best practices for inclusion and equity. We strive to remodel systems and structures for students who need accommodations in their learning environment such that they are fully included in academic and extra-curricular activities.
The Ardmore Elementary community gathered for an evening of learning during the school’s annual Parent University mini conference.
Early in the morning the Lake Hills Jaguars are roaring with excitement as they wait in anticipation of the ClapOut, a new schoolwide tradition that began this year.
This year the district has been exploring options to improve the elementary lunch period, including ongoing work with our parents on this topic.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the leading cause of sudden death in “at-play” young people and is typically the result of an undiagnosed structural or electrical problem.
Thank you, for those that participated in this year’s Middle School Athletics Interest Survey. Your feedback is appreciated and helps ensure the district is meeting the needs of the students in our athletic programming. Read More