Stop by Crossroads Mall this month to view the 2018 BSD Arts Show! Read More
Congratulations to Jessica Holloway, Phantom Lake Elementary teacher for being named the Washington Art Education Association (WAEA) 2017 Art Educator of the Year. Read More
Congratulations to students, staff and PTAs who were recognized for their achievements by Bellevue PTSA Council at their annual awards ceremony. Read More
A place to gather, celebrate successes, empower one another, reflect, encourage, invigorate and collaborate describe the atmosphere and happenings at Phantom Lake’s bi-yearly data release days. Fittingly, the theme for Phantom Lake’s most recent data release days was Parisian café, tying into the history of the places for conversation and networking.
Congratulations and thank you to each of our district schools that participated in this year’s Green Genius Cafeteria Challenge! As with every year, results for each of the participating schools were extremely close and competitive. Read More
Congratulations to Phantom Lake Elementary and Phantom Lake PTA for being recognized, by National PTA, as a National PTA School of Excellence, for their achievement in building effective family-school partnerships. Read More
Math strategies and programs at Phantom Lake are encouraging students to take risks in math, including raising their hand to answer a tough math problem, or challenging classmates as to how they arrived at their answer for a particular math problem. The intervention programs and supports have been evolving for several years.
Congratulations to this year’s WSPTA Reflections Award Winners! The Reflections programs supports the arts in the Bellevue School District, and is sponsored by Bellevue PTSA Council under the direction of council chair Meribeth Nordloef-Pedersen. PTA Reflections chairs at each school are also instrumental in making this program a success. Read More
Congratulations to 10 Bellevue schools that were honored by the state as Washington Achievement Award Winners this year!
The district carpentry team and special education teacher Mark Sands built a special sensory piano for the special needs children at Phantom Lake Elementary.