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¿Tiene un nuevo estudiante para inscribirse en la escuela? Vaya a www.bsd405.org/enroll. Si necesita asistencia adicional, por favor envíe un correo electrónico studentplacement@bsd405.org

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12300 Main Street
Bellevue, WA 98005


Main Office: (425) 456-4300
Attendance: (425) 456-4303

Fax: (425) 456-4311

Start & Dismissal

M-T-T-F: 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am – 12:15 pm

9/20/2021 – Wilburton Community Newsletter

September 20, 2021 - Wilburton Community Newsletter

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A Note from the Administration   Chhoun Mey, Principal meyc@bsd405.org   Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal mathiass@bsd405.org Dear Wilburton Families and Parents,   We are approaching our rainy season and colder weather.  Please remember to send your student to school in warm clothing or appropriate wear for the rainy/cold season.  Due to social distancing measures, we will continue to keep students outdoors during recesses.  We have limited areas that are covered, so it is possible that students will play in the rain.   We want to thank our family community for your patience and flexibility with our arrival and dismissal process, we continue to observe and analyze how things are going to make ongoing changes and we appreciate the feedback we have been receiving.   In partnership,   Chhoun Mey Stephanie Mathias  
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8/23/2021 – Wilburton Community Newsletter

August 23, 2021 - Wilburton Community Newsletter

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A Note from the Administration   Chhoun Mey, Principal meyc@bsd405.org   Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal mathiass@bsd405.org Dear Wilburton Families and Parents, Our staff and I are extremely excited to start this school year by welcoming back our students to a full day of learning. Just as important, we also know that with the continue rise of COVID-19 infection rate, particularly among kids, we know that there is some apprehension around sending back students to a full day of school that also includes partaking in lunch. Our staff have been busy putting together a school safety plan that includes mitigating measures to prioritize the safety of all our students, families, and staff members. Please do reach out to me, Stephanie or other staff members with any questions or concerns you might have. In Partnership, Chhoun Mey Stephanie Mathias
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Wilburton Back to School Information Sessions

Hello Wilburton Families, The Wilburton administrator team will be hosting a virtual (Microsoft Teams) Back to School Information Session on August 26th. There will be two identical sessions from 7:15-8:15am and 6:00-7:00pm. We will also post a recording of the information session on our school website. 7:15-8:15 AM Session Link 6:00-7:00 PM Session Link In Partnership, Chhoun Mey, Principal Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal

August 2021 – Wilburton Community Newsletter

August 2021 - Wilburton Community Newsletter

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Dear Wilburton Community,



Welcome to the 2021-22 school year at Wilburton Elementary! We hope you are enjoying the beautiful Northwest summer. We are thrilled that we will all be back together in our beautiful building this school year.  This communication is intended to provide some general information including a few important dates. We will provide detailed information on safety measures and school procedures later in August through additional emails, postings and videos on our website. In the meantime, please enjoy the rest of the summer and reach out to us if you have any questions. Our office is scheduled to open on August 23rd.


First Day of School and Bell Times:  The first day of school for students in Grades 1-5 is Wednesday, September 1st. The first day of school for Kindergarten is Friday, September 3rd.  Wilburton will have the same bell times as in previous years. Class begins at 8am each day and ends at 2:30 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays, school ends at 12:15pm. We will send out additional information about recommended staggered arrival and dismissal by grade as we get closer to the first day of school.

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May 2021 – Wilburton Family Newsletter

Wilburton Family Newsletter

May 3, 2021

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A Note from the Administration   Beth Hamilton, Principal hamiltonel@bsd405.org   Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal Mathiass@bsd405.org Wilburton is truly a global community. For many of us, most of our family and loved ones are living in another country. In the United States, the daily infection rates from COVID-19 are starting to decrease while the vaccination rates are increasing. We want to acknowledge that this isn’t the case in all countries. Currently, India is experiencing a sudden spike in COVID-19 cases. India has reported record setting numbers in the last week. There is an extreme shortage of hospital beds and oxygen. We know there are staff members and families who have loved ones in other countries experiencing spikes including India, Brazil and Mexico. We understand that many of you currently have loved ones who are currently sick, or who have recently passed from COVID-19, and the stress is even higher with the uncertainty of medical care. The distance amplifies the situation. Please know that the Wilburton staff is ready to support your family and your student(s). Please contact your child’s teacher, your child’s counselor, an administrator if you need assistance. We can connect you with community resources and provided direct support for student(s) in school. Contact Information: Beth Hamilton, Principal- hamiltonel@bsd405.org Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal - mathiass@bsd405.org Kaitlin Casey, Counselor- caseyk@bsd405.org   Community Resources: ·         COVID Resources India: https://www.covidresourcesindia.com/ ·         COVID-19 Community Resources by City of Bellevue: https://bellevuewa.gov/city-government/departments/city-managers-office/communications/emergencies/covid-19/community-resources
NEWSLETTER LIVE! May 11 Click here to join the meeting 5:30pm Join our Newsletter LIVE! for May 5:30-6:30pm Click here to join the meeting   Agenda: ·         Updates/Information: health, safety, instruction, and more! ·         Highlights/Sharing:  Learn how we will celebrate the end of the school year! ·         2021-22:  Planning for next year ·         Q and A
What's Happening at Wilburton?  FAMILY MUSIC NIGHTS Dear Families- I am so happy to share with you that I will be hosting a series of “Family Music Nights”. These are optional opportunities for students to share, perform, and even teach their families what they have been learning in music class.   Family Music Nights will be online, over the computer and students will have the meetings sent to their Teams Calendars.  
Time and Date Tuesday, May 18th Wednesday, May 19th Thursday, May 20
6:00-6:30 pm   Morgan, Bush, Radics Lozan, Le
6:45-7:15 pm Sin, Nolan Ackerman, Lee Atkins, Marcoe
7:30- 8:00pm Dhoot, Isernio, Vegarra Bassani, Bell, Kim Poon (Florio), Nova
  What will this look like or sound like? ·         This will feel a lot like music class, but families will be listen, watch and even participate in the songs or dances and the students will be the teachers for them! Do students who participate need to have their video cameras and microphones on? ·         No. This is meant to be for families and students to share and experience together as a small group. Audio will be from my computer songs or voice, and your child’s voice right there with you. If students want to have their video cameras on to share with the larger group there will be opportunities for that during our dance and movement portion. Please email or send me a TEAMS message if you have any questions   Sincerely, Stephanie Hazen, Music Specialist Hazens@bsd405.org   SAVE THE DATE:  5th GRADE CELEBRATION It is the time of year where we begin to think about celebrating our 5th grade students as they end their elementary school journey and begin their Middle School Adventures!  With the hybrid/virtual learning models and our need to limit large groups for health and safety, our 5th grade team as come up with a fun way to celebrate the STUDENTS this year! There will be TWO celebrations: 1.       A video "highlight reel" that families can view at any time to celebrate the last year in elementary school. 2.       A time for the 5th graders to be with their classmates, in person, to enjoy and celebrate this crazy year, their perseverance, flexibility, and friendships. This will be 5th grade CELEBRATION DAY! WHAT: 5th grade celebration day Students will join with their teacher , and ALL of their classmates, for a day of classroom fun, together!  From field day activities, to traditional "rock painting", fun learning activities, special lunch, and outside play, this day will be a DAY TO REMEMBER for our 5th graders! WHEN:  June 21, 2021 (Monday) ·         Hybrid students:  8:00-2:30PM IN PERSON ·         Virtual students:  8:00-11am VIRTUAL and 12:00-2:30 optional IN PERSON (students who would like can join Mr. Kim outside at school for games and learning together! More details to come but SAVE THE DATE!  Your 5th grader will NOT want to miss this day!
BSD Updates and News Technology Support Updates for Students and Families – Spanish| Chinese With most hybrid students returning to school buildings soon, most in-person tech support will shift back to schools. The Tech Specialists look forward to reconnecting with their school communities. Beginning April 8, the Tech Center at Highland Middle School will be CLOSED. Tech Center at Highland Middle School: ·         April 5, 6 and 7: Reduced hours of in-person support: 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. ·         Starting April 8: CLOSED In-Person Tech Support: Starting April 8, in-person tech support at schools and at our central office: Secondary Schools: Tech support for all secondary students (both hybrid and virtual) will be available at their school. Virtual students can book an appointment with the Tech Specialist at their school - more details to follow. Elementary Schools: Tech support for all elementary students attending school in-person will be available at their school during their school day. Virtual: Elementary students needing in-person support can visit the new Elementary Student Tech Center at the Wilburton Instructional Service Center (WISC). ·         Address:12241 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98005 ·         Directions: The Tech Center is located in building 6 at WISC ·         Hours: Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. ·         General tech support for issues that are difficult to resolve via email or phone, no appointment necessary ·         Students and families will follow guidelines for minimizing the risk of COVID-19 Online: We will continue to have support staff dedicated to supporting our virtual students. ·         Monday through Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ·         Parents emailparenthelp@bsd405.org ·         Students emailstudenthelp@bsd405.org Phone:   ·         Monday through Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ·         Parents and students call(425) 456-4321
PTA News Parent Teacher Association   JOIN the PTA  5/3-5/7:  5 Days of Teacher Appreciation 5/26: Park Day at Kelsey Creek (3-5pm) Check out details at  Wilburton PTA 2020 - 2021
Dates to Remember Check out our Calendar ·         May 31: No School/ Memorial Day ·         Week of June 14: Along with continued learning, we will be having some fun activities virtually and in person for our students (field day, step up day, egg drop STEM Challenge, and more!) ·         June 21: 5th Grade Celebration Day ·         June 22: Last Day of School

Wilburton Family Newsletter – February 1, 2021

Wilburton Family Newsletter

February 1, 2020

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A Note from the Administration   Beth Hamilton Principal hamiltonel@bsd405.org   Stephanie Mathias Assistant Principal Mathiass@bsd405.org Dear Wilburton Community,   At Wilburton we are committed to our Wilburton Family.  A community group that accepts all, and embraces each person's identity, including race and culture, that make each of us special. We are all important.  We, as a collective group, can make a difference in our world now and for the future.   We, at Wilburton, are committed to racial equity and inclusion of all in our community and world around us.  As administrators, we know we have an amazing staff in our building that love unconditionally and care deeply about each student and family at Wilburton.     This coming week is Black Lives Matter at School across the nation.  This is a week of action that focuses on affirming all black identities by centering black voices, empowering students, and teaching about black experiences beyond slavery.   Our teachers have been provided resources that they may use this week to emphasize social justice and ethnic studies.  Being intentional about recognizing and affirming our students' identities is paramount to their sense of belonging, feeling welcomed, and an important part of our family. These lessons and learning that focuses on black identities not only benefit our black students but can also be transformative for our nonblack students.  The resource,  BLM AT SCHOOL - Home (blacklivesmatteratschool.com),  is a great resource teachers may be using and can be used by you and your family at home, too, if you wish.   Teachers have been provided resources and will use their professional judgement as to the level of use, engagement, and depth of learning for their unique classrooms, ensuring the content is delivered in an inclusive, supportive, and developmentally appropriate way.  For example, in kindergarten, students may discuss, "what makes each of us unique and different from one another?" and creating an "all about me! Poster that shares things about themselves that show how they are unique."  Or maybe in 3rd grade the students might learn and talk about "hurtful words", teasing, or exclusionary behaviors and how they can be more inclusive and kinder to each other.  And finally, maybe a 5th grade class will analyze, discussion, and understand how families are portrayed in media (TV shows, etc.) and compare/contrast that with their own lives.   The theme this year for Black Lives Matter Week is:  a Week of Action. A Year of Purpose. A Lifetime of Practice.  We invite you to join us in listening, learning, and sharing as part of our family.   #WeAreFamily,   Beth and Stephanie
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2021-22 New Family Information Night

Wilburton Elementary School

Bellevue School District


Join the Wilburton staff in a virtual meeting to learn more about our school and registration information for the 2021-22 school year.  We will share broadly about our school and will focus some time on welcoming our incoming kindergarten student families, the class of 2034!

January 12, 2021


Go to www.bsd405.org/Wilburton to access the calendar and link to the meeting.


The meeting will be an information session with a Q/A chat feature open.  Translation is available in the application for multiple languages.

To help families transition to their next step in the 2021-22 school year, every neighborhood school offers a parent information session for new students.  Learn more on the BSD Website.

Wilburton Family Newsletter January 1, 2021

Wilburton Family Newsletter

January 1, 2021

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A Note from the Administration


Beth Hamilton, Principal


Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal


Happy New Year Wilburton Wolves!  I hope that this winter break you have found joy in being with family and friends while staying safe and healthy.   I want to thank all our K-2 families for filling out the Survey for Return to In Person Learning.  Currently we are analyzing that information and making out class lists and AM/PM sessions for students.  More information will be shared with our K-2 Families in a separate email soon!   As we gear up to start school on Monday, please make sure to check the general channel of your students TEAM for their classroom and also their calendar for the newest schedule for specialists (Art, Music, PE, Library).  Across our district we have made changes to our specialists schedules, increasing their time to between 30-40 minutes, which means the schedule needed to change.  Specialists (Art, Music, PE, Library) are now scheduled throughout the day (between 8-2:30pm).  Your classroom teacher will remind students/families of this change and the specialists have created new meeting times and calendar invites for the classes.   Happy New Year All!
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The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.