October 31, 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,

 

I wanted to take a moment to give a shout out to our wonderful PTA for organizing a very successful Trunk or Treat event last Friday. We knew that we would have a lot of students and families attend the event and it was so much fun to see students and families gathered all together as a community for the first time in a while. Thank you, everyone, for attending and continuing to keep our community safe by wearing masks and socially distancing. 

 

In partnership,

 

Chhoun Mey, Principal

Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal

Outdoor Lunch We are moving into the colder months in the PNW. If you have had your students eating outside or would like them to eat outside, they will continue to eat in our undercover area. Please have students bring thicker jackets to keep warm while eating outdoors. 
COVID Mitigating Measure

One of our continued goals is to maintain health and safety as a top priority. One of our mitigating measures we are required to implement per WADOH is to make sure students who may not feel well or are sick to stay home and follow the correct quarantine and isolation requirements. If your student is staying home, please notify us by either calling or emailing. 

 

(425) 456-4303

WilburtonAttendance@bsd405.org

 

 

Join the PTA

A great way to support our school community is to join the PTA. The PTA partners closely with school staff to provide extracurricular activities, community events, and support school wide events. 

 

To join, please click on this link.

Dates to Remember

Check out our Calendar

  • November 11, No School (Veteran’s Day)
  • November 25, 26 No School (Thanksgiving)

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.