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March 18, 2022 – Wilburton Community Newsletter

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A Note from the Administration

Chhoun Mey, Principal

Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal

Dear Wilburton Families and Parents,


Thank you families and parents for supporting our school community in having important conversations about the personal decision around masking. These conversations at home coupled with discussions and lessons at school facilitated by teachers have contributed to a very smooth transition from our required indoor masking policy to the change this week of making masking optional at school. Students have adjusted to the new shift with lots of kindness, understanding and inclusiveness. 


In partnership,


Chhoun Mey, Principal

Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal

COVD Safety Protocols (Updated)




Exclusion of Individuals with Symptoms and Isolation 

  • Individuals with COVID symptoms are required to stay home  and should get tested and/or see a health care provider
  • Individuals who test positive are required to isolate for 5 days, per prior guidance, 
    • REQUIRED to wear a well-fitting mask for days 6-10 –OR-
    • Test negative after day 5 with an antigen test

        *If an individual does not want to wear a mask, they will complete the 10 day isolation period at home

  • Isolation rooms are required
    • Individuals that are isolated due to COVID symptoms must wear masks
    • Individuals that are in a nurse/health room must wear masks 
    • Anyone providing care in the isolation room must wear appropriate PPE. 


Requirement for notification for individuals following exposure


  • An online dashboard of cases or outbreaks meets this requirement
  • Individual contact tracing is not required in all instances.  May be required by Public Health- Seattle King County in certain cases, e.g. during an outbreak
  • All exposed individuals, regardless of vaccination status, may continue to take part in all in-person instruction, care, extra-curricular activities, etc.  
  • Communication to immunocompromised individuals will be provided via email.  
Reminder – No Shared Food at School Food at School 


Other than snack, food will not be given out to or shared at school with students for any reason by staff members unless there is a specific reason and parents have been notified and it is a mutual agreement. This includes celebrations at school (such as a classroom earned party, whole school event, etc.). 


This rule is to protect the health of all our students and staff, especially those with various food allergies. 


This information can be found in our Family Handbook located on our school’s website

Preschool Registration is Open BSD Preschool Registration is now open! Please click here to register! Contact elp@bsd.405 with questions.

  • Convenient locations in BSD elementary schools
  • Qualified and caring BSD educators
  • Tuition assistance for qualified families
  • Spanish and Mandarin curricula
  • Preschool – K curricula alignment for kindergarten readiness 
  • A fun first school experience that promotes adaptive and social skills
  • Extend childcare hours available
2022-2023 Enrollment Now Open It is Time to Enroll New Students


New student enrollment (including incoming kindergarteners) for the 2022-2023 school year is now open at While you may enroll your students later, enrolling now helps the district ensure we have the correct staffing to support your students with the smallest classes possible. 


If your student is already enrolled in a BSD school, you do not need to submit a new enrollment. They will automatically move up to the next grade. 


Thank you.  


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BOOM Presents: Black History BEYOND February  Black History Beyond February


BOOM Presents: 


A Virtual Tour of Montgomery, Alabama, from Enslavement to Modern Day: Expanding Upon the Narrative

Proudly sponsored by: BSD Equity & Family Engagement

ALL are welcome: Students, family, community, and educators

Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2022, 5:00 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.


Please register and join here: Registration Link & Teams Meeting Link


Dr. Terry Anne Scott will take participants on a virtual tour of Montgomery, Alabama to explore the history of African Americans in the city. This virtual walking tour will allow the audience to grasp a wider understanding of the historical significance of the events that unfolded in Montgomery, from enslavement through the modern day, and how they helped shape modern-day race relations. Participants will come away with an increased body of knowledge to continue expanding on the complexities of these historical events.


Learn more on the BSD website.

PTA See’s Candy Fundraiser and Yearbook Cover Contest

Are you needing some yummy treats for an Easter basket, gift or maybe just for yourself? Check out what See’s has for sale by clicking the link below and helping raise money for our school at the same time! Our fundraiser runs from 3/16/21 to 3/25/21.


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

  • April 11 –  April 15: Spring Break (No School)
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.