Newly-released graduation rates for the 2021-2022 school year show that students in the Beaverton School District exceeded state averages for Oregon across all student groups in the four-year cohort (students graduating in four years since entering 9th grade) and across all student groups with the exception of students who have migrant status in the five-year cohort (students graduating in five years since entering in 9th grade).
The District is currently seeking feedback from the BSD community as it relates to the Quality Curriculum Cycle process and the World Language Adoption to be implemented in the Fall of 2023.
As of this week, the Beaverton School District stopped using petroleum-based diesel fuel in its school buses in favor of renewable diesel.
We hope you all enjoyed a safe and healthy winter break with your family and friends. We’re eager to welcome back students
Cooper Mountain Elementary celebrated Lunar New Year by learning about Chinese paper cutting and welcoming Portland author Dane Liu.
It's a bonus for the teachers and the students, both big and little. Take a look!
See how Whitford Middle School students, staff and families are reimagining their school, thanks to the 2022 Bond.
In honor of School Board Recognition Month, we’d like to introduce you to one of our board members, Susan Greenberg.
Hiteon Elementary students have a "soft start" to their day. What does that mean? Watch and see how important it can be for students to ease into their daily learning.
"At Beaverton School District, all students belong. We embrace, honor and celebrate our differences — race, color, ethnicity, nationality, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and language. We're committed to eliminating the structures, policies and practices that perpetuate inequalities in our schools and causes these differences to become predictors of future success. At BSD, all students are learners, capable of limitless possibilities.”
Dr. Gustavo Balderas, Superintendent