The School Board uses this page to share our thoughts, direction, and decisions on important District issues.
Whereas, 28 years ago Oregon voters passed Measure 5 unintentionally reducing revenues to Oregon schools, a reduction that has yet to be reversed.
Whereas, reduced revenues have led to a shortened school year, larger class sizes, cuts to library, art, music...
The Beaverton School Board believes that regular student attendance is essential for ensuring our students are on-track to learn and succeed. We know students who routinely attend school are more likely to achieve academic success, graduate from high school, and...
The Beaverton School Board directs staff to implement the board-adopted district goal to "empower all students for post-high school success." As part of that effort, the board adopted a Resolution in Support of Immigrant Students and their Families on December...
In the Beaverton School District, we are very fortunate to have seven school board members who are committed to helping every
student reach their full potential; Chair, Anne Bryan, Vice Chair,
Becky Tymchuk and members, Tom Colett, Susan...
As school board members, we know that the choices made this legislative session are critical for Oregon, our public education system, and the future of our children. Lawmakers in Salem have only a few weeks left to balance the state...
The Beaverton School District is home to many immigrant children from all over the world and those students may or may not have documented status. The District is committed to the success of every student and strives to empower all...
On April 1, 2016 Superintendent Jeff Rose provided a written resignation to the Beaverton School District, effective June 1, 2016. The School Board is grateful for his work in the District and now begins the process to hire a new...
The Beaverton School District has started to execute a 3-year plan to reduce overcrowding. Here are the highlights:
There is no more important work than that of our teachers. Beaverton School District is fortunate to have teachers who spend countless hours preparing lessons, evaluating progress, counseling and coaching students with widely differing backgrounds and needs.
The contributions of...
At its April 27, 2015 meeting, the Beaverton School Board
approved changes to Supplemental Transportation Plans, eliminating bus
transportation for more than 1000 students beginning September, 2015.
Oregon law provides transportation funding for students who
travel more than one mile to...
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