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Elementary

Aloha Huber

Aloha-Huber K-8 School's attendance area is between two highways with a major arterial running down the middle. The neighborhood immediately around the school is walkable. The county has identified several projects that could increase walking and biking to the school. 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

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Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

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Barnes

Barnes Elementary School is in Washington County, and is sandwiched between three major arterials. The majority of students are bused. The school encourages families to use the busing offered to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and increase safety for all road users.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Barnes_ES_SRTS_2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan 

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Beaver Acres

At Beaver Acres Elementary the majority of students are bused. The school encourages families to use the busing service offered to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and increase safety for all road users.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Beaver Acres Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018


​Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Beaver Acres Arrival/Departure Plan 2015

Bethany

Bethany Elementary School's parents and Green Team is committed to having more families walk or bike to school to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and driveway which often spills out onto NW 174th Ave.

Bethany Elementary is the district's first Gold Level SRTS School!

The school team worked hard through 2017 to research, apply for and fund raise for a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB). This project was part of their Action Plan. Included in their action plan is pedestrian and bike safety lessons in PE classes, monthly walk and bike to school days and additional bike racks. 

Bethany Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Bethany_ES_SRTS_2017

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan 

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Bonny Slope

Bonny Slope was first opened in 2008. The school is located on NW McDaniel, a busy, narrow, no shoulder road with few paths or sidewalks. 

Bonny Slope Elementary completed their first Action Plan in 2010. A Preferred Travel Route Map was developed in 2012, and in 2015, a team representing the school, school district, Washington County Sheriff and Transportation Departments proposed Staggered Release as an solution to the increasing problem caused by too many vehicles dropping off and picking up students.

If parents wish to pick up students at dismissal time, they must park and meet students in lobby. Parent who wish to pick up students "valet" style, must wait until 3:20, when all buses have departed, to enter bus loop. 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

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Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival Plan- Drop-Off

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Departure Plan- Pick-Up

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Cedar Mill

Cedar Mill Elementary School is in Washington County, and several of students are bused to school because of the fast speeds and lack of infrastructure along Cornell Road and limited safe connections to the safer walkable area around the school. The school encourages families walk, bike or bus to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot, often spilling out on to Cornell Road, and increase safety for all road users.

The intersection of Cornell Road and 107th Avenue is currently offset and not signalized. Washington County will realign the intersection and install a traffic signal, which will include dedicated left turn lanes on Cornell Road for travelers turning onto 107th Avenue. As part of this project, continuous bicycle and pedestrian facilities will also be extended along Cornell Road from 107th to 102nd. See Project Page HERE.  

Cedar Mill Elementary completed their first Action Plan in 2018. 

Cedar Mill Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Cedar Mill Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Cedar Mill Arrival Departure Plan 2012

Chehalem

Chehalem Elementary School draws students from the surrounding school neighborhood and has had a history of Walking School Bus Days throughout the year.

The PTO promotes monthly Walk+ Roll Days.

The school does have a significant number of potential walkers and bikers and is working to increase these numbers to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot, often spilling out on to Davis, and increase safety for all road users.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Chehalem Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Chehalem Arrival/Departure Map 2015

Cooper Mountain

Cooper Mountain Elementary School draws students from walkable areas north and south of the school. Students to the north must cross Bany and 170th, and with trained crossing guards and frequent enforcement the users of this intersection are getting better at treating all road users with respect.

The PTO hosts monthly walk+roll to school days, rain or shine!
 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Cooper Mountain Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Cooper Mountain Arrival/Departure Plan

Elmonica

Elmonica Elementary School is committed to the safety of all students and wants to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot to increase safety for all. Staff at the school and district successfully started doing a staggered release in 2017 and continues to promote and encourage walking and biking as a good solution.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Elmonica Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Elmonica Arrival/Departure Plan

Errol Hassell

Errol Hassell Elementary School is in Washington County's CPO 6 and in a predominantly low-volume and speed walkable neighborhood.  The school is committed to the safety of all students and wants to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot to increase safety for all They encourage those who can walk and bike to do so, and take the bus if it's offered.  The PTO has been hosting their Walk+Bike to School Day since 2016.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Errol Hassell Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Errol Hassell Arrival/Departure Plan

Findley

Findley Elementary School is at the intersection of Saltzman and Thompson. The guards help students cross in all directions. Findley has been participating in Walk+Bike to School Day since 2009. The school is looking to promote safe walking and biking to improve conditions and to increase safety for all road users. Findley created their first Action Plan in 2010.

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Findley Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Findley Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Fir Grove

Fir Grove Elementary School has a large walkable and bikeable area in the Highland Neighborhood of Beaverton. The school has a weekly walking school bus, hosts community walk and bike rides and promotes safety through PE classes. 

Fir Grove has been participating in Walk+Bike to School Day since 2012. 

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Fir Grove Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Fir Grove Arrival/Departure Plan 2016

Greenway

Greenway Elementary School has a large walkable and bikeable area in the Greenway Neighborhood of Beaverton. The crossing guards helps students cross Greenway and 125th on routes to school and Downing in front of the school. The school continues to promote safe walking and biking to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and to increase safety for all road users.

Greenway’s first Walk+Bike to School Day was 2015.

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Greenway Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Greenway Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Hazeldale

Hazeldale Elementary School is in CPO 6 and the walkable and bikeable areas are immediately around the school on both sides of Farmington Road. With the re-build of the school in 2018, the school community looks forward to returning to their school in September.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Hazeldale Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Hazeldale Arrival/Departure Plan 2018

Hiteon

Hiteon Elementary School has a large walkable and bikeable area in the South Beaverton Neighborhood. The crossing guards help student cross Brockman in front of the school and cross Davis to the west. The school works with the city to encourage and enforce safe and responsible arrival and departure procedures to help increase safety for all road users going to the school and travelling through the community.  ​

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Hiteon Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Hiteon Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Jacob Wismer

Jacob Wismer Elementary School has a large walkable and bikeable area in CPO 7 of Washington County. The crossing guards help student cross Skycrest at Crady and Wendy Lane at Crady. The school continues to promote safe walking and biking to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and to increase safety for all road users. 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Jacob Wismer Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Jacob Wismer Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

 

Kinnaman

Kinnaman Elementary School is located in CPO 6 of Washington County and has a challenging walkable and bikeable area. The crossing guards help student cross Kinnaman and cross the parking lot in front of the school. The school agrees that increased walking and biking where it’s safe would improve conditions in the clogged parking lot, as would increased traffic and speed enforcement along Kinnaman.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Kinnaman Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Kinnaman ArrivalDeparture Plan 2012

McKay

McKay Elementary School is located in the Denny, Whitford, Raleigh West Neighborhood of Beaverton and has a challenging walkable and bikeable area because it fronts on Scholls Ferry Road. The school agrees that increased walking and biking where it’s safe would improve conditions in the clogged parking lot, as would increased speed enforcement along Scholls Ferry. ​

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

McKay Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

McKay Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

McKinley

McKinley Elementary School is in CPO 7 of Washington County and its walkable area is to the east of the school. It has a large bus area due to being located between 185th, Walker and Cornell. The school recently separated the car pick up time and the walk, bike and bus departure time. This change immediately improved the conditions for all modes and increased safety and flow along 185th. The school agrees that increased walking and biking where it’s safe would improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and is working to increase this through education and encouragement. ​

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

McKinley Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

McKinley Arrival/Departure Plan 2015

Montclair

Montclair Elementary is in the City of Beaverton while all roads surrounding the school are controlled by Washington County. The school attendance boundary includes the Denny- Whitford Neighborhoods and the Vermont/ Oleson intersection is the primary concern. The school has a small parking lot, a long entrance road with narrow access turns. The school is looking to prioritize walking/ biking and busing and hoping to decrease single passenger trips to school to alleviate the clogged parking lot.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Montclair Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Montclair Arrival/Departure Plan 2015

Nancy Ryles

Nancy Ryles Elementary School is in Neighbors Southwest of Beaverton and its large walkable area is mainly to the south and east of the school. The school agrees that increased walking and biking where it’s safe and taking the bus when it’s available would improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and increase safety for all travel modes. The school closes the parking lot to cars for arrival and departure times so bus, bikes and walkers can travel safely. 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Nancy Ryles Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Nancy Ryles Arrival/Departure Plan 2015

Oak Hills

Oak Hills Elementary is in Washington County in CPO 7. The school has students attending from the immediate neighborhood and from across Bethany Boulevard. Bethany Blvd has been recently upgraded to 4 lanes plus a turning lane, sidewalks plus bike lanes. The intersection crossing Bethany leading to the school is now fully engineered and has two crossing guards. 356 students lost bus service when the district reviewed the school's supplemental plan and determined this crossing acceptable for elementary students.

They developed preferred walking and biking maps in 2012, including arrival/ departure maps and updated those in 2015 to reflect elimination of the buses and to help the families now walking or biking. The school is looking to prioritize walking/ biking and busing and hoping to decrease single passenger trips to school to alleviate the clogged parking lot.

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Oak Hills Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Oak Hills Arrival/Departure Plan 2016

Raleigh Hills

Raleigh Hills K-8 School is in CPO 3 and draws students from both CPO 2 and 3. The school is entirely  served by school buses and does not have a preferred walk/bike map. The school encourages bus use to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot, increase safety for all travel modes on school grounds and along Scholls Ferry.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Raleigh Hills Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Raleigh Park

Raleigh Park Elementary School is in CPO 3 and draws students from the neighborhood south of the school. The school encourages students to use buses when available and walk or bike when able to do so safely to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and increase safety for all travel modes.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Raleigh Park Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Raleigh Park Arrival/Departure Plan

Ridgewood

Ridgewood Elementary is in CPO 1 in Washington County and is in a neighborhood with low traffic and many neighborhood streets without sidewalks but with low traffic. The school attendance boundary includes neighborhoods across Hwy 217 and Hwy 26 and has several buses.

​The school completed an Action Plan in 2010 and developed preferred walking and biking maps in 2012, including arrival/ departure maps, and updated it in 2016. The school has a small parking lot with challenging access turns. The school is looking to prioritize walking/ biking and busing and hoping to decrease single passenger trips to school to alleviate the clogged parking lot

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Ridgewood Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Ridgewood Arrival/Departure Plan 2016

Rock Creek

Rock Creek Elementary is in CPO 7 in Washington County and is in a neighborhood with low traffic and many neighborhood streets without sidewalks but with low traffic. The school attendance boundary includes neighborhoods across east of 185th that requires busing.
The school is looking to prioritize walking/ biking and busing and hoping to decrease single passenger trips to school to alleviate the clogged parking lot and streets during arrival and departure times.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Rock Creek Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Rock Creek Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Sato

Sato Elementary School opened in the fall of 2017 as the Beaverton School District's 34th elementary school. It is in the rapidly growing North Bethany area. It presently is 100% bused, and will increase walking opportunities as development and infrastructure catches up. 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Sato Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Scholls Heights

Scholls Heights Elementary is in Neighbors Southwest in the newly annexed area of Beaverton. Presently, the walkable area is in the immediate vicinity of the school and the majority of the busing serves the neighborhoods south of Scholls Ferry Road.

With new developments in the South Cooper Mountain area, school is looking to prioritize walking/ biking and busing and hoping to decrease single passenger trips to school to alleviate the clogged parking lot and streets especially during arrival and departure times.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Scholls Heights Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Map

Scholls Heights Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Sexton Mountain

Sexton Mountain completed their first Action Plan in 2010 and the preferred travel map and arrival departure maps were produced in 2012. The school's SRTS team updated their action plan in 2016 and prioritized projects and activities to increase walking and biking to school on a regular basis. 

Sexton Mountain started a Walking School bus program in 2011 and now meets every Tuesday and Thursday. On some days there can be over 100 walkers on “The Bus” and up to 70% of the students participating on event days. Biking to Sexton Mountain is also popular and safety of all modes is promoted throughout the year.

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Sexton Mountain Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Sexton Mountain Arrival/Departure Plan 2015

Springville

Springville K-8 School is in CPO 7 in Washington County and is in a neighborhood that is rapidly developing.  There are good walking and biking routes surrounding the school, and the school is looking to prioritize walking/ biking and busing and hoping to decrease vehicle trips to school to alleviate the clogged parking lot and streets during arrival and departure times.

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Springville Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Map

Springville Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Terra Linda

Terra Linda Elementary School is in CPO 1 in Washington County and most of the walkable, bikeable neighborhoods are to the east of the school. The school’s team is working on an action plan to educate and encourage parents and students to walk and bike more.

​The school has prioritized walking, biking and busing and has separated these modes in their parking lot.
The school encourages parking and going to meet/greet students instead of waiting in the pick-up line with the Go Park Flyer. 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Terra Linda Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Terra Linda Arrival/Departure Plan 2015

 

Vose

Vose Elementary School is the Vose Neighborhood in Beaverton. The school has a large walkable and bikeable area and has crossing guards in front of school to help students cross Denny. The school has prioritized walking, biking and busing to reduce the problems associated with spill out on to Denny Road.

The new school opened September 2017 and the staff and new PTO is excited to promote the physical and academic benefits of increased physical activity. 

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Vose Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival Plan

Vose Arrival Plan 2015

Departure Plan

Vose Departure Plan 2015

West Tualatin View

West Tualatin View Elementary School is CPO 1 of Washington County. The school’s walkable and bikeable area is mainly to the north and west of the school. West TV was the first school within Beaverton School District to have a SRTS grant. This allowed the school to host regular Walk to School Days, education activities and published walking/ biking routes to the school.

Washington County took note and has built several of the missing sidewalks and crossings. The school has prioritized walking, biking and busing to increase safety and efficiency of the parking lot and reduce traffic problems along Leahy. 

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

West TV Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2017

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

West TV Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

William Walker

William Walker Elementary is being re-built over the 2018-19 school year. Check back fall 2019 for updated maps!

Middle

Cedar Park

Cedar Park Middle School draws from a large area and has 23 regular buses serving the attendance area situated in a neighborhood just south-west of the Highway 26 and Hwy 217 interchange. The school does have a significant number of potential active commuters and is working to increase these numbers to improve conditions in the clogged roads and parking lot, and increase safety for all road users.
Park Way is a major bike route for cyclists travelling between Beaverton and Portland. 

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Cedar Park Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Cedar Park Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Connestoga

Conestoga Middle School draws students from a large area with a significant number of students coming from the walkable and bikeable neighborhoods to the north of Scholls Ferry. The school promotes safe walking and biking to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot to increase safety for all road users.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Connestoga Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival Plan

Connestoga Arrival Plan 2015

Departure Plan

Connestoga Departure Plan 2015

Five Oaks

Five Oaks Middle School is in CPO 7 and the walkable and bikeable areas are mostly to the west of 173rd and are helped crossing with a full crossing and guard in front of school.  The school continues to promote safe walking and biking to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and to increase safety for all road users. ​

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Five Oaks Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Five Oaks Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Highland Park

Highland Park Middle School has a large walkable and bikeable area in the Highland Neighborhood of Beaverton. There are several trails linking the good routes to the school. The school continues to promote safe walking and biking to improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and to increase safety for all road users. ​

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Highland Park Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Highland Park Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Meadow Park

Meadow Park Middle School is in CPO 1 of Washington County and its walkable area is to the north and west of the school. It has a large bus area due to being located between Highway 26, Walker and Murray. The school agrees that increased walking and biking where it’s safe and taking the bus when it’s available would improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and increase safety for all travel modes.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Meadow Park Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Meadow Park Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Mountain View

Mountain View Middle School is in CPO 6 of Washington County and its large walkable area is to the south of Farmington both east and west of the school. The school agrees that increased walking and biking where it’s safe and taking the bus when it’s available would improve conditions in the clogged parking lot and increase safety for all travel modes.

In 2014, a select group of students created videos, with the Oregon Department of Transportation, to promote the dangers of distracted walking. 

Action Plan

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Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Mountain View Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Mountain View Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

Stoller

Stoller Middle School is in CPO 7 in Washington County and is in a neighborhood that is rapidly developing.  There are good walking routes in neighborhoods surrounding the school, and crossing guards at major crossings. 

​The school has prioritized walking, biking and busing and allows these modes to leave the school first and delay vehicle pick up until 4pm. This operation reduces the congestion on Laidlaw and allows for a smoother departure procedure for all travel modes.

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Stoller Preferred Walk/bike Map

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Stoller Arrival/Departure Plan 2016

Whitford

Whitford Middle School is located in the Denny, Whitford, Raleigh West Neighborhood of Beaverton and has a challenging walkable and bikeable area because it fronts on Scholls Ferry Road. The school agrees that increased walking and biking where it’s safe would improve conditions in the clogged parking lot, as would increased traffic and speed enforcement along Scholls Ferry. ​

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Whitford Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Arrival/Departure Plan

Whitford Arrival/Departure Plan 2012

High

Aloha

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Aloha High School Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Beaverton

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Beaverton High School Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Mountainside

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Mountainside High School Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Southridge

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Southridge High School Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Sunset

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Sunset High School Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.

Westview

Preferred Walk/Bike Map

Westview High School Preferred Walk/Bike Map 2018

Beaverton School District (BSD) strongly encourages parents and caregivers to use this map to find a good route from your home to school. However, new hazards or conditions may arise; parents and children should exercise common sense when using these maps and recommended routes. In general, we recommend that you budget 20-30 minutes for each mile of walking. Time needed may vary depending on traffic and/or terrain. We also suggest that parents/caregivers travel the route initially to explore the best route and the safety skills needed to be used on the route. BSD does not maintain or supervise the routes provided in this map. The District is not responsible for students when they are walking either to or from school. If you see problems along identified suggested routes, please contact BSD Public Safety at bsd_public_safety@beaverton.k12.or.us *Sidewalk coverage provided by Metro, is subject to change.