Congratulations to six BSD students who won awards at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair.
At the direction of the Oregon Department of Education and Washington County Public Health Department, BSD is no longer requiring a five-day isolation period for those infected with COVID-19.
OPEN TO ALL BSD STUDENTS: Mountainside High School is hosting a panel event highlighting opportunities at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2023 Verna Bailey Be the Change Award.
Do you have a student considering attending college after high school and would like to learn more about what colleges are seeking in an applicant?
Today's "GRADitude" senior is Annabelle Gump from ACMA. Annabelle chose to thank science teacher Adam Kraxberger for making high school academics "not so scary."
STEAM night at Kinnaman Elementary School is a chance for students to learn about different STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) opportunities in the community.
Today's "GRADitude" senior from Beaverton High School, Emile Bejarano, chose to thank art teacher, Emily Lux, for her light and inspiration. Watch his heartfelt thank you.
Different is normal, and it's okay to make mistakes. These are just a few of the life lessons Westview senior Ariel Cota learned from school counselor Ricardo Torres. Take a look!
Students across the district are using new musical instruments, thanks to the 2022 Bond. Check out Aloha High School band students making the most out of the new additions.
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