We are releasing an updated calendar for the 2023-2024 school year that aligns with other districts. Winter break will be a week earlier, starting Monday, December 18, 2023 through Monday, January 1, 2024.
Superintendent Dr. Gustavo Balderas has been elected as the 2023-2024 president-elect of AASA, The School Superintendents Association, the nation’s premier organization representing more than 13,000 public school superintendents nationwide.
In 2021, the District moved to a grading scale that no longer included an F and instead ran A-D. Students who did not earn a D or better but who had submitted at least one piece of evidence toward a standard were given an I (Incomplete).
As part of the Behavioral Health and Wellness Quality Curriculum Cycle, there will be an in-person materials preview session on March 13 from 2-4 p.m. at the District Administrative Office, 1260 NW Waterhouse Ave. in Beaverton.
There will be no school on Tuesday, April 4 for 9th and 12th graders at comprehensive high schools (Aloha, Beaverton, Mountainside, Southridge, Sunset and Westview) and 6-9th and 12th graders at option schools (ACMA, BASE, FLEX, ISB and Community School).
Aloha High School will look a bit different in the future due to a front office project, thanks to the 2022 Bond.
Findley Elementary fourth graders take a field trip to the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City. See what they learned about life on the Oregon Trail.
West Tualatin View Elementary School started a skateboarding unit in their P.E. classes. Besides tricks and carves, find out what else the kids are learning while riding their boards!
Rock violinist? Yep, hear why students at William Walker Elementary School were tapping their toes at this week's all-school assembly.
The Automotive Technology program at Aloha High School allows kids to participate in hands-on learning in a real world environment.
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"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
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