Applications for the 2024-2025 school year are now available. All applicants must reside within BSD boundaries. Resident students not currently attending a BSD school will need to complete a paper application.
Beaverton School District is teaming up with Toyota for a "Spread the Warmth" coat drive to benefit Clothes for Kids, a district-run program that provides free clothing and shoes to BSD students in need.
The mission of the Wellness Policy Committee is to provide engagement around the District's Wellness Policy. Under the direction of the Administrator of Nutrition Services, the Committee will provide consensus recommendations.
For several years, BSD has been evaluating a change in school start and end times — what we refer to as our “bell schedule.”
The Beaverton School District is seeking applicants for Language Arts and English Language Proficiency (LA/ELP) Curriculum Adoption Committee.
And the next Oregon Kid Governor is... Zoya Shah, a fifth grader at Findley Elementary! Take a look at the celebration and learn more about her platform.
Take a look at the new project that will add a much-needed gym and additional classrooms to Stoller Middle School, thanks to the 2022 Bond.
As we celebrate Native American Heritage Month, take a look at the Native Culture Day recently held at Terra Nova. It was chance to share and connect with community and culture.
Every week, students from Community School at Merlo Station Campus take some time to visit kindergarteners at nearby Beaver Acres Elementary. See why it's beneficial for all students involved!
From studying biology in the jungles of Brazil to the Beaverton School District, learn more about Carolina Cavedon's journey to become principal of Hazeldale Elementary School.
"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