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About Bellevue Public Schools

About Bellevue Public Schools

Bellevue Public Schools is proud to serve the educational needs of the Bellevue/Offutt Community. The BPS District has just over 10,000 students; there are 2 high schools, 3 middle schools, and 15 elementary schools in the BPS District serving PK-12th grade. The district is accredited by the state of Nebraska and AdvancED, a global accreditation agency. Bellevue provides a comprehensive education program designed to meet the needs of all students. The district-guided, teacher-written curriculum is aligned with Nebraska state standards. Extensive extra-curricular activities provide students with multiple opportunities to participate. Each year Bellevue students earn state and national recognition in such diverse fields as engineering, science, communication arts, vocal music, band, JROTC, industrial arts, and athletics.

 

 Purpose

The purpose of the Bellevue Public Schools is to provide a comprehensive education designed to challenge each student and to instill the life skills necessary for personal success.

 

 Direction

Bellevue Board of Education’s direction is to:

• provide all students an equal opportunity for a rigorous, challenging, and relevant education for the 21st century;

• provide all students with skills needed for personal success and responsible citizenship in a global society;

• provide all students equity in facilities and programs;

• provide a safe and secure environment;

• promote health and wellness awareness;

• partner with the Bellevue/Offutt Community to build lifelong learners;

• participate in local, state, and national governance activities; and

• maintain a strong financial position from all sources.

 

Bellevue Board of Education Strategic Plan
Adopted November, 2007
Revised October, 2012

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