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Bellevue Public Schools Coronavirus (COVID-19) Reference Guide

This page will be where students, families, staff and the community can come for the latest information and links related to BPS' Coronavirus (COVID-19) plans.

The health and safety of our students and staff is our priority at Bellevue Public Schools. 

The District continues to work to monitor national and international developments related to COVID-19. We are in regular contact with state and local health officials.

 

Bellevue Public Schools’ Welcome Center & all BPS buildings are open.

The health and safety of our students, staff and families remain our top priority, and the latest health directives will be followed. All visitors must wear a mask while inside the building and we ask that visitors please limit to one person per household.

We continue to enroll students into BPS, including Kindergartners, for 2020-21 school year. For more information on this process you can continue to email: bps.enrollment@bpsne.net or call 402-827-8554.

In following the most current DHM's and NSAA guidelines, transitions to the use of high school weight rooms, fields, etc. for high school student athletics that began July 1st. Parents/Guardians will be required to sign a waiver to allow their student(s) to participate.   

BPS Foundation Kids' Time Program: To register for the fall or obtain more information, please contact Kids' Time Program Director, Dani Moss at danielle.moss@bpsne.net

Meal Supports

FoodBank for the Heartland has several drive-through food distributions scheduled across the metro area, as well as several food pantry partners also providing food for community members. Additional information here:  https://foodbankheartland.org/covid-19/

High School Highlights

Graduation: To the Class of 2020, we are so proud of the hard work you have demonstrated over the years, your accomplishments, and the strength you’re showing through this challenging time.

Click here to view the Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Ceremonies

Click here to view the Class of 2020 In-Person Graduation Ceremonies

High School Athletics: In following the most current DHM's and NSAA guidelines, transitions to the use of high school weight rooms, fields, etc. for high school student athletics that began July 1st. Parents/Guardians will be required to sign a waiver to allow their student(s) to participate.

Student Learning Resources
Bellevue Public Schools has created core learning engagement opportunities for students and parents to use during the extended school closure. These resources will be updated and distributed weekly for students to participate in the provided student engagement schedule with educational opportunities that include extensions and enrichment activities designed for students to review and practice previously taught concepts. Learning opportunities completed at home will not be graded since not all students have the ability to submit work electronically. Digital access to these learning resources is available below.

 Click here for Student Learning Resources

What can you do?
The best way to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus is to prevent the spread of germs. We encourage families to partner with us in the effort and talk with your children.

  • Good hand washing with soap for at least 20 seconds. Particularly after going to the bathroom, before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
  • Keeping hands away from nose, mouth, and eyes.
  • Avoid close contact with sick people (recommended 6 ft away).
  • Stay home and keep your children home when sick.
  • Remind children the importance of using healthy behavior at school.

Where can I find more information? 

Contact Us:

Not sure who to contact, you can use our Let’s Talk feature.

 

Bellevue Public Schools will communicate relevant updates to staff, students, and families on a regular basis. Look to official district channels (email, district website, social media) for information. 

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