BUSD Parent/Student Agreements
Bellevue Union School District is going through an exciting period of growth and educational development. We adopted a new Common Core English Language Arts curriculum for the 2013-14 school year, a new Mathematics curriculum in 2014-15, a Dual Immersion Program, reinvigorated GATE Program, the BUSD Early Learning Center (ELC), and new preschools for fall 2016. Our technology infrastructure is keeping abreast of California Common Core requirements with Chromebooks and iPads district wide. Our 3-6 grade are learning in a 1:1 environment, with a goal to have one device per student. Chorus is available to 3rd-6th grade students after school at all sites and ArtAttack is being incorporated into classrooms.
In 2015 we started some long needed upgrades and retrofits at our school sites and in Spring 2016 we began the awaited retrofit of our Kawana campus and construction of the ELC site on Moraga Drive. Affordable after school care is available at Meadow View and Taylor Mountain school sites and school libraries are open a half hour before school starts for early arrivals.
BUSD continues to offer:
Should you decide your child will not be attending a school of residence in our district or experiencing one of our award winning teachers, you must complete an inderdistrict enrollment request annually.
The Bellevue Union School Board feels kindergartners benefit from attendance at their neighborhood schools, as such interdistrict requests for kindergartners are denied.
Starting in the 2014-15 school year the Bellevue Union School District has instituted a 3% of estimated daily attendance cap on all approved interdistrict requests and annual renewals.
Outgoing interdistrict requests for the following school year will be approved or denied starting in February based on Board Policy 5117.
Please read Board Policy 5117 before completing your form.
Please complete your form in its entirety.