Family Resources

April 2020

BSD COVID-19 Information & Resources

Click here for information on connecting with health and social service organizations.

Internet Access

During the closure, all Beaverton schools have available wireless networks from the exterior of the building. There are 2 wireless networks:

  • BSD User: For staff, students, and devices owned by the Beaverton School District
  • BSD Visitor: Publicly available wireless internet access

Some informational resources are available for families seeking internet access based upon summaries taken from vendor web pages. Check the vendor web page for the most current information.

Student Help Desk

If students are experiencing technical issues with their devices, contact the Student Help Desk. Be sure to include a student/parent name, school, student ID number (same as the lunch number), and a phone contact number.

Monday-Friday 8:30-3:30 p.m.


Please visit this link for more information.

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Grab & Go Meals

Grab and Go meals (containing breakfast and lunch) are served curbside Monday-Friday at several schools. Click here for locations

Visit the BSD meal delivery site map for an interactive map with locations offering bus stop delivery.

There are now TWO locations near Terra Linda:

  • Sunset High School
  • NW 128th north of NW Westlawn Terrace

Children do not need to be present to pick up food. Adults need to provide their full name in order to pick up food for children who are not present.

If you are in need of other food resources, please refer to the BSD Community Resources page.

Daycare for first responders, emergency workers, health care professionals

The Beaverton School District, in partnership with the Oregon Department of Education and the Early Learning Division will help families who are working on the front lines access child care. You can find more information on the Emergency Child Care page.

First responders, emergency workers, and health care professionals can also contact the following:

  • Champions Daycare/KinderCare at (503) 568-5130 to share locations that have availability.

  • ClubK at (503) 643-9059 or

Washington County Resources

Check out this link: Washington County Resources

It includes links to food and other community resources that are updated frequently.

Mental Health & Washington County Services

We know that these are stressful times for everyone. Below are some updates from our community regarding accessing behavioral health and other basic county services.

The Hawthorn Walk-in Center is closed until further notice for walk-in care, but they are available for phone and video supports. Please call the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111 to access services. The crisis line will work to determine the best option for response. This may include phone support to address concerns.

If you are already connected to a mental health provider, please contact them first for support. While some offices may be closed, most providers are still offering telephone support to their enrolled clients.

Updates to all Washington County public services can be found here:
The District prohibits discrimination and harassment based on any basis protected by law, including but not limited to, an individual's actual or perceived race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin, marital status, age, mental or physical disability, pregnancy, familial status, economic status, veteran status, or because of a perceived or actual association with any other persons within these protected classes.