BSD Briefs

August 19, 2019

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District Goal: WE empower all students to achieve post-high school success.

Online Registration & Back-to-School Verification Now Available!

New student registration and current student Back-to-School Verification can be completed online. Check out our Online Registration webpage to get started. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), a Parent Video, and next steps information are available to help you through the process.

Registering a new student

As a new BSD parent who has never had a child in one of our schools, the registration process will create an online registration account. Current BSD parents registering a NEW student in one of our schools, use your ParentVUE login to register.

During your online registration process, you may be asked to provide information or upload documents about the following information:

Who can register:

  • Only custodial parents can enroll their child(ren) in a Beaverton school

What you will need to register:

  • Proof of student's birthdate (birth certificate, hospital record, passport, or baptismal record)

  • Proof of address (rental agreement, utility bill, etc.)

  • Immunization records


  • At least one emergency contact - including address and phone number

  • Physician and dentist phone numbers

Back-to-School Verification:

Online Enrollment Verification is available online. BSD parents and guardians have the ability to verify their child(ren)'s enrollment information through the parent portal, ParentVUE. This annual paper process was formerly a part of the Back-to-School packet that was brought home for parents/guardians to review, update and return to the school. Verification of enrollment can now be completed online each year. Feel free to watch a helpful video to help you through the process.

Who can verify:

  • Only custodial parents can verify their child(ren)’s Beaverton School District enrollment information.

What you need to verify:

  • A ParentVUE account

    • Don’t have a ParentVUE account? Contact your child’s school to get one activated.

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Each year as summer draws to a close, teachers, parents, and students alike all begin their back-to-school preparations. Whether you are sending your child off to Pre-K for the first time, readying a classroom for a new set of students, or attending your freshman year of high school, there's a lot to prepare for. Check out these resources that can help make sure you are ready to make this school year one of the best.

Back-to-School Information for the 2019-2020 school year is now available. Included you will find:

  • Online Registration & Back-to-school Enrollment

  • School schedules - first day of school

  • WE Welcome you to Kindergarten

  • Early Learning (Pre-K)

  • Volunteer Information

  • District Calendar

  • Student Accident Insurance

  • Useful Links for Families (Parent Apps & Resources, School Directory, Enrolling your Child, Find your student's school, Student and Family Handbook, Kindergarten Information, District Calendars, Student Services, Student Programs, Multilingual Department, Nutrition Services, Special Education, Transportation, Transfer Information, Option School Information, Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment, School Board)

  • Clothes Closet Information

  • McKinney-Vento Homeless Program Information

  • Multilingual Department

  • School Board

  • District Goal & Strategic Plan

The packet is online on the Beaverton School District website, and can be found at:

For more information, please contact the Communications & Community Involvement Department at 503-356-4360.

2019-2020 Nutrition Services Information

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Beaverton School District’s Nutrition Services (NS) Department serves meals that meet nutritional standards set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. These meals are funded from USDA reimbursements and meal sales. Breakfast and lunch are served at all schools.

Note: If your student does not bring a meal from home and has a zero cafeteria account balance, then the District Meal Charging Procedures will be followed.

For the school year 2019-2020, breakfast and lunch will be accessible at no charge to students who qualify for reduced price meals. The Oregon Legislature has provided funds to cover the costs of these meals.

Children may be eligible to receive free school meals. Please visit the Meal Benefits webpage for eligibility requirements.

For questions, please contact the Nutrition Services Meal Benefits Office:

Beaverton School District Clothes Closet Opens August 28

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The Beaverton School District Clothes Closet will reopen on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. The program is located in portables on the west side of the District Administration Center, 16550 SW Merlo Rd., and is open on Wednesdays through June 3, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Families should arrive no later than 6:30 p.m. to plan to be done shopping by closing time. Admit Slips are required. Please see the school office or counselor for and admit slip.

Middle School Boundary Adjustment

Parents and community members of the Beaverton School District are encouraged to apply to serve on the Beaverton School District Middle School Boundary Adjustment Advisory Committee.

The District will open a new middle school to students in August 2021. The new middle school is located on NW 118th Avenue in the Timberland neighborhood. Opening the new middle school will require the creation of a new middle school attendance boundary which will necessitate a comprehensive review of all existing middle school attendance boundaries by the Advisory Committee.

The Committee work will begin in October 2019 and will conclude by March 2020. The committee will meet two times per month, typically on Thursday evenings.

For more information, and how to apply, please visit the Middle School Boundary webpage.

BSD Special Education Dept. Seeks Applicants for Special Education Parent/Guardian Advisory Committee

Parents and guardians of students eligible for Special Education Services are encouraged to apply to serve on the Beaverton School District Special Education Parent/Guardian Advisory Council.

The Special Education Parent Advisory Council meets once a month from 4:15-5:45 p.m. at the Special Education Department Office at 17880 SW Blanton St., Beaverton, OR 97078. The first meeting of the Council for the 2019-20 school year will be held on Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

The Special Education Staff Advisory Council will review and provide input regarding the instruction of Students with Disabilities.

The following representative positions are currently open to a parent/guardian(s) with students placed in one of the following Special Education programs:

  • ACE (1)

  • Community Transition Program (1)

  • High School Resource Room (1)

  • Structured Learning Center (1)

  • Structured Routines Center (1)

Letters or emails of interest are due by 4:00 pm on Friday, August 30, 2019.

For more information, or to apply, please visit: Special Education Department Seeks Applicants for Special Education Parent/Advisory Committee

Student Accident Insurance

Beaverton School District insurance does not cover student injuries due to accidents at school or during school-sponsored activities, such as field trips. At the beginning of each school year, the District provides parents with information on a voluntary accident insurance program. Parents should consider this insurance option if their student is not covered by a family health or accident insurance plan.

Insurance coverage is required for all students participating in interscholastic sports. Students who cannot show proof of accident or health coverage, must purchase insurance from Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co. If participating in tackle football, Interscholastic Tackle Football Accident Plan (grades 9-12) is required. All other interscholastic sports participants may purchase either the Student Accident & Sickness Plan or Full-Time 24/7 Accident Plan.

Optional accident insurance and sports coverage is obtained by parents directly from Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc.

  • Coverage Information and Application - English

  • Coverage Information and Application - Spanish

If you have purchased Student Accident & Health Insurance and need to file a claim, contact Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc. at (800) 827-4695.

THPRD Fall Registration is Now Open!

Registration for Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD) fall programs, classes and activities is now open.

  • On-line registration is encouraged! The fastest, easiest, and best way to register is at

    • Make sure you have your username and password set up.

    • Update your username: If you haven’t yet, please update your username. Starting in the Spring of 2020, all THPRD accounts will be required to have an updated username that does not include your name/DOB combination.

  • New this term, you can register in person at one of our facilities: Walk in registration at our facilities is allowed for in-district patrons that need extra help. The website is still the preferred method, but if you need help, come on in. Facilities open at different hours so be sure to check the opening time on the THPRD website.

  • Telephone Registration Still Available: You can call 503-439-9400 to register.

  • Out of District Registration Opens: Monday, August 19.

People need a current THPRD card and class information when enrolling. Find out if you’re in district at

Find class descriptions, schedules, registration instructions and forms in THPRD’s 2019 Fall Activities Guide. The Activities Guide is available online at–guide. Print copies can be picked up at any THPRD facility, Beaverton-area libraries and other community locations.

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School Board Business Meeting

Monday, August 26, 2019

6:30 p.m.

Administration Office

16550 SW Merlo Rd.

Beaverton, 97003

Meeting Materials

First Day of School

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Please see the First Week of School Student Schedule for more information

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Published by: Communications & Community Involvement Dept.

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