April 12, 2021

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Elementary Students Excited to Begin Hybrid Learning

Monday and Thursday were exciting days across the district as students returned to classrooms for the first time in more than a year. We captured the joy at Raleigh Park and Rock Creek Elementary Schools. Take a look!

Raleigh Park Elementary School - First Day of Hybrid Instruction
Rock Creek Elementary - First day of hybrid for grades 3-5
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COVID-19 Dashboard

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In our efforts to be fully transparent, the Beaverton School District is publishing data on reported positive or presumed positive COVID-19 cases among our students and staff on our website. This data is collected by the Oregon Health Authority and is published weekly in the COVID-19 Reporting Report. The reporting window for cases covers Monday of the preceding week through Sunday; the report is typically released on Wednesday. To protect the privacy of those involved, no names will be released. The data is provisional and subject to change as additional test results are received and public health investigations proceed.
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Fake & Fatal

Save the date! BSD, in partnership with Beaverton Police, Washington County Sheriff’s Department and Washington County Public Health Department, will host “Fake & Fatal,” a community conversation about the dangers of buying illicit pills, powders and marijuana on social media that have been unknowingly laced with fentanyl — a cheap, potent and often deadly drug. This virtual event will be held on Thursday, April 29 at 7:00 p.m. In addition to local experts, we’ll hear from Cedar Park and Sunset parents Jennifer and Jon Epstein, who recently lost their son, Cal, to fentanyl poisoning. Please plan to join us for this important and potentially life-saving conversation.
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School Board Candidate Forum

The Communications & Community Involvement Department will host a Candidate Forum on Wednesday, April 28 at 7 p.m.

The forum will be conducted via Zoom. Community members can submit questions in advance via the form below. A moderator will pose the questions to the candidates during the forum. Candidates will have two minutes to respond. The meeting will be recorded and posted to the District's YouTube and Facebook pages shortly after its completion.

For more information on the candidates running for School Board in the May 2021 election, visit the May 2021 School Board Election webpage.

If you'd like to submit a question for the School Board candidates, please complete the Candidate Forum Questions Form by Monday, April 26 at 5 p.m.
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Kids Are Everywhere. Drive Like It.

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As students return to schools for In-Person Hybrid Instruction this month, arrival and departure times may be different than you’re used to. While traffic and activities around Beaverton schools may look different, one thing is for sure — kids are out and about in our community. Some kids may be returning to school buildings, while others will be continuing to learn remotely and taking breaks outside during the day. Safety is everyone’s responsibility! Please be sure to drive carefully.

  • Stop for school busses when red lights flash. Both directions of traffic must stop.

  • Watch your speed. The school zone speed limit is 20 MPH.

  • Be ready to stop at all times. Kids may dart into the street without checking for traffic.

  • Stop for people at intersections and when asked by the crossing guard. Check your blind spots before turning and behind your vehicle before reversing.

  • This time of year is often rainy and foggy, limiting visibility for drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians, so keep those headlights on to help others see you.

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Terra Linda Elementary Teacher Appreciation

Yolanda, a 5th grader at Terra Linda Elementary, talks about how she came up with the idea to create teacher appreciation cards. She was able to enlist the help of her fellow students to show just how much they care about their teachers. As a result, hundreds of student-made cards were created and handed out.
Terra Linda Elementary Teacher Appreciation
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Spring Food Resources - April 5-June 17

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Congressional Art Competition

Congresswoman Bonamici would like to invite high school students to participate in the 2021 Congressional Art Competition. Entries must be received in Congresswoman Bonamici’s Beaverton District Office no later than 5 p.m. on April 30. Art may be mailed to the Beaverton office at 12725 SW Millikan Way, STE 220, Beaverton, OR 97005. Staff will be available to receive art outside the front entrance to the building from 8-11 a.m. on April 28 and from 2-5 p.m. on April 30.

Congresswoman Bonamici will host a virtual reception in May for all participants and will announce the winning entry.

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THPRD Summer Registration Begins May 1

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Information about summer Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District’s camps, programs, classes and activities for youth is available online. Registration begins May 1 at 8 a.m. for in-district residents; out-of-district registration begins on May 3.

How to Register?

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

  • Walk-in registration at open THPRD facilities is allowed, starting on May 1 for in-district patrons that need extra help.

  • Call 503-439-9400 to register. Phone registration may have a longer wait time.

New! Expanding Centro de Bienvenida: THPRD is expanding its special registration assistance center to serve additional languages. All non-English speakers needing extra assistance are encouraged to attend this registration event on May 1 from 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at THPRD’s Howard M. Terpenning Complex at 15707 SW Walker Road.

Downloadable THPRD Flyers

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Hybrid Starts (Middle Schools + K-8 Grades 6-8)

April 19

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High & Option Schools

April 19-21

Hybrid Starts (Option & High School)

April 22

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

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Published by: Communications & Community Involvement Dept.

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