Maverick express april 2021
In Memoriam - Senior JT Hallford
We are so saddened by the loss of Senior Joshua (JT) Hallford during Spring Break. JT always had a laugh or a smile for someone who needed it. JT was loved by students and staff alike. Our thoughts are with JT's family during this time.
We can expect for our students to continue to process this news and we will be doing everything we can to support them through this difficult time.
As our students work through their own shock and grief, the lack of available information about what happened can put them at an increased risk for harm. Grief and loss can also worsen mental health symptoms that are already present for people. Please be vigilant in knowing the warning signs for suicide and other harmful behaviors, including substance abuse.
Washington County Crisis Line: 503-291-9111
Oregon Youth Line: Talk 877-968-8491 |
Text "teen2teen" to 839863
As always, please reach out to the school to assist in supporting your student.
MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL TODD CORSETTI
The start of Hybrid learning is right around the corner. We know there are many questions arising regarding our impending start to Hybrid on Thursday, April 22nd. Here is a list of FAQs:
1) In-Person Hybrid
This model will provide onsite instruction for all students, rotating on an every other day schedule. Students will be assigned to either Group 1 and attend in-person classes on Mondays and Thursdays or Group 2 and attend in-person classes on Tuesdays and Fridays. For example, a Day 1 cohort student will attend four classes in person on Monday and Thursday and be at home, on Zoom, Tuesday and Friday. This means that when students are not in-person, they will be accessing their classes from home via synchronous instruction which is similar to students’ experience now.
On Wednesdays, all students will engage in asynchronous, online instruction per our normal Wednesday schedule thus far.
(Please see the chart below for a visual of the weekly and daily schedule).
2) Staying in Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL):
This model is essentially a replica of what all students have been participating in so far this year. Students in CDL will be on Zoom everyday for each class. Families who choose the CDL option will follow the same schedule as those who are in-person and will access classes via Zoom each day.
On what date will the In-Person Hybrid start?
Mon., 4/19, 4/20, & 4/21 are Staff Development days for teachers to prepare for in-person students to return.
All students start Quarter 4 classes on Thursday, 4/22.
For those who chose Hybrid:
Group 1 will start in-person on 4/22
Group 2 will start in-person on 4/23
For those who chose only CDL, your classes also start on 4/22
I heard that school will not look like “school” if my student is returning to In-Person Hybrid. Can you explain what that means?
If you elected for your student to return to in-person school, it is important to know that it will look and feel different from what we remember about school pre-COVID. Here are the main features of this option that will be different than what we’ve come to expect:
- All persons will be required to wear masks – students, staff, and guests – for the entire time that a person is on district property. Per the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance, “students who abstain from wearing a face covering, or students whose families determine the student will not wear a face covering during On-Site instruction must be provided access to instruction. Comprehensive Distance Learning can and should be provided when this decision is values-based. However, additional provisions do apply to students protected under ADA and IDEA.” In these cases, the District will consult with the student’s physician and will develop appropriate accommodations in conjunction with the family and school team.
- Students will have an assigned seat that is approximately six feet (to the maximum extent possible) from their neighbor as per the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance.
- Families will be required not to send students to school if there are any signs of illness.
- Students will spend the majority of their time in classrooms to minimize time standing in lines and minimize traffic in common spaces.
- Students will be guided to walk on the right side of the hallway as directed by signage.
- Students will be assigned a specific bathroom for their use for each class and bathrooms will be limited to a particular number of users at any given time.
- Students will eat lunch on marked spaces in the Commons and outside in order to maintain six feet of distance.
What is the daily schedule for the In-Person Hybrid model for a typical 5 day week?
Monday/Thursday: Group 1
Tuesday/Friday: Group 2
Wednesday: All students are asynchronous on-line. No in-person instruction.
Will my student be able to receive a school lunch and/or breakfast?
Students will have a lunch break each day they are on campus. Each lunch space is large enough to allow 35 sq. ft. of space between students and can be disinfected properly between lunches. We will continue to provide a free lunch and/or breakfast for those who choose to take advantage of this opportunity. Nutrition Services will post a limited menu closer to the start date of In-Person Hybrid school. Students will have the opportunity to take a free breakfast home each day for the following morning as well as a free lunch for the days they will not be on campus.
Will I be allowed into the building?
Only “essential” personnel are allowed inside the building. This means that parents/guardians and volunteers will not be allowed into the building unless there is a need to pick up a student for illness, emergency, or another pre-arranged event.
How will the students coming onsite each day be determined?
The District has a complex algorithm that includes households. However, there are also other factors that determine the cohorts.
What will arrival look like?
Students will enter the school through the main entrance, per usual. However, we will have all entrance doors open to create three lines of students. Upon entry, a staff member will visually screen each student, direct them to either wash their hands or use hand sanitizer, and then have the student go to their assigned class. Only students and staff will be allowed into the building, and masks will be required.
The building will not open to students until 8am. Zero period classes or before-school practices must remain in their classes/gyms with their coach until 8am. Students can pick up a breakfast, but then must go directly to 1st period where they will be supervised by their 1st period teacher from 8-8:30.
What will dismissal look like?
Students will exit the school through the main entrance. We ask that parents not congregate on school grounds.
Can my student use their locker?
Lockers will not be available to students, as accessing them requires students to be in close proximity to one another. Instead, students may bring their backpacks with them to each of their classes.
Lockers ARE accessible for athletes after school.
What if my student becomes sick or is injured during school?
If your student is injured while at school, the normal procedures will be employed – first aid applied and parent or 911 called when warranted. As always, we will provide the best care for your student. If your child exhibits symptoms of illness, the office will be called and a specific staff member will follow the protocols outlined in the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance. One of the primary features of this protocol is that an isolation room has been established in our Commons area where any student who is displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will remain until a parent/guardian collects them.
How will I know if my child has been exposed to COVID-19?
The Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance has strict guidelines regarding maintaining contact tracing logs. The guidance requires that any time an individual spends more than 15 minutes with another person within 6 feet, they need to be recorded on the contact tracing log. The typical exposure for the vast majority of our students will be with the other students in their classes and the staff members assigned to that class. A major supplement to the Ready Schools, Safe Learners document is a protocol list for specific COVID-19 scenarios. This is the tool that the school will use to determine the appropriate response.
What happens if my child and/or their class has to quarantine?
All quarantines will be addressed on a case-by-case basis, relying on direction from the local public health authority and the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance. Students who are out on quarantine will be provided with comprehensive distance learning options per the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance, until they are able to return to school.
What items should my child bring to school?
Students may bring a coat, a backpack, a water bottle, lunch, and their school issued chromebook and charger. Students should also bring a mask and any other school supplies needed (binder, paper, pencils, etc.).
Will items be shared with other students?
Students will have their own supplies that will stay in their backpacks. If equipment is used for multiple groups of students, it will be sanitized between each group. As much as possible, we will designate separate equipment for each group of students.
What will the sanitation of classrooms, restrooms, lunch areas, and school look like, in general?
Throughout the day staff members will wipe down frequently used touch points in all areas of the school. Students will wipe their desks at the start of each period as well. At the end of each day, after students and staff have left, the building will be thoroughly sanitized as per Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidelines.
What will PE look like in a hybrid instructional model?
Locker rooms will not be available for student use during hybrid. Students participating in PE classes should plan to come to class wearing clothes appropriate for athletic activities, and expect to remain in those clothes for the rest of the day. Students are encouraged to bring a towel to wipe off with.
The next monthly virtual Zoom Principal's Coffee (bring your own coffee!) is on Friday, April 9th at 9:30am. This meeting will occur on the second Friday of each month through May. The Principal's Coffee is an informal opportunity to hear school updates and to ask general questions regarding MHS. These meetings will also be recorded and uploaded to Youtube for viewing after. Hope to see you there!
Meeting ID: 846 8149 3630
Together, we are committed to a school culture that allows us to:
CONNECT – EXPLORE – and PURSUE
If you have any questions about this information or about becoming involved at Mountainside, please do not hesitate to call our office at 503-356-3500.
Mountainside High School. Home of the Mavericks!!!
#MavUP! CONNECTED...together while apart
District Secondary Hybrid Video
HYBRID WEEKLY & DAILY SCHEDULE
MON., 4/19 THRU WED., 4/21 - STAFF DEVELOPMENT
WED., 4/14 - 9TH GRADE ORIENTATION
Group 1: 8:30-10:30
Group 2: 12:30-2:30
Leadership students will give tours of the building and engage in small group activities during this time. An overview of safety protocols will also take place.
THURS., 4/22 - HYBRID BEGINS - GROUP 1 IN-PERSON
FRI., 4/23 - HYBRID - GROUP 2 IN-PERSON
The time has come to begin the forecasting process for current 9th through 11th graders!
Forecasting is when students decide which courses they will take next year. It is imperative that students give careful thought to course selections, as there will be very little chance to make changes once the process is finalized. Our staffing and course offerings for next year, including how many sections of each course will be offered and when, are determined by the courses for which students forecast.
Counselors will be available with drop-in Question and Answer sessions via Zoom beginning on April 1st and continuing through April 9th during lunch from 11:00 to 12:00, with the exception of Wednesday, April 7th. Here is the Zoom link: Lunch Q&A Sessions
Students can also contact their counselor via email.
Specific subject-area departments will also offer Question and Answer sessions via Zoom on Wednesday, April 7th. Here are the Zoom links:.
More information can be found in the 2021/22 Program Planning Guide: https://mountainside.beaverton.k12.or.us/academics/academic-program-guide
ib diploma programme
IBDP forecasting information for rising juniors & seniors
Forecasting is upon us and many MAV 10th graders are considering the IB Diploma and whether to take a few IB classes or to go for the full IB DIploma in their junior and seniors years.
Current 10th grade students can attend IBDP info sessions with IBDP Coordinator, Brooke Mayo, during Advisory periods in order to create a 2-year Diploma Plan if interested in the Full IB Diploma. Students should look at the MHS Class of 2023 Canvas Page for details.
Current 11th grade students are encouraged to forecast for the 2nd year of their current IBDP courses and/or a 1-year IBDP course (IB Design Tech, IB Economics, IB Environmental Systems and Societies, IB World Religions).
The most important reason we offer the IB Program to students is that we believe the structure of the IB curriculum encourages deep thinking and strong academic skills that prepare them for lifelong learning. Additionally, juniors and seniors who sit for IBDP exams in May 2022 may earn college credits with the required exam score of 4+ for Oregon public Universities/Colleges. Students can take IBDP classes and not sit for the IB exam. Colleges/universities will look favorably at the presence of IBDP classes on the transcript, especially over the two years. Colleges/universities want to see students with a full and challenging course load during the senior year.
What about current 8th & 9th grade students who are curious about the IB DP program?
Here is the IB Diploma Program Screencast to explain and answer questions about the program. We look forward to conducting this presentation in person next year. If you have further questions about the IB Diploma Program, please email IB Coordinator Brooke Mayo at email@example.com
parking permits for the 21-22 school year
Here is the current plan for the 21-22 school year:
The process for obtaining a parking permit for the 2021-2022 school year will be completed through a lottery system. The first lottery will be for the Senior Class of 2022 ONLY as there are limited spots available.
- First round applications will open starting Monday, June 7th.
- Applications close on Wednesday, June 16th at 3:00pm.
- If we have under our number of student spaces, all valid applicants will have a spot. If we are over our allotment, a drawing will occur on Monday, June 21st.
- Applicants selected will be notified by MHS over the summer.
- All fines and fees must be cleared by August 13, 2021.
- In the event an applicant has not met the requirements, the student's application will be removed and a new name will be selected from the applicant pool.
A completed application must contain the following:
- All fines and fees cleared.
- A valid driver's license
In the event there are permits still available after the June Senior Lottery, a second lottery will be held in the Fall. This lottery will be open to all Junior (Class of 2023) and Senior (Class of 2022) students. Applications for available permits will be available the first week of school in the main office.
The District will make a determination on May 21st as to what Graduation will look like at all of the BSD high schools. Plan A is Graduation in the stadium with limited attendance and streaming of ceremony. Plan B is a drive-thru Graduation similar to last year. Graduation will be on Sunday, June 13th at 1:00pm.
Attention Seniors, Jostens will be on site distributing cap and gowns, as well as other ordered regalia on Thursday, April 29th and Friday, April 30th during both lunches. Students who are at home doing Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL), can pick up their order on the same days in a drive-thru pick up in the student parking lot. Josten's staff will be set up at the end of the band hall ready to serve students in school and the drive-thru during the lunch periods. Please ensure all people in your car are wearing masks if you go through the drive-thru. Drive-thru pick up is only available between 10:30am and 1:00pm on both days.
Celebrate a Senior
Help us celebrate our seniors with some heartfelt love and encouragement! We are collecting messages to display in the school to welcome our seniors back on campus. Use this online form to provide a message and make a small donation for Senior celebrations. If you would like to mail your postcard to a remote student, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Yard Signs
Our webpage with the information on how to order Senior 2021 yard signs is now live and ready to take your orders! We have sold 152 to date, with the deadline just two weeks away. Help us blanket our neighborhoods with love and support for our senior. Let’s show our kids how much we love them!
Graduation may look a little different this year, but we are working hard to make it memorable for our wonderful seniors. Because we are not able to sell tickets to an “all night party” this year, we are asking for donations to support the many smaller events we have planned to celebrate this major milestone. To date we have been raising funds through bottle drives but need your help to ensure every senior is recognized. To make a donation, visit https://www.mountainsidepact.org/grad-night or drop off a check payable to “MPACT Grad” at the school office. Friends, family, and community, let's show the first four year graduating class of Mountainside 2021 they are not forgotten. Show them how much we love and support them, and let’s send them off in style!
Get your Yearbook before we run out!
At Mountainside, the only way to purchase a yearbook is by going directly to the Jostens website: www.jostensyearbooks.com. Yearbook sales are not done through the ParentVue online portal.
Yearbooks are now $50 and will remain this price until we sell out. To see if you have already purchased a yearbook for your student, go here: https://tinyurl.com/MHSYBSales2021
Yearbook Advisor: Kathryn Noah, email@example.com
Yearbook Staff: MHSmavsyearbook@gmail.com
Spring sports season (OSAA season #3) will start Monday, April 5th. We are very excited that we’ll be able to offer track and field, softball, baseball, boys and girls tennis, as well as boys and girls golf.
For any MHS athlete to compete, you will need to log into your district ParentVue using the Intouch registration system. The school will not be collecting hard copies of paperwork, so this will need to be uploaded in order for students to be cleared to play. The following items will need to be uploaded:
· Current physical
· Participation form
· BSD COVID release form
For more specific information regarding each athletic program and coach contact information, please visit our MHS school district website at https://mountainside.beaverton.k12.or.us/athletics
We look forward to providing a safe environment for our student athletes to experience their desire to participate in extra-curricular activities! GO MAVS!!!
Softball tryouts will be April 5th on the Varsity softball field from 3:00pm to 5:30pm Players must fill out the athletic registration info at
The season will go from April 5th through May 21st. Please make sure to dress for the weather! Contact coach Jacy Jukkala for more information.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD
To our Mountainside students, staff, parents, and community,
We hope everyone had a relaxing and safe spring break!
Interested In Joining Leadership?
Informational Zoom meetings for our Leadership Pathway, including all classes and running for positions will be held for students at 11:00am on April 7th. The informational meeting Zoom link can be found in your Wednesday announcements and in the Forecasting email sent out by Mrs. Neeway.
Applications for Student Leadership 2 (Leadership 1 does not require an application) are now open for all those interested in joining the program as a delegate or in running for an ASB Director or ASB/Class President position. Applications are online this year. An informational packet is linked in the form and contains detailed information about the program requirements, committee duties, and election dates and details.
Regardless of the position, all students need to fill out the Google form application by April 30th. Additional campaign materials for President and ASB Director positions are required (see application for details).
Election Week for presidential positions will be begin May 10th on our school social media and Canvas. ASB and Class Delegate positions will be decided starting May 19th.
After these informational meetings, if you have any questions about our Leadership Pathway, running for positions, or Leadership 2, feel free to email Mr. Reinholt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a program, for this semester a major focus will be highlighting our seniors. A sample of events/projects for SENIORS to look forward to are:
● Scavenger hunt for those coming back in hybrid.
● Mountainside Senior Instagram Page (will be adding Facebook for parents to see)
● Baby picture guessing game
● Senior scrapbook
● Prom Court
● Planning some form of an actual Prom on campus
● Senior focused weekly challenges; an opportunity for students to highlight seniors on social media
● Virtual Mountainside’s Got Talent
● On @mountainsideseniors we will also be highlighting each senior’s post high school plan so make sure to DM the account when you’ve received your decision on where/what you are going to do next year.
Make sure to be following both @mountainsidehs and @mountainsideseniors on Instagram to get updates and view these activities!
Do you have any additional ideas on how to spotlight seniors or any other comments for the Executive Board? All students are invited to join us on Wednesday, April 7th for our open Student Council meeting! This will occur at 11:00am. Links to join/ reminders will be sent out through Canvas Announcements on that Wednesday morning. We are also releasing a Google Form where you can ask your questions beforehand if you can’t attend live or wouldn’t feel comfortable asking over Zoom (https://forms.gle/mLiPFRzdC8MPztzb6) This will also be on your Canvas announcements on April 7. The following week we will release the minutes from the meeting so all students can read what we discussed. Can’t wait to see you there!
Virtual Mountainside's Got Talent
Start perfecting your special skills because our third annual Mountainside's Got Talent is coming up in early May! Look out for our promo video and more details about video submissions deadlines in the Wednesday announcements and on social media. We can't wait to see your talents and crown our popular vote and judge's choice winners!
Thanks to the 70 people who signed up to participate in our Mountainside NCAA March Madness Bracketology competition! The top three brackets will get to pick their prize including Airpods, a signed Chris Dudley basketball (former TrailBlazer), or a gift card of choice. Make sure to stay updated with the competition though Instagram and/or bracketchallenge.ncaa.com!
From Monday, April 5th to Friday, April 9th, Mountainside will be hosting its annual Supply Drive! This is a drive which will benefit Monte’s Closet, the Beaverton Clothes Closet, and Portland Rescue Mission. Bins will be out in front of the school from 7:30am-3:00pm on weekdays, and you can earn a service hour for donating! The Community Service form is available on Canvas.
Here is a list of needed items:
- Canned foods (preferably soups/ready-to-eat meals)
- Packaged snacks (granola bars, protein bars, Slim Jims, etc.)
- Bottled water
- Clothing (new or gently used)
- Body wash, shampoo, conditioner
- Feminine hygiene products
- COVID-19 hygiene products (hand sanitizer, hand wipes, packaged masks, etc.)
- Twin blankets
- Tena Ultra Adult Diapers - Size Medium
If you are still interested in joining or looking at clubs, please go to our MHS school update for all club information.
The Mountainside Band Program ARE HAVING in-person rehearsals following all BSD and State COVID precautions! We welcome all current and PAST band students to come join us at these rehearsals were we will play our standard music as well as a new show in addition to basic marching movements. If you were enrolled in band in middle school or in your past academic career, please feel free to join us at these rehearsals. If you need more information or have any questions, feel free to email Jeremy Zander at email@example.com or Blake Kuroiwa at firstname.lastname@example.org
For anyone who isn’t in band but are interested in a fun, new activity, it’s not to late to join the Mountainside colorguard! Rehearsals for the colorguard have also begun and will include learning how to dance, spin flags, and other pieces of equipment. If you want more information or are interested in joining the team please contact Katy Burns at email@example.com
Marching Band Spring Preview Rehearsals
Starting in June, we will be holding our ‘preview rehearsals’ for anyone who is interested in participating in marching band next fall! These are a chance to start learning the music for our fall show. In addition to our current students, any band students currently in 8th grade may attend. The full schedule is on our online calendar. These rehearsals are optional, but strongly encouraged for new and returning marching band students.
Marching Band Camp Dates Set
Our August marching band camp dates are now set! Band camp will run from August 21st through September 1st, excluding Sundays. Some days will be shorter than others, so please check our online calendar (linked HERE) for full details. Any student who wishes to participate in marching band must attend marching band camp, so keep your calendars open!
A Note For New Members
Participation in marching band is not required but it is strongly encouraged! We will be holding an informational meeting in mid-June (date, time and location to be determined) for anyone interested in finding out more.
mpact parent group
Earth Day Recycling Event
Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 24th, for the Mountainside Parent and Community Team (MPACT) electronics recycling event from 9:00am to 12:00pm at Al's Garden Center on Roy Rogers Road. This is a great opportunity to clean your home of old computers, laptops, cell phones, Christmas lights, wires, and cables. All donations go to help Mountainside High School. We all have "that box" in our home, you know the one that has wires and cables from things you don't use anymore but you think someday you might. All of those wires are recyclable along with computers, phones, HDMI cables, extension cords, etc. Look through the attached poster to see all the acceptable items you can bring as there are more items you can recycle as well. This is a great Earth Day event to help you clean out your garage and help Mountainside High School in the process.
Please check out our online store for your Mav spirit gear.
This month’s bottle drive will be Sunday, April 11 from 12:00-2:00pm. Thanks to everyone who donated last month. We collected almost $1000 which goes directly to celebrating our 2021 Seniors. Spread the word and/or collect bottles and cans from friends and neighbors.
If you can’t make it to the school and would like to arrange a pickup, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org . Did you know that you can also donate directly to Mountainside PACT from your BottleDrop account? Go to https://www.bottledropcenters.com/fundraiser/mountainside-pact/ to DONATE NOW, or set your account up for auto-donate.
Dining for Dollars
Join us at MOD Pizza on Thursday, April 18th for another fabulous night out for our Mav Scholarships! Mention Mountainside or use online code GR172382M to order. Did you know they have gluten-free and keto options available as well? Make it your way and enjoy.
The Beaverton-Hillsboro Science Expo was held on Friday, March 5. More than 100 students competed from schools in both the Beaverton and Hillsboro school districts. The fair was held virtually this year, with students preparing a digital presentation of their project, and then were interviewed live by judges over zoom. Twenty Mountainside students competed in this year's fair. Twelve MHS students won awards, ten of those students qualifying to attend the Northwest Science Expo, the state-level science fair for the top projects in Oregon.
- Brianna Yu - 1st Place in Environmental and Earth Sciences AND NASA Earth System Science Award
- Jenna Cook - 1st Place in Biochemistry AND Outstanding Use of the International system of Units
- Natalie Sande - 2nd Place in Biochemistry AND U.S. Regional Stockholm Jr. Water Prize
- Kian Shayegh - 2nd Place in Environmental and Earth Sciences AND Outstanding Project in an Atmospheric Science Exhibit
- Macy Montgomary - 2nd Place in Plant Sciences
- Nicole Chan - 3rd Place in Plant Sciences AND Science Champion Award
- Peyton Devereux - 3rd Place in Animal Sciences & Microbiology
- Sean Tovar - 3rd Place in Physics and Astronomy
- Pooja Bapat - Honorable Mention in Environmental and Earth Sciences AND NOAA'S Taking the Pulse of the Planet Award
- Johannah Iyasele - Honorable Mention in Medicine and Health Sciences
- Rylee Poindexter - BHSA Award for Excellence in Statistics
- Grace Saxton - Outstanding Use of the International System of Units
nutrition services information
The start of In-Person Hybrid Instruction is right around the corner, and our Nutrition Services department has been hard at work developing a plan for how to continue to provide free meals for all children during both Hybrid and CDL. The USDA has provided waivers for the rest of the school year that allow any child (ages 1-18) to access free meals.
Starting April 5, meal service via bus routes will be discontinued.
If you attend Hybrid Elementary School:
● Hybrid students can receive a free daily meal bag to take home.
● Two days of meals will be sent home on Tuesday.
● No registration is required.
If you attend Hybrid Middle School:
● Hybrid students can eat lunch for free at school on the days that they attend in-person instruction.
● Free meal bags with breakfasts, lunches, and supper snacks will be available for students to take home at the end of their in-person school day to cover days they attend school from home and/or asynchronously.
● No registration is required.
If you attend Hybrid High School:
● Students will be able to eat breakfast and lunch for free at school on the days they attend in-person instruction.
● Free meal bags with breakfast, lunch, and supper snacks will be available for students to take home at the end of their in-person school day to cover days they attend school from home and/or asynchronously.
● No registration is required.
If you attend CDL or are a non-enrolled community child:
● All CDL students and children not enrolled in the Beaverton School District can access a free 5-Day Meal Bag every Wednesday from 11am-12pm.
● Meal bags include 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, and 5 supper snacks. Only children aged 4 and older are eligible for supper snacks.
● Families can select a school to pick up these meals in the Meal Bag Registration Form.
● Registration is strongly encouraged.
● Children do not need to be present to pick-up meal bags.
● Masks are required to be worn by anyone picking up meal bags.
To register for 5-Day Meal Bags and for the most up-to-date information, please visit: www.beaverton.k12.or.us/meals
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bsd student surveys
Each year the District surveys students, staff, and parents to gather information for planning, program evaluation, and assessment of progress on the District's Strategic Plan.
The student survey takes about 20 minutes during the regular school day. The data gathered from the survey are anonymous; your child will not put his/her name or other identifying information on the survey. Like other surveys, results will be presented only about groups. No individual data will be reported.
Student surveys of middle and high schools include three optional questions for students to identify their gender, ethnicity / race, and sexual orientation. These questions allow for additional levels of analysis of questions on inclusion, safety and bullying.
Your child may skip questions or stop filling out the survey at any time. Refusing to participate or withdrawing from the survey does not affect your child's grades or class standing in any way. If you or your child does not want to participate, your child can read or do some other activity while his or her classmates complete the survey.
A copy of the survey is available from your child's school under the Annual Surveys tab and is posted at https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/accountabiity/research-reports
After reviewing the survey, if you do not want your child to participate, please notify <insert school contact information>.
Encuesta Anual de EstudiantesCada año, el distrito lleva a cabo encuestas para los estudiantes y el personal con el fin de obtener información para la planificación y la evaluación del programa así como del progreso del Plan Estratégico del Distrito.
La encuesta de estudiantes toma aproximadamente 20 minutos durante el día escolar. La información que obtengamos de la encuesta es anónima; su hijo no incluirá su nombre o cualquier información de identificación en la encuesta. Al igual que otras encuestas, los resultados que se presentan son sólo acerca de los grupos. No se proporcionará información de su estudiante.
Las encuestas del estudiante de las escuelas de secundaria y preparatoria incluyeron tres preguntas opcionales para los estudiantes identificar su género, grupo étnico/raza, e inclinación sexual. Estas preguntas permiten niveles de análisis adicionales en cuanto a la inclusión, la seguridad y la intimidación.
Su hijo puede no contestar las preguntas o dejar de contestar la encuesta en cualquier momento. El negarse a participar en la encuesta o no terminar de contestarla, no afecta las calificaciones o rango de su hijo. Si usted o su hijo no quieren participar, su hijo puede leer o hacer alguna otra actividad, mientras que sus compañeros de clase completan la encuesta.
Una copia en blanco de la encuesta, está disponible en la escuela de su hijo y se encuentra publicada en
Después de revisar la encuesta, si usted no quiere que su hijo participe, por favor notifique a <insert school contact information>
THURS., 4/15 - END OF QUARTER 3
WED., 4/14 - 9TH GRADE ORIENTATION
FRI., 4/16 - GRADING DAY
MON., 4/19 - HYBRID PREP PD DAY #1
TUES., 4/20 - HYBRID PREP PD DAY #2
WED., 4/21 - HYBRID PREP PD DAY #3
THURS., 4/22 - START OF HYBRID/QUARTER 4 - GROUP 1 IN -PERSON
FRI., 4/23 - GROUP 2 IN-PERSON
WED., 4/28 - STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY
MON., 5/31 - MEMORIAL DAY
WED., 6/2 - INSTRUCTIONAL DAY
WED., 6/9 - SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT
THURS., 6/10 - SENIOR'S LAST DAY
THURS., 6/10 - SENIOR AWARDS ASSEMBLY
SUN., 6/13 @ 1:00 - GRADUATION
FRI., 6/18 - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL/END OF QUARTER 4/SEMESTER 2
MON., 6/21 - GRADING DAY