BSD WEEKLY

April 5, 2021

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A Day in the Life of a Secondary Student Attending In-Person Hybrid

We are so excited to welcome students back to our school buildings! There has been a lot of planning and preparation going on behind the scenes. Take a look at what the school day will look like for middle, high and option school students when we begin the Hybrid model.
Secondary Hybrid - English

As a reminder, here are the start dates for secondary hybrid:

  • April 19: 6th - 8th grade students at K-8 schools

  • April 19: Middle school students, Rachel Carson, ACE, CTP

  • April 22: Option & high school students

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Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT)

P-EBT is money provided by the state of Oregon to families whose children qualify for free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch (Meal Benefits).


ALL students and children (ages 1-18) will continue to receive free meals through June 30, 2021, regardless of Meal Benefits eligibility. If you wish to receive P-EBT money in addition to food, please visit the Pandemic EBT webpage to see if your family qualifies.

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Report a COVID-19 Concern


Ready Schools Safe Learners requires a way for families, staff and community members to anonymously report COVID-19 protocol concerns. We have created a COVID-19 Protocol Concern Form for students, families and staff to use for such concerns. The form is available now and is located on the district and school websites under the “Families” and “Staff” drop-down menus.

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School Facilities Closed During School Day

Please know that during our in-person Hybrid Instruction time, our outdoor school facilities — playgrounds, fields, tracks and paths — will be closed to the general public for the safety of our students and staff. For schools with daycare programs, their outdoor facilities will be closed to the general public until at least 6 p.m. every school day.


Turf fields and stadiums remain closed for any community use. Tennis courts are open for use by THPRD residents and in accordance with existing agreements.


After school and child care hours, families are welcome to use playgrounds, fields, tracks, and do so at their own risk. Please be mindful and respectful to staff that continue to work in the buildings after in-person instruction.


Please note that playground equipment will not be sanitized by school staff. Playground visitors are recommended to take precautions for health and safety:


  • Follow state guidelines on outdoor recreation activities and face coverings.

  • Wash hands before and after visiting the playground.

  • Maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet from people outside your immediate household.

  • Bring hand sanitizer or sanitizing wipes for use on surfaces that you touch.

  • Stay home if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19. Symptoms include cough, fever and shortness of breath.

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Music In Our Schools: Southridge and Sunset High Schools

Last month was Music in Our Schools Month (MIOSM). MIOSM is an opportunity for music teachers to bring their music programs to the attention of the community and showcase the benefits that school music brings to students of all ages. Take a look at how BSD music classes are adapting to our current virtual environment.
SRHS Band: "The Nine"
Sunset's "Free To Breathe" Sings Over the Radio
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Spring Food Resources - April 5-June 17

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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 will be available online on April 12. 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 www.thprd.org.

  • 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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City of Beaverton Public Works Job Fair

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Hybrid Starts (Grades PreK-2)

April 5


Hybrid Starts (Grades 3-5)

April 8


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

April 19


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High & Option Schools

April 19-21


Hybrid Starts (Grades 6-12)

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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