January 25, 2021

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Where did your 2014 Bond dollars go?

Have you been wondering where your 2014 Bond dollars went? Please watch as we describe the major projects that were paid for with your taxpayer dollars. Thank you to Beaverton voters for your support!
Where did your 2014 bond dollars go? (English)

What should our future facility priorities be?

Now we need help to prioritize our future facility needs. After watching this video, please fill out a short survey.
What should our future facility priorities be? (English)

Want to learn more? Attend One of Our Community Open Houses

The Beaverton School District is developing a long-range facility plan to determine future school facilities and improvements required to meet educational and enrollment needs. We’d like your input.

We’ll be conducting three virtual Community Open Houses to review facility needs and plan options to address identified needs. Each meeting will have time allocated to hear your feedback and questions regarding district needs and priorities.

The meetings will be held on:

If you’re interested in participating in any of the Community Open Houses, please register at the link above. We look forward to seeing you and hearing your thoughts on future school facility needs in the District!

BSD Graduation Rates

The Beaverton School District 4-year on-time graduation rate for the Class of 2020 rose to an all-time high for most student groups. Student groups that have historically had lower graduation rates posted larger gains, thus narrowing the achievement gap. The graduation rate for Black students exceeded the rate for White students for the first time.

In 2019-20, BSD students in almost every student group graduated at a higher percentage than the state average in both 4- and 5-year graduation rates. The overall district-wide 4-year on-time graduation increased to 89.3% from 85.6%. The statewide rate increased to 82.6%. Please see the tables below:

Would You Like to Join the Conversation? Be a Presenter at the Community-Wide Conversation Around Race

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Five Oaks Mobile Museum

See how Five Oaks students are experiencing Native American history and culture in a new way.
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Merlo School-based Health Center to Offer COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 testing is now available for students (ages 12 - 18) at the Merlo Station School-Based Health Center (SBHC) on Tuesdays. Please note that these tests are meant for symptomatic students only. Students can make an appointment to get tested by calling the Merlo Station SBHC at 503-941-3210. They’ll be asked screening questions to ensure that they meet criteria for testing. Testing will be conducted outside in the parking lot, and students will be asked to remain in their cars, as they’re symptomatic. This is a rapid test, and students will have results within approximately 15 minutes.

CTE - Career Technical Education

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CTE programs engage high school students in high-quality, rigorous and relevant classes, designed to help them turn their passions into paychecks and their dreams into careers. CTE programs partner with local businesses and industry to create opportunities that promote creativity, innovation and leadership, which are relevant to the job market of today.

We have created a series of videos, titled “Grads Talking Shop,” to highlight some of the 32 CTE programs across our six comprehensive high schools and one option high school. In this episode of "Grads Talking Shop," we explore the world of manufacturing through the eyes of America Rodriguez, alum of the BSD Manufacturing Program. This program is available to students from any of our comprehensive high schools and is housed at Westview High School. Transportation is provided.

Grads Talking Shop: America Rodriguez
For more information about CTE programs, please visit the updated website:

Beaverton School-Based Health Center Information

Winter Food Resources

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School Board Virtual Winter Work Session

Monday, February 1, 2021

3 p.m.

Grading Day - No School

Friday, February 5, 2021

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

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