Cougars Weekly Bulletin

May 7, 2021

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Free Food Market

May 11, 2021

8:00am to 9:00am

Location: Aloha-Huber Park

Pre-K Orientation (2021-2022)

May 18, 2021


*For students who will be 4 years old before September 1, 2021.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 889 0320 9192

Passcode: AHP

Dual Language Program Orientation

May 20, 2021


*Attending one meeting is required if applying for the program.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 889 0320 9192

Passcode: AHP

AHP Middle School Yearbooks

2020-2021 Yearbook: We are excited to offer a 2020-2021 Middle School Yearbook with the help of our yearbook club students.

In order to make the yearbook as successful as possible, we need the Aloha-Huber Park school community to share pictures of your school year so far; wildfire sky pictures, Covid mask fashion, technology use, OBOB books, lunch pick up, selfies, snow day fun, or anything else that stands out to you from the year.

If you would like your picture to be part of the yearbook, send your picture along with a caption to We’re excited about the collective effort to remember all that has happened throughout the year.

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Covid Support

If you or a loved one has tested positive for COVID-19, or you have had close contact with someone who has tested positive, we have resources and support available to help you quarantine as you rest and recover. We are partnering with OHA (Oregon Health Authority) and the Washington County Public Health department to provide culturally-specific COVID-19 assistance to the Latinx and Spanish-speaking community. Qualifying participants can receive help for themselves and their families during and after their period of quarantine. This can include assistance with rent, utilities, groceries, and household supplies—anything that helps you stay home and in quarantine.

To see if you qualify for support, please call our office. Our staff is available Monday–Friday, 8:00am–5:30pm.


Si usted o un ser querido ha dado positivo por COVID-19, o ha tenido contacto cercano con alguien que ha dado positivo, tenemos recursos y apoyo disponibles para ayudarlo a ponerse en cuarentena mientras descansa y se recupera. Estamos asociando con la OHA (Autoridad de Salud de Oregon) y el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Washington para brindar asistencia COVID-19 culturalmente específica a la comunidad latina y de habla hispana. Los participantes que califiquen pueden recibir ayuda para ellos y sus familias durante y después del período de cuarentena. Esto puede incluir asistencia con el alquiler, los servicios públicos, los comestibles y los suministros domésticos, cualquier cosa que le ayude a permanecer en casa y en cuarentena.

Para ver si reúne los requisitos para recibir asistencia, llame a nuestra oficina. Nuestro personal está disponible de lunes a viernes, de 9:00 am a 5:30 pm.

Sarah Healy

Beaverton School District | Behavioral Health and Wellness Team

Annual Parent Survey

Annual Parent Survey

Please take a few moments to complete the BSD Annual Parent Survey! Our goal is to ensure that every member of our school community feels welcomed, valued, and informed, so it is important for all parents/guardians to complete the survey.

A link to the 2021 Annual Parent Survey will be sent to all valid parent email addresses via School Messenger on Sunday, May 9. The deadline to participate is Sunday, May 31.

Encuesta Anual de Padres de Familia

¡Tómese unos minutos para completar la Encuesta Anual de Padres de Familia del Distrito Escolar de Beaverton! Nuestro objetivo es asegurar que todos los miembros de nuestra comunidad escolar se sientan bienvenidos, valorados e informados, por lo que es importante que todos los padres o tutores completen la encuesta.

Se enviará un enlace a la Encuesta a todas las direcciones de correo electrónico válidas para padres a través de SchoolMessenger el domingo, 9 de mayo de 2021. La fecha límite para participar es el domingo, 31 de mayo de 2021.

Safe Routes to School Survey

It’s data collection time again for Beaverton’s Safe Routes to School program. The purpose of the program is to make walking and rolling to school safe, convenient, and fun.

Parent’s and guardian’s input into how students travel to and from schools and their impression of the safety of the route is valuable as the city and county prioritize needed improvements for our roads.

The following link was generated from the National Safe Routes to School Center and will be combined with classroom tallies to give us a good picture of how students are getting to and from schools throughout the district.

The school’s survey will be open for responses for three weeks starting May 1st.

We appreciate your help in giving us information to make our program effective for all Beaverton School District students.

Thank you,

Leah Biado-Luis

Beaverton Safe Routes to School Coordinator

Parent Survey Link: