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Beaverton School District News February 2021

long range planning

• Instruction update
• Facilities Planning for future bond measure underway
• Bonny Slope Kindergarten “virtual roundup”

Sunset students tackle climate change

climate change club

Climate change has been a looming threat to us for many years. With the short amount of time we have left to make a change, we need to buy more time for permanent, systemic solutions. Though climate change is a difficult problem to solve, there are simple ways for us as a community to delay its destructive progress.

December 2020 BSD News

Middle School map

• Middle Schools have new attendance boundaries
• Naming the new Middle School
• BSD offers child care subsidies
• Unaccompanied Students Need Your Help
• Long Range Facilities Planning

Community News December 2020

• Library News
• Second Edition Resale
• Toy Drive is different this year
• Inside WashCo Radio
• 2021 Oregon Legislature Session Joint Town Hall
• Five Oaks Museum seeks proposals for two Guest Curator opportunities
SAMBA Can/Bottle Drive
• Viva Village
• Writer’s Mill
• Big Horn Brass
• Drive-in Caroling at CMBC
• ACMA Fundraiser
• THPRD Holiday Giving Drive
• Oak Hills Elementary Book Fair
Washington County Public Affairs Forum
Report package theft to WCSO

Library News September 2020

No more appointments!
Conversation About Oregon’s Racist History
Second Edition Resale Sidewalk Sale
For Kids
For Teens
For Adults

BSD News September 2020

Middle School Boundary Adjustment Process
First Day of School
BASE

Sunset BSU moves community to peaceful demonstration march

by Andrew Bitans, CMN contributor Today’s BSU Sunset march. Today’s march to honor the lives of African Americans that have been needlessly lost to police violence was well supported by our community. Quite a large turnout, probably around 2000 people. It started raining shortly before we left the high school and ultimately dumped buckets for

College this Fall? It’s not too late to apply for Portland Community College

As an academic and career advisor, I have been working with students that are preparing for college this fall. With the anticipation that many colleges and universities will be providing online-only classes for the fall 2020 term and perhaps into winter/spring 2021, some of my students are now seeking alternatives to paying higher tuition.