BSD is hiring! And some of our best employees come from our parent ranks. Georgina Vargas was an active parent volunteer who's been recently hired as paraeducator at Aloha-Huber Park. Take a look! Join us for our Job Fair on Wednesday, November 17 (3-7 p.m.) and Thursday, November 18 (8 a.m.-4 p.m.) at the District Administrative Office, 16550 SW Merlo Rd. In the meantime, apply online at https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/jobs . #BSDtogether #LetsWorkTogether
Did you know that parents/guardians have the ability to go into ParentSquare to r equest a change to their contact information? While we prefer and try to communicate that parents/guardians make updates in ParentVUE, it's a feature that we can't turn off in ParentSquare and parents are actually using it to request updates to email and phone numbers. So how do you find these requests to ensure you have the current contact information for your families? Here's how: Log into ParentSquare and click on the admin button Then click on "contact verifications" on the lefthand navigation. The next screen shows you each category that requires action. Click on that "requires action" button and you will get a list of parents/guardians who've requested updates to contact information. Here's what the list looks like. You can see the current email and the correction. You can export a CSV of each list and use that list to update information in Synergy. Be sure to dismiss the request (far right column) once you've updated Synergy. **Bonus ParentSquare swag to the first office team to get all categories to "no action required." One note: staff need to log into employee online services themselves to update their contact information. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions!
August 2021 To the Families and Friends of the Metro League Schools: The seven Metro League schools are excited for the start of another Fall season! The Metro League has always experienced tremendous community support for all of our sports and activities. We look forward to the start of another fantastic year of competition and camaraderie amongst our student-athletes. The seven Metro League Principals have outlined several changes to our Friday night football game expectations to ensure a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for all fans. We ask that our home and visiting fans adhere to the following Metro League expectations for each school during Friday night varsity football games: Elementary & Middle-School aged kids need to have an adult accompany them in order to enter. We are asking that all elementary and middle-school students remain in the stands unless at concessions or restrooms. Throwing of footballs and/or hanging out in unsupervised areas is not allowed. No backpacks or skateboards will be allowed into stadiums. No outside beverages for any aged students will be allowed into stadiums. We would greatly appreciate not only your support, but also the communication and follow through with your students. Our intent is to make our Friday night football games a community event that is safe and enjoyable for all spectators. Good luck to all of our Metro League schools as they embark upon the 2021-22 season! If you have any questions, please contact the Athletic Director or Principal of your feeder high school. Sincerely, The Principals of the Metro League PRINCIPALS: Aloha: Matt Casteel Beaverton: Anne Erwin Jesuit: Paul Hogan Mountainside: Todd Corsetti Southridge: David Nieslanik Sunset: John Huelskamp Westview: Matt Pedersen ATHLETIC DIRECTORS: Aloha: Tom Bendt Beaverton: Mike Blok Jesuit: Mike Hughes Mountainside: Bryan Sorenson Southridge: Trish Shoemaker Sunset: Pete Lukich Westview: Troy Christiansen
Public comments are now being accepted for the School Board meeting on Monday, August 30. The meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. and will be livestreamed on the BSD YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/BeavertonSchools To view the agenda and learn how to submit a comment, please visit the School Board webpage: https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/about-us/school-board