Bellevue School Board to host community forum Jan. 16

  • Thursday, January 11, 2018 12:15pm
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The Bellevue School District Board will be hosting its second community forum from 7:30-8:30 p.m. on Jan. 16 in the Rainier Room at the Wilburton Instructional Service Center, at 12241 Main St., Bellevue.

This forum aims to connect the Bellevue School District community members and board directors, to further understand what the school board does and to share thoughts on how the board and community can work together to create a school district that ensures all students are prepared to succeed in college, career and life.

The forum is open to students, families and community members. It is important to the school board that all voices are heard.

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