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Will you help us go All in for Kids?

 

It’s time once again for the Bellevue Schools Foundation’s annual fall campaign, All in for Kids. The Bellevue School District is honored to partner with the foundation and proud of the outstanding education for our students that is the result.

The foundation plays a key role in shaping outcomes for our students, providing critical support in every one of our schools. Across the district, students benefit from increased college and career counseling, early literacy intervention, new musical instruments, VIBES mentors, academic enrichment grants and curriculum support, and so much more.

The foundation’s impact reaches far and wide. As our own children have moved through our schools, they have been enriched time and again by experiences that would not have been possible without the foundation’s support. Bellevue schools are consistently ranked as some of the best in the nation, thanks in no small part to the programs and opportunities that Bellevue Schools Foundation donors make possible.

We all personally support the foundation with annual donations to the All in for Kids campaign and ask that you consider doing the same. The partnership between the Bellevue School District and the Bellevue Schools Foundation is a win for students, staff, and the community, and is made possible by people like you.

As we look to the future, it’s exciting to think about how increased support from the foundation can help us reach even higher as we strive to provide every child in our district with the best education possible. With your help, the possibilities are limitless!

Please join us in support of the Bellevue Schools Foundation.

Bellevue School Board: Paul Mills, Chris Marks, Mike Murphy, Christine Chew, Steve McConnell

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