Stories from our schools, October 2019: The Bellingham Promise in Action

Bellingham Public Schools is proud to share these stories highlighting our students, staff and community.

Book club at lunch inspires readers at middle schools

Four fairhaven readers

Monthly book clubs at all four middle schools are proving popular during lunch time thanks to a partnership with the Bellingham Public Library. Read more …

Seesaw offers elementary families a ‘window into the classroom’

Girl taking photo of flowers

Even if “nothing” is the default answer to, “what did you do in school today?” elementary families now have snapshots from their students’ day thanks to Seesaw, a digital student portfolio available to all elementary schools. Families who sign up can see their student’s work and the communication between their student and teacher, both online and through the mobile app. Read more…

Educators participate in summer study of indigenous ways of knowing

Teachers at the Lummi Paddle

As part of the Study Canada Summer Institute 2019, several Bellingham educators participated in the Study Canada Summer Institute, which included attending the Paddle to Lummi Tribal Canoe Journey. Read more…

Humans of Bellingham Public Schools

Meet Nancy, Patricia, and Roldolfo

Nancy, Patricia and Rodolfo

Do you have good news from your school that you want to share, or a district employee you think we should feature as one of our “Humans of BPS”? Please submit your ideas here!

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