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New information about Fall 2020 shared during this week's town hall meetings

On August 5th, Bellevue Christian's Leadership Team had the opportunity to interact with Grade 7-12 Parents and Guardians in a virtual town hall meeting about the upcoming school year. A few updates were shared: specifically, about the first day of school. Head of School Kevin Dunning shared that Sept. 3 will now be the first day of school for K-12 students, and the first day of Preschool will remain unchanged Sept. 8. We are also planning to add additional early release days to the calendar. We are planning to release an updated calendar on Aug. 10. Bus route information is expected to be released on Aug. 7 or 10.

Another town hall meeting is set for Aug. 6 for parents and guardians of our Elementary students. Specific login information will be coming soon for parents and guardians of our Elementary students.

Please review the slideshow for more details on the information shared at our town hall meetings. Thank you to all who have participated or are planning to participate in our meetings. Please email our Communications Team with any questions or for direct links to recordings of our town hall meetings. For specific questions about the Fall of 2020, you may contact our Head of School Kevin Dunning at kevin.dunning@bellevuechristian.org.

We are continuing to monitor information from health officials and the state very closely. Your children’s safety and that of our staff and faculty remain critically important and top of mind in our decision making. Thank you for your support and prayers as we navigate this unprecedented set of circumstances. We are grateful for each and every one of you and are thankful to count you as a valuable member of our Bellevue Christian family.

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