Bellevue’s Big Picture School getting bigger
By Ronna Weltman
Special to the Bellevue Reporter
Bellevue School District’s Big Picture School has its first year under its belt. This year, enrollment will be doubled – it opened last year with 6th and 9th graders – and a new 6th and 9th grade class this year means 225 students in four grade levels.
In the fall of 2014 the school will have seven grade levels, from 6th to 12th, with about 500 students.
The school is part of the national Big Picture Learning Network that features five guiding principles: personalization, adult-world connection, common intellectual mission, supportive partnerships, and shared leadership and responsibility.
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