School Hours 2021-22
Monday: 8:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Zero period: 7:50 a.m.
Work Based Learning Program Accepting Student ApplicationsStudents, if you are 16 years old or older and you are working, you may be eligible to earn school credit for your work hours. Consider signing up for the Work Based Learning Program. More details and directions for how to get started with sign-up can be found at the CTE Work Based Learning Webpage. The earlier in the year that you sign up, the more work hours can be counted towards school credit. So jump on it and get signed-up! Questions? Contact Mrs. Brown at email@example.com.
Senior Yearbook Deadlines
Seniors, it is time to turn in your senior portraits and quotes. Please submit your senior portrait electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline of October 22, 2021.
Parents and guardians, you have the option of submitting photos and a message to your graduating senior to be included in the yearbook. The yearbook staff will create a “grad ad” using your submission. Submit all Grad Ad photos electronically to email@example.com by the deadline of November 23, 2021.
Check here for Guidelines and information for submission
Return to Learn Handbook
In preparation for bringing students to school, BISD has created a Return to Learn Handbook with a high-level overview of the many ways BISD has modified operational practices to keep schools as safe as possible.
The handbook was developed using the guidance outlined in the Washington State Department of Health's K-12 COVID-19 Requirements for Summer 2021 and the 2021-2022 School Year, dated August 11, 2021. BISD believes in following the science related to COVID safety protocols. We are confident in the recommendations from our Washington State and Kitsap County Health Departments, and we have incorporated their mandates and recommendations into our district's reopening plan.
Spanish translated document: Volver a Aprender
Attestation FormThe Centers for Disease Control recommends that schools do not conduct daily symptom screening for K-12 students due to the ineffectiveness of on-site screening. Instead, the CDC encourages guardians to monitor their children for symptoms of infectious illness every day through home-based symptom screening prior to sending the student to school.
GUARDIANS: Please complete this form attesting that you will monitor your child(ren) daily for symptoms of illness (including taking their temperature) and not send them to school when ill.
PLEASE NOTE: School health rooms are very diligent and will send students home if they are exhibiting signs of illness.