With current technology improving every day, our Beaverton students are far behind with computers that are several years old. Students should be engaged and taught in a way that will help them succeed once they graduate. That requires new ways of learning with technology. And that is not possible with old computers – a major reason why the Beaverton School Bond is so important. The Bond, Measure 34-219, would bring in $7 million a year for technology alone if it is passed. All without increasing the tax rate.

The new technology has the potential to change the face of learning in the district, say some principals and teachers. It is an additional classroom tool, and in the hands of a properly trained teacher, the devices can make a classroom sing.

Students would benefit greatly with an upgrade to the school’s technology – from new computers to upgrades to the current wireless Internet. With the Bond, the district would add 1,200 wireless access points and would distribute about 2,000 new computers throughout the district as early as this summer.

Read more here for more about how the bond will help. And remember vote YES on Measure 34-219 by May 20th!


Help pass Measure 34-219!

May 14, 2014

We have built a great team of volunteers to help pass Measure 34-219! But we are only 6 days away from Election Day and we still need your help! Now is the time to remind people to return their ballots and vote YES for Beaverton Schools. Ways you can help: 1. By voting YES on Measure 34-219 […]

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Stand for Children, Beaverton Chapter Says YES

April 29, 2014

Our Beaverton students deserve the chance at an excellent education. And that education comes from a positive and encouraging learning environment – one that the Beaverton School District is asking voters to help support with Measure 34-219. The Stand for Children, Beaverton Chapter, has endorsed and agrees that: “This bond absolutely deserves the support of […]

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Beaverton Valley Times: “Voters should support school bond proposal”

April 28, 2014

Beaverton Valley Times endorses the Beaverton School Bond and agrees that voters “should approve Measure 34-219 and agree to continue their generous support of local schools.” Where more than a third of our 51 Beaverton schools are over capacity, the School Bond will help ease overcrowding, while building a new high school, middle school and […]

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We have amazing volunteers!

April 24, 2014

Our volunteers are rocking it on the phones and at the doors! Just this Monday we had 19 volunteers at our phone bank. Together, they dialed more than 1500 numbers, contacted more than 300 voters, and ID’d more than 220 supporters! Now that is a successful night! But we still need to fight for our […]

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We’ve Got Yard Signs!

April 20, 2014

  We’ve got yard signs! Click here to fill out a yard sign request form, or email to arrange to pick up your sign.  Please take a moment to spread the word by emailing anyone you know who may be interested, and sharing this post on Google, Facebook or Twitter using the buttons on […]

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About The Beaverton School Bond

March 1, 2014

Beaverton has great kids. And our Beaverton Schools do a good job of giving them a great education. But the fact is that it is delivering that education in schools that are often overcrowded, aging, and in need of critical repairs. Our children and teachers deserve schools that are safe and sound. That is why […]

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