Arrival/Dismissal Help

Volunteers are needed daily at 7:40-8:05am and 2:20-2:45pm (*Wednesdays 12:05-12:30pm).  Check-in at the main office to get a yellow vest and instructions.  You will help direct drivers and student walkers to ensure traffic flows and everyone stays safe.  Please e-mail Connie Kramer at with your availability.

Bridle Trails State Park – Public Lands Day – October 1st

A fun opportunity to give back to this treasured park with friends & family!

Together we’ll remove invasives displacing native understory plants and trees in our 482-acre park.


WE’LL MEET IN THE EVENT/PICNIC AREA AT 9AM SHARP for directions, coffee, cocoa, and donuts before we head out in teams to tackle and take down some unwelcome visitors in the park: English Holly, English Ivy, Laurel, and European Mountain Ash.

The Foundation will provide all tools and have gloves on hand (children sizes too), but if you’ve got a favorite pair, be sure to bring them.


REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED so that we can prioritize and maximize our work plan for the morning and (very important), to ensure that we’ve got enough donuts!

Event is rain or shine!


SCOUT GROUPS: We’ve got plenty of fun and kid friendly work and would love to have you join us!

Please contact us at if you would like to register a group.


OLDER SCOUTS: In conjunction with this National Public Lands Day Stewardship Event, we’re excited to expand the stewardship piece with a 3.5 mile self-led trail adventure in the afternoon focusing on the park’s forest ecosystem and threats that it faces. Trail discoveries will support GSA Eco Trekker badge work and BSA Invasive Species badge work.

If interested in this extended scout opportunity, please contact us at so that we can prepare materials for your trail adventures!


Please note that this is not a drop-off event. Scouts must be accompanied by an adult or follow their scout/adult safety ratios, bring own water bottle and snacks, and earned official badges or achievements are not included.


As a thank you for assisting in the care of the park, we’ve got Bridle Trails Park Foundation 20th Anniversary t-shirts for participants!

Yearbook Chair Needed

Do you love looking at photo books? Are you good at helping a team succeed? Are you organized and you want to make an impact at Cherry Crest? Then we’d love to have you lead the Yearbook team with 2 other volunteers. See your hard work come to fruition and develop a memorable, beautiful Yearbook this year for Cherry Crest.

Please email if you’re interested and would like more information.

Lost and Found

We already have a large amount of lost and found items at the school as kids are still getting used to their new routines.

Please remind your kids to check the lost and found at the entrance of the school. Families can also check for it since it is kept outside the school’s front doors.

Bellevue Schools Foundation updates

Bellevue Schools Foundation: Invites You to a Block Party and Education Connections


Block Party Invitation


We invite you to join us in celebrating the 2022—2023 School Year with a gift in honor of your students, the entire school community, and BSF’s programming at Our Block Party from 11:00 AM –1:00 PM at Bellevue Downtown Park on Oct. 1. There will be food trucks, music, hands-on activities and lawn games for the whole family.


We hope to see you there!

Education Connections – Early Learning

September 29, 2022, 11:45AM – 1:00 PM, WISC Rainier Room (Taco bar lunch will be provided by Newport Knives)

Our Early Learning educators will discuss the value of early childhood education and the unique approach of the Bellevue School District. Gain insight into inclusive classrooms, tuition assistance, and the often unexpected benefits families receive from having a safe place for their kids during the work day. BSF is proud to support this important start to our students’ education.


Megan James, Early Learning Curriculum Developer

Rebecca Mayes, Special Ed Preschool Coordinator

Kellea Taylor, Preschool Operations Manager

Angela Rodriguez, Director of School Support

Math and Science Clubs

With year 2022-2023, we are excited to announce Math Club and Science club will be running in Cherry Crest. 3rd-5th graders can participate.

Math club link for registration and volunteer signup:

Science Club link for registration and Volunteer signup :

Math club runs every Tuesday 4:15pm-5:15pm as an Online Teams meeting. We will register kids for several math competitions.

We will be covering the Art of problem-solving book syllabus and old question papers of the competitions.

Science Club runs every Wednesday 12:55pm -2:30pm, In person (hands on projects), Including science Olympiad competition in January.

We are covering the science Olympiad events in the science club at the elementary level.


Please keep an eye on Chatter in September month.  Parents meeting on 30th Sept 6:00-7:00pm in Cafeteria. Deadline for registration is the end of Septembe

Connect with others at the PTSA Family Dinners

Back by popular demand, please join your fellow classmates and their families at dinner this October where you can mingle, chat, and connect with new classmates and old friends.

  • Kindergarten & 1st Grade: Tues, Oct 4th, 6pm
  • 2nd Grade: Thurs, Oct 6th, 6pm
  • 3rd Grade: Tues, Oct 11th, 6pm
  • 4th & 5th Grade: Wed, Oct 12th, 6pm

All family members, including siblings are encouraged to attend. To make it more convenient for families, you can order dinners here. Kids 4 and under are free, 5-11 are $15, and 12+ years old are $20. Dinner orders are due by Wednesday, Sept 28th. If you miss the deadline, you can, of course, still attend but please bring food for your family.

We also always have a neighbor-to-neighbor fund where the PTSA will cover the cost of meals for those who need it, by contacting Principal Steere at Questions? E-mail

We hope to see you there!