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Mission

The staff and families of Beverly Park strive to create a safe, motivating, and respectful learning environment, where students realize their potential while developing academic skills through teamwork and an appreciation for the talents of all.  Beverly Park Elementary is a vibrant community of learners. The 550 students, staff, and families focus on relationship building, personal growth, and learning.

Principal

Robin Lamoureux  Dear Beverly Park families, students, and patrons,

It is with great enthusiasm that I greet you as the new principal of Beverly Park Elementary School! When I meet the Beverly Park teachers and staff they tell me how wonderful the students are, and when I ask the children as I meet them, they say they love the teachers! Thanks a good combination!!

I know this school is rooted in tradition and love for this community. The family events, Family Fun Nights and many other activities joining the family and school in service of the students are examples of the strong bond between school and home. There is an active and vibrant PTA helping to sponsor every school event, and many other community partnerships all supporting our school and our students. This year on September 8, Stoneway Concrete, along with Gary Merlino Construction and other local businesses will donate ALL school supplies for every student at Beverly Park! Such a kind and generous gesture, both financially and in support of every student’s academic success! We feel so lucky and grateful to have been chosen to receive this large donation on behalf of the wonderful students at Beverly Park. It’s clear to see that this community supports this school, the children and teachers, and the good work happening here. Take a look at the new mini pitch soccer field, you will see it in good use as school begins soon.

I know you will join me in celebrating the wonderful teachers and staff at Beverly Park. They have welcomed me with enthusiasm and dedication to providing the highest level learning experiences for each and every student, each and every day. We ask that in support of this, you partner with us and ensure your child attends regularly and only misses school when they are very sick. It is well known that students with good attendance generally receive higher grades and enjoy school more. Regular school attendance patterns encourage the development of responsible patterns of behavior in the future.

I also introduce Mr. Steve Colmus our new Assistant Principal, he is anxious to meet the students and support them in their learning success this year. Please do not hesitate to contact us often, we want to know you as parents and partners in your child’s education at Beverly Park!

Happy end of Summer, Happy School Year!
 
Ms. Lamoureux, Principal

About Us

1201 South 104th Street
Seattle, WA 98168
 
Phone
206-631-3400
 
Principal
 
Office Manager
 
School Hours
9:10 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.
 
Early Release Days
9:10 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.
 
Office Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
 
Fax
206-631-3452

News

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  • Community-led Bond Slated for November Ballot

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