Back To School Information

Textbook AND SUPPLIES Pick up

If you still need to pick up textbooks or supplies you can do so on regular school days between 8 am and 2 pm.

Picture Day/id Card MAKEUP event

Watch for more information on picture make up day.

Schedules AvailabIlITY

Check your Canvas page for class information.

Online Registration & Enrollment

New student registrations and current student back-to-school verifications can be completed online. Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Parent Video, and Parent Guide are available on the Online Registration webpage to help you through the process.

Bus Routes

When we return to school buildings students eligible for Transportation Service will be assigned a bus route and a bus stop. For more information click here.

Meal Benefits

Families can apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals ONLINE! The process is SAFE, SECURE, PRIVATE, and available through All students who qualify for free or reduced price meals receive breakfast and lunch meals free of charge. Instructions on completing and submitting your application are provided here.

AHS Calendar

Check the AHS Calendar for activities and events. Check here for a summary of important dates.

Volunteer Information

With almost 2000 students there are many ways volunteers can help. Volunteers can help tutor or mentor a student, assist in the classroom, library or cafeteria, help with school beautification projects, judge a science fair, help coach a team and much more. If you are interested in volunteering, we can find the school or program that is right for you. Volunteer! 

Student Accident Insurance

Beaverton School District insurance does not cover student injuries due to accidents at school or during school-sponsored activities, such as field trips.  At the beginning of each school year, the District provides parents with information on a voluntary accident insurance program.  Parents should consider this insurance option if their student is not covered by a family health or accident insurance plan.

Coverage is required for students participating in interscholastic sports who cannot show proof of other accident or health coverage.  Students must purchase coverage under Interscholastic Tackle Football Accident Plan (grades 9-12) if participating in tackle football or Student Accident & Sickness Plan or Full-Time 24/7 Accident Plans for all other Interscholastic Sports.

Optional accident insurance and sports coverage is obtained by parents directly from Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc.

  • Coverage Information and Application - English
  • Coverage Information and Application - Spanish‚Äč

If you have purchased Student Accident & Health Insurance and need to file a claim, contact Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc. at (800) 827-4695.

Clothes Closet Information

The Beaverton School District Clothes Closet is located in a portable on the west side of the District Administration Center, 16550 SW Merlo Rd. Service availability and appointment information can be found here.

Multilingual Department

The Multilingual Department (formerly Welcome Center) is located at 18640 NW Walker Rd., Entrance B of the Capital Center building, and houses the District’s English Language Learner (ELL) Program, Dual Language Program, Migrant Education Program as well as Translation and Interpretation Services.

The Department’s mission is to promote academic success and equitable access to educational opportunities for all Language Learners and Migrant students. The Multilingual Department provides a leadership role in providing assistance for Language Learners by promoting parent outreach, ensuring compliance of ELL and Migrant services, and facilitating professional development for ELL, Dual Language, and Migrant staff and classroom teachers.

Please contact Toshiko Maurizio, Administrator for Multilingual Programs, at (503) 356-3755 with any questions.

McKinney-Vento Homeless Program

If you are experiencing housing difficulties you may qualify for additional services from Beaverton School District.

If you are living in any of the following situations:

  • Shared housing with other friends or families
  • Runaway/homeless youth, and students who are not living with a parent or legally court-appointed guardian
  • Temporary or transitional housing
  • Emergency and domestic violence shelters

  • Motels or hotels
  • Campgrounds or inadequate trailer homes
  • Substandard housing (homes without heat, water, or working appliances
  • Cars, abandoned buildings, parks, the streets or other public spaces

We may be able to help you:

  • Enroll in school
  • Remain in your school if you move to another area
  • With transportation to and from school
  • Receive free or reduced cost school meals
  • Social referrals
  • Other services

For more information, please visit the McKinney-Vento Homeless Program homepage.

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