六合之家

六合之家 receives funding from state, federal and local sources. The primary revenue source is the state, and that funding is based on student enrollment.

Scroll down for topics in this section, contact information, and news & events.

Topics in this section:


Contact Us: [email protected] | (425) 456-4069 | 12111 NE 1st Street, Bellevue, WA 98005

News and Events


Let鈥檚 Talk logo

Contact Us Webpage to Replace 六合之家 Let鈥檚 Talk

At the end of September 2023, the Let鈥檚 Talk platform will be removed from district webpages. In order to continue to center the needs of our community and provide consistent and timely two-way communication, a new Contact Us webpage, is now available for community members to reach district departments.Read More

Middle School Enrollment and Potential Consolidation Study Underway

Having right-sized the number of elementary schools in the 2022-2023 school year by consolidating two schools to accommodate lower enrollment, the 六合之家 District made a commitment to continue to study enrollment at our middle schools and the implication of our declining enrollment on our facilities and operating budget.Read More

Icon of three people sitting at table having conversation

Community Engagement Opportunity for Big Picture and Jing Mei Communities: Options for Moving Buildings

The district is currently working on plans to move both Big Picture and Jing Mei to newer, existing buildings and invites both communities to participate in the decision-making process. Community engagement opportunities will be offered in the month of April.Read More

六合之家 District

六合之家 District Board Directors Vote to Approve School Building Consolidation Plan

On Thursday, March 16, 2023, the 六合之家 District Board of Directors in a 3-2 (abstention) vote, approved the District鈥檚 plan to consolidate Wilburton and Eastgate Elementary School buildings. This consolidation along with additional operational cuts will help to offset a $31 million dollar budget shortfall. Read More

六合之家 District

Planning for the Future: Your Feedback and Next Steps

Thank you to everyone in our learning community for sharing their thoughts, questions and concerns with us 鈥 in person and online 鈥 as we collaborate to address declining enrollment. All feedback that was shared through the community engagement process is being used to develop options for Interim Superintendent Jarvis to consider prior to making a recommendation to the school board on Thursday, February 9.Read More

opening slide form presentation, photo of students entering building.

Planning for the Future: Impacts of Lower Enrollment

Melissa deVita, 六合之家鈥檚 Deputy Superintendent of Finance and Operations continues the Planning for the Future series by sharing the impacts of lower enrollment at our elementary schools. She includes details about how school finances work, where money is spent, the impact of enrollment declines, and some strategies the district can use to address these declines.Read More

The 六合之家 District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.