Join or Renew PTSA Membership for the 2022-2023 School Year!

Your Beaver Lake PTSA membership provides support for our students, staff and teachers and creates a strong school community. Click on the link above to join or renew - only one membership needed per family. Thank you!

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteering is an important way to support our kids and school! Help make this the best year yet by lending your time, energy and enthusiasm as you are able - we offer many opportunities to match your available time commitment, such as data entry from home, help during school lunches, coordination of family events and much more. To find out more and sign up, click here

2022-2023 PTSA Board

Co-Presidents:                  Meng Yang and Susan Ho
Secretary:                         Janna Firdaus
Treasurer:                          Pavithra Madhu
Co-VP Volunteers:           Tara Farhad and Loretta Brownlee
Co-VP Membership:        Nicole Brenner and Min Zhang
VP Communications:      Jeanna Schmidt
FACE Representative:     Qibo Fan

What’s The Difference Between PTSA, ASB, and ISF?

The Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA), Associated Student Body (ASB), and Issaquah Schools Foundation (ISF) are three separate but complementary organizations which provide a variety of support to multiple programs at BLMS. While each school has its own PTSA and ASB, the ISF supports all schools district-wide.

What is it?
Parent Teacher Student Association - a national organization of parents, staff, and students who elect to join the PTSA. Provides enrichment, grants, volunteers, necessities, and support to education-focused BLMS programs; acts as liaison for parents with the School District and  State PTSA.
Associated Student Body - comprised of all BLMS students who purchase ID cards in the fall; students vote on peer representatives to govern and provide leadership through school events.  
501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides district-wide programs supporting opportunities for every student at every school.
What is their primary focus?
Enrichment programs such as Reflections, volunteers, parent education, funding teacher grants, supporting school activities and community events through volunteers, and staff appreciation.
Sports and after-school clubs, extra-curricular activities, field trips, spirit week, BLMS assemblies, food drives, school-wide fundraisers, and providing necessary equipment, supplies, tools and uniforms.
Academic support, music programs, food support, student needs, fine arts fund, Cultural Bridges family guide, ParentWiser, robotics club, teacher grants.  

The BLMS PTSA supports all programs and events through membership, direct donations from families and fundraising events.
ASB requests donations directly from families. 


Giving Campaign (Fall), Nourish Every Mind (Spring).

How can parents get involved?
Join the PTSA and become an active volunteer! Join the Board, chair a committee, or support our programs or events. Find out more about volunteer opportunities here.
Learn about ASB and help your student know what programs are available. Donate to ASB, supporting clubs, sports activities, and socials. Volunteer to assist at ASB events.  
Find volunteer opportunities here


School Supply and Backpack Donations Needed!

As this school year draws to a close, the Issaquah Schools Foundation is already focusing on needs for next year. As you purchase school supplies for your student(s), please consider donating to students in need as well. We invite you to donate to Tools4School - a community-wide effort to provide free backpacks filled with school supplies to more than 1,000 students so they can go back to school with the tools they need to succeed.  You can support these students by donating backpacks and pre-packaged supply kits HERE.

How can families register to receive backpacks and school supplies? Registration to receive a backpack and supplies is HERE. Backpacks will be available at each school by August 15th.

Thank you for supporting the students in our community!

Issaquah Schools Foundation Cultural Bridges Family Guide 

The Issaquah Schools Foundation Cultural Bridges Family Guide 2021-2022 is now available in an electronic format, as well as a paper copy, in Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.  For an electronic copy, visit: To request a paper copy, contact the school front office, visit your local library or community center, or contact the Issaquah Schools Foundation at: The Family Guide contains lots of useful school-related information from Kindergarten to High School and is for all families in the Issaquah School District. It provides a brief overview on the schools in the District, as well as what to expect when attending public school.


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