Bethel School District

Eugene, Oregon USA

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Renewed Technology Connects With Kids

Laptops being presented.

Kalapuya student Nick Stonelake accepts a laptop from Eugene Mayor Lucy Vinis. The Mayor was invited by the Oregon Black Education Foundation and NextStep Recycling to help hand out refurbished laptops to KHS students.

Laptop computers that have been refurbished and given new life are being welcomed in the homes of 10 Kalapuya High School students.

None of the students had access to a computer at home. They were part of a writing assignment asking how a computer would help them achieve their dreams.

The Oregon Black Education Foundation, led by state senator James Manning – a longtime KHS supporter – arranged for the students to receive the born-again laptops from NextStep Recycling.

The Kalapuya students were happily surprised with the laptops at a school assembly.

BEF Grant Parade Marches On

Danebo teacher Crystal Strege is celebrated by her loving students.

Brought to tears by winning a BEF grant, Danebo teacher Crystal Strege is celebrated by her loving students.

More than $26,000 was handed out in grants to Bethel teachers, courtesy of the Bethel Education Foundation.

The awards came as a surprise, with BEF Board members joined by a small band that marched down school hallways on the way to winners’ classrooms.

Nearly every Bethel school had at least one winner.

The funded grant proposals included Chromebooks, field trips, artists-in-residence, library books, iPads, special classroom materials and much more.

The Bethel Education Foundation was started by a group of active parents in 2009, dedicated to enhancing the education of Bethel children by supporting innovative and engaging experiences.

Have A Wellness Exam…Receive A Gift Card

Bethel Health Center LogoThe Bethel Health Center is giving away $25 Fred Meyer gift cards to any Bethel student (ages 12-18) who schedules a wellness exam at the Health Center.

A Wellness Exam is like an annual physical, and exists to keep kids healthy. It covers all sorts of great screening for diet, anemia, mental health, dental, sleep, substance abuse, sexual activity, and immunizations.

Most teens don’t get their Wellness Exam, and yet it is a critical time for their health and development. 

That’s why Trillium (Oregon Health Plan) and Dr. Pilar Bradshaw are offering $25 gift cards as incentives for teens to get their Wellness Exam at the Bethel Health Center.

Click here for more information.

Free Dental Care For Bethel Students

Dentist examining a student.

A dentist from White Bird will provide free dental services for Bethel students.

The Bethel Health Center and the White Bird Dental Clinic are offering no-cost dental services for Bethel students.

November 16th & 30th and December 14th are the upcoming Friday Dental Days at the Health Center.

All Bethel students are eligible regardless of ability to pay.

To take advantage of this convenient and great service, click here for the form, print it out and return the completed form to the Health Assistant in your school’s front office. You will receive a call to schedule the appointment.

You can also call the Bethel Health Center for an appointment: 541-607-1430.

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