Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance
The Bethel School District fully supports the ADA and its requirement to make Websites ADA compliant. We are actively working to meet and maintain those requirements.
All kids in Bethel ages 18 and under are welcome to enjoy free summer lunches provided by Bethel School District.
The healthy and tasty meals are offered at:
- Irwin and State Street Parks, Monday–Friday, Noon–1:00
- Cascade Middle School every Tuesday, 2:30–4:30 in collaboration with the Bethel Free Farmers Market
- Prairie Mountain School, Monday–Friday, 11:30–12:30
Click here for the Bethel Meals that include a sack lunch and some hot food. The nutritionally-balanced lunches include fruit, proteins, whole grains, vegetables and milk.
The USDA and Bethel School District are equal opportunity providers.
Real world work is being produced in Willamette High School’s Advanced Design class.
Four WHS students’ designs are on LTD buses, further proof that teacher Kate Doyle is helping students build professional portfolios for careers in graphic design.
The Way You Move was a themed art competition from Safe Routes to School, encouraging the use of public transit, bicycling, and walking as travel options to school.
The competition became part of an assignment in Wil-Hi’s Advanced Design class, and four of the five winning entries came from that class.
Designs by Dylan Alexander, Edward Flores, Colin Longstreet and Jake Muller are now rolling down the road on the backs of LTD buses.
WHS offers a wide variety of CTE options for students, including an Industry and Engineering program.
Former Wil-Hi student Nick Highfill produced this video explaining the I&E option for students, and it’s clear to see why it is a popular choice at Willamette.
34 graduates were honored individually at the Kalapuya High School commencement ceremony.
Stories were shared of resilient, caring, smart, focused and successful students.
Most of these kids did not find success at a traditional comprehensive high school but discovered a welcoming home at Kalapuya.
The grads are heading to college, the workforce or the military. They have demonstrated an ability to overcome challenges and reach their goals. All the best to the Class of 2018!