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A grant-funded project at Willamette High School is helping to answer that age-old question about math: When will I ever use this?
The Wil-Hi Math department is working with the CTE (Career Technical Education) department to demonstrate math’s application in real world – and real work – situations.
Willamette High School Geometry students toured Western Shelter in Eugene, and measured one of the company’s tent structures.
On a daily basis staff at Western Shelter use their knowledge of angles, area, and planes, the same subjects that students are learning in Geometry class. The company provides tent-like structures for natural disaster response, wildland firefighters, the military, and other important customers worldwide.
The Willamette project is proving math’s application to actual jobs and valuable skills.
60 boxes of school supplies have been unloaded at Clear Lake Elementary, courtesy of OfficeMax employees and customers.
Store manager Katrina Luther delivered 250 individual boxes of crayons, an equal number of rulers, glue sticks, erasers, and boxes of pencils.
3,600 spiral notebooks and 1,500 composition notebooks were donated.
3,800 portfolios and reams of printer paper are among the supplies.
Clear Lake students were happy to help unload the boxes of supplies, which will be used throughout Bethel School District.
Other generous donations were also recently received from OnPoint Credit Union, PenFed Credit Union, and the VFW Ladies Auxiliary.
Marking the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Cascade Middle School Leadership students brought a muffin basket with a card to surprised firefighters at Bethel’s Eugene Station 7.
It was a simple but heartfelt message of thanks for their service.
Although school has only been in session for six days, Cascade’s Leadership kids already have big plans for the school year.
They include the Sandy Hook Promise program’s Start With Hello Week, in which students reach out to and include those who may be dealing with social isolation.
Bethel’s youngest students are getting a smooth transition to school.
Smart Start is Bethel’s program to provide Kindergartners an organized and strategic introduction to school.
Half of this year’s kinders come the first day of school, and half attend the second day. Thursday and Friday are reserved for parent-teacher meetings.
This provides an opportunity for students to work in smaller groups as they learn to navigate new routines, new expectations, new friends and their new school.
By meeting with parents and guardians, teachers can begin assessing each child’s academic and Kindergarten readiness skills.
Kindergarten Smart Start is a thoughtful and welcoming way for students to begin a successful school career in Bethel.