With the cold and flu season arriving it’s time for a reminder about the Bethel Health Center.
This medical clinic is located inside Cascade Middle School and provides affordable, quality health care for all Bethel School District children.
For everything from pink eye and sore throats to more serious medical complaints, the Bethel Health Center is ready to help. There are also two mental health specialists on staff providing important services for students.
Contact the Health Center at 541-607-1430.
And go to the Bethel Health Center web page for more information.
Find out exactly how your child is doing in school at this week’s parent-teacher conferences at all of Bethel’s elementary, middle and K-8 schools.
In addition to details on specific academic achievement, parents of each student will receive an individualized On-Track For Success Report.
It will show how the child is progressing toward an eventual high school diploma.
Just in time for the holidays is the Bethel Boosters’ annual vendor show and craft fair, otherwise known as Booster Palooza.
Mark your calendars for this Saturday, December 6th, 10:00-3:00 in the Willamette cafeteria.
Shoppers can anticipate a wide variety of local crafters displaying their wares.
In addition, a raffle will be held for a quilt sewn by Willamette staff members. All revenue from the raffle will go to the staff’s annual scholarship for a deserving senior student.
Willamette Senior Alycia Wodke has been named to the 6A first-team all-state volleyball team.
Wodke led Wil-Hi to a 6th place finish at the state tournament, one year after lifting WHS to a second place finish in the 5A state tourney.
Wodke was already named the Southwest Conference Player of the Year. Her father, Brian Wodke, was honored as the league’s Coach of the Year.
Willamette seniors Emily Eckart and Tory Bennett were also named first-team all-conference. Junior Alyssa Gayle was honored with a second-team selection, and sophomore Emily Henderson earned Honorable Mention recognition.