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In the wake of the February snowpocalypse Bethel School District has added three days to the end of the school year in June.
The last day for students was supposed to be Thursday, June 13, a half day. Now students’ last day will be Tuesday, June 18th and it will also be a half day.
Willamette High School’s graduation will remain June 7th.
Each Bethel school will determine what – if any – adjustments need to be made to their end-of-the-year activities.
The three additional school days may conflict with summer vacation plans. In some cases that is unavoidable. But, it is important to provide as much learning time as we can for our students, so we want as many children in school as possible.
The plan for additional will go to the School Board for final approval on April 8th.
Not all heroes wear capes. That’s the message of the 26th annual Wolverine Pageant this Saturday night at Powers Auditorium.
Dances, skits, costumes, and testimonials will be part of the show, which raises money for the Children’s Miracle Network.
Nine contestants and 17 coordinators have been working hard over the last four months rehearsing and taking part in fundraising activities. Last year’s pageant brought in more than $24,000.
Saturday’s pageant starts at 6:30 p.m., with a silent auction opening at 5:30.
Tickets are on sale at Willamette: $10 for GA and $15 for reserved. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Culminating perhaps its best season in decades, the Willamette boys basketball team has brought home a 5th place trophy from the 5A State Tournament.
It was Willamette’s first appearance in the tourney in 33 years.
The Wolverines finished in second in the tough Midwestern League, which placed half of the teams in the tourney at Oregon State University.
Willamette’s Luke Smith earned all-tournament honors, one of the few sophomores to receive that recognition.
Willamette’s boys basketball team has moved into the 5A state semi-finals after a hard-fought 64-59 win over Thurston.
Luke Burke led Wil-Hi with 17 points and 8 rebounds in a game that was tight all the way. Luke Smith added 17 points and Jacob Curtis 10.
Willamette will square off for the third time this season against nearby rival Churchill Friday at 1:30 in Gill Coliseum at Oregon State University.