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Seeking babies, 2-4 months old; applicants must be willing to be naturally adorable; serve as a tiny teacher of empathy, attachment, and development; open to being unconditionally loved by dozens of elementary students.
The Roots of Empathy program is being introduced in first grade classrooms at Malabon and Fairfield elementaries, and it needs additional newborn volunteers.
Roots of Empathy focuses on raising levels of empathy, resulting in more respectful and caring relationships and reduced levels of bullying and aggression.
The program could still use a few more babies and moms or dads to visit a classroom nine times over the course of the school year.
Please email Sara, the Lane County Roots of Empathy Coordinator to have a conversation about taking part in this rewarding volunteer opportunity.
Students are back in school for the 72nd year in Bethel School District history.
There were pictures taken, students welcomed, friendships renewed, and routines established.
Road construction on Barger Drive created long delays and added to the anxiety of some students and their parents. The road work will continue for a few more weeks, so drivers should plan accordingly.
10th, 11th and 12th graders start at Willamette High School Wednesday, and Kalapuya High School welcomed students last Thursday.
Their days are already full with trainings, productive meetings, and planning sessions.
Bethel’s teachers are back in the buildings preparing for the coming school year.
Classified staff are also taking part in professional development activities.
There will be close to 50 new licensed staff including teachers, counselors, speech and language therapists, school psychologists and administrators.
Tuesday, September 3rd, is the first day of school for K-9 students. All Willamette students begin Wednesday, September 4th.
Close to 50 new Bethel teachers are getting a jump on the upcoming school year.
The newest members of the Bethel family have started a week’s worth of training. It includes everything from math and reading, to fun and fitness in P.E.
The teachers, counselors, and other licensed staff will also learn about Bethel’s suicide prevention program, positive behavior supports, ALICE safety procedures, and important nuts and bolts like the online grade book and record systems.
All Bethel teachers will be back on the job Monday, August 26th, preparing for the first day of school September 3rd, the day after Labor Day.