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The annual Senior Citizens Holiday Breakfast is an opportunity for seniors to return to school and for students to serve as welcoming hosts.

The annual Senior Citizens Holiday Breakfast is an opportunity for seniors to return to school and for WHS students to serve as welcoming hosts.

Willamette’s 31st annual Senior Citizens Holiday Breakfast has been scheduled for December 14th, 7:45 a.m. in the Wil-Hi cafeteria.

All local senior citizens are invited. It’s all free: great food, entertainment, raffle drawings, and lots of friends.

This annual breakfast is presented by Willamette Leadership Students and is a well-known and much-anticipated event.

Help us spread the word, and please RSVP by December 5th at 541-461-6401.

The Oregon Duck presents a $10,000 check to the Bethel Education Foundation's Brooke Cottle. The windfall will go to Bethel classrooms in the form of BEF mini-grants.

The Oregon Duck presents a $10,000 check to the Bethel Education Foundation’s Brooke Cottle. The windfall will go to Bethel classrooms in the form of BEF mini-grants.

One of the best parts of the Oregon Ducks’ final home football game came during the third quarter.

The Oregon Duck presented a $10,000 check to the Bethel Education Foundation.

The windfall is a grant from the College Football Playoff Foundation. Each PAC-12 school – including the UO – received the money and former Bethel principal Glen Martz recommended that the UO donate the $10,000 to the BEF.

BEF co-founder Brooke Cottle was welcomed onto the Autzen Stadium turf to accept the giant check.

Not only will Bethel students benefit from this generous donation, UO athletes will be on hand to help BEF board members present the grant awards to surprised Bethel educators on Wednesday, December 14.

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Robin and Marian hold their own in sword play and one-liners in the Willamette production of Robin Hood.

Robin Hood takes the stage at Willamette High School this week, with a twist. Maid Marian is no damsel in distress, and Robin Hood is equal parts humorous and hero.

This version of Robin Hood follows the traditional story. They’re still swinging their swords and bringing justice to Sherwood Forest, but the characters get reinvented.

30 WHS students have spent two months rehearsing for three performances; Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights at 7:00 in Willamette’s Powers Auditorium.

Tickets are available at the door.

A group of teachers at Willamette High School wanted to better understand what it feels like to be on the student side of the school experience. 11 teachers took the opportunity to live a day in the life of a student, attending class, completing coursework and homework, participating in activities, and more.

Here is some of the teachers’ testimony after days of living the full student experience.

WHS administrators shared their Day in the Life experiment at this week’s Oregon School Board Association statewide conference.

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