October 30, 2020

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Image about New State Metricss
Hi Amazing Meadow View Families! As many of you may know, today the Governor announced that some state COVID-19 requirements have been adjusted, bringing Oregon closer to the standards recommended by the CDC and more in line with the requirements set by most states. This means possibly allowing students to return to in-school instruction sooner....
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Some state COVID-19 requirements have been relaxed, bringing Oregon closer to the standards recommended by the CDC and more in line with the requirements set by most states. This means possibly allowing students to return to in-school instruction sooner. Currently, Lane County’s COVID-19 case rate is still too high for us to welcome students back...
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WHS Open House
Willamette High  School Open House (Para programar una conferencia de padres y maestros con traducción al español, comuníquese con Yadira al (541) 689-0734 o yadira.flores@bethel.k12.or.us) Save the date for Parent-Teacher Conferences: Wednesday, November 4th
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text reading "Covid-19 New State Metrics" with a blue bar graph in the background
Some state COVID-19 requirements have been relaxed, bringing Oregon closer to the standards recommended by the CDC and more in line with the requirements set by most states. This means possibly allowing students to return to in-school instruction sooner. Currently, Lane County’s COVID-19 case rate is still too high for us to welcome students back...
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Some state COVID-19 requirements have been relaxed, bringing Oregon closer to the standards recommended by the CDC and more in line with the requirements set by most states. This means possibly allowing students to return to in-school instruction sooner. Currently, Lane County’s COVID-19 case rate is still too high for us to welcome students back...
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Some state COVID-19 requirements have been relaxed, bringing Oregon closer to the standards recommended by the CDC and more in line with the requirements set by most states. This means possibly allowing students to return to in-school instruction sooner. Currently, Lane County’s COVID-19 case rate is still too high for us to welcome students back...
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