Bethel School District Eugene OR

Promises Made, Promises Kept

After a moment of hesitation, the ribbon gave way for the opening of the new Willamette science and office complex.

After a moment of hesitation, the ribbon gave way for the opening of the new Willamette science and office complex.

Bethel School District has lived up to its word.

The district promised frugal use of taxpayer dollars to build attractive, efficient, long-lasting and effective places for kids to learn, and that is what is being delivered.

After more than a year of construction Bethel’s new school buildings are ready for students.

Ribbon-cutting celebrations are scheduled for Malabon and Fairfield Elementary Schools Thursday, September 3rd. Each school is combining the ceremony with its annual Meet The Teacher Night; Malabon’s at 5:30 and Fairfield’s at 6:30.

Both events are open to the public, with an opportunity to tour the beautiful new schools.

The ribbon-cutting for Willamette’s new science and office complex drew a large crowd, with students mingling in the building with long-time community members.

Final touches are taking place at all the schools, with landscaping being the last phase of the projects to be completed.

2 Responses to Promises Made, Promises Kept

  • This is so exciting! And so great that Bethel kids will be in great, safe new buildings. Good work, Bethel!

  • Wow! What an amazing building. It was great to see the improvements done to such a wonderful school district. I am very excited for our students. Have a great year!

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