Cascade Middle School

Bethel School District Eugene OR

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BINGO and Spaghetti this week!

Affordable Dinner and Fun at Cascade THIS WEDNESDAY!!

Please join us for BINGO and Spaghetti at Cascade on Wednesday, October 24. 

$2 per plate of food, 2 BINGO Cards for $1. 

All proceeds benefit our PTO projects and classroom support for teachers!

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Progress Reports

If you did not receive a progress report from your student on Friday, please ask them to provide it for you. If you need an additional copy, please contact the office.

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Important Survey

Cascade Families,

Bethel School District wants your feedback regarding the possible development and implementation of a Magnet program at the elementary level. What is a Magnet school? A magnet school offers special instruction not available at all public schools. For example a magnet school could specialize in language, arts, science, etc.

Please take a moment to complete this quick and anonymous survey. There are only 5 multiple choice questions and your help will give the District valuable information. Thanks very much for your participation.

 
Encuesta Importante
Familias de Cascade,
El Distrito Escolar Bethel necesita sus comentarios sobre el posible desarrollo e implementación de un programa de Imán a nivel de primaria. ¿Qué es una escuela Imán? Una escuela imán ofrece instrucción especial que no está disponible en todas las escuelas públicas. Por ejemplo, una escuela imán puede especializarse en lenguaje, arte, ciencias, etc.
Por favor de tomarse un tiempo para completar esta encuesta anónima y rápida. Solamente hay 5 preguntas de opción múltiple y le dará información valiosa al Distrito. Muchas gracias por su participación.

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Leadership Students making positive changes to our school!

Leadership creates changing stalls in locker room

Free Cooking Course Starts Tuesday

Food for Lane County and Bethel School District are hosting a free cooking course for Bethel residents.

Learn how to make tasty, easy and healthy meals that are easy on your budget.

Click here.

Curso de cocina gratis comienza el martes

Food for Lane County y el Distrito Escolar de Bethel están organizando un curso de cocina gratuito para los residentes de Bethel.

Aprenda cómo preparar comidas sabrosas, fáciles y saludables que sean fáciles para su presupuesto.

Haga clic aqui.

Cascade News and Notes

Student Council Elections Monday!

Our student leaders are excited to finish off their campaigns, with videos of speeches and elections on Monday. Student Council support school policy changes, plans school activities, and delivers important info to their classmates.

Here are a few creative posters seen in our hallways:

Mark Your Calendars!

October 24, 6:00 – 7:30pm

BINGO! Spaghetti Dinner! Prizes! Cookies! 

Cascade Cafeteria, presented by Cascade PTO

$2 per plate of food (spaghetti, salad, bread), $1 drinks, $0.50 per BINGO card!

 

Progress Reports this Friday

Your student will bring home progress reports this Friday. If you do not receive it, please contact the office for a copy. All students should be monitoring their grades via Home Access: here is the link – Click here and then “Home Access”

 

First Dance this Friday!

C-Crew is hosting a “Welcome Back” dance after school on Friday, Oct 19. It will run until 4:30. Students attending should contact home before leaving early if they cannot stay until 4:30. All school dress-code approved attire is welcome.

 

Calling all parent volunteers!

If you plan to volunteer or chaperone this year, please fill out the parent volunteer form here: Volunteer Form Do this before your planned volunteering, and be sure to click “Cascade.” You’ll need to do this again if you volunteered at elementary schools. Thank you!

We are in need of volunteers for BINGO/Spaghetti Night and for our upcoming cookie dough fundraiser. If you are able to help serve, set-up, take down, stuff envelopes, or else, please e-mail natalie.oliver@bethel.k12.or.us.  Thank you for supporting our middle school students!

 

 

Picture Re-Takes Tomorrow!

Cascade picture re-takes are tomorrow morning (Wednesday, 10/10). If students already had a picture taken at registration, they are only allowed to re-take with an online order or a picture packet. 

If a student has not yet taken a school picture, they will take it tomorrow. Here is the link to order: mylifetouch.com School ID: FO528114Y1

 

Cascade News and Notes

Join the Willamette Volleyball team tonight!

Pizza, goodies, and the first 15 middle schoolers get a free T-shirt! The game starts at 5:15 and WHS plays #3 Crater!

Student Hall of Fame for September!

Congratulations to our first Hall of Fame students of the 2018-19 school year! Students receive a picture with their nominating teacher, a certificate, and pizza with the Principal! Here is this month’s list for Off to a Great Start!

Rylan Watkins-Kirkpatrick, Esther Guderjahn, Ely Pittman, Jacob Perez, Kaylee Smith, David Barber, Diego Monge, Andrew Ramos-Aguirre, Allayna Eckstrom, Louis Schering, Noe Hogue, Jesus Rojas, Nikki Rothchild, Kaylee Daggs-Anglin, Alex Kalams-Jurak, Kai Tennant, Maddie Vincent, Kierra Pittman, Dylan Cleveland, Aiden Bergstrom, Michael Small, Sage Bus, Rachel Walters, Alison Sayvongsa, Hannah Russell, Aurora Bridges, Dakota Erickson, Ben Fittinger, Lindsey Dickinson, Kiara Cantero, Tommy Scott, Katie Garcia, Haley Trombley. 

 

 

Mark Your Calendars!

Oct 10: Walk and Roll to School Day! Bike, walk, or roll (or take the bus!) and be entered into a contest for prizes! Remember to sign in when you arrive!

Oct 12: NO SCHOOL – inservice day

Oct 19: First School Dance – C-Crew dance, after school (ends at 4:30)

Oct 19: First Progress Reports go home

Oct 24: BINGO Night and Spaghetti Feed at Cascade (presented by Cascade PTO)

 

Please Read: Before School Expectations

Please do not send your student to school early unless:

  • they are getting breakfast in the cafeteria (8:15 – 8:35)
  • they are on the bus and arriving when the bus drops them off
  • there is no other option for supervision 

Doors open to the school at 8:35. We have two adult supervisors in front of Cascade beginning at 8:15. Our capacity for supervision is limited, please help out if you can! Students start the day in a calmer state if they either start with breakfast in the cafeteria or arrive closer to 8:35, when students are able to access lockers. Thank you for your help in creating a positive and calm before-school environment!

 

Fill Up at the Farm

Come visit our first emergency water station and  receive a free water container!

Emergency Water Distribution Station
This Site will provide water to the community during an emergency or disaster.
The Eugene Water & Electric Board and Bethel School District will host a ribbon cutting for the community’s first emergency water station from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Bethel Farm.
The station is the first of at least five EWEB will build in the next few years to supply water to the community in case a natural disaster or other emergency disrupts water service. This partnership uses the well at the Farm, combined with a pumping station with backup power to provide emergency water to area residents.

Come join us on Oct. 6 to fill up an emergency water container and learn more about how our community is preparing for emergencies.

  • Free 3-gallon emergency water storage containers – one per person while supplies last.
  • Get emergency preparation info and enter a raffle for prizes
  • The Bethel Farm is located off Patriot Way behind Prairie Mountain School at 5305 Royal Ave. Parking is limited, so please consider biking or walking. More information can be found here: EWEB

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Below is a blog post that was sent last week, but did not reach everyone due to website issues. 

Start With Hello Week has been a SUCCESS!

Start with Hello Week is a campaign to call attention to and help end social isolation at school. Students in Ms. Witty’s Leadership class planned incredible activities this week, beginning with serving hot chocolate in cups with hand-written messages on Monday morning, along with a video showing our students and staff saying “hello” a bunch of different ways!

Maritza, Clarissa, Sandra, Rylan, and Leslie serve hot chocolate for breakfast!

 

Mayu showing off her hot chocolate cup that says, “be your special.”

Students found notes of “Hello, there!” and “Good Morning!” taped to lockers after 1st period.

Thursday was Star Wars “Mix it Up” day at lunch! Students sat at character tables with classmates they may not typically sit with!

Kayden rocks his green outfit for Green Day!

 

Students filled out a “Get to Know You” sheet at lunch and earned a treat for “mixing it up!”

 

PTO Meeting Monday!

Please join us on Monday at 5:30pm in the libary to plan and implement our fall fundraising ideas! Thank you for your support!!

Fill Up at the Farm

Come visit our first emergency water station and  receive a free water container!

Emergency Water Distribution Station

This Site will provide water to the community during an emergency or disaster.

The Eugene Water & Electric Board and Bethel School District will host a ribbon cutting for the community’s first emergency water station from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Bethel Farm.

The station is the first of at least five EWEB will build in the next few years to supply water to the community in case a natural disaster or other emergency disrupts water service. This partnership uses the well at the Farm, combined with a pumping station with backup power to provide emergency water to area residents.

Come join us on Oct. 6 to fill up an emergency water container and learn more about how our community is preparing for emergencies.

  • Free 3-gallon emergency water storage containers – one per person while supplies last.
  • Get emergency preparation info and enter a raffle for prizes

The Bethel Farm is located off Patriot Way behind Prairie Mountain School at 5305 Royal Ave. Parking is limited, so please consider biking or walking. More information can be found here: EWEB

 

Llene en la Farm

¡Venga a visitar nuestra primera estación de agua de emergencia y reciba un contenedor de agua gratis!  

Estación de distribución de agua de emergencia

Este sitio proporcionará agua a la comunidad durante una emergencia o desastre.

Eugene Water & Electric Board y el Distrito Escolar de Bethel organizarán un corte de cinta para la primera estación de agua de emergencia para la comunidad de 11 a.m. a 1 p.m. el sábado, 6 de octubre, en Bethel Farm.

La estación es la primera de al menos cinco que EWEB construirá en los próximos años para suministrar agua a la comunidad en caso de que un desastre natural u otra emergencia interrumpa el servicio de agua. Esta asociación utiliza el pozo en la Farm, combinado con una estación de bombeo con energía de respaldo para proporcionar agua de emergencia a los residentes del área.

Acompáñenos el 6 de octubre para llenar un contenedor de agua de emergencia y obtener más información sobre cómo nuestra comunidad se está preparando para emergencias.

  • Contenedores de almacenamiento de agua de emergencia de 3 galones gratis, uno por persona hasta que se agoten
  • Obtenga información acerca de la preparación para emergencias e ingrese a una rifa para ganar premios

Bethel Farm está ubicada a la salida de Patriot Way detrás del colegio Prairie Mountain en 5305 Royal Ave. El estacionamiento es limitado, así que considere ir en bicicleta o caminar. Más información se puede encontrar aquí: EWEB

Welcome Back Night Tonight

Join Us!

Welcome Back Night is tonight! 6:00 – 7:30pm

Meet teachers, follow your student’s schedule, and eat a cookie! 

We will begin in the cafeteria.

 

PTO – MONDAY! 

Join us Monday, September 17, in the library for our first parent-teacher group meeting of the year.

 

Here are some Cascade happenings from this week:

 

Students warming up in PE

 

Robert tries out the low brass at Beginning Band Night

 

Mr. Miller is taking the knot-tying contest much more seriously than Xaiden in Wilderness Survival class

 

Quincey earns his first positive referral at Cascade and is quite proud!

 

Check out the lunch salad bar that rotates daily – fresh food from the Bethel Farm included!

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