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The Bethel, Eugene and Springfield school districts have collaboratively agreed to permit high school football to begin next week. Girls and boys soccer are also set to play. Volleyball teams are expected to be able to play if local COVID rates continue to improve. Traditional spring sports are tentatively scheduled to begin in April and...
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Bethel schools are now able to set a tentative date for welcoming our youngest students back to school with Hybrid Instruction, with a gradual reintroduction for the rest of our students. By following the Bethel staff COVID vaccination timeline, Kindergarten students are tentatively scheduled to resume in-person instruction on Monday, March 15. This will be...
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School Counselors are all in for all students. We take time to honor our school counselors this week during National School Counseling Week. Bethel Counselors help students develop their social/emotional skills and in turn enhance their academic abilities. Counselors focus on students’ individual strengths, abilities, interests and talents. The way they engage with students, families...
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Ashley Espinoza has been selected to fill the open position on the Bethel School Board created when Dawnja Johnson stepped down earlier this month. Espinoza will complete the remainder of Johnson’s term through the end of June. A mother of two Bethel students, Espinoza is bilingual and excited to be able to bring some representation...
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Citing high COVID rates and a desire to protect Bethel staff from possible infection, the Bethel School Board has given Superintendent Chris Parra direction to hold off the start of in-person instruction until staff have a chance to receive the COVID vaccine. In a School Board work session that lasted nearly three hours, the Bethel...
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For the second year in a row, Bethel’s high school graduation rate has achieved an all-time high. With Willamette reaching 83.5% and Kalapuya 63%, the District’s overall grad rate is 79%. There has been a systematic outreach by Bethel’s high school staff to make sure no students slip through the proverbial cracks. At high school...
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