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Native American Heritage Month
In 1990 President George H. W. Bush approved a joint resolution designating November 1990 “National American Indian Heritage Month.”  It is an opportunity to celebrate the culture, accomplishments, and contributions of people who were the first inhabitants of what is now the United States. The Native American Student Union at Willamette High School created a...
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Child with painted hands
Bethel School District is teaming with Lane Arts Council to provide free art classes for all K-8 students through the rest of the school year. Click the link to learn how to start today. El Distrito Escolar Bethel se está asociando con Lane Arts Council para brindar clases de arte gratuitas para todos los estudiantes...
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COVID Graph
Governor Brown has issued new two-week restrictions throughout the state in an attempt to curb the surging number of COVID-19 cases. If the restrictions (including travel restrictions) are successful, the COVID rates could decline and allow us to inch closer to reopening schools to Hybrid Instruction (2 days in school and 3 days online from home)....
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The State of Oregon is helping eligible families pay for childcare during the COVID-19 pandemic. Working parents are strongly encouraged to click here for more information about the ERDC – Employment-Related Day Care – program. Eligible families can use a childcare center or a registered or certified family childcare home. You also may be able...
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Superintendent Chris Parra
Bethel School District Superintendent Chris Parra has announced her retirement, effective at the end of the current school year. This news was shared at Monday night’s School Board meeting. Chris will leave big shoes to fill because in her 5 years as Superintendent she has done – and continues to do – so much. Chris...
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Thank you voters sign
Bethel voters have given a resounding Yes to the Bethel School District bond measure. The 66% Yes vote means Bethel will be able to replace its oldest school, Cascade Middle School, which opened in 1955. A new Vocational Education Center will be built at Willamette High School and Vocational Ed classrooms added at Kalapuya High...
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