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The Bethel Budget Committee has approved the proposed school district budget for the coming school year. The $71 million General Fund budget now goes to the School Board for final adoption on June 14. The Bethel budget includes funding for an improved student-teacher ratio, new course offerings at the high school level, after school programs...
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Bethel School District is now offering free COVID-19 vaccines for Bethel students ages 12 and older. The US Food and Drug Administration has just expanded its emergency use authorization for Pfizer’s COVID vaccine to include people ages 12 to 15. Click here to reserve an appointment. The vaccine clinics, staged at Willamette High School, will be...
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Creative minds have come up with a plan to stage multiple graduation ceremonies for Willamette and Kalapuya High School seniors. Honoring students’ wishes to have a safe in-person graduation during the COVID pandemic, Wil-Hi will hold four separate graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2021 – two on Friday, June 11th and two on Saturday, June...
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Teacher Appreciation Week recognizes the critically important role Bethel teachers play in the lives of their students. More than what their title implies, Bethel’s teachers are multi-skilled and seemingly are able to immediately transition into physicians, custodians, counselors, artists, musicians, athletes, data analysts, and researchers. They are typically viewed as experts on any number of...
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Imagine opening your heart and home to help a student experiencing homelessness. The 15th Night Host Home program matches vulnerable local students facing homelessness with volunteers offering safe and stable short-term housing.
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Lane County is being shifted to the COVID Extreme Risk category, however we are able to continue with Hybrid instruction.
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