Grades: Kindergarten through grade 5
Phone number: 541-688-8735
Fax number: 541-607-8186
Address: 1265 Candlelight Drive, Eugene, OR 97402
School Hours: 8:45 am to 2:45 pm
Driving Instructions: Beltline to Barger Drive. West on Barger to Terry. Left onto Terry. One mile to Royal. Left onto Royal. Left onto Candlelight.
Community Meeting At Danebo
Danebo will again host a City Transportation Department community meeting regarding a proposal to install traffic calming devices along North Danebo between our school and Barger Drive.
You are welcomed to be a part of this meeting and share your thoughts on the traffic calming proposal. You will even get a chance to vote on the ideas.
The meeting starts at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday the 22nd in the Danebo cafeteria.
PTO Meets on Tuesday, 4/21 at 6:30 pm.
Please join us if you are available—we’d love to hear your thoughts on our upcoming Danebo Celebration and our spring fundraiser! We meet at 6:30 in the library and childcare is provided (in the gym). We’d love to see you!
Supporting Positive Behavior
Students in 4th and 5th grades may begin to face peer pressure, stress, time management, or issues making friends and being a leader. To help, Danebo will host a performance of the Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre Program, “Pressure Point,” Wednesday, April 22nd. The play is an interactive, fun discussion that offers students real-time opportunities to practice healthy decision-making. More info about the theatre program is available at http://etpnorthwest.org/.
City of Eugene Meeting at Danebo
Two community meetings are being held to review a proposal for traffic calming on North Danebo Avenue(between Barger Dr. and Avalon St.) to address neighborhood speeding concerns. Staff will receive input on whether to implement a proposal to construct traffic calming speed cushions. At Meeting #1 we will review the proposal and hear concerns. At Meeting #2 we will review refinements to the proposal and discuss the decision process about whether to proceed with implementation.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 7, 2015, 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Danebo Elementary School, 1265 Candlelight Drive
WHEN: Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Danebo Elementary School, 1265 Candlelight Drive
Community Forum Planned
Are you concerned about tagging in Eugene? Crime? Possible gang activity? The City of Eugene is staging the first in a series of community forums in Eugene to learn the facts and what you can do.
Everyone is welcome this Wednesday night, April 8th, 6:00 at St. Mark’s Church, 1760 Echo Hollow Rd. Light refreshments will be available and Spanish interpretation will be provided.
The forums are brought to you by the Eugene Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement and the Eugene Police Department.
Foro de planificación para la Comunidad
¿Le preocupa acerca del etiquetado o vandalismo en Eugene? ¿El crimen? ¿Posibles actividades de pandillas? La ciudad de Eugene tendrá la primera serie de foros para la comunidad para enterarse de los hechos y lo que se puede hacer.
Todos son bienvenidos este Miércoles 8 de Abril, a las 6:00 p.m. en la Iglesia de San Marcos, 1760 Echo Hollow Rd en Eugene. Tendremos refrescos e interpretación en español. Los foros son presentados a usted por la oficina de Los Derechos Humanos, la participación del vecindario y el Departamento de Policía de Eugene.
Registration for Spanish Classes at Danebo
We are fortunate to have the opportunity to do an after school Spanish class for students in grades 1-5 here at Danebo. The class will be on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00, starting Wednesday, April 1st and ending on Wednesday, June 3rd. The class will be taught by an instructor from Downtown Languages and is part of a pilot program here in Bethel.
The cost is $75 per student ($50 for students who qualify for free/reduced lunch) and is due at the time of registration. There are 6 slots sill available (15 slots total) and we will offer those slots to other students in Bethel by the end of the week. Contact the school office if you have questions (541-688-8735) or email Mari Ford at (email@example.com).
A reminder that parents must provide transportation for their children promptly at 4:00.
Get your registrations in soon!
Danebo PTO Meeting Tonight
Join us from 6:30 to 7:30 tonight in the Danebo Library for our Danebo PTO meeting. We would love to have your thoughts and ideas regarding upcoming events (The Danebo Celebration, fundraisers, etc.). Childcare is provided in the gym and students receive a homework pass if their parents attend. Please join us!
Join Us for the Second & Third Grade Music Program
The students in second and third grade will WOW us with their musical talents on Thursday evening, March 19th at 7:00 p.m. in the Danebo Gym. Please join us for some great musical entertainment.
Kudos to Ms. Kallinen, Mrs. Kintscher, Mr. Peck, Ms. Strege and Mrs. Meyer for their assistance with the program.
Spring Break in Bethel
Students and Staff in the Bethel School District will enjoy the week of March 23rd through March 27th off for Spring Break.
School will resume on Monday, March 30th. If you child will not be with us on the 30th for some reason, please contact the school office at 541-688-8735 and let us know.
Kudos to our OBOB Team
Congratulations to Stevie Freitas, William Zilar, India Rodriguez and Natalie Epprecht for representing Danebo at the Regional OBOB (Oregon Battle of the Books) competition last weekend. These students agreed to read 14 novels and learn every possible detail about the books in an effort to out-challenge teams from other local schools. They persevered through many after school practice sessions and were the winners of our school-wide battle allowing them to represent Danebo at the Regional competition.
Thanks to Kim Gregory, Danebo Media Coordinator and the other adult volunteers who assisted with OBOB this year.
Keep an eye out for next year’s OBOB book list, which is likely to be available soon!
School Year Extended Another Day
All Bethel schools will add one more day to the end of this school year. It’s part of a continuing effort to restore school days that were cut due to budget reductions.
The last day of school will be Thursday, June 11th. It means the day before Thanksgiving was the only budget reduction day this school year.
The District has been able to maintain a healthy reserve fund to use on another school day. The Bethel School Board also plans to hire more staff next fall to further reduce class size, fulfilling part of an agreement the District and teachers signed when all employees collectively made sacrifices during the heart of the recession.
All eyes now turn to the state legislature where school funding for the coming school year is still being determined. Along with restoring school days and adding back staff, Bethel plans to begin full-day Kindergarten in September which makes adequate funding from the state all the more important.
Año escolar extendido
Todas las escuelas de Bethel agregaran un día más para el final de este año escolar. Es parte de un esfuerzo continuo para restaurar días escolares que fueron cortados debido a las reducciones presupuestarias en años pasados.
El último día de clases será el jueves 11 de junio. Esto significa que el día antes de Acción de Gracias fue el único día que la reducción del presupuesto de este año escolar.
El Distrito ha sido capaz de mantener un fondo de reserva saludable para poder usar este fondo en un día extra. La Junta Escolar de Bethel también planea contratar más personal el próximo otoño para reducir aún más el número estudiantes en cada clase, y cumple en parte con un acuerdo que el Distrito y los maestros firmaron cuando todos los empleados colectivamente hicieron sacrificios durante la recesión.
Ahora todo el enfoque está en la legislatura estatal, donde todavía se está determinando los fondos escolares para el próximo año escolar. Junto con la restauración de días escolares y más empleados en nuestro distrito, Bethel planea comenzar Kindergarten de día completo en septiembre, lo que hace la financiación adecuada del Estado aún más importante.
No School Friday, March 13th
Teachers will be working on report cards on Friday, March 13th, so there is no school for Bethel students in grades K-8.
Danebo teachers will send home report cards in Tuesday folders on Tuesday, March 17th. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have questions about the report card.
Join Us for PTO
The Danebo PTO will meet on Tuesday, March 17th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the library. Please join us to share your thoughts and ideas about upcoming events (Danebo Celebration, spring fundraiser). Childcare is provided in the gym and your child earns a homework pass if you come to the meeting.
After School Spanish Classes at Danebo
Danebo students in grades 1-5 will have the opportunity to participate in after school Spanish classes. Bethel School District is partnering with Downtown Languages to provide this “pilot” program for students.
Classes will start on Wednesday, April 1st, and run through Wednesday, June 3rd, from 3:00 to 4:00 on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Registration information will be sent home in Tuesday folders on Tuesday, 3/10. The cost is $75 ($50 for families on free/reduced lunch) and parents must provide transportation for students at 4:00 daily. If you have questions, contact Mari Ford (firstname.lastname@example.org). Registration is due in the Danebo office by Friday, March 20th.
Smarter Balanced Assessments
Students in grades 3-5 will begin taking the Smarter Balanced Assessments upon returning from spring break. Students will take assessments in both English Language Arts (ELA) and math, providing feedback on their progress on the Common Core Curriculum.
If you have questions about the Smarter Balanced Assessments, please contact your child’s classroom teacher or Mari Ford (email@example.com).
All Bethel School District schools will be closed for spring break March 23rd through March 27th. School will resume on Monday, March 30th.
Calling All Kindergartners
This is the time for all incoming kindergartners – and their parents – to make plans for school.
Bethel School Visitations are February 2-5, and Kindergarten Orientations are February 10-12.
In September Bethel will offer FULL-DAY Kindergarten as part of the District’s commitment to prepare every student to graduate ready for College or the Workplace. This fall Bethel will have:
- All-day Kindergarten classes
- Academic & Social/Emotional development
- Even more creative, caring, effective teachers
- New textbooks & modern technology
- Safe & secure environments
- Two brand new schools
Come See for Yourself. Click here for all Kindergarten Orientation days/times.
State School Report Card
As our students prepare for this spring’s state testing, here is a look at last year’s State School Report Card. As you examine the report card from the 2013-14 school year, know that our school is now introducing new math and English language arts curriculum. The current school year will also be longer than it has been in the last few years.
Click here for the Danebo State Report Card.
Click here for the Bethel School District State Report Card.
As always, feel free to email or call me.
Informe Escolar del Estado
Al mismo tiempo que nuestros estudiantes se preparan para los exámenes estatales de la primavera, queremos darles un repaso del Informe Escolar Estatal del año pasado.
Al examinar la boleta de calificaciones del año escolar 2013-14, hay que tener en cuenta que nuestra escuela está introduciendo un nuevo currículo de las matemáticas y el Inglés. El año escolar en curso también será más largo de lo que ha sido en los últimos años.
Haga clic aqui para obtener la Tarjeta Informativa del Estado Danebo.
Haga clic aqui para obtener el informe o La Tarjeta del Estado del Distrito de Bethel.
Como siempre, no dude en enviar sus preguntas por correo electrónico o llamarme.