News From Danebo’s Principal
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First Day of School is Tuesday, 9/4
Our staff is anxiously awaiting our students who are scheduled to arrive first thing on Tuesday, September 4th! All students in grades 1-5 will be arriving between 8:15 and 8:30, ready for breakfast (free for all Danebo students), greeting friends, and entering classrooms (at 8:35).
Thanks for remembering to park cars in designated parking spaces if you plan to escort your child to their classroom. Enter the parking lot through the south entrance and exit through the north one. And remember…the lane closest to the front office is for buses and District vans only.
Thanks for helping us ensure the safety of all of our students.
We are SO excited to see our students on Tuesday!
Meet the Teacher & PTO BBQ Was a Success!
Thanks to those families who attended our Meet the Teacher night and a HUGE thank you to those amazing volunteers who ensured that all of our families were fed! Many thanks to Debbie Jaros, Brooks and Rachel Noyes, Tiffany Moen, Jennifer Hubbard, Stephanie Dooley, Deedra Patrick, Kayla Gevatosky and other parents who helped with clean-up.
Stay tuned for ways that you can help at Danebo in the near future!
Welcoming New Staff at Danebo
Please join us in welcoming our new staff this school year:
- Becky Goodwin, Speech & Language Teacher (Mrs. Cary retired in June).
- Emiliano Bou, ELD Teacher (Maestra Mago retired in June).
- Tony Taramasco, Counselor (Mrs. Tuski is taking a leave of absence for this school year).
- Camille Haakanson, ELD Educational Assistant
- Angela Longacre, Life Skills Educational Assistant
- Bobbi Derrickson, Life Skills Educational Assistant
- Shanna Bitikofer, Life Skills Educational Assistant
- Jennifer Davis, Life Skills Educational Assistant
- Will Tse, Nutrition Services Kitchen Coordinator (Yvonne Roberson moved out of the area)
In addition, due to class sizes at Kindergarten and Second Grade, Mr. Peck will be returning to teaching second grade this year instead of Kindergarten.
We are looking to hire a music teacher (Ms. Marxer moved to a different school) and one more Educational Assistant position in the resource room. Stay tuned for those announcements!
On Saturday, August 25th, Danebo was the recipient of another event sponsored by the Fairfield Church of the Nazarene. Church members built and installed a “Gaga Ball Pit” on the playground and they reduced the height of our wall ball walls.
Many thanks to our friends at Fairfield Church of the Nazarene for caring about our Danebo kids. And, if you aren’t sure what Gaga Ball is, ask your child this week—they should be able to tell you how to play it!
Health Screenings For Bethel Students
Annual vision and dental screenings for Bethel students in grades K-5 will take place this fall, beginning in September. The screenings will be conducted by medical professionals from the Community Health Centers of Lane County, Bethel district nurses, and volunteers from the Lion’s Club.
Contact our school office if you do not want your child to participate in the health screening. And consider being a parent volunteer on their screening day.
La visión anual y exámenes dentales para los estudiantes de Bethel en los grados K-5 se llevarán a cabo este otoño, comenzando en septiembre. Las evaluaciones serán conducidas por profesionales médicos de los Centros de Salud Comunitarios del Condado de Lane, enfermeras del distrito de Bethel y voluntarios del Lion’s Club.Comuníquese con la oficina de nuestra escuela si no desea que su hijo participe en el examen de salud. Y considere ser un padre voluntario en su día de proyección