How Do I?
Enroll in night school
Willamette High School students in need of credit recovery are eligible for Night School at Kalapuya High School. WHS students must have a completed Night School application from their counselor at Willamette. The application and a $20 registration fee per class should be delivered to the office at Kalapuya for registration. Night School enrollment is restricted to students seeking credit recovery, not credit advancement.
Check my child’s attendance
Parents of Bethel students can log into Home Access Center. Home Access Center allows parents to view student attendance, grades, assignments, registration, scheduling and more. Continue to Home Access Center.
Check my child’s report card
Parents of Bethel students can log into Home Access Center. Home Access Center allows parents to view student grades, attendance, assignments, registration, scheduling and more. Continue to Home Access Center.
View my child’s schedule
Parents of Bethel students can log into Home Access Center. Home Access Center allows parents to view student schedules, attendance, grades, assignments, registration, and more. Continue to Home Access Center.
Sign-up for closure notices
You may sign up to receive free email and text message notifications about Bethel school cancellations or delays. Using the free FlashAlert system you will be notified in 15 minute intervals with updated information on school closures or delays. This is the same system the district uses to notify local media when there is a weather or emergency-related closure of a school.Simply go to FlashAlert, enter your email information and follow the on-screen prompts. You will receive school closure information on your home computer or as a text message on your cell phone. Note that some cell phone carriers are blocking text messages from FlashAlert, mistaking the messages for spam.Remember, if you hear nothing on local TV or radio regarding Bethel School District that means our schools are operating on a normal schedule.
Register my child for school
You can enroll (“register”) your child in a Bethel school by visiting your neighborhood school office. It is best to enroll your child during the school’s registration week in August. Call or visit your school for the registration days and times. You will be asked to provide your child’s updated immunization records and legal documentation showing proof of birth. Proof of your address may also be requested to confirm that you are registering at the correct school.
Here is information on Early Admission to Kindergarten (for children not yet 5 years old on September 1.)
Contact my child’s school
You can find contact information for your child’s school by going to the blue Schools tab and dragging down to the school name. You can also click on the blue Parents tab, select the More Resources link, and click on Staff Directory to search for your child’s teacher.
Get a free/reduced lunch form
The Bethel School District Nutrition Department can provide parents with a free or reduced lunch form. This form can also be downloaded from the Nutrition Department web page. The Web page also has printable school menus.
Find which school to attend
To determine which school your child should attend you can call the Bethel School District office at 541-689-3280 or visit any Bethel school. They all have a complete database matching every address in the district with the proper neighborhood school. Or you can simply go to the Regional Land Information Database and follow the on-screen prompts.
Find a school calendar
The District calendar and individual school calendars can by viewed on the Bethel home page by clicking District Calendar. The first calendar you see is the district calendar with information pertaining to all schools. Click an individual school in the menu for specific calendar dates for that school.
Find a lunch menu
The Bethel School District Nutrition Department provides parents with printable school menus by clicking on the link above. Free and reduced lunch forms can also be downloaded from the Nutrition Department web page.
Learn about Special Education
All children are entitled to an education, regardless of the severity of their disability.Do you know of any children – birth to age 21 – with physical, mental, or emotional difficulties who are not receiving an education? All children are entitled to an education, regardless of the severity of their disability. In compliance with the Federal and State laws, the Bethel School District #52 offers a number of services for students with disabilities, many of which are incorporated into the regular education program. Please help us locate children with disabilities who are not receiving an education. For more information call 541-689-3280 or visit the Special Education web page.¿Conoce usted algún niño de las edades de nacimiento a 21 años con dificultades mentales, físicas o emocionales que no esten recibiendo una educación? Todos los niños tienen derecho a una educación, sin importar la severidad de sus dificultades. De acuerdo con las leyes federales y estatales, el Distrito Escolar Bethel #52 ofrece servicios a estudiantes con incapacidades, varios de estos programas están incorporados en programas educativos regulares. Por favor ayúdenos a localizar a estos niños que no están recibiendo una educación. Para más información por favor llame al 541-689-3280. Special Education
Learn about Talented and Gifted
The Bethel School District TAG program is designed to meet the educational needs of academically talented and intellectually gifted students in grades K-12 who are capable of performing at advanced levels and accelerated rates of learning. The program supports the active partnership of teachers, parents and students working together to increase student achievement. The program meets the requirements for the State Mandate for Gifted Education, OAR 581-22-1310, 1320, &1330. For more information visit the Bethel TAG Web page or contact Brian Flick, Director of Teaching and Learning, by email or phone: 541-689-3283 ext. 2013.
Sign up for B Mail
To sign up to receive B-mail, Bethel’s monthly online newsletter, click here and enter your email address. You will receive an email notice each month briefly describing that issue’s stories with a link that takes you directly to B-mail.
Find a job in Bethel
Job opportunities in the Bethel School District are posted online as they become available. You can also contact Becky Chunn at the district office for more information: 541-689-3280 or visit the district’s Employment Web site.
Volunteer at school
Bethel School District is eager to welcome volunteers in our schools. Simply call or stop by any Bethel school to offer your services. You will learn where you can help, at what times, and in what capacity.