Prairie Mountain School will host a free family event in Spanish for Bethel community members to ask questions about public safety resources. Save the date for this event (PDF) presented by the City of Eugene: Tuesday, May 21st, 5:30. Free childcare is provided.
La Escuela Prairie Mountain organizará un evento familiar gratuito en español para que los miembros de la comunidad de Bethel hagan preguntas sobre los recursos de seguridad pública. Guarde la fecha para este evento (PDF) presentado por la Ciudad de Eugene: 21 de mayo, 5:30. Se proporciona cuidado de niños gratis.
To celebrate, schools across Oregon are holding Walk and Roll events that challenge students, families and educators to walk, bike or scooter to school. These challenges are a great reminder of the benefits of active transportation. Try ditching the car on May 15th and celebrate your health, the environment, and school spirit. Live too far to bike or walk to school? Try parking the family car a few blocks from the school and walking the rest of the way. You can even participate by walking to and from your school bus stop.
Irving students who Walk and Roll to school on Wednesday May 15th will be entered into a drawing for prizes including a scooter!
This is a reminder that there will be no school in Bethel this Wednesday, May 8th. Eugene Education Association leadership in Bethel has indicated that the majority of licensed school staff have pledged to a “walkout” in order to rally for increased state funding for K-12 education. Here is more information on the walkout from the Register-Guard. Because of the walkout, we will close all Bethel schools for the day.
The District has arranged for free breakfast and lunch to be served on Wednesday at Cascade Middle School. The meals will be free to any Bethel children ages 1-18. No registration is required, but we cannot provide food for parents or guardians and all food must be eaten on site.
- Breakfast is from 9:00 – 9:30 a.m., and lunch is 11:30 – 1:00 p.m. Child supervision will not be provided.
In addition, the Bethel Health Center will be open Wednesday. The Health Center is located on the north side of Cascade Middle School and it serves all Bethel students and Bethel staff and their families. Call the Health Center at 541-607-1430.
Contact our school office with any questions.
Wow – the year keeps cruising right along! In May, I will be coming to classes for my final guidance lessons for this year. During my guidance visits, we will play Jeopardy review games for the year. The game is played with each class against me and we’ve had a blast reviewing previous lessons and finding areas to learn for next year!
We are currently in the middle of our final round of counseling small groups which will finish the week of June 10th. As with each round of counseling groups, students can be referred both by staff and/or families, so please feel free to reach out at the beginning of next year if you’re interested in having your child participate.
Additionally, there is an important and exciting event coming to LCC this Saturday at 10:00am. Please see the flyer below and bring your experience and expertise!
Irving School Counselor
Outdoor School Fun
This spring every 5th grade student in Bethel gets the opportunity to attend Outdoor School. Irving 5th grade students are at Outdoor School this week. The purpose of Outdoor School is to provide students with hands-on, local science education to support and extend what students have been learning in the classroom. Irving students are having lots of fun, building teamwork skills, making new friends, and engaged in exciting learning. Students even get to zipline out at Grove Camp, located near Dorena Lake in Cottage Grove.
The 2019 Irving PTO Jog-a-thon is right around the corner! The Jog-a-thon will be held on Friday, May 31st. In order to raise as much money as possible to support PTO and the Irving School Community, the PTO has an online fundraising option for families. Please read the information below to find out how to use online fundraising for your child. Students can also collect pledges and donations with Jog-a-thon envelopes going home this Friday.
About this fundraiser
Irving Elementary School PTO is dedicated to supporting the Irving School Community. We raise funds each year to provide teachers with classroom supplies, pay for all field trips, updated school technology, and even additional teaching time!
We want all students to have access to engaging learning and experiences while at Irving. Your donations and pledges will help in supporting teachers and all students at Irving. Thank you for your support!
Your donations will help pay for
- New technology for classrooms
- Teacher supplies
- Additional teacher/educational assistant hours
- Online reading and typing programs
To find your student’s donation page follow instructions below:
Use this website: https://99pledges.com/fund/irvingtigers
Select grade level your student is in from the menu under “All participants.”
Select your student by clicking on their name. (Can’t find their name….click on show more or type student first name in search for participant area)
To Donate: Click on blue Donate button and follow instructions
- If making per lap donation, you will be charged after the final number of laps is entered for the student. You will see an estimated amount based on 20 laps. This is not the amount you will be charged unless student runs 20 laps J The final amount could be more or less than the estimated amount.
Help Spread the Word!
Share your student’s page with friends and family. Use the facebook button, tweet button, or email button from your child’s page to share out.
Thank you for supporting the Irving PTO Jog-a-thon!