Get a Flu Shot, Not the Flu
Flu shots are available for all Bethel-area adults and children 3 years or older on Wednesday, November 2, 2:30-4:30 at the Bethel Student Health Center.
The Health Center is located in Cascade Middle School and has an outside entrance located on the north side of the building.
The fee, based on a sliding scale, ranges from $10-$20, based on income. Only cash or checks are being accepted at this Flu Shot Clinic.
Around 100 vaccines are available, and the vaccinations will be administered on a first-come first-served basis.
For more information, call the Bethel Student Health Center at (541) 607-1430.
This year’s talent show was a great success, raising thousands of dollars for the Bethel Education Foundation!2 Kalapuya rocked the house with a unique rap/dance performance. The staff is already planning for next years show!
In an effort to fund extra learning opportunities for its students, Kalapuya will stage its annual garage sale this Saturday, September 24th, from 8:30-3:00. They are accepting donations this week from Bethel staff and the local community. Anything that will sell is welcome; just drop items off at Kalapuya between 7:00-4:00 this week. Some large items may even be able to be picked up for you. For more information, contact Kee Zublin at KHS: email@example.com (541) 607-9853.
Last year the money raised from this event helped send Kalapuya students to the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland and a Deschutes rafting trip.
It’s back! The Bethel Education Foundation’s Bethel Staff Talent Show is October 5th. You’re encouraged to buy your tickets now because this show was a huge hit and sold out last year. Kalapuya’s staff plans a show-stopping display of previously-hidden talent! Tickets are $7 each and are now on sale at the school office, and I strongly recommend that you act quickly. All the money raised from this event goes back into Bethel classrooms in the form of BEF grants for educational programs and activities. Click here to receive occasional updates from the BEF…it’s a great organization.
I hope that this summer, late in coming in as it was, has been a good one for you and your family. I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself briefly, and share some exciting developments at Kalapuya.
First, I feel extremely lucky to be joining the Kalapuya team this year. I have spent the last seventeen years working with alternative education programs and am incredibly passionate about providing the best and most meaningful services possible to students who may not fit the mold of mainstream education. In this I am not alone; I have had the opportunity to work over the summer getting to know the stellar Kalapuya staff, who are all incredibly dedicated, passionate, and uniquely qualified to serve your students.
Kalapuya will be changing in some significant ways this year. Continue reading