Meadow View School

Meadow View School


Enrollment: 750
Grades: K through 8
Phone number: 541-607-9700
Fax number: 541-607-9702
Address: 1855 Legacy Drive, Eugene, OR 97402
School Hours: 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Driving instructions: Beltline Road to Barger Drive. West on Barger 1.5 miles. Left onto Legacy.

Calling All Kindergartners

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Mrs. Whitten with new kindergartner’s during Kinder Camp.

 

Spread the word. This is the time for all incoming kindergartners – and their parents – to make plans for school.

Meadow View kindergarten offers:

  • All-day Kindergarten classes
  • Academic & Social/Emotional development
  • Creative, caring, effective teachers
  • New textbooks & modern technology
  • Safe & secure environments

Kindergarten Orientations for Meadow View: February 9th, 3:15 & 6:30 p.m.

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Alora Bess enjoying pattern blocks during Kinder Camp.

 

 

llamando a todos los estudiantes de Kindergarten

Corra la voz. Ya es hora para que los padres de los niños  que ingresarán al kínder comiencen a hacer planes para la escuela.

Meadow View ofrece kindergarten:

  • Clases el día completo de Kindergarten
  • Desarrollo tanto como Emocional, Académico y Social
  • El cuidado de maestros eficaces y creativos
  • Nuevos libros de texto y tecnología moderna
  • Un ambiente seguro y saludable

El día y hora para la orientación de Meadow View: 9 de febrero, 3:15 y 6:30

 

News & Deadlines

2015 – 2016 Meadow View Yearbooks

Meadow View families, its that time of year to order a Meadow View yearbook.                             

Cost:  Before 3/18/2016  is only $20

After 3/18/2016 it will be $25

Order deadline is May 2, 2016

Yearbooks can be ordered online at:  ybpay.lifetouch.com or you can pick up an order form at the office.

 

8th Grade families, please submit a copy of a baby picture for yearbook.

 

Geo Bee Final Round

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The final round of the Meadow View Geo Bee was an exciting competition. Congratulations to our new Geo Bee champion Olivia Brand! Jarrett Allen came in 2nd place, and Chance Demaris came in 3rd place. Congratulations to the rest of the competitors, Carson Crossmiller, Carson VanDeinse, and Kailey Murray who also qualified for the final round out of a pool of over 100 students!

 

 

The Open Enrollment process is now happening:

If your student is attending Meadow View on a transfer and you would like your child to continue attending Meadow View and wish to make the transfer permanent, you must complete the OE form by 4:00 p.m., April 1. You may also easily complete the form online at www.bethel.k12.or.us/enrollment and submit it by the April 1 deadline. This will ensure that your child’s enrollment at Meadow View is permanent for as many years as you would like.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call the office at 541-607-9700.

 

Incredible Years Positive Parenting Program

The Bethel Family Resource Center Invites All Bethel Area Families to participate in this FREE parent support and skill building program for parents of children 3-8. Learn positive strategies to reduce problem behaviors, help children grow friend-making and other “ready for school” social skills, and make family time more enjoyable for everyone.

  • Starts Tuesday February 9, 5:30 PM- 8:00 PM.
  • Free dinner and childcare included.
  • Located at the new Bethel Family Resource Center, 3455 Royal Ave (in the Fairfield Annex next to the new Fairfield school.)
  • Registration is required

Call 541-607-1449 or email FRC@bethel.k12.or.us

 

Tax Exemption for Parents of Children with Disabilities

The Oregon Tax Code provides an additional tax exemption for parents of eligible children with disabilities in Oregon.  The procedure for claiming an exemption for the 2015 tax year is explained in the Oregon Individual Income Tax Return and Instruction booklets. Click here for more information.

 

Recycling Round Up at Willamette

RecycleThe annual free Recycling Round-up will accept the community’s electronics and household items dropped off at Willamette High School on Saturday, February 6th, from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  NextStep Recycling and St. Vincent de Paul will give new life to this long list of items.   This event is one reason why Willamette High School was named a national Green Ribbon School Award winner in 2014.

 

Live Healthy Lane, Defining Our Future.

Attend this community meeting and find out the results of the Community Health Needs Assessment and help shape Lane County’s healthy future. Wednesday, February 10th. This event is part of a community effort to create a Community Health Improvement Plan for Lane County. Click here for more information.

 

Kindergarten Orientation

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Calling All Kindergartners

Orientation for this fall’s incoming kindergartners will take place at every Bethel school, including Meadow View, from February 9-11. Children and their families will be introduced to the Bethel kindergarten program, our teachers, principals, counselors and other key staff, and will take home a free special book for incoming kindergarten students. Parents will also pre-register their child for the upcoming school year. Click here for a list of the Kindergarten Orientations at all Bethel schools.

 

Llamando a todos los niños de la edad de Kindergarten

Tendremos una día de información para los niños de kinder que comenzarán sus estudios este otoño. La reunión se llevará a cabo en todas las escuelas de Bethel, incluyendo Meadow View, desde el 9 hasta 11 de Febrero. Los niños y sus familiares serán introducidos al programa de kindergarten Bethel, a nuestros maestros, directores, consejeros y otro personal clave. Los participantes se llevarán a casa un libro especial gratis para los estudiantes de kindergarten. Además los padres podrán matricular a sus estudiantes para el próximo año escolar. Haga clic aquí para obtener una lista de las reuniones de información de Kindergarten Bethel en todas las escuelas.

Bethel News

Recycling Round Up at Willamette

The annual free Recycling Round-up will accept the community’s electronics and household items dropped off at Willamette High School on Saturday, February 6th, from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  NextStep Recycling and St. Vincent de Paul will give new life to this long list of items.   This event is one reason why Willamette High School was named a national Green Ribbon School Award winner in 2014.

 

Bethel Health Center News

Bethel Health CenterThe Bethel Health Center has welcomed Angela Bradley as the new Family Nurse Practitioner. Angela is a highly qualified and respected provider, having served patients with PeaceHealth for 23 years until being attracted to Bethel School District’s Health Center.

She is now available to see patients, including all current students, all children who live within the Bethel School District boundaries, as well as Bethel staff members and their families.

For responsive, compassionate, and qualify health care contact the Bethel Health Center at 541 607 1430.

 

Spring Training Youth Baseball Camp

WHS LogoKids ages 7 – 14 can get a jump on the baseball season with the Willamette Wolverine Spring Training Camp on Saturday, February 13th. Catch the next level of baseball from Willamette coaches and varsity players in the WHS indoor baseball facility. Campers will learn important fundamentals, take part in live batting cage practice, and be taught valuable throwing mechanics.Click here for more information

 

Opry Helping Bethel Music

Each month the Emerald Valley Opry warms the Willamette High School auditorium with top-notch Country music, and all the proceeds benefit the music programs at Bethel schools, including ours. On Saturday, February 13th, the Opry welcomes Billy Pollard and his Gospel Ragtime Piano, Country Gospel group The Trammels, Country performers Craig and Terry Banc, Folk music by Tatiamo, and Country/Rockabilly by Cowboy Cadillac. Click here for show time and ticket information.

 

 

Parking Lot Safety

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The pause parking lane is marked by the white lines painted on the right side of the roundabout.

Parking Lot Expectations: As you know, last summer we added pause parking lines to the roundabout to allow for easy access and improved student safety. When dropping off or picking up students, please do not leave your car unattended in the pause parking (drop off/pick up) lane. If you are coming inside the school, please be sure to park in a designated parking space. Also, be very careful at the crosswalks where staff and students are crossing. By working together, we can ensure our parking lot is safe for everyone!

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