Mrs. Peck, our 7/8th grade Language Arts teacher was awarded a BEF grant to take 7th and 8th graders to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland for a live production of Shakespeare. She still needs a little more funding to make this happen, so she’s posted her request on DonorChoose. Please help spread the word.

A message from Mrs. Peck…. I want to make sure my students have enriching experiences in middle school, so I created a request for my classroom at DonorsChoose.org: Live Shakespeare for Middle School

You can help fund the trip by offering a donation at any time.  However, if you give to my classroom by February 9, your donation will be doubled thanks to DonorsChoose.org.  Just enter the code LIFTOFF on the payment page and you’ll be matched dollar for dollar (up to $50).

If you know anyone who may want to help, please pass this along! They’ll get awesome photos and a heartfelt thanks.

 

       

Parents of next fall’s Kindergarteners are welcome to attend orientations at any Bethel elementary and K-8 school, where they can learn all about Bethel’s terrific Kindergarten program.

Meadow View’s orientation sessions are:  Tuesday, February 7th @ 3:15 & 7:30 p.m.

Hope to see you at our Kindergarten Orientation!

 

Free Dental Kits All students in our school will receive a free toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss and more, thanks to a donation from the United Way and Burley Bicycles. The more than 3,000 dental kits are part of a larger effort by the Oregon Community Foundation to improve children’s dental health.

 

 

 

 MV-Snow-1Hi Meadow View Families,

We are excited to share the District’s finalized plans to make up lost classroom time due to the six Snow Days and two Delayed Starts we’ve already experienced. These changes will allow Meadow View students to recover meaningful instructional time without putting a big dent in family summer plans.

The new schedule is attached, and here are the changes:

  • February 13 (previously a high school no-school day) will become a school day for all district students
  • February 20 (Presidents Day) will become a school day for all students
  • March 3 (previously a no-school day for K-8 students) will become a school day for all students
  • Monday June 19th, and Tuesday June 20thwill be full school days for K-11 students (seniors will have graduated)
  • June 20thwill now be the last day of school for students (it will be a full-day, not an early release)
  • If we have additional Snow Days this winter they may be added to the calendar after June 20th
  • 2016-17 District Calendar – Revised 1.23.17

Please mark these changes on your calendar and plan to have your child in school on these days.  All Bethel students will now be in the classroom for more hours than is required by the state, and we want to provide as much meaningful instructional time as possible. The cancelled school days have shown that each day of instruction is important for our children.

Thanks for your patience as the schedule was being reworked, and let me know if you have any questions.

Erika Case

Principal

We are experiencing a high number of absences due to students being ill with what may be the flu.         health-clip-art-for-children-clipart-panda-free-clipart-images-kxrhhr-clipart

Bethel School District has become aware that some students are absent because of a respiratory illness. From the information we have at this point, it appears that the illness might be caused by influenza or “flu”.

What is flu? Flu is a contagious respiratory illness that is caused by a virus. It is thought to be spread by droplets made when people cough, sneeze or talk. It is also possible to transmit flu by touching a surface or object that has the flu virus on it, and then touching their own mouth, nose or eyes. The average incubation period for flu is 2 days but can range between 1-4 days. Those with flu can infect others beginning 1 day before symptoms develop to 5 to 7 days after becoming sick.

Symptoms: Fever (100 ºF or higher), cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, feeling very tired, vomiting or diarrhea. Not everyone that has flu has all of these symptoms.

How serious is it? The severity of flu is unpredictable and can vary from person to person. Certain people are at a higher risk of complication from flu. These include the elderly, young children, pregnant women and people with certain health conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, or heart disease). Complication of flu can include bacterial pneumonia, ear infection, dehydration, and worsening of chronic medical conditions. Immunocompromised or high-risk individuals (e.g., people with cancer, pregnant women, the elderly) should seek medical care promptly if they develop flu-like symptoms.

If you think your child has the flu, the following will help you and help prevent others from getting sick:

  • Stay at home for 24 hours until after fever has resolved without the aid of fever reducing medicines (e.g., Advil or Tylenol)
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when sick. Maintain distance from other people to prevent the spread of illness.
  • Wash hands often with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers are also helpful in reducing the spread of the flu.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or by coughing into the inside of the elbow. Wash hands after blowing the nose or coughing into a tissue, and dispose of tissues after use.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth to prevent the spread of germs.
  • Get the flu vaccine! The flu vaccine is the best way to prevent seasonal flu.
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