Bethel School District Eugene OR

Nutrition Staff

Mike Vetter, Director

Mike joined Bethel in 2019. He oversees the School Breakfast, School Lunch, After School Snack and After School Supper programs in all 11 schools. His original experience was in restaurants and currently has spent over fifteen years working in school nutrition. His goal is to promote long-term healthy food choices by providing good nutrition choices at school. Contact Mike by email or phone 541-461-6301.


Alice HullAlice Hull, Assistant Director

Alice has been with Bethel since 1994. She processes all Free and Reduced Lunch applications and manages student accounts. She provides administrative support for all schools and oversees the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program and After School Feeding Programs.  Contact Alice by email or phone 541-461-6301 ext 4197


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