A young Willamette girls basketball team has claimed 5th place in the 5A state tournament. It’s the fourth time in five years the Lady Wolverines have taken home a trophy from the state tourney.
Willamette wrapped up the tournament at the UO’s new Matthew Knight Arena with an overtime thriller, losing to Crescent Valley 57-53.
The Lady Wolverines feature a lineup with four freshmen and five sophomores, giving reason for fans to look forward to the possibility of another strong showing next season.
Superintendent Colt Gill is welcoming the Bethel community to his presentation on the current school revenue situation and the potential impacts on Bethel School District.
The school finance update will take place Wednesday, March 9, 6:30 p.m. in the Shasta Middle School Library.
The community presentation will address current state funding scenarios, the Eugene City Income Tax proposal, employee concessions, and other related subjects. The talk will be brief, leaving plenty of time for questions and answers.
Superintendent Gill has already begun visiting each Bethel school and department with similar informational presentations for Bethel staff members.
The Free Recycling Round-Up is returning to Willamette High School this Saturday, March 5th.
Willamette’s National Honor Society students will be accepting unwanted household items that can be reused, recycled, or otherwise kept out of the landfill.
This includes unwanted appliances, toys, clothing, exercise equipment, styrofoam, monitors, computers, printers, TVs and other electronic devices.
St. Vincent de Paul and NextStep Recycling are partnering with the Wil-Hi students for this free recycling opportunity. Bring your recyclable items to Willamette’s north parking lot Saturday from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
These items cannot be accepted: Building materials, doors, windows, blinds, fluorescent lights, copiers, office partions/room dividers, chemicals, storage sheds, and tires. Propane tanks and huge loads of styrofoam must be taken directly to St. Vincent de Paul.
Straight out of the pages of a Dr. Seuss book, the Cat in the Hat walked right into Prairie Mountain’s first grade classrooms for Read Across America Day.
The annual celebration of reading comes on March 2, the birthday of Theodor Geisel, better known as children’s author Dr. Seuss.
Complete with a hat, whiskers, gloves, bow tie and a tail, Dayna Mitchell was seemingly the Cat in the Hat come alive. She read Green Eggs and Ham to the first graders, encouraged them to keep reading, and left many of them in awe.
Read Across America Day was recognized with guest book readers in elementary schools throughout Bethel today.