Five Willamette senior student-athletes have signed letters of intent to continue competing in college.
Ashley Guldager signed to play soccer at Linfield, while Katlyn Martinez agreed to play for George Fox. The two longtime friends and soccer teammates will be opponents next season.
Griffin Jeskey’s senior season is still to come in track and field, but he’s signed to run at Oregon Tech.
And football players Bryce Goggin and Bradley Mondo have signed to play at perennial national contender Southern Oregon.
A large crowd of supporters gathered in the WHS gym to witness to signings and wish the athletes well at the next level.
Orientation for this fall’s incoming kindergartners will take place at every Bethel school this week.
Children and their families will be introduced to the Bethel kindergarten program, our teachers, principals, counselors and other key staff.
Each family will take home a free special book for incoming kindergarten students.
Parents will also pre-register their child for the upcoming school year.
The annual free Willamette Recycling Round-up will again accept the community’s electronics and household items.
Just drop them off at Willamette High School on Saturday, February 10th, from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
NextStep Recycling and St. Vincent de Paul will give new life to your old recyclables.
This event is one reason why Willamette was named a national Green Ribbon School Award winner in 2014.
$2,000 worth of books for incoming Bethel kindergartners are being prepared by members of the Eugene Airport Rotary.
The books will go to each kindergarten family during the upcoming Kindergarten Orientation sessions at all Bethel schools. It’s a continuation of the Rotarians’ Gift of Literacy Grant, which supports reading among our youngest students.
The gift of literacy was on display when kindergartners from Clear Lake Elementary read a story to the generous donors.
Thanks again to the good folks at the Eugene Airport Rotary, longtime supporters of students in Bethel School District.