The ACE Award nominations have been revealed, and nearly two dozen Bethel educators and volunteers have been nominated.
The ACE (A Champion in Education) Awards are presented by the Eugene and Springfield business community in recognition of the outstanding efforts taking place in Bethel, Eugene 4j, and Springfield schools.
There are four categories, and the Bethel winner in each category will be awarded $1,000 for the school program of their choice.
Teachers (Licensed staff): Marty Greydanus, Helena Hafdahl, Annemarie Hirsch, Brenda Kame`enui, Sonja Maul, Mike McCornack, Paul Stieber, Kim Strohman, Nikki Thommen and Rhonda Wolter.
Classified Staff: Leslie Brown, Lisa Coelho, Debbie Hamilton, Patty Pilaczynski and Karen Wiant.
Administrators: Peter Burrows, Donna Butera and Jennifer Haliski.
Volunteers: Brooke Cottle, Chris Ferguson, Warren Harvey and Bob Mullins.
The winners will be announced at the ACE Awards ceremony, April 24th at the Hult Center. Admission is $10 each and may be purchased at this link.
Bethel schools are now accepting transfer requests from out-of-district students for the coming school year under the state’s new Open Enrollment law.
Bethel will accept 350 new out-of-district students for the 2012-13 school year through the Open Enrollment month of March.
Transfer request forms must be completed and turned in to the Bethel School District Administration building by 5:00 on Monday, April 2.
Here are some Open Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions that can help.
This is your opportunity to recognize the exceptional work of Bethel educators and volunteers.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 7th annual ACE (A Champion in Education) Awards , honoring outstanding Bethel contributions in four categories: teachers, classified staff, administrators and volunteers.
Go to the ACE Awards website to view nomination criteria and steps for submitting a nomination. Bethel winners in each of the four categories will receive $1,000 for the school program of their choice.
The online nomination period closes March 31st.
Many thanks go out to the program’s dedicated supporters: Oregon Community Credit Union, PacificSource Health Plans, All Academic, Inc., Hamilton Construction, Hershner Hunter LLP, Eugene and Springfield McDonalds Restaurants, SELCO Community Credit Union, and Palo Alto Software.
With its only losses of the season coming against Springfield and its 6’5” All-American, Willamette resorted to a bold strategy in a rematch with the Millers in the Girls 5A State Championship game.
The result was another loss to Springfield, 16-7 in a memorable contest that left WHS with the second place trophy.
The Lady Wolverines used a stall tactic in an attempt to shorten the game, including holding the ball near midcourt the entire second quarter on the way to a 4-0 halftime deficit.
The tactic kept WHS close but the Wolverines’ offense never got going, with their first field goal coming in the 4th quarter. Willamette center Tori Mahaffie was also lost in the first quarter to an ankle injury.
Junior Brittany Glassow and sophomore Lexi Bando were named all-state first team selections.