Bethel School District Eugene OR

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Lane Arts Council Benefits Bethel

The Lane Arts Council has kicked off a week-long digital media giving campaign to raise additional funds for arts education programming in Bethel School District. The campaign will continue through this coming Sunday, February 10th. Click here to join the effort to provide more arts education in Bethel schools.

Thank you, Bethel Education Foundation

Beth Clarke reacts with joy!

Congratulations to Mrs. Gerlach (4th Grade), Mrs. Clarke (K-5 Librarian), Ms. Owens (5th Grade), Mrs. Zacharek (4th Grade), and Mrs. Young (6-8th Resource) for receiving a BEF grant. It was the highlight of my day to watch these amazing educators earn grants for their students and classrooms.  These grants will enhance teacher instruction and student engagement here on the Mountain.  Mrs. Gerlach, Zacharek, and Young plan to use their grant dollars to purchase Chromebooks for their classes. 

Kathryn Young feels very positive about the BEF

Ms. Owens plans to purchase a 3D printer and pen to engage students in content that they are learning. Mrs. Clarke plans to purchase multicultural books from around the world. Thank you to our Bethel Education Foundation for supporting Bethel teachers and students.  We are so appreciative of the work you do for our students, families and district. 

 

Jeni Gerlach happily gives the BEF a thumbs up!

Amanda Zacharek is all smiles about her award

Ellie Owens is overjoyed with funding from the BEF

Fall Title Open House / Noche de Otorio de Titulo

When: Friday, October 26th, 2018 from 5:00-5:30 pm
Where: Prairie Mountain School: Room 15

Come meet your child’s Title I teacher, and learn about Title I supports.
We will be discussing what we do in Title, what your children learn, and how we help them reach their learning goals. There will be a presentation, time for questions, and snacks! Childcare and translation services are also provided.

Together we can work towards your child’s reading success and growth.

Amber Burns
Reading Specialist

Cuando: Viernes, 26 de octubre, 2018 de 5:00-5:30 pm
Dónde: Escuela Prairie Mountain: Salón 15¡Venga a conocer a la maestra de Título de su hijo/a, y aprendasobre los apoyos de Título I! Hablaremos sobre lo que hacemosen Título, lo que sus hijos aprenden, y cómo les ayudamosalcanzar sus metas de aprendizaje. ¡Habrá una presentación,tiempo para preguntas, y bocadillos! Cuidado de niños y serviciosde traducción también estarán proveídos.

¡Juntos podemos trabajar hacia el éxito y crecimiento de lecturade su hijo/a!

Amber Burns
Especialista de Lectura

Volunteerism Always Pays (VAP) Program:

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Hello Prairie Mountain Parents/Guardians/Volunteers,

If you are a current Walmart employee who volunteers at our school, you could earn $250 for Prairie Mountain staff and students. 

If this is of interest to you please click here to find out more.

What a great way to have a positive impact on Prairie Mountain students and staff.

Thank you,

RW

Eagle Pride Everywhere

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Over the summer a team of volunteers came to Prairie Mountain and worked on an exciting initiative to spread good vibes and positive messaging to our students.  Over 15 volunteers including Prairie Mountain teachers, administration, educational assistants, members from Westside Faith Center, and community members, came together to bring positivity to our campus within our bathrooms.  Phase 1 of this project included dismantling the bathroom stalls, prepping, cleaning, sanding the stall doors and outer door frames, and priming and painting everything!  Phase 2 included scraping the paint that bled through the tape, touching up, and applying the beautiful vinyl lettering and decorations.  Phase 3 was the application of the sealer. The project took many days, and a lot of work, sweat and cheers.  I can’t thank the group of volunteers enough for their time and positive spirit.  Their volunteerism showed the devotion that our community has for our children and their commitment to Prairie Mountain.  I would also like to send a special thank you to Forrest Paint for their generous donation of paint, supplies, and advice. Everything from the rollers, to the commercial sprayer was donated by Forrest Paint.  They have been such a great partner to us.  Thank you!!! 

The little things matter in this life and I believe that everything that we can do to show our students that they matter, that they are loved, and that we see them for who they are, should be done. I am so proud to be an EAGLE!

-Mrs. RW

 

 

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