A new plan for the meals program will ensure health and nutritious food will be available throughout the summer.
Tuesday June 16th will be the last day for the current meals sites in Bethel.
The District will provide a bridge meals program between now and the start of the summer food program on June 29th. The temporary meals sites will be at Prairie Mountain School (10:00-11:00 and Fairfield Elementary (11:30-12:30), weekdays from June 17-26.
Beginning June 30th, Bethel will offer multi-meal boxes on Tuesdays and Fridays at Willamette High School (Tu, Fri, 10:00-11:00) and Prairie Mountain School (Tu, Fri, 11:00-1:00). The multi-meal boxes will include breakfasts and lunches to cover the days the sites are not open.
Food for Lane County will operate daily summer meal programs, serving bagged breakfasts/lunches at:
- Fairfield Elementary (11:00 – Noon)
- Malabon Elementary (11:00 – Noon)
- Danebo Elementary (11:00 – Noon)
Las comidas de verano continúan en Bethel
Un nuevo plan para el programa de comidas asegurará que haya alimentos saludables y nutritivos disponibles durante todo el verano.
El martes 16 de junio será el último día para los sitios de comidas actuales en Bethel.
El Distrito proporcionará un programa de comidas puente entre ahora y el comienzo del programa de alimentos de verano el 29 de junio. Los sitios de comidas temporales están en la escuela Prairie Mountain (10:00-11:00 y primaria Fairfield (11:30-12:30), los días laborables del 17 al 26 de junio.
A partir del 30 de junio, Bethel ofrecerá cajas de comidas múltiples los martes y viernes en escuela secundaria de Willamette (Tu, viernes, 10:00-11: 00) y escuela Prairie Mountain (Tu, viernes, 11:00-1: 00). Las cajas de comidas múltiples incluirán desayunos y almuerzos para cubrir los días en que los sitios no están abiertos.
Food for Lane County operará diariamente programas de comidas de verano, sirviendo desayunos / almuerzos en bolsas en:
- Primaria Fairfield (11:00 – mediodía)
- Primaria Malabon (11:00 – Mediodía)
- Primaria Danebo (11:00 – Mediodía)
Here’s one way we can donate and help our neighbors during COVID-19. Bethel Education Foundation is teaming with the Bethel School District and the Kendall Automotive Group to stage a Stuff the Truck Essentials Drive this Friday, 10:00-2:00 at Willamette High School.
Your donations of laundry detergent, cleaning supplies, gift cards, diapers, non-perishable food, toilet paper, paper towels, feminine hygiene products, toiletries, etc., will be collected and later distributed to Bethel families.
In order to maintain social distancing guidelines, volunteers will be accepting donations in the Willamette parking lot without the need for drivers to get out of their cars.
For more information, contact the Bethel Education Foundation at 541-517-3303.
El Distrito Escolar de Bethel acepta donaciones
Aquí hay una manera en que podemos ayudar a nuestros vecinos durante COVID-19. El Distrito Escolar de Bethel se está asociando con la Fundación de Educación Bethel y el Kendall Automotive Group para organizar Essentials Drive este viernes, 10: 00-2: 00 en escuela secundaria de Willamette.
Se recogerán detergentes para la ropa, artículos de limpieza, pañales, alimentos no perecederos, papel higiénico, toallas de papel, productos de higiene femenina, artículos de tocador, etc., y luego se distribuirán a las familias Bethel.
Para mantener las pautas de distanciamiento social, los voluntarios aceptarán donaciones en el estacionamiento de Willamette sin la necesidad de que los conductores salgan de sus autos.
Para más información, comuníquese con la oficina de Administración del Distrito Escolar de Bethel al 541-517-3303.
If you need to pick up items, please call the following number: 541.607.9849 (leave a message if no one picks up).
All pickups will operate through appointments as we have a skeleton crew working, and the office is not always staffed.
Thank you for your understanding.
Estimadas familias de Prairie Mountain,
Si necesitan recoger artículos, por favor llame a este numero: 541.607.9849 (deje un mensaje si nadie contesta).
Todas las recogidas seran a través de citas, ya que tenemos un equipo de esqueletos trabajando, y la oficina no siempre cuenta con personal.
Gracias por su comprensión.
Hello Prairie Mountain Students and Families,
We miss you all so much. You all are the first thing I think about when I wake up, and the last thing I think about before I close my eyes for bed. We (teachers and administrators) have worked hard to create meaningful supplemental learning materials for all Bethel students.
Today our teams worked just as hard stuffing envelopes filled with the 5 days of supplemental instruction for families who stated they needed theirs mailed/delivered. We have put those in the mail, and they will be delivered to homes very soon. Bethel’s Supplemental Resources are found here.
Today we met with our teacher teams and began our conversations around distance learning as directed by the Oregon Department of Education. I promise to send you more information about distance learning and what it will look like for our K-8 students in the next day or so.
Also this week, our teachers will call families to check in on how you are all doing, and asking you some questions about internet service and technology. Our Elementary Teachers will be calling each family to ask about current devices that they have that can be used for distance learning, and they will talk to about internet options and how we can help. For more information about free internet access click here.
Middle School Teachers will also need to confirm your child’s access to the internet for distance learning needs. If you have not already received a phone call from MS teachers, you can complete this short survey to tell us the status of your computer and internet needs. THIS IS ONLY FOR OUR 6-8 FAMILIES ONLY.
We have a limited number of Chromebooks available in the district and will be loaning them to students in need starting at the middle level. Once we confirm with families that there will be a Chromebook reserved in your middle school child’s name, the checkout schedule for identified PM middle school students to pick the Chromebook up is:
Thursday, 4/9, Willamette High School North Parking Lot
7:30am-9:30am Students with last name A-E
9:30am-11:30am Students with last name F-L
12:30pm-2:00pm Students with last name M-R
2:00pm-4:00pm Students with last name S-Z
Please Note: guardians MUST be present to sign the acceptable use policy before their child can get a device.
Remember that we are all in this together. Thank you for being the most amazing community and thank you for all of your love and support through all of this. Give your kids big hugs from all of us here on the Mountain.
RW- “Manage, Lead, Succeed, and Soar Today like an Eagle! Caw, Caw!”
Hi Prairie Mountain Families,
There is a very real potential that our students, like those in many other states, may not return to school this academic year. According to Colt Gill, Director of the Oregon Department of Education, we are in the midst of a “historic transformation of our education system.”
ODE is asking all districts to shift to Distance Learning, potentially through the rest of the school year, rather than providing weekly supplemental education for students.
This is a huge shift for most school districts, including Bethel. In the next two weeks, we will:
– Connect with each family to determine their access to the internet, digital devices and the most practical way for families and students to receive learning materials
– Assess our district’s technological capacity to provide Distance Learning online
– Develop lessons that can be shared online and on paper that meet the needs of all students at all levels
– Accelerate the training for our teachers to provide students lessons in different formats
– Communicate regularly with parents/guardians, who will play an important role in the effectiveness of Distance Learning
Specific information about high school students Continue reading