Bethel School District is teaming with Food for Lane County and the OSU Extension Service to bring you a free class: Seed to Supper: Growing Veggies on a Budget. Learn low-cost ways to build healthy soil, plan your growing space, choose your crops, care for your garden and harvest your fresh produce. Click here for more information (PDF).
Cultivar vegetales en un presupuesto
El Distrito Escolar de Bethel se está asociando con Food for Lane County y el Servicio de Extensión de OSU para ofrecerte una clase gratis: Semilla a la cena Cultivo de verduras en un presupuesto. Aprenda formas de bajo costo para construir un suelo saludable, planificar su espacio de cultivo, elegir sus cultivos, cuidar su jardín y cosechar sus productos frescos. Haga clic aquí para mas información (PDF).
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.
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.
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.