Safety Trainings For Bethel Parents & Guardians

Bethel is pleased to present two online safety trainings now available to parents/guardians:

  • Child Abuse: Identification and Intervention
  • Sexual Misconduct: Identification and Intervention

The SafeSchools online safety training program is the same system used to train all district staff on school-related safety issues.In order to take these trainings, simply click this link to register. Enter your basic information, including a username. You will see the two courses; just click to begin.

Your participation will help to make Bethel School District a safer place for students and staff. For more information contact Assistant Superintendent Chris Parra, (541) 689-3280.

Popcorn Fridays

Fridays are always special at Prairie Mountain; that’s the day students and staff wear our Prairie Mountain tee shirts, and volunteers from our amazing PTO pop hundreds of bags of popcorn for our students.

Popcorn passes for free bags of popcorn can be won in our prize cart, classrooms may earn popcorn for the entire class for perfect attendance; or students may also purchases popcorn for 25 cents per bag.

Thank you to the many parents who donate their time and make our popcorn days fun!

Here Is Our Winner

Congratulations to first grade grandparent Peggy Williams!  Peggy was the winner of the I Pod touch during our K-5 Back to school night.

Families enjoyed having a taco dinner together; parents had the opportunity to meet teachers and learn more about curriculum, expectations and how to help their students hit the ground running this year.

Eugene Police Department’s Prevention Convention

The “Prevention Convention” is EPD’s largest community outreach event.  This is a free, fun and educational event.  The Eugene Police Department will provide crime prevention and safety information to people of ALL ages.

Saturday, October 1ST

1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Sheldon High School

www.eugene-or.gov/preventionconvention

541.682.5137

Mrs. Haliski: Keeping Kids Safe in the Parking Lot

Those of you who regularly pick up kids after school know how challenging the parking lot can be.  We appreciate your patience and commitment to safety.  Check out this great picture of Ms. Meyer (fifth grade teacher) as she demonstrates the STOP sign.  Prairie Mountain teachers rotate through supervision duties outside after school.  Ms. Meyer just finished her week in the parking lot where she helped direct traffic.  We are committed to a safe and orderly dismissal.  Some things you can do to help include parking in a marked space, picking up your kids promptly after school, and signing up to use the carpool lane if you transport kids from more than one family.

Contact Prairie Mtn.

About Prairie Mountain
Phone: 541-607-9849
Fax: 541-607-9856
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