Looking for some fall family fun? Then you will want to dress up your whole family and come to the Harvest Carnival Friday October 28th from 5:30-8:30.
There will be plenty of games, food and fun for all ages. Our amazing PTO has planned a special night for families to enjoy all the fun of the season. If you don’t have a costume, don’t worry; just come as you are.
Look for the green paper apples being sold at a dozen Bethel businesses. The Bethel Education Foundation’s Apple Campaign allows you to “buy” a $1 apple, which is then posted – with your name on it – in the business through the month of October. All the money raised goes back to Bethel classrooms in the form of grants for field trips, guest speakers, special school projects, and more.
Visit these generous Bethel partners and buy an apple: Oregon Community Credit Union, Strike City, Putters, Bethel Dairy Queen, Burrito Amigos, Daynight Donuts/Froyo Nation, U.S. Bank, Hoagies R Us, Little Caesar’s, Pappy’s Pizzeria, PostNet, and Jung’s Mongolian Grill.
Parents, if you have a Bethel School District calendar you will want to be aware of two important dates to correct on your calendar.
Friday October 21st is a no school day. This square on the calendar should be highlighted in yellow as are all other “no school days”, but it is not yellow on the District Calendar.
Monday October 31st is highlighted in yellow but it should not be highlighted. Monday October 31st is a regular school day.
The current and correct District Calendar is always available online, accessible off the Bethel School District website.
Prairie Mountain Families,
Today, Tuesday the 11th, we had an emergency lockdown at the request of the Eugene Police. They were looking for a suspect in the area and made an arrest in front of our school.
The lockdown began at 11:10 a.m. and ended at 11:50 a.m. Our noontime busses were diverted to other places for a short time.
All students and staff were safe. We commend our students for following directions and staying calm.
Check out these fabulous Prairie Mountain teachers as they rock the Talent Show last week.
This event raised over $6,000 for the Bethel Education Foundation. All the money will go back to Bethel classrooms for special projects and programs. Let us know what you think. Share your thoughts below.