Bethel Nutrition Services is now waiving the fee for making online deposits into student lunch accounts.

Parents are encouraged to use the mealtime website to check student lunch account balances and make payments by debit or credit card.

Also available are the free/reduced meal application and the convenience to be able to set up reminders for low balances.

Click here to start making lunch payments online.


¡No Más Tarifas!

Bethel Nutrition Services (Los Servicios de Nutrición de Bethel) ahora está renunciando a la tarifa para hacer depósitos  en las cuentas electrónicas de almuerzo de los estudiantes.
Se anima a los padres a usar el sitio web de horario de comidas para revisar los saldos de las cuentas de almuerzo de los estudiantes y hacer pagos por tarjeta de débito o crédito.

También está disponible la aplicación para comida gratis / reducida y la conveniencia de poder configurar recordatorios para saldos bajos.

Oprima aquí para comenzar a hacer pagos de almuerzo electrónicamente.

Bethel’s updating its science curriculum for the coming school year, looking for one that will include new learning expectations.

A District committee has carefully reviewed various textbook options for elementary, middle, and high school science.

Parents and staff members have the opportunity to examine the committee’s final curriculum selections next Monday and Tuesday, April 10 & 11, 3:30-6:00 in room 17 at Shasta Middle School.

Questions? Contact Brian Flick, Bethel’s Director of Teaching and Learning, or Amy Tidwell, Bethel’s Director of Special Services.

Selección de la nueva ciencia

Bethel está actualizando su plan de estudios de ciencias para el próximo año escolar, buscando uno que incluya nuevas expectativas de aprendizaje. Un comité del distrito ha revisado cuidadosamente varias opciones de libros de texto para la ciencia de la escuela primaria, media y secundaria.

Los padres y miembros del personal tienen la oportunidad de examinar las selecciones finales del comité el próximo lunes y martes, 10 y 11 de abril, 3:30-6:00 en la sala 17 en la Escuela Secundaria Shasta.

¿Preguntas? Contacte a Brian Flick, el Director de Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de Bethel o Amy Tidwell, Directora de Servicios Especiales.

Student Safety Alert

We are sharing the following information at the recommendation of Eugene Police.

Around 12:30, Tuesday April 4th, a man in a white SUV allegedly tried to kidnap a young woman who was on foot near Everyone’s Market on Echo Hollow Road.

The young woman – who is not a student – managed to escape and is safe and unharmed, but police want everyone to be aware of their surroundings and keep an eye out for a white GMC Yukon with tinted windows.

Again, no one was harmed, but students are asked to be especially aware of their surroundings

Alerta de Seguridad del Estudiante

Estamos compartiendo la siguiente información por recomendación de la Policía de Eugene.

A eso de las 12:30, martes, 4 de abril, un hombre en un SUV blanco supuestamente trató de secuestrar a una joven que estaba a pie cerca de Everyone’s Market en la calle Echo Hollow.

La joven, que no es estudiante, logró escapar y está segura e ilesa, pero la policía quiere que todos sepan de lo que les rodea y mantengan un ojo atento a un GMC Yukon blanco con cristales tintados.

Repetimos que nadie fue perjudicado, pero se pide a los estudiantes que sean especialmente conscientes de sus alrededores.



Congratulations to our 4th grade OBOB team Just Read It that competed in the regional finals for Oregon Battle of the Books on Saturday and was one of the top eight teams that day.  They did a fantastic job!  Way to go fourth graders!

This week before Spring Break grades for Trimester 2 will be arriving home to families.  We have Spirit Week March 20-24 as well as a number of fun and important events coming up:

Monday, March 20               

  • School or Sports Team Spirit Day. Wear the colors and logos of your favorite school or sports team.
  • Trimester 3 begins
  • K-5 PRIDE Assembly, 8:20am, North Gym
  • Spring Concert for Advanced Band, 7:00pm, WHS, Powers Auditorium

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Principal Carey Killen’s Blog

We had so much fun last week enjoying the Talent Show on Tuesday and Bingo Night on Thursday!  We greatly appreciate all the help of our staff volunteers who put together the Talent Show and to all the students who participated in presenting their talent that evening.  You were brilliant!

Thank you as well to our staff volunteers and parent volunteers as well as our 8th grade students who helped in numerous ways at our Bingo Night.   Our school community raised funds for the end-of-year 8th grade Celebration and 8th grade Trip.  Thank you! 

Our PTO is conducting a fundraiser in March for overall school programs K-8 and are seeking to identify one Classroom Champion in each homeroom who can help distribute information and organize orders from students.  Please contact Shanna Bitikofer at or PTO President Jennifer Hartley, at or visit their website to find out more about how you can participate.

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