Shasta Middle School

Shasta Middle School

Shasta Middle School

Enrollment: 475

Grades: 6 through 8
Phone: (541) 688-9611
Fax: (541) 689-9382
Address: 4656 Barger Dr. Eugene, OR 97402
School Hours: 9:10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Driving instructions: Beltline Road to Barger Drive. West on Barger.

Mr. Cottle: Spirit Week & More

Spirit Week at Shasta

Spirit Weeks starts Monday, October 27th through October 30th.  Each day we will have a theme for students to dress up as and earn points for their grade level.  At the end of the week, the grade level with the most points wins a super, fun filled activity.  Click here to see the Spirit Week Poster and “dress up day” guidelines.

Early Start to Halloween

The Petersen Barn Community Center gets Halloween started one day early, on Thursday night, with Boo Barn 2014. It includes free carnival games, ghost stories, fun activities and a haunted house. Bring the whole family. Just drop-in, there’s no registration required. Click here for more information.

Sign Up For Free School Lunches

The names are always kept confidential, but more than half of Bethel students receive free school lunches. Your child may qualify for free lunches at school.

All of our breakfasts are free for every student, and Bethel’s lunches are recognized for being made with fresh, locally grown, nutritious, and tasty food. We strongly encourage you to turn in a completed form to the school office to see if you qualify for this benefit which we are happy to provide.  To view the application form click on English or Spanish.

Curriculum Night Reminder

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Please join us for Curriculum Night next Tuesday October 21st from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.  in the cafeteria.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about  proficiency grading, new curriculum and Common Core State Standard.  We look forward to seeing you then.  Refreshments to follow.

Shasta News and Up Coming Events

Curriculum Night - Tuesday, October 21st - 6:30 -7:30 pm in the Cafeteria.  Please join us for an informative evening regarding Proficiency Grading, New Curriculum and Common Core State Standard.  Refreshments to follow.

Picture Retakes – Friday, October 24th

The Shasta Thunder Newspaper  – The 1st and 2nd  edition of the The Shasta Thunder  are available for viewing in a pdf. format by click on each highlighted edition.  The Shasta Thunder is  an elective class with 6th and 8th grader reporters making contributions to the newspaper, 7th grade articles will be added later.  The landscape of the paper will morph as the students become more familiarized with the aspects of reporting

Spirit Week – The week of the 27th we will be promoting school spirit among our students and staff.  We will have some fun by dressing up each day and some friendly competition between the grade levels to see who has the most participates.  More details will be coming soon.

Mini No Referral Party – Students who have not received a referral from October 1st thru October 30th are invited to participate in a no-referral social in the small gym on October 30th.

Winter Hult Center Concert – tickets for our annual Winter Concert held at the Hult Center go on sale October 17th.  This is our 25th year holding our concert at the Hult Center and is sure to be our most attended concert to date. Click here to see the order form.

 

 

PTO Meeting Tonight – October 8th

pto-meeting-tonightParents, Families, and Friends,

Just a reminder…Our first PTO meeting of the year will be held tonight at 6:30. We will be gathering in the library.

We hope to see you there!

Mr. Cottle: School Safety

School Safety Training

The protection and safe-keeping of all students is our #1 priority. That is why all Bethel School District staff will take part in school safety training on October 10th, a no-school day for educator training.

This workshop will make sure our staff members have a shared understanding of how to respond in emergency situations, especially a worst-case scenario of an armed intruder on campus. It is sad that there is a need to adequately prepare our staff for such a remote possibility, but we believe it is better to train for a worst-case scenario and never use that training than to sit back and just hope a life-threatening event never happens.

Every school in our district already practices fire drills, lockdowns, and earthquake drills. This training will add to our staff’s abilities to respond in extreme emergencies in order to keep students safe. Contact me, Brady Cottle, if you have any questions.

 

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