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.

8th Grade Fundraiser

Parents, Families, and Friends,  dickie-jos-logo

Please use the attached flyer for Dickie Jo’s to help our 8th grade students raise funds for their 8th grade end-of-the-year activities.  Simply click on and print off the flyer and take it to Dickie Jo’s and they will receive 25% of the food purchased both April 23rd and 24th.   Thank you for your support!

Dickie Jo's

Recycle Old Household Items

This is your opportunity to clean out the house and garage…for free. Bring your old computers, phones, TVs, electronics, household and other reusable items to Willamette High School for the 5th annual Recycling Round-Up, this Saturday, April 19th from 8:00 to 2:00.

Here’s a list of what can and cannot be accepted.

Your junk will be accepted by the folks at NextStep Recycling and St. Vincent de Paul, which will gladly reuse or recycle everything gathered by Wil-Hi’s National Honor Society students.

For more information contact teacher David Novak at Willamette, 541-689-0731.

PTO Meeting Date Change

date changeDue to scheduling conflicts our PTO meeting has been changed to April 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the Media Center.  We hope you can make adjustments to your schedule so you can attend next Thursday.  We look forward to seeing you then!

8th Grade Pappy’s Pizza Fund-raiser

pizzaParents, Families, and Friends,

Please use the attached flyer for Pappy’s Pizzeria today (March 31st) to help our 8th grade students raise funds for their 8th grade end-of-the-year activities.  Simply print off the flyer and take it to Pappy’s and we will receive 50% of the food purchased today.   Thank you for your support!

 

Pizza Flyer

Mr. Cottle: Spring Break Update

Spring Break Reminder

In case you missed it, Spring Break is just one week, March 24-28. School will resume March 31st. The District was able to restore the week after Spring Break, which was originally scheduled to be a budget reduction week. We’ll see you again on Monday the 31st.

Opportunities And Events

Whether you’re making your plans for Spring Break, Summer Break, or even this weekend you should check out Bethel’s Opportunities and Events web page. You’ll find consistently updated happenings in our district and the wider community.

School Bus Stop Sale

Pottery wheels, 100,000 sports trading cards, art supplies, retired school equipment, new craft and holiday items, and much more will be sold this Saturday, March 22nd at the Bus Stop Sale at Fairfield Elementary. The event runs from 8:00-4:00 and all revenue will help to fund the Fairfield and Malabon student stores.

Construction Zone

Most of the sidewalks in Petersen Barn Park are about to be torn out and replaced due to severe cracking and decomposition of the concrete. Pedestrians will be able to walk or walk their bicycles around the areas of construction from the first week of April until mid-May, but the best choice is to avoid passing through the park during the construction time.

Bethel Benefit Concert

A benefit concert will be held April 4th at Willamette’s Powers Auditorium for 2013 Wil-Hi grad Blake Nichols who is battling Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Blake has been accepted into a clinical trial treatment in Texas. His initial treatment was in January and he will go back for additional treatment in a few weeks. The benefit concert will feature four bands: Rootdown, The Little Rascalz, Pluto the Planet, and The Shifts.  There will also be a silent auction from 5:30 – 6:15. The tickets are on sale at Bi-Mart stores on Royal, River Road and 18th Ave.

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