Are You Prepared For An Emergency? Shasta Middle School has partnered with EWEB to help families be prepared for a natural disaster or emergency should one arise. EWEB is offering 3-gallon PBA- free water containers to EWEB customers for $5 and donating a $1 of that purchase to Shasta Middle School. For more information, please click here.
Bethel parents, educators, community members and media are invited to an information night about social media, the internet, and youth safety.
- Come for the inside scoop on how to protect your child, tween, or teen
- Learn about the dangers of social media, as well as the reality of its uses in today’s world
- Bring your smart phone, tablet or laptop
- Tuesday, April 18, 6:30–8:00 p.m., Boys and Girls Club, 1545 W. 22nd Ave, next to the Arts and Technology Academy (formerly known as Jefferson Middle School)
This is a free event with presenters including a human trafficking expert from Looking Glass, technology team members from Eugene School District 4J, representatives from the District Attorney’s Office and Springfield Police Department, a youth-led leadership program, and a UO social media expert with information about the reality of the online world for tweens and teens.
Childcare is provided – Call to reserve: 541-682-5312
Taller de seguridad en Internet
Los padres de Bethel, los educadores, y los miembros de la comunidad están invitados a una noche de información sobre los medios sociales, Internet y la seguridad de los jóvenes.
- Venga a recoger información sobre cómo proteger a su hijo, adolescente o adolescente
- Aprender acerca de los peligros de los medios de comunicación social, así como la realidad de sus usos en el mundo de hoy
- Traiga su teléfono inteligente, tableta o portátil
- Martes, 18 de abril, 6: 30-8: 00 p.m., Club de Niños y Niñas, 1545 W. 22nd Ave, junto a la Academia de Artes y Tecnología (anteriormente conocida como Jefferson Middle School)
Este es un evento gratuito con presentadores incluyendo un experto en tráfico humano de Looking Glass, miembros del equipo de tecnología del Distrito Escolar 4J de Eugene, representantes de la Oficina del Fiscal del Distrito y del Departamento de Policía de Springfield, un programa de liderazgo liderado por jóvenes y un experto en medios sociales UO Información sobre la realidad del mundo en línea para preadolescentes y adolescentes.
Se proporciona cuidado de niños – Llame para reservar: 541-682-5312
PTO Meeting Canceled Tonight – PTO has canceled tonight’s meeting. Our next meeting will be May 10th. We hope you can join us in May as we have a lot to discuss regarding Shastafest and end of the year activities.
Shasta Invitational Concert Band Festival Parking – Tomorrow we will be hosting our annual Shasta Invitational Concert Band Festival. Due to the festival, parking in the cul-de-sac by the softball fields will be closed. We need to keep that area open for buses and festival visitors. Please plan ahead for morning drop off and end of school pick up. Thank you for your understanding.
Please join us Tuesday, April 11th for our Annual 8th Grade Students vs Staff Basketball Game. We are hosting a PTO fundraiser Pre-game BBQ at 6:00 p.m., with a hot dog, chips, cookie & drink for just $3 per person or $10 for a family of four.
All are welcome to attend! This is sure to be a fun evening for the entire family and we hope you can join us. The cost is $1 for students and $2 for nonstudents. The halftime show features our Shasta Pep Band and a halftime shootout. Click here to see more details.
Internet Safety Workshop
Bethel parents, educators, and community members are invited to an information night about social media, the internet, and youth safety. Read more….
The Eugene Police Department asked that we share the following information about an event that took place Tuesday afternoon.
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.
Although this did not take place in Shasta’s immediate neighborhood, police are asking that everyone be especially alert.