Willamette High School
Bethel has been selected as one of six finalists for a $50,000 Greenpower grant, and now we need your help. If you are an EWEB greenpower customer your vote can bring a cutting edge wind-energy production and demonstration project to Kalapuya High School.
If you are an EWEB customer but don’t yet participate in the Greenpower program, click here to learn about joining this clean energy program.
EWEB Greenpower customers will vote for the winning grant proposal, but the last day to sign up for Greenpower and become eligible to vote is March 27.
Help spread the word; the most votes determines the grant winner!
Please join us to watch the 22nd annual Wolverine Pageant. Money raised benefits Kids Helping Kids, a program of the Children’s Miracle Network. Our 11 contestants and team of over 30 students have worked very hard for months to prepare for this event and raise money for this non-profit organization. Our goal this year is to reach $30,000.
When: March 14
What: Silent Auction @ 5:30, Pageant starts @ 6:00
Tickets can be purchased at the Willamette Bookkeeping office. Tickets are $10 (general) and $15 (reserved).
At the request of the Eugene Police Department, Willamette High School went into a lockdown shortly after noon today. Police had received a report of someone with a knife at the back of our campus. Students were kept safe inside for about 25 minutes until given clearance by the police.
Students were encouraged to send text messages to their families during the lockdown in an effort to be more clear in communicating the circumstances.
A student with a small pocket knife was identified and questioned. Police determined there was no harm intended but appropriate school consequences will follow.
This is a reminder to all students (and parents) that weapons – no matter how small or seemingly harmless – are not permitted on any Bethel School District campus.
This Thursday, February 26 is Junior Night. ALL Juniors are expected to attend with their parents. We will meet in Powers auditorium at 6:30 pm. Important information for your college and career success will be shared.
Note: We accidentally sent this invite to all students in the school, but it was only intended for Juniors. Only Juniors need to attend.
Stay up to date on your child’s progress at school. The free Home Access Center family app is now available for you to use on your phone (or tablet) to access the same student data that’s available on a computer.
- Search for: eSchoolPLUS
- For iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch – use App Store
- For Android devices – use Google Play Store app
- For Kindle Fire and Fire phones – use Amazon App Store
Once the app is downloaded, type in Bethel in the District window OR select from the drop down menu for State window. Then, tap on Bethel School District and follow the prompts to enter the normal Home Access Center user name and password
Parents will find the same useful information they’ve come to expect, including notifications, attendance, classwork, calendar, progress report, report card, schedule, and transportation.