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We are on the road to graduation and what an exciting time this is!

On Thursday, April 13, there will be a senior meeting at 8:05 am in Powers Auditorium for ALL seniors. Seniors who have a class (period 5) will go to class, then be dismissed to Powers Auditorium. Attendance at this meeting is expected for all seniors.

Following the meeting we will take the class picture in Wolverine Stadium. Please wear your senior shirt for the class picture. If you don’t have a senior shirt, wear a maroon shirt. There will be a few extra senior shirts available, but they will first go to students who have not yet picked up their shirt.



In this workshop you will learn how to interpret & compare financial aid packages AND make college affordable!

IMPORTANT!! Seniors: Did you receive your financial aid packages from your colleges and universities? Mrs. Wiant will hold a workshop on Thursday, April 13, 2017 to help you and your parents understand how to compare financial aid packages, what tax implications/benefits college affords you and your family AND how to make just a few adjustments to make college more affordable. Please bring your financial aid packages with you.

When: Thursday, April 13

Time: 6:30-8:00 pm

Location: Media Center


Smarter Balanced Assessment is our state assessment that students take one time in high school, during their junior year. The schedule below is organized by last name, testing location and the period they will be testing. We have condensed the testing schedule to be most efficient while minimizing impact to our curriculum. While testing will occur daily, it will be for just one period.

Information was posted about the Smarter Balanced Assessment on our webpage on December 24, 2016. Here is the link to that post, which includes the opt-out procedures.

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? Contacto Brian Flick, el director del Bethel de enseñar y de aprender, o de Amy Tidwell, director del Bethel de servicios especiales

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


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