The Wolverine Nation is proud and passionate about our student-athletes!
High school activities are all about participation, teamwork, effort, and sacrifice. The OSAA and the Bethel School District are partnering to keep high school activities in the proper perspective by maintaining a positive attitude towards players, officials, and the opposing team. It’s all about respect of the game, each other, and yourself.
Our Willamette community is amazingly supportive of student-athletes. Please visit our athletics website for game schedules and join us at Willamette to support our teams! Go Wolverines!
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Senior Night is this Thursday, Sept 26th at 6:30 pm in Powers Auditorium.
Families and senior students are invited to learn about finding financial resources for College and Technical Schools. We will create the required FSA IDs for financial assistance and hear about the Senior Grad Party. This event for seniors and their parents is an important next step toward reaching future goals. Every year, there are BILLIONS of dollars awarded in financial aid. Come find out how to get your share of the money!
Mark your calendars!
Willamette is hosting a Keys to Success night on Wednesday, September 25th.
- 5:00 – 5:30, 9th Grade Success in Powers Auditorium
- 5:30 – 7:00, Back to School Night in the Cafeteria & Courtyard
Please come to visit with teachers, tour campus, enjoy an activities fair, listen to live music, and win prizes!
The safety of students and staff is our number one priority. That’s why on Thursday, September 12th, students at Willamette will be learning about our student handbook and campus safety protocols. Students will hear lockdown and fire alarms, conduct a practice fire drill, and participate in discussions regarding campus safety. We will be learning with the help of these age appropriate videos, and all teachers will be working from the content of this same script.