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After-school incident prompts arrest of non-WHS student

Just after school ended on Tuesday afternoon (5/10), three teens who do not attend Willamette were located in the courtyard of Willamette High School. Eugene Police were called and responded within minutes after staff at WHS recognized one of the teens as someone who had previously been trespassed by the district. After being detained, EPD...
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Bethel welcomes new Athletic Director

Please join us in welcoming Bill Wagner – the new Bethel School District Athletic Director – to team Bethel! Wagner, who currently serves as the assistant athletic director at North Eugene High School, will officially start with the district in August, but is eager to begin working in Bethel. The longtime coach and assistant athletic...
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Bethel hires new Business Services Director

Please join us in welcoming Andrea Belz to the Bethel School District! Andrea was recently hired to be Bethel’s new Business Services Director beginning in July and we are thrilled to have her! Belz, who is currently serving as the Financial Director in Eugene School District 4J, has had a long career as a government...
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WHS student Kyree Mitchell “Beats the Odds”

Kyree Mitchell has a lot to look forward to upon graduating this spring. Mitchell, an 18-year-old senior at Willamette High, is one of the 2022 recipients of the “Beat the Odds” Scholarship from Stand for Children which offers $16,000 over four years to public high school seniors who have beat the odds – and he...
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Join us May 7 for the Kalapuya Plant Sale

The annual Kalapuya plant sale is back! Join us from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 7 at Kalapuya High School (1200 N Terry St, Eugene, OR 97402) for a plant sale jubilee and get a jumpstart on your summer garden! There will be an abundance (and variety) of ready-to-plant vegetable and flower...
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Bethel seeking family, community input on new language arts curriculum

The Bethel School District is working to adopt a new language arts curriculum for all grade levels K-12 using bond funds approved by voters in 2020. Thank you, voters! The district’s last comprehensive elementary school English language arts curriculum adoption was in 2015, and we’re excited for updated curriculum! Language Arts is a vital educational...
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