Alisha Dodds


close up of track lanes at WHS stadium

Free Summer Camps Still Available

A reminder that Bethel School District is offering a number of free youth athletic and club camps at Willamette High School and other locations in Bethel during the summer months. Camps range from chess to football, wrestling to water polo and more for a variety of ages! Check out the links below for additional information about each camp....
Read More
a woman standing outside in a field

Kalapuya grad to pursue career in nursing

Gabriela Martinez, 18, wants her future to involve taking care of others – and it’s a role she said she’s always been comfortable with. As the oldest of four siblings, Martinez said she naturally gravitates towards leadership and caretaking, and over the course of her childhood has looked at careers like being a police officer...
Read More
Bethel logo on the Pride flag

June is Pride Month!

Happy Pride Month, Bethel! As we kick off this celebratory month, we would like to re-state our commitment to the welcoming and well-being of all Bethel students within our schools. Here in Bethel, we are deeply committed to creating safe, caring, mutually respectful environments for every student. We want our schools to be places where...
Read More
A group of 4 students on a football field smiling at the camera

Summer camp opportunities at LCC

Middle and high school summer camp options through Lane Community College! Need something to do this summer? Want to learn the basics of a hands-on life skill? Check out one or more of Lane Community College’s summer 2022 early college camps. All camps are FREE and many spots remain open for middle and high school-age...
Read More
Dylan brown stands outside of Kalapuya High School

Kalapuya graduate discovers lifelong passion for plants

Dylan Brown, an 18-year-old Kalapuya High School student, loves plants. So much so that Brown is already enrolled in one botany class at Lane Community College, and plans to enroll full-time in the program the college this fall. He’s also applied to more than 50 scholarships in an effort to continue his plant-related studies. Brown,...
Read More
Loany Carreon outside of WHS

WHS graduate to attend UO after teaching herself English in three years

Loany Carreon, an 18-year-old senior at Willamette High School, didn’t know how to speak English three years ago. Now, she’s about to graduate from Willamette and head to the University of Oregon to study psychology. She’s also the recipient of the University of Oregon’s PathwaysOregon scholarship, which helps to cover the cost of tuition and...
Read More
1 2 3 4 5 39