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Free Meals Awaiting Students

Grab-and-go student breakfasts and lunches will be available (at no charge) at every Bethel school beginning Tuesday, September 15th. Bethel students can pick up free warm grab-and-go meals at schools on Tuesdays and Fridays between 11:00am-1:00pm.  Students will also be provided multi-meal boxes to cover Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The twice-a-week pick-up schedule is intended...
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Teachers Reaching Out…Chromebooks Handed Out

Bethel families are receiving phone calls from their elementary schools this week. Teachers will share and confirm whether elementary-age students will be attending the morning or afternoon session of our Comprehensive Distance Learning days. Teachers, who just returned this week, will also be answering questions about the upcoming school year, which starts September 14. Meanwhile,...
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Welcome To Our New Website!

After months of planning, we are delighted to launch our newly redesigned website. We hope you like the fresh new look and the improved navigation that will allow you to find what you’re looking for. In addition, we’ve added instant language translation to the site. Look for the American flag in the green box in...
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Board Approves No-Tax-Increase Bond

Assured that it will not increase anyone’s tax rate, the Bethel School Board has unanimously approved a bond measure for the November ballot. The bond was recommended by a large District committee of community members, staff, and architects that spent months studying the facilities and programs in Bethel. The bond would further address student safety,...
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School Calendar Changes; Register Now

School Calendar Changes: We are working hard to make remote learning at the start of the school year more robust, engaging and rewarding for students. All Bethel schools will continue with remote learning through at least October 23.  Meanwhile, in order to properly train all staff on the new and improved version of remote learning, the first official...
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Safety: Priority #1

At Bethel School District, our first priority is protecting our students, families and staff. We will be following the guidance of the Oregon Department of Education, the Oregon Health Authority and Lane County Public Health. Here are the key principles for reducing potential exposure: Physical distancing: Minimize close contact (less than 6 feet) with other...
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