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Bethel Educators fall in love with giving back; Earn master’s degrees in the process

In addition to all of the Bethel student graduates who made their way across the stage over the last couple of weeks, some amazing Bethel staff members have also recently graduated from various programs. Ana DeLapaz and Adrianna Alvarez – both English Language Development (ELD) teachers in Bethel – received their master’s degrees in education...
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Camps and other summer opportunities

The Bethel School District is offering a number of free youth athletic camps at Willamette High School and other locations in the area during the summer months. Camps range from wrestling to softball to swimming and more and are for a variety of ages! Check out the links below for additional information about each camp....
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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,...
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Jenn DeBlois selected to become Principal at Clear Lake Elementary

Dear Clear Lake Families, We have some exciting news to share with you! Jennifer DeBlois has been selected as the next principal of Clear Lake Elementary School beginning next school year. Principal DeBlois will officially take over at Clear Lake beginning later this summer when current principal Evan Rindy heads over to Shasta Middle School...
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OCCU Foundation provides $10,000 grant to Bethel School District

Grateful doesn’t even begin to describe it! The OCCU Foundation recently provided the Bethel Education Foundation with a $10,000 grant to allow for the district to stock its food pantries with personal items and household essentials for students and families to take home. The pantry items are available to more than 5,300 students and families...
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Bethel kicks off district-wide mental health campaign

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! While there are a number of important mental health efforts underway here in Bethel, this month we’re doing something special that we hope will have a positive impact on our students, staff and families. Beginning Monday (May 16)  the Bethel District is launching a Sources of Strength campaign! Sources...
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