Class Schedule

Term 3 Student Schedules

Dear Willamette Student and Parent/Guardian, (Para traducir todas las palabras de esta página, utilice el botón del idioma localizado en la parte superior del lado izquierdo). The WHS scheduling team is actively revising student schedules for the third term of school (the next 6 weeks of classes). Schedules are available to preview via the Home...
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What You Want In A New Superintendent

Hi Willamette Families, The search for a new Bethel School Superintendent is underway, and we need your input! What qualities are you expecting in a new leader for our school district? There are multiple ways for you to contribute! Hola familias de Willamette, La búsqueda de un nuevo superintendente de la escuela Bethel está en...
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Class of 2022, Junior Night

Junior Night, Class of 2022!

Attention 11th grade students and parents, please click to read more about Junior Night (Dec 2, 2020 at 6:30pm)!
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Immunization Exclusion Day 2021

Beat the Immunization Rush!

(Para traducir todo este boletín, seleccione su idioma en la parte superior.) Immunization exclusion day is Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 for overdue immunizations. We have started the process of gathering immunization information so we don’t have any students excluded from attending school in February. Parents, please provide us with any immunization updates students have, including...
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Rise In COVID Cases Pushes School Reopening Goal Further Away

(Para traducir todo este boletín, seleccione su idioma en la parte superior.) Governor Brown has issued new two-week restrictions throughout the state in an attempt to curb the surging number of COVID-19 cases. If the restrictions (including travel restrictions) are successful, the COVID rates could decline and allow us to inch closer to reopening schools to Hybrid Instruction...
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text reading "Covid-19 New State Metrics" with a blue bar graph in the background

State Relaxes School Reopening Metrics / El Estado Relaja la Métricas de Reapertura de las Escuelas

Some state COVID-19 requirements have been relaxed, bringing Oregon closer to the standards recommended by the CDC and more in line with the requirements set by most states. This means possibly allowing students to return to in-school instruction sooner. Currently, Lane County’s COVID-19 case rate is still too high for us to welcome students back...
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