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Community Support Flows For Students’ School Supplies

The District is providing school supplies to students for learning at home, and is happily receiving a significant amount of unsolicited support from the community.

Office Depot OfficeMax raised close to $5,000 by collecting donations throughout the summer.

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Josh Higbee and Ean Lynum show Superintendent Chris Parra the headphones their football team has donated for Bethel students.

Josh Higbee and Ean Lynum from the South Lane Buzzards of the Pacific Northwest Football League dropped off backpacks full of school supplies.

They even included brand new headphones for students to use during their online classes.

Project Hope’s annual school supply giveaway helped scores of Bethel students prepare for the school year.

A Native Education Grant was used for school supplies to support Bethel students complete school work at home.

And the VFW Ladies Auxiliary dropped off an impressive amount of school supplies for all ages.

Each Bethel school has been distributing the supplies, along with more than 3,100 Chromebooks and dozens of hotspots for improved internet accessibility.