Week Two–Great Work, MV!
Happy Fist-Bump-Friday, Meadow View! I can’t believe we have just finished week two of Comprehensive Distance Learning. Woohoo! Way to go everyone! We want to thank our amazing parents, step-parents, foster parents, guardians, grandmas, grandpas, aunts, uncles, sisters, brothers, friends and neighbors who have all jumped in to support our students in their new home learning environment. We had exceptional attendance this week. Almost all of our students are attending daily Zoom meetings and accessing assignments. As Seesaw and Google Classroom are getting up and running it has been so heartening to see students and their learning! This is a huge bright spot!
While we are not without a few bumps and tech glitches, we’ve been able to work through most of them and will continue to troubleshoot as we go. Thank you for your patience and partnership and we work together to navigate school from a distance. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out by calling the office at 541-607-9700 or via email.
Erika and Carmen
Bethel’s Nicole Butler 2021 Oregon Teacher of the Year
Congratulations go out to Irving 2nd grade teacher Nicole Butler-Hooton, Oregon’s 2021 Teacher of the Year. Nicole was surprised in a staff Zoom meeting Tuesday, with Governor Kate Brown and Oregon Department of Education Director (and former Bethel superintendent) Colt Gill making an appearance to announce the award.
Nicole is being recognized for what so many of our Clear Lake educators value: a close connection with students, families and the school community while centering equity and cultural competency in teaching. Nicole receives a $5,000 cash award and will represent Oregon for consideration as National Teacher of the Year. Irving also receives a matching $5,000 award. Hooray for Nicole! She is an excellent representative of Bethel educators and is very deserving of this honor. She is the first Bethel educator to receive this award, but not the first who is deserving of the recognition.
A message from Terry Foytek, MV School Counselor
We want to connect our families to community resources and check-in with you about potential needs you might have at this time. If your family is in need of clothing/shoes, food boxes or mental health services, please take a moment to complete the form below. Your responses are confidential and are returned to Meadow View’s School Counselor, Terry Foytek. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Foytek at 541-607-9701 ext 2645 or email@example.com.
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Eugene Library Cards Free For All Students
We first shared this news in early September, and now the applications are on their way. All Bethel enrolled students will be eligible for a free Eugene Library card, regardless of whether they live within the City limits.
The Eugene Library Foundation is now mailing an application to the family of every Bethel student. The card will grant access to all the Library’s resources, including its online selections for research, school projects, eBooks, online tutors, and study help. Watch for the application coming to your home. Our school will also have applications available at the front office.
Tarjetas de biblioteca de Eugene gratis para todos los estudiantes
Compartimos esta noticia por primera vez a principios de septiembre, y ahora las aplicaciones están en camino. Todos los estudiantes inscritos en Bethel serán elegibles para una tarjeta gratuita de la biblioteca de Eugene, independientemente de si viven dentro de los límites de la ciudad.
La Fundación de la Biblioteca de Eugene enviará una aplicación a la familia de cada estudiante de Bethel. La tarjeta otorgará acceso a todos los recursos de biblioteca, incluidas sus selecciones en línea para investigación, proyectos escolares, libros electrónicos, tutores en línea y ayuda para el estudio. Esté atento a la aplicación que llega a su hogar. Nuestra escuela también tendrá solicitudes disponibles en la oficina principal.
Preschool Promise Positions Open
Enrollment in Preschool Promise for the 2020-21 program year is now open. Preschool Promise is a free, high-quality, local and culturally-relevant early child care and education program. It is for children ages 3 and 4 from families who are income eligible.
Click here for more information about the program, and click here to request a screening form.
Posiciones de Preschool Promise abiertas
La inscripción en Preschool Promise para el año del programa 2020-21 ya está abierta. Preschool Promise es un programa de educación y cuidado infantil gratuito, de alta calidad, local y culturalmente relevante. Es para niños de 3 y 4 años de familias con ingresos elegibles.
Haga clic aquí para obtener más información sobre el programa y haga clic aquí para solicitar un formulario de evaluación.