2021-2022 School Year

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School News & Updates

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Bethel Health and Safety Update

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These past two days have been THE BEST! It has been so wonderful to hear student laughter and voices fill our halls, see kids our interacting and playing on the playground and learning amazing skills in their classrooms! We are so happy school has started! Yay! We want you to know that health and safety is a top priority. We have two important health and safety updates to share with you. The first is a message from Bethel that outline our District’s current Health and Safety policies. Please take a moment to check out the linked message below:

English: English Health and Safety Message

Spanish: Spanish Health and Safety Message

Next, now that we have welcomed students back into the building with five-day-a-week, fulltime instruction, it’s important that you understand what communication will take place should our school or Bethel School District have a COVID-19 event occur during in-person learning. “Events” may include positive COVID cases, outbreaks or exposures. 

If a positive COVID-19 case is identified at our school, the District will coordinate with Lane County Public Health regarding communication:

  • All persons determined to be exposed to a positive case through close contact will be individually notified and given directions for possible quarantine measures
  • The school district nurse will work directly with the individual diagnosed with COVID and will consult with Lane County Public Health about about actions that are needed.
  • When an event occurs in our school or District that impacts the school or a program, affected families and staff will receive information via (email, alert, notification), including District response measures.
  • If an individual from our school community has been diagnosed with COVID-19 but it has been determined that there is no potential exposure to the school community, no communication will be shared from the school or the District.

As required by privacy laws, our communications will not identify a particular student or staff member as having COVID-19, or disclose other personally identifiable information about that person without their prior written consent.

We want our community to continue to be well and protect themselves against COVID-19. Here are some ways to protect your family and the school community: 

  • Keep children home if they are sick. Do not send them to school. 
  • Teach your children to wash their wash with soap and water for 20 seconds.
  • Teach your children to cover coughs and sneezes with tissues or by coughing into the inside of their elbow. 
  • Talk to your children about social distancing.  
  • If you have questions, contact your school nurse, healthcare provider or Lane County Public Health.

More information can be found on Lane County Public Health COVID-19 website, the Oregon Department of Education’s Ready Schools, Safe Learners page, and the Oregon Health Authority’s COVID-19 page. If you have any questions related to this communication plan, you can contact us–we’re happy to help.

Sincerely,
Erika and Carmen

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Meadow View Update

Hi Amazing Meadow View Families!

Tomorrow is the big day! Hip hip hooray for the first day of school! We are SO EXCITED to welcome all of our MV students back to campus tomorrow morning. We know that this is anything but a typical school year and it’s okay to feel a little bit upside down and twisted around. It is okay to feel nervous. This is a new experience for all of us. We are here to walk alongside you as we begin school full time, in-person, with five day a week learning! Woo hoo! 

Despite the uncertainty, there is a lot of excitement for the first day of school. Teachers have been immersed in new learning, connecting with students and families and planning for a great start to the year–we just need YOU!

If you haven’t already had the chance to read through our MV Health and Safety Handbook, please take a moment to do so! All in all, we’re gearing up for a safe start to the school year; wear your mask and let’s all do our part to keep school open! As a reminder, if you are not feeling well, please stay home. 

Parking Lot Reminders

With the first day of school comes lots of cars in the parking lot! Just a quick reminder about parking at Meadow View. As you know, we made a few adjustments to our current parking plan in order to reduce the likelihood of creating close gatherings on campus. Our front parking lot will continue to be dedicated to K-3 students. Families of students in grades 4-8 will continue to utilize the Bethel Park for drop off/pick up. 

Here are the changes for Fall 2021:

  • Students will enter through their exterior classroom doors for morning entry/afternoon exit. 
  • All buses will use the back parking lot 
  • The K-3 front parking lot will have pause parking during arrival and dismissal times.
    • Parents/caregivers will remain in vehicles, pull up and drop students off curbside. MV staff will greet students at the curb and assist with getting them to class. 
  • K-3 parents/caregivers can also park in our front parking lot or the Bethel park if they plan to walk to their child’s classroom door for drop off/pick up. 
    • Please refrain from parking and waiting at the sidewalk in front of the school, use pause parking instead. We are actively trying to limit adult gatherings for health and safety purposes. 
  • 4-8 parents/caregivers will continue to utilize the Bethel Park for drop off/pick up. If your middle school student has a younger sibling in grades K-3 and you plan to use the front for curbside drop off/pick up, your middle school student can be dropped off with their younger sibling in the front, too. 

Okay, Meadow View; less than 17 hours before the start of the school year! We only get one first day of school–let’s make it awesome! We’re ready for you!

Have a great evening and we can’t wait to see you in the morning! 

Erika and Carmen

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Meadow View School
1855 Legacy Street

Eugene, OR 97402
Main: 541.607.9700
Fax: 541.607.9702