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Resources for families in quarantine or isolation

This is a great resource for families who need assistance or resources during isolation or quarantine. The Arc of Lane County and its CARES Center supports families during quarantine and isolation with food box deliveries, assistance filling out rental and utility assistance paperwork, unemployment, or to sign up for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program (SNAP), Oregon...
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COVID Dashboard + Information

The Bethel School District is thrilled to have students back in buildings this school year to attend classes on-site full-time, five days a week, after more than a year of distance learning and hybrid on-site/online learning. As a school community, Bethel strives to provide clear, consistent and transparent communication as we continue to navigate the...
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Gov. Brown announces vaccine mandate for all school staff

Oregon Governor Kate Brown Thursday morning announced that the state will require public and private K-12 school district employees, substitutes, and volunteers to become fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 18, 2021, or six weeks after the vaccine is fully authorized by the FDA, whichever is later. Weekly COVID testing in lieu of vaccination will...
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2021-2022 update

July 15 Update: In-person learning, five days a week

Bethel Families, We hope that you have been enjoying the summer months and are taking time to recharge and reconnect with family and friends. In an effort to help you plan for the upcoming school year, we’re reaching out with some brief updates. In-person learning:  The Bethel School District will return to full time (five...
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Bethel Providing Student COVID Vaccination Clinics

Hi Wolverines, Bethel School District is offering free COVID-19 vaccines for Bethel students ages 16 and older.
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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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