Several Bethel students receive Airport Rotary Foundation Scholarships

Congratulations to several Willamette High School and Kalapuya High School students who were honored Thursday morning at the Eugene Airport Rotary Foundation’s 26th annual scholarship awards breakfast! Students from both schools received varying levels of new scholarships, and several former scholarship recipients also received scholarship renewals. High school seniors who attend school at Crow, ECCO,...
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Bethel welcomes new Student Services Director

Please join us in welcoming Brenda Martinek, our new Student Services Director, to the Bethel School District! Brenda, who will begin in Bethel starting in July, has previously served as a director of student services in two different school districts over the course of the last nine years. Currently, she serves as the Chief of...
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Tragic Events and Support for Students and Staff

Dear Bethel Community, We are deeply saddened by the tragic news about a shooting earlier today at an elementary school in a small town in Texas. We are deeply saddened by this terrible event. Our thoughts are with the Ulvade community and the families of those who lost their lives or were injured. We recognize...
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WHS students honored as 2021-22 Students of the Month

Several Willamette High School students were just honored with “2021-22 Student of the Month” awards sponsored by the Rotary Club of the Eugene Airport! Congratulations to the following WHS students, we are so proud of your accomplishments: Cassandra Martinez Heilen Garcia Kyree Mitchell Olivia Harris Neveah Gray Ainsley Hanson Loany Carreon Jimenez Chase Greenhalgh Rotary...
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OCCU Foundation provides $10,000 grant to Bethel School District

Grateful doesn’t even begin to describe it! The OCCU Foundation recently provided the Bethel Education Foundation with a $10,000 grant to allow for the district to stock its food pantries with personal items and household essentials for students and families to take home. The pantry items are available to more than 5,300 students and families...
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Bethel’s middle school English Language Development program will continue at two schools

Bethel is excited to announce that its middle school English Language Development (ELD) program will continue to be offered at two different schools in the district this fall and into the future. Last school year, the program was expanded from one middle school site at Prairie Mountain School to two sites with another at Cascade...
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