Congratulations to the graduates of the Bethel School District's Transition Program!
Multiple police and fire agencies will be using the OLD Spanaway Elementary building as a training ground in the coming weeks.
We are incredibly proud of Bethel's own Ed Ammons and Doris Hominda who were recognized today by the White House as "Champions of Change for School Support."
Bethel High School students Jenna Shields and Miya Thomas will represent Washington state at the National History Day competition in June.
Congratulations to Centennial and Evergreen elementary schools!
2nd Lt. Cherie Thompson returned a few days early from her seven months of training in Texas to surprise her daughter, Nevaeh, in class.
Students at Frederickson Elementary wore their craziest socks in honor of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day.
Starting in school year 2016-2017, all students in 9th through 12th grade are required by law to get two doses of chickenpox (or varicella) vaccine.
Two more Bethel teachers have reached the ‘gold standard’ for instructional practices.
Students at Elk Plain School of Choice are teaming up with local businesses Toray Composites America and LeMay Pierce County Refuse to recycle their way into the future.
The Seahawks may not have won this weekend, but the GKHS Eagles did, when they beat ER 56-0.
Award-winning children's science writer Seymour Simon recently visited Naches Trail.
Moving this summer?
If you will be moving this summer, please contact the Registrar at your student's current school for all that you'll need to enroll your student for the upcoming school year; immunization records, report cards, test scores, and more.
Parents are encouraged to register their children who will reach the age of 5 on or before August 31 for kindergarten. Questions? Call your neighborhood school or the Office of Elementary Schools at 253-683-6014.