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  • TRANSFER REQUESTS 2020-2021

    Posted by BETHANY AOKI on 1/12/2020

    STUDENT TRANSFER REQUESTS FOR 2020-2021: First consideration deadline for accepting student transfer requests for the 2020-21 school year will be March 6, 2020 for all grades, K through 12. Requests received after the deadline may not be considered until the week of August 24. Requests submitted after August 24 will be reviewed after September 18 when actual enrollment counts are in. A student transfer request form may be completed and submitted online from the district’s website beginning January 6, 2020.

    All transfer requests for 2020-21 will be done electronically. If the request is submitted by March 6, parents will be notified by April 15 if the request has been approved or denied. Approval or denial of transfer requests will be based on established criteria outlined in board policies and procedures 3131 and 3141. Parents will provide transportation for students who voluntarily attend a school outside their attendance area.

    For more information, call Mary Ann Mulloy-White at 683-6012 for secondary or Rayna Messer at 683-6014 for elementary. Students who are currently approved for in-district student transfers do not have to complete a new form unless they are changing from elementary to middle school or middle school to high school.

     

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  • 2020-2021 Student Transfer Requests

    Posted by BETHANY AOKI on 12/1/2019

    STUDENT TRANSFER REQUESTS FOR 2020-2021: First consideration deadline for accepting student transfer requests for the 2020-21 school year will be March 6, 2020 for all grades, K through 12. Requests received after the deadline may not be considered until the week of August 24. Requests submitted after August 24 will be reviewed after September 18 when actual enrollment counts are in. A student transfer request form may be completed and submitted online from the district’s website beginning January 6, 2020.

    All transfer requests for 2020-21 will be done electronically. If the request is submitted by March 6, parents will be notified by April 15 if the request has been approved or denied. Approval or denial of transfer requests will be based on established criteria outlined in board policies and procedures 3131 and 3141. Parents will provide transportation for students who voluntarily attend a school outside their attendance area.

    For more information, call Mary Ann Mulloy-White at 683-6012 for secondary or Rayna Messer at 683-6014 for elementary. Students who are currently approved for in-district student transfers do not have to complete a new form unless they are changing from elementary to middle school or middle school to high school.

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  • HIV/AIDS CUrriculum Review Night

    Posted by BETHANY AOKI on 12/1/2019

    HIV/AIDS PARENT PREVIEW: MIDDLE SCHOOL GRADES 6-8

    WHEN: Tuesday, DECEMBER 3, 2019

    TIME: 7:00 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.

    WHERE: Educational Service Center, District Office

    516 176 th St East

    Spanaway, WA 98387

    REQUIRED BY LAW FOR STUDENT EXCLUSION

    This is your chance to preview and review the HIV/AIDS curriculum that will be taught to

    your son/daughter during the 2019-2020 school year. Preview is for adults only and

    required before student exclusions from instruction may occur. If you would like your

    child excluded from this instruction and you are unable to attend this preview, you will

    need to contact your child's school to make alternate arrangements. Staff will be on hand

    to answer questions and share up-to-date information on this disease. Please be aware this

    is for adults only and no childcare is provided.

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Principal's Message

  • FALCON FAMILIES

     

     

    We had a great first week back after a two week break. In the classroom teachers reviewed classroom expectations and students attended grade level school-wide expectations assembly. With potential snow/ice this week please make sure to watch the news or check the district website to see if there is a change to the schedule. The district will also send a robo call out to families.

    WINTER 2 SPORTS INFORMATION: Boys and Girls Soccer and Boys Basketball. First day of tryouts is Feb. 27th. Please make sure to wear appropriate clothing. For soccer please dress warm and in layers. Basketball, please make sure you are wear court appropriate shoes. Students must have a current physical on le as well as the required paperwork. Please watch the short video below on how to sign up for athletics.

    RECEIVE BETHEL SCHOOL DISTRICT TEXT MESSAGES: TEXT MESSAGES In order to receive Bethel communication via text, please follow the steps below. Families must text from the phone number they have listed in the Skyward system. To Opt In, text SUBSCRIBE BSD403 to 23177 To Opt Out, text STOP BSD403 to 23177

    MUSIC NEEDS YOUR HELP: FMS is hosting the Mountain Region Instrumental Solo & Ensemble Contest on Saturday, February 29, 2020. Music students from Bethel and surrounding school districts will be coming to perform solo and group music on their instruments. This is a large event that we need many parent volunteers for. Please click the link below for job descriptions and consider supporting our school and music program.

    FMS Instrumental Solo & Ensemble Contest

    www.signupgenius.com

    Frontier Middle School is hosting the MRMEA Solo & Ensemble Contest and we need your help! Please see the jobs below to sign up. Set Up -Friday 2/28/20 2:00 PM -4:00 PM Contest -Saturday 2/29/20 7:30 AM -10:00 AM 9:30 AM -12:00 PM 12:30 PM -2:00 PM For questions, please contact gdebolt@bethelsd.org and ddroz@bethelsd.org.

     

    Athletics/How to sign up

     

    Highly Capable Referral Form: 

    It is time for highly capable referrals. If you are interested in having your student test for highly capable (honors) please complete this form by January 31.

      

     

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    6th GRADE: FAMILY LESSON SUMMARY: This week’s lesson uses a fun and engaging activity to practice skills for making friends. Practicing the skills he or she has learned will help your child use them in real life. FAMILY LESSON QUESTION: Tell your child about a time you made a new friend. Explain what you did and how you did it. Ask your child if there’s someone he or she would like to make friends with and how he or she will do so.

    7th GRADE: FAMILY LESSON SUMMARY: This week’s lesson uses a fun and engaging activity to practice skills for strengthening friendships. Practicing the skills he or she learned will help your child use them in real life. FAMILY LESSON QUESTION: Tell your child about a time you had a problem with a friend. Explain how you xed the problem. Ask your child if there’s a strategy he or she has used to strengthen a friendship in the past.

    8th GRADE: FAMILY LESSON SUMMARY: This week, your child will continue to practice identifying negative relationships. FAMILY LESSON QUESTION: Talk to your child about the kinds of behavior that signal a friendship needs to end. Ask your child what would be a good way to end a friendship.

     

    NEWS FROM AROUND THE DISTRICT

    2020 Construction Projects: There’s a lot going on behind the scenes to keep our district running smoothly. Learn about the construction projects we have on the agenda for 2020, including seismic upgrades, new portables, roof repairs and more. (Note: These projects are funded from the district’s construction budget, NOT by the 2019 bond.) https://medium.com/@BethelSD/2020-construction-projects-a62244d5042f

    Art and Tech Fair --Start planning now. Mark your calendars! This year’s Technology & Art Fair will be on February 29th at Spanaway Lake High School! We will need teachers to provide samples of technology projects to Randi, also, students who are willing to participate in tech team competition.

     

    FMS After School Clubs and Activities 

     

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    JANUARY

    STAR READING 13-17

    13 Monday

    • Open SWAG @ 2:00-4:00
    • Girls Basketball: C-Team @ 3:30

    14 Tuesday

    • Science SWAG @ 2:00-4:00

    15 Wednesday

    • Late Start 9:30am
    • Math SWAG @ 2:00-4:00
    • Open SWAG @ 2:00-4:00

    16 Thursday

    • ELA SWAG @ 2:00-4:00
    • Open SWAG @ 2:00-4:00

    17 Friday

    Have a great weekend!

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