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This Week in Bethel
Just over a year ago, voters in our district approved a School Construction Bond that will build three brand new schools in the coming years. Money from the bond will also be used to renovate and expand five other schools. The first school, Elementary #18, will open its doors in the fall of 2021. https://medium.com/@BethelSD/
Bethel is hiring for the 2020/21 school year! It may seem like an odd time to be talking about this sort of thing, but all of the usual job fairs we are normally part of have been cancelled and we have positions to fill for this fall. If you are interested in joining Team Bethel, apply today at jobs.bethelsd.org. We're especially looking for qualified teachers for math, science, SPED, and our Dual Language (Spanish) elementary program.
Social Distancing Band
When Graham-Kapowsin High School's wind ensemble concert was cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions, band teacher David Stewart got creative and started Bethel's first ever "social distancing band."
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Storytime with a Sheriff
Deputy Dech (one of our amazing School Resource Officers) wanted to share this book with the kids in our community because when she was in school she had what some people thought was a problem – she is dyslexic. It made things challenging for her, the same way it makes things challenging for many other people just like her. But she never gave up, she worked hard, she tried her best, and she learned to turn her challenges into opportunities. You can too and we believe in you! https://www.facebook.com/
piercecounty.sheriff/videos/ 702694547170966/ UzpfSTk2NDI5MDU0ODkxOjEwMTU3Nj UxMzk0MzY5ODky/For daily district news, visit www.facebook.com/bethelsd