Support Services
  • Bethel’s forward-focused mission of preparation through the development of character and intellect applies to even our youngest students. Our dual commitment to academic and social curricula puts students at the center of their learning, teaching them in developmentally appropriate ways to make choices, manage time, and think critically and creatively. In all of our endeavors, we strive to foster a joy in learning and greater understanding of the importance of being a significant member of a community.

    To guide this mission, the district is committed to providing a series of Support Services, which are targeted specifically to help meet the needs of every child. Under the Support Services umbrella, families will find Early Childhood Education programs, such as Head Start and the Early Childhood Education Assistance Program (ECEAP), as well as both Pay-to-Go and Special Education Preschool. For older children, we offer Title I and Learning Assistance Program (LAP) services to help those who need extra help in critical subjects, like math and reading. And, across the district the Native American Education Program and Family Support Specialists are giving students and their families greater opportunities for success.

    Program Goals

    • Provide additional instruction and support to identified at-risk students so they will meet grade level standards.
    • Provide empowering opportunities for parents and families to support their children's educational progress from birth to twelfth grade.
    • Catch struggling students early, using research based interventions with fidelity.
    • Regularly communicate with parents regarding student progress.
    • Facilitate a smooth transition process between school levels, including support for the process of meeting high school graduation requirements.


  • Openings still available for Pay to Go Preschool.  Call 253.683.6929 for info.
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