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This Week in Bethel

  • New roofs, more portables, and gallons and gallons of paint
    This was a busy summer for our Construction Department, as they took on and completed a wide variety of maintenance projects to keep our students and staff safe. Learn more about all the great work they did here:
    ABC Day – October 5 at GKHS
    Mark your calendars! Our 11th Annual All Bethel Community Day (ABC Day) is just around the corner on Saturday, October 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Graham-Kapowsin High School.
    Challenger Construction Update
    Construction crews are making amazing progress on what will eventually be a new Challenger High School. This phase of construction, which is not funded by our recently-passed bond, is adding an 8,000 square foot building. Check out our live construction camera here →
    Pierce Transit in Bethel: Update
    Superintendent Tom Seigel reports that the Pierce County Council will be meeting with Pierce Transit about the possibility of expanding services in Bethel. This is in response to our School Board’s resolution asking for expanded bus service in our area to better serve our community.
    Emergency Preparedness
    Nobody wants to think about a disaster hitting one of our schools, but it’s imperative that district leaders plan for every conceivable emergency. Read up on some of the emergency preparedness items we're working on now:
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