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This Week in Bethel
We love it when our graduates go out into the world and do big things! Meet Bethel High grads Lexi Lalauni and Emily Petry. Lexi is a singer and Emily is her manager, and both women are looking to make their mark in the music industry. https://medium.com/@BethelSD/
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Bond Projects Update
At 80,000 square feet, Elementary #18 will be the largest elementary school ever built in the district. Once completed in Fall 2021, it will be home to 900 students. Learn more about our ongoing bond projects at:
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Looking for a great lunch?
The Pierce County Skills Center's Glacier Grill is celebrating its "Flavors of Mexico" menu during November. They are open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. https://www.facebook.com/
BethelSD/photos/a. 10150572353354892/ 10157231594194892/?type=3& theaterBrad Graham Memorial
A former Kapowsin Elementary School student has designed and built a beautiful handcrafted bench to honor his former principal. When former principal Brad Graham passed away last year, the staff at Kapowsin thought a memorial bench would be fitting, considering Mr. Graham’s love of sitting and reading with students. Adam Bernstein, a former Kapowsin student during Mr. Graham’s tenure, agreed to design and build the bench, and he recently delivered it to Kapowsin. From now on, the bench will sit in the entry, right outside the main office, greeting students, staff and guests as they enter the building.For daily district news, visit www.facebook.com/bethelsd