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May / June / July 2019

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This Week in Bethel

  • BOB is coming to a neighborhood near you!
    The Bethel Outreach Bus has been making stops all over the community this summer with free school supplies, non-perishable food, snack packs, and plenty of fun and games. BOB’s next several stops will be at Pioneer Valley Elementary on July 16, the Woodland Estates on July 18, the Deer Run Mobile Home Park on July 23 and at the Winchester Village Mobile Community on July 30. Stop by any of those locations from 10-11 a.m. or from noon to 1 p.m. 
    McKinney-Vento grant will help homeless youth in Bethel
    Thanks to a three-year, $135,000 federal McKinney-Vento grant, Bethel will soon be able to hire a “navigator” to help guide homeless students as they work their way through school toward graduation.
    Big changes coming to CTE classes
    We’re really excited about the Career and Technical Education classes we’ll be offering at all of our comprehensive high schools this fall, including drone engineering and design, nutrition and fitness, and biomedical sciences. We also have some brand new offerings, including American Sign Language at BHS, Media Design and Production at GKHS, and Environmental Sciences at SLHS.
    Immunizations and new MMR law
    Are your kids ready for school? The Department of Health put together the attached chart of the required immunizations for the 2019/20 school year. This year the Washington State Legislature passed a bill that removes the personal and philosophical option to exempt children from the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine required for school and child care entry. The law also requires employees and volunteers at child care centers to provide immunization records indicating they have received the MMR vaccine or proof of immunity. If your child has a personal exemption for the MMR vaccine, make an appointment with your health care provider to discuss your options for meeting this new requirement.
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