Health & Safety
Due to face mask directives from both Pierce County and the state, all students and staff are required to wear masks regardless of whether they are vaccinated or not.
The Governor has also made COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for all K-12 staff and others working in school facilities. We will be working with our staff to ensure that we are in compliance by the October 18 deadline.
As we've all seen, COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Pierce County. It’s more important than ever to consider getting vaccinated against COVID-19 to protect you and your family from severe disease, hospitalization, and death.
We also want to encourage eligible students, ages 12 and up, to get the COVID vaccine. Severe cases of COVID-19 among children are less common than in older age groups, but pediatric COVID-19 cases and the number of children admitted to hospitals are going up.
You can find a list of local vaccine locations by clicking here: https://www.tpchd.org/healthy-people/diseases/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine-information
It is our hope that with more people getting vaccinated, and by following these new rules, we will be able to have a safe start to the school year for all of our staff and the students.
Bethel is proud to partner with the Right at School to provide before and after care options for your family.
Right at School will be hosting a Parent Information Night twice before school starts and then again a few weeks after school starts. The dates/times are:
Wednesday, September 22nd, 7-8 pm
Right At School will be offering before and after school care this fall at most of the schools in the Bethel School District. Please visit www.rightatschool.com for further information, including registration and safety protocols!
RIGHT AT SCHOOL CONTACT INFO
Phone: (253) 329-6223Elk PlainEvergreenFredericksonNaches TrailSpanawayCamas PrairieClover CreekGrahamThompsonKatherine JohnsonStephanie Hetzer - Area ManagerPhone: 253-320-4129NelsonRocky RidgeShining MountainKapowsinCentennialNorth StarPioneer Valley