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This Week in Bethel

  • Lightsaber Malfunction
    This year's orchestra festival was supposed to end with a performance of Star Wars, conducted with a lightsaber. But when the lightsaber failed to activate, a young Jedi was called upon to save the day. You can see this, plus all of the performances from this year's District Orchestra Festival at
    Summer lunch program
    Summer can be a difficult time for parents who have come to rely on the meals offered at their child’s school. To help alleviate that stress, we host a free summer lunch program at three of our schools. This year’s program will run on weekdays between June 24 and August 16. Lunch will not be served on July 4-5. Free lunches will be provided at Evergreen Elementary and Bethel Middle from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Lunch will be also be served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Clover Creek Elementary. The free lunch program is available to all children and teens up to 18 years old.
    Don’t “Flip Your Lid”
    Last month, our School Board formally adopted a new Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum that will be used in our elementary and middle schools beginning this fall. Click the link to learn more:
    Senior Features
    Graduation is just around the corner, so we’ll be taking some time over the next several weeks to single out a few of the district’s best and brightest seniors on our Facebook page:
    Star Teacher
    Congratulations to Evergreen Elementary School teacher Lynn Taylor for earning the Superintendent's Star Teacher Award! Lynn has been teaching for 26 years and is one of the amazing educators who helped Evergreen become a National Blue Ribbon School. Well done!
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