Bethel Summer Opportunities for Kids and Families!

Summer Supports and Opportunities for Kids and Families

Bethel Summer Camps

June 28 – August 27, primarily August

Grades K-12

Free, transportation provided

Take place at Bethel schools


City of Eugene Recreation

June 28 – August 20

Grades K-12

Free art, craft, and games drop in 10am-4pm

Petersen Barn and State Street City Park

FFLC summer food sites


Boys and Girls Club

June 28 – August 27

Summer camp

Already has waiting list


UO Summer Camps

Grades K-12

classic camps


SPICE Science Camps

Girls and non-binary youth

grades 6-9


Direction Service

Programs for youth with disabilities

Grades K-12


LCC – Rites of Passage

BIPOC youth grades 6-12

Virtual this year


YMCA Summer Camps

Lane County Fairgrounds and YMCA on Patterson St.

Many have waitlist already

Grades K-9


Ophelia’s Place

Girls and non-binary youth

grades 4-12

All Zoom groups and programs


Library Programs 

Mostly Zoom groups, some kits to pick up at library

Library card is available to all Bethel students for free, even if they don’t live in Eugene


Food for Lane County Summer Food Program

June 28 – September 3


Lunch served or available for pickup

Bethel sites: State Street Park, Petersen Barn, Mangan City Park

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End of Year CDL To-Dos

Please remember that Textbook and library book drop-off is the week of 6/14-6/18. All books need to be returned by the 18th.

Chromebook drop-offs will be from 8-4 on Friday, June 18th  at Willamette High school.

Please let me  know if  you have questions/concerns:)

Be well,

Sarah Campbell

541-972-3763 (Call/Text)

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End of the Year is Here!

We made it! The last three weeks of term, we will be finishing up our learning with the  Roman Empire, Forest Ecology and Pre Algebra/Coordinate Planes. And we will continue with our drawing lessons in Advisory.

Please note the following dates:

Turn in Textbook/Library Book days are June 14-16. There is a Textbook/Library Book cart located right outside of the front office. Just drive by and drop off at your convenience:)

Covid Classroom Picture Day is June 9. Please come to Advisory that day so we can take a classroom Zoom picture for posterity. I hope to send the photo to the Printshop and have them back in time to send out to all of you. Please note: For privacy reasons, these pictures will not be shared with anyone outside of our classroom. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

541.972.3763 (call/text)

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State Testing at MV

Please be  aware that  State Testing for 6th Graders will be officially given to Language  Arts students this year. You have the right to opt out of State Testing and will need to notify MV/Bethel School District by April 26th in order for us to document your wishes. Please call the front office to let them know OR you can go directly to the Bethel Website Families link and  fill out the form there.

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Free COVID-19 Testing for Bethel Families

I am excited to share that we have a free COVID-19 testing opportunity this Saturday, April 10th in the parking lot of Cascade Middle School from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. The testing services will be available in both English and Spanish, and will continue onsite at Cascade every two weeks through August.

I’ve attached a flyer, so please share this information with your students and families.

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This is made possible through a multi-agency partnership with the University of Oregon, Centro Latino, and the Bethel School District. We are so grateful they have chosen to support our Bethel community!

Take care!

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3rd Term PE/Music Electives

Hello Mid School,
Mr. Dillow and I will begin holding our elective zooms on Wednesdays next week. We will have our 6th grade zoom at 9:00am following their advisory. 
Thank you,
Josh & Casey
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New Advisory Teachers for Hybrid


For some students, they will have new Advisory Teachers and Zoom Links. Teachers will be emailing students and families with the new Advisory Zoom Address. We will meet our Hybrid Advisory teachers on Wednesday, April 7:)

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Welcome Back!

Welcome Back Everyone! We are looking forward to the next couple of weeks as we transition to Hybrid Learning. For Hybrid Learners, please  make sure you are prepared  for the “First Day of School” by checking to make sure you have a backpack, water bottle and a 3-ring binder to keep your materials  in as we will not be using lockers. The water bottle is vital in that students will not be able to use the drinking fountain directly but as a faucet to refill their water containers. If you have any questions, please reach out to us:)

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Happy Spring Break!

We wish you all a very restful and healthy Spring Break! For a special treat, please check out your Classroom Stream for an Oregon Shakespeare Festival presentation of Julius Caesar for your viewing  enjoyment over the break:)

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Electives Change on Monday

A new term has started and electives will change on Monday! Please remind your student they need to go to their new PE or Music class on March 8.

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