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Willamette’s seniors were among the students who helped shed an outdated image of the school by demonstrating high quality performances in the classroom, on the field, and in the community.
Kalapuya’s seniors were part of the significant transformation in academic focus at the school, and join last year’s seniors as the top two largest graduating classes in KHS history.
They all met Oregon’s toughest-ever high school diploma requirements with the support of their teachers, families, and friends. Long time Clear Lake volunteer Cecil Dammon reads letters from students during Mail Call on his trip to Washington, D.C.
Grizzled survivors of World War II were emotional as they read the letters from Clear Lake students during the vets’ Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. A recent flight of aging vets to the World War II memorial carried two men with Clear Lake connections: longtime Clear Lake volunteer Cecil Dammon and Paul Klenke, the father of Clear Lake’s media specialist, Leslie Brown. As part of their special trip the vets had Mail Call, in which they were surprised by cards and letters from Clear Lake students thanking Cecil and Paul for their service and sacrifice.
The Teen Activities Project is now receiving data from a number of Bethel 8th graders throughout the district, and will keep tracking them through 11th grade.
The Oregon Research Institute study is looking at teenagers’ social environments and how those environments change with different relationships. Students use iPods to input data about their moods, experiences, behaviors, friendships, and the influence of parents and friends. Kids get paid for each survey period, but the real payoff will be the results when researchers expect to have a better idea of what’s really going on with teenagers. Willamette’s Kathleen Petty has received recognition for being an outstanding German teacher. Maybe it is Kathleen Petty’s practice of singing language lessons that helps Willamette’s students learn German so well.
Petty has been presented with an Outstanding Teacher Award by the Oregon Association of Teachers of German.
A dozen WHS German students earned recognition for their scores on the national German exam. Petty also takes a group of students to Germany every other summer and arranges for German students to visit Wil-Hi on even numbered years, taking the extra steps to enhance her students’ German language experience.
Planting the seed to begin thinking about college, Cascade students walk past the Schnitzer Museum of Art on onto the quad at the University of Oregon as part of their campus tour.
The concept is simple: Expose all Bethel 8th grade students to the idea of life after high school – specifically the pathways to higher education – by taking students to a college campus, the University of Oregon. Bethel’s students had a chance to learn about the UO, hear from current college students, and take part in a college learning activity.
The idea about the early exposure to college comes from Bethel’s retired Cascade principal, Glen Martz, who set up the college tours for all of Bethel’s 8th graders.
Jason Rosenlund is not your average school bus driver, he’s a state champion behind the wheel. His skills earned him a trip to the International Bus Driver competition in South Carolina next month. Now a dispatcher for First Student, Rosenlund has also transported kids on every Bethel school bus route as a sub-driver. Willamette students who’ve completed the ECMC requirements are receiving scholarship money. 10 Willamette seniors have each been awarded $6,000 scholarships through the Oregon Department of Education and the Education Credit Management Corporation (ECMC) Foundation.
They started in Willamette’s ECMC program as sophomores when they were identified as Wil-Hi students with obvious potential and equally significant financial obstacles to college.
They had to maintain their academics, continue their good behavior in school, be involved in the community, and eventually get accepted to a college or trade school. Now they’ve graduated from Willamette with a $6,000 head start to new family tradition: Post-high school education. Parents, kids and community members claimed nearly all of Prairie Mountain’s textbooks, which are being replaced with updated curriculum. They were there to take home Prairie Mountain’s old textbooks, which are being replaced with new curriculum thanks to the Bethel bond measure.

Parents claimed math and English language arts books to keep their kids fresh over the summer. Some was sold to a textbook company, and then the Rotary Club shipped all of Prairie Mountain’s middle school math texts to schools in the Philippines.
Creativity was one part of the Solar Challenge, and Cascade’s Megan Foley and Madison Meske won the Art Car Contest with their snail car design.
The EWEB Solar Challenge really does test the imagination and creativity of Bethel middle school kids, who bring their cars together for races against students from around the city each spring.
Along with speed racing and hill climbing, the cars are judged on art and science concept designs.
The hands-on Solar Challenge is a great way to engage middle schoolers in math, science and engineering. Bethel teachers and their nominators were recognized at the Kendall Teacher of the Year Awards.
They were nominated by their students who wrote essays, poems, or thank-you letters or praise about how the winning teacher has influenced their lives. Congratulations – and thank yous – go out to Robyn Dunkum at Malabon, Autumn Minson, Aimee Valencia and Christy Perrigo at Irving, Erik Brudvig at Cascade, Sherry Martinell at Prairie Mountain, Marty Greydanus at Shasta, Eric Wright at Meadow View, and Adam Walker, Sean Kenna, Andrea Woods at Willamette. The Drive For Education presentation also included $2,000 each for Willamette, Meadow View, Irving and Malabon as part of the program’s 3rd quarter rewards.
Six Bethel students were recognized with Turnaround Achievement Awards for making a significant change in their lives. Created by Colleen and Mike Bellotti of UO football fame, the Turnaround Achievement Awards recognize local middle and high school students who have managed to overcome significant obstacles to become successful in school and beyond. Danebo kids thrill at taking the stage at We Are Bethel as part of the school’s Ballet Folklorico dance group. And Danebo’s Ballet Folklorico attracted a supportive crowd with their traditional dances and colorful outfits.
The Bethel Boosters provided their popular barbeque and the Bethel Education Foundation had one of the many community booths at the celebration. The We Are Bethel Celebration is always on the first Saturday of June, helping to bring an end to the school year and start to the summer. The Eugene Airport Rotary presented scholarships to these Bethel students, who might be almost as happy as their parents.
The Eugene Airport Rotary Club awarded $50,000 in scholarships to local high school seniors, including students from Willamette and Kalapuya.
Rotary also renewed the financial assistance for students who previously won the club’s scholarships and are still in college. Airport Rotary members raise funds throughout the year for this big event, helping deserving students achieve their higher education goals.
Retired Bethel teacher and current super-volunteer Chris Ferguson managed to give away close to 3,000 new books to kids throughout the district over the last two years. This year free books went to every single student at Fairfield, Malabon and Danebo schools, and Ferguson is already working to continue the handout in the fall.
A hula demonstration, taekwondo patterns, and Chinese dancers were just part of the sights and sounds of Bethel’s second annual Multicultural Fair. University students and Bethel kids hosted booths featuring countries from around the world, and free food was served to spice up the experience.
Prizes awaited children who had their passport stamped at a number of booths representing various cultures. The annual event was staged by Willamette’s Latinos Unidos and Prairie Mountain and District Staff. Following breakout sessions, students and parents sought more information about colleges and their programs at Bethel’s College Knowledge Night. Close to 30 colleges, universities and college access programs were represented at Bethel’s annual College Knowledge Night. Students and parents sat in on sessions such as How to Choose a Best Match College, Where To Find the Money, How to Visit a College Campus, and Straight Talk From A Panel of College Students. An open air College Fair also allowed for one-on-one conversations with university and program representatives.

Planning ahead for college can’t come too soon with Bethel’s focus on graduating all students ready for college or a career.
Willamette athletic director Barry Bokn unveils the plaque commemorating Oregon’s first girls state track championship meet held at WHS in 1964.
It happened in 1964 at Willamette High School’s track: Oregon’s first high school track and field championship meet for girls. Danebo teacher Jean Kozlowski stops with some of her students in front of their postcard project bulletin board.
Kids in the Life Skills class at Danebo finally reached their goal, receiving a postcard from all 50 states – and some foreign countries for good measure.
Students helped locate the states on a giant map and pinned a string from the card to each location around the country.
Parents got involved, soliciting friends and relatives around the country to send in postcards. The kids had a great time discovering new people and places, and recognizing the wide world beyond their school. It is with great pride and honor that I recognize the efforts of our staff in the development and instruction of our students, inspiring them to reach even higher each time.
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Sophomore Brielle Waff had the top score in Oregon and has won a full scholarship to study in Germany as an exchange student next school year. At the state rodeo he had to parallel park, maneuver through barricades, back up to within inches of a tiny mark, and demonstrate all the necessary techniques to keep kids safe. Cascade’s Megan Foley and Madison Meske clearly chose appearance over speed when they designed a car to look like a snail. A dozen Bethel teachers have been selected as Kendall Drive For Education Teachers of the year.
In students’ eyes you just might be able to make out the reflection of their parents’ relief. He arranged for so many donated books that the giveaway was expanded to every kindergarten student in the district. A special ceremony at the track featured the coach of the first girls state champions from Pleasant Hill, and Janice Hughes Estes, the P-Hill girl named the athlete of the meet.
In recent years the Wil-Hi girls have made their mark at the state level in basketball, soccer, swimming, volleyball, golf and track. You can read Kindle books on your computer or mobile device by downloading the free Kindle Reading Apps. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, click here.
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