Saturday, June 3, 2017


We welcome and encourage all of our Bethany families to attend both the 8th grade and Kindergarten celebrations of accomplishments. It took all of us to get them to this point; let us send them out peacefully with God’s care and love!

There will be A LOT happening next week, and we want you all to be aware of what’s going on at BLS:

Wednesday, June 7 and Thursday, June 8 are MINIMUM DAYS.
All students will be dismissed at 12:00 noon.

Yearbooks — Monday, June 5 — Yearbooks have arrived and we will be distributed to students by their teachers on Monday.

Awards Ceremony—Wednesday, June 7—This year’s awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday beginning at 9:00 AM at the Ulatis Community Center (across the street from BLS). Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Kindergarten Celebration—Tuesday, June 6— Our Kindergarteners will participate in a promotion celebration to the 1st grade on Tuesday, June 6 at 6:30 PM at Bethany Lutheran Church, 621 S. Orchard Avenue, Vacaville. The Kindergarten class has been working very hard on their songs to present to parents, family and friends. Come celebrate their year with us!

Eighth Grade Graduation—Wednesday, June 7— This year we will celebrate the tenth graduating class from Bethany Lutheran School on Wednesday, June 7 at 6:30 PM at Bethany Lutheran Church. All are invited. In keeping with tradition, this year’s graduating students have been working on their own graduation service.

Year End BBQ & Field Day—Thursday, June 8—We will again have our Field Day festivities along with a delicious barbecue. We are looking for volunteers to step forward to coordinate the shopping, cooking and meal portion of this event. Field activities are expected to begin around 9:00 AM. Parent help will also be needed to facilitate the games. If you are able to help, please the school office at This is a great way to finish up those Partnership Hours as this is the last opportunity for this year.

Each student is asked to contribute to our meal. A separate flyer was sent home with students and is also attached with this edition of The Eagle. It gives more information and details about each class’s contribution. Parent help is also needed the day of the event with set-up, cooking, clean-up, etc. If you are able to help, please contact the school office.

Students should dress in “school appropriate” clothing for Thursday’s activities. Weather on Thursday is expected to be very warm, so please make sure your student also brings and uses sunscreen. The festivities will last until 12:00 PM.

ALL STUDENTS WILL BE DISMISSED AT 12:00 noon. Extended care is open until 6:00 PM. For those families not enrolled in the extended care program, the cost is $8 per hour.

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