School will open on Wednesday, August 19th for three days of Orientation from 8:00 - 11:00 AM. Students with last names beginning with A-H will come only on Wednesday, August 19th, I-R come only on Thursday, August 20th, and S-Z come only on Friday, August 21 (Remote Learners will join online with students in the same name groups at the same time). Kindergartners can schedule assessments for those days based on the same letter groupings. The link to schedule with your child's teacher was in the Bluehawks Blast. We will be closed on Monday, August 24th and Tuesday, August 25th. We will reopen for all grades on Wednesday, August 26th. We will hold in-person classes. For students who may not be able to come due to medical conditions which are threatened by COVID for either themselves or household members, they will follow the in-school schedule while working from home. For questions or concerns, email Mr. Gould ( The office remains open during the summer (Mon-Thurs 8:00 - 3:00 PM). Please call before you come to be sure someone is available to assist you when you arrive. Summer Homework is available by clicking on the News item below and on the Students page.

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The school supply list is now available. Click here: Supply List 2020-2021...

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Summer Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 8:00 - 3:00

The office will be open Mon-Thurs from 8:00 - 3:00. Please call 513-771-7462 ext. 0 before stopping by to be sure we are available since we may be in meetings or out of the building on a different part of campus.

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EdChoice Announcement from the Board of Trustees

On July 10, 2020, the Bethany Board of Trustees announced it had made a strategic decision to end the school’s participation in Ohio’s EdChoice Scholarship Program. The 2020-2021 academic year will be the final year that Bethany participates in the EdChoice Scholarship Program. This was not an easy decision, but the program is not financially...

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We are All in This Together - Faculty Flash Mob

Many Bethany faculty members surprised the student body with a Flash Mob dance they had learned thanks to Alumnae, Rani Bawa. The students were amused to see their teachers in a different way. We just wanted to show that we are willing to "put ourselves out there" for our students! To view the video, go to:

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