Support Bethlehem Lutheran School
We appreciate the support from our BLS families who do so much to help offset some of the costs of maintaining an outstanding school like ours. We could never do it without your dedication and support, and we thank you for it from the bottom of our heart.
The BLS Fall Fest is our biggest fundraiser of the year. Fall Fest features fun for the whole family and three foot races: a 5K, a 10K, and a 1-mile fun run. The fun continues with other great activities, such as laser tag, bounce houses, games, retail vendors, and food available from local restaurants. Your donations and sponsorships at this annual community event with hundreds of runners and participants raises several thousand dollars, which goes directly to BLS to be used for playground equipment, audio visual equipment, and more. Thank you for your generous support!
We receive cash for every General Mills product box top our students turn in. Please clip Box Tops coupons from participating General Mills products on your favorite products that you use every day, and send them to school. We receive 10 cents for each one!
This is a great way for our school to earn free educational and sports equipment for our kids. Just save the labels from any of the hundreds of varieties of Campbell's products, and send them with your child to school. We’ll take it from there.
When school supporters enroll and use their REDcard, Target donates up to 1% of every purchase made with the REDcard to the school of your choice. For community members to participate, all you need is a REDcard and the designation of Bethlehem Lutheran School online or by calling 1-800-316-6142.
With Scrip fundraising, BLS families can easily support Bethlehem Lutheran School while they shop. Simply use scrip gift cards for everyday purchases, and earn a rebate on each one at no additional cost.
We are always in need of and happy to receive volunteer help from BLS families. Whether in the classroom or at home, there is something you can do to help. We appreciate your service in whatever capacity you are able, so please contact us, and let us work something out. Areas of service include:
Classrooms – Check with your child’s teacher for opportunities to help in the classroom. Common classroom volunteer service includes: being a PAL (Parent at Lunch), reading with individuals or small groups, driving for field trips, and helping with classroom parties.
Facilities and Maintenance – At times we need help with school projects, maintenance, and/or repair work. Special skills include carpentry, sign painting, landscaping, etc.
Sports – Record-keeping, scorekeeping, driving for games, refereeing, coaching, or assistant coaching.
Music – Programs and concert planning, scenery construction and decoration, equipment operation, set-up and clean up, accompaniment music.
Library – Story time reader; help at the book fair, with book inventory, and with library time for classes.
Special Skills and Interests – We need people skilled in arts, crafts, foreign languages, photography, cooking, sewing, drama, puppetry, carpentry, or specialized professions to enhance school curriculum and Club Thursdays.
Miscellaneous – Help with class pictures, yearbook, coordinating car-pools, One Step Above, Club Thursday, Eagles’ Closet.
Volunteers who are in contact with children must successfully complete a Washington State Patrol background check and attend a volunteer training session. Please pick up your form in the school office.