Our Schools

Photo of the Bethel Tate High School.
3420 State Route 125
Bethel, OH 45106
Principal:
Keith Hickman
Important Numbers:
Athletic Office
513.734.2271 ext 7201
Attendance
513.734.2271 press1,1
Fax
513.734.1355
Main Office
513.734.2271 press 1
Principal
513.734.2271 ext 7199

Office Hours   7:00AM - 3:00PM Mon-Fri

 

 

 

Picture of Middle School
649 W Plane St
Bethel, OH 45106
Principal:
Christen Davis
Important Numbers:
Administration
513.734.2271
Fax
513.734.0888
Pcture of Intermedaite School
150 Fossyl Dr
Bethel, OH 45106
Principal:
Matt Wagner
Important Numbers:
Administration
513.734.2271
Fax
513.734.3013

Vision Statement

Students at Hill Intermediate School will achieve their full potential and become lifelong learners.

Mission Statement

Hill Intermediate School is dedicated to nurturing independent, responsible, and productive students through leadership, high expectations, a safe and orderly environment, and an effective home-school relationship.

 

Picture of Primary School
101 Fossyl Dr
Bethel, OH 45106
Principal:
Kay Nau
Important Numbers:
Administration
513.734.2271
Fax
513.734.0444

 

Vision Statement:    Educate the child today to promote success for tomorrow.

Mission Statement:  At William Bick Primary we will strive to create a caring, safe environment, which enables every individual to learn. We will foster intellectual, social, physical, and creative development in each child.

 

     At William Bick Primary we teach the New Ohio Learning Standards.  These standards include language arts, math, science, social studies, art, music and physical education. We have chosen to focus on language arts and math instruction at William Bick Primary.  We teach science and social studies through these main areas of emphasis. 

     In order to teach the standards, we strive to meet the needs of each child through a variety of instructional methods. These include the use of manipulatives, learning centers, and the flexible grouping of students.  As we use these instructional methods, teachers have various programs and supplemental materials available to them.  For language arts instruction we use the Reading Street Reading Series, leveled reading books, the Accelerated Reader program, a rich assortment of literature, educational CDs, and other manipulatives (i.e.: flashcards, letter dice, magnetic letters).  Our math instruction is delivered through teacher developed units as well as manipulatives (i.e. counting chips, play money, pattern cubes, etc.).