Book Sale is here all week! March 13 - March 16!
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Important changes coming for Ohio Medicaid Members! The Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) is asking all public entities, including Bethel-Tate Schools, to inform families who receive Medicaid insurance about the importance of having a current address and email on file with the County Department of Jobs and Family Services. If your account has old information, you may miss important letters and risk losing your coverage. Visit benefits.ohio.gov or call 1-844-640-6446 to update your contact information. Background Per the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, (CAA) the continuous coverage provision that prohibited states from disenrolling members from Medicaid will expire. Starting with Medicaid renewals due in April 2023, Ohio Medicaid will resume its routine eligibility and enrollment operations. This means that all eligible Medicaid members will need to have their Medicaid coverage renewed. The return to routine operations will bring changes for Ohio Medicaid members. Read the information below to ensure you’re prepared for the changes and know what steps you need to take to keep or find new coverage. Keep your contact information up to date with your County Department of Job and Family Services (CDJFS). When it’s time to renew, or if Medicaid needs more information to continue your coverage, the CDJFS sends a letter. Make address changes by logging on to benefits.ohio.gov or by calling 1-844-640-6446. Help is available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET. Medicaid members are encouraged to: check your mail and respond to requests for information from your CDJFS. While some renewals can be completed without a need to contact the member, some renewals will require members to respond to mail. If you receive a letter stating that it is time to renew, or that your CDJFS needs more information, you should respond right away. The CDJFS needs to hear from you to review your Medicaid eligibility. If you do not respond to renewal letters or requests for information, you risk losing coverage even if you still meet the eligibility criteria for Medicaid. To renew your coverage: There are multiple ways to renew your coverage: In-person at or by mail to your local CDJFS office. You can find contact information for your CDJFS by choosing your county from the dropdown at medicaid.ohio.gov/dropdown. Over the phone by calling the County Shared Services at 1-844-640-6446. Agents are available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET. Online at benefits.ohio.gov only if you have already created a Self-Service Portal account. Otherwise, you must submit the renewal through one of the methods listed above. Even if you can’t complete your renewal in the Self-Service Portal, you can still use your account to report changes and upload documents. To find new coverage: If you’re notified that you are no longer eligible for Medicaid coverage, this is considered a Qualifying Life Event (QLE), which allows you to enroll in a Marketplace plan outside of the Open Enrollment Period. Members should still complete and return their renewal packet(s) so that coverage can be properly assessed for all household members. Your child may be eligible for coverage even if you are no longer eligible. If you need help understanding your options, trained, licensed insurance navigators are available at no cost to you. Contact Get Covered Ohio for free, unbiased assistance. Go to getcoveredohio.org or call 1-833-628-4467. Insurance navigators can help in-person, online, or over the phone. Additional resources: You can manage your Medicaid account, complete renewals, upload documents, and find out the status of your coverage by logging into your Ohio Benefits Self- Service Portal account at benefits.ohio.gov. You can call 1-844-640-6446. Assistance is available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET.
There will be NO SCHOOL for Bethel-Tate Schools students: Monday, February 20, 2023 In observance of Presidents' Day; Tuesday, February 21, 2023 Teacher In-Service Day
Thank you to our schools for sharing images this week on Twitter. We are sharing just a few from the week of Feb. 13th. The highlights include BTHS bowlers TJ Mullen and Jhace Pryor who both qualified for districts in bowling; BTMS Girls with Goggles trip to Grant; Cooper, one of two facility dogs for BTMS; 7th-grade band practice; BTHS staff enjoying Lunch & Learn; a demonstration of Kindness at the primary school.
Today, Feb. 15, 2023, is School Resource Officers Appreciation Day. Please join us in thanking our fantastic SROs, Clermont County Sheriff’s Deputy Henson and Deputy McElfresh for everything they do to keep our students, staff and guests safe. We also express gratitude to the officers of Bethel Police Department which are always quick to respond whenever there’s a need.
STEM Animated Museum night was fantastic!!
Good Morning, For Tuesday, January 31, Due to the inclement weather and poor road conditions. Bethel-Tate Local Schools is closed. Once again, Bethel Tate Local Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 31 due to weather and poor road conditions. Thank you
Due to inclement weather, Bethel-Tate school district will be on a 2 hour delay.
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Second semester awards day Friday January 13th. Check out the newsletter for details!
Here is the calendar for December and our dress up days! Have your students join in with the fun! https://5il.co/1ledo
All are welcome to attend Octoberfest 2022 at Hill Intermediate on Friday, October 14! 🍁5-6 pm will be a coney and chili-spaghetti meal (preorders recommended) 🍁6-8 pm will be a family-friendly event with games and entertainment for all ages!
All students need a set of earbuds or headphones. Please make sure your student has a set. Thanks!
IMPORTANT Please send in a water bottle with your child! We have the water you send the bottle!
Learn more about 5th grade band registration for the 2022-2023 school year. Go here to register: https://forms.gle/HcpGxoy8Hy78FuYr8