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Welcome to Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School, Home of the Mighty Mustangs! Where the Best and the Brightest Attend, Teach and Serve!

Keep Calm & Check Your Child's Grades

Parents make sure you track 
your child's academic progress.  
Downloaded the SCHOOLOGY 
app on you phone.

Los padres se aseguran de 
seguir el progreso académico 
de su hijo. Descargó la 
aplicación SCHOOLOGY en 
su teléfono.


Thanks to all who made Hands Around Bethune a success!

Hands Around Bethune 2018 - Saturday, November 4 - 9am - 2pm

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Who is Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune? Click on the 'Our School' tab to find out more.



Hot Supper Meals - 2:40 - 3:10pm - Daily

Hot Supper Meals - 2:40 - 3:10pm - Daily
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What's Happening at Bethune Middle School?


Educational Equity

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Title IX

For Title IX concerns and/or complaints, please contact: 


Ms. Robin Windham (323)541-1802 or robin.windham@lausd.net


Mr. Jerry Coronado (323)541-1827 or jerry.coronado@lausd.net


Mr. Arquimedes Vargas (323) 541-1840 or axv3870@lausd.net


For district Title IX concerns, please clink on the attached link: 


Bicycle riding is fun, healthy, and a great way to be independent. But it is important to remember that a bicycle is not a toy; it’s a vehicle! Be cool – follow some basic safety tips when you ride.

Click HERE for the rules of the road!