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Resume Building/Job Search Workshops

On Tuesday and Wednesday, March 3 & 4, 3:30-5:30 School-to-Careers in conjunction with Worksource Lane will host a Job Search/Resume building workshop. Sign up online by clicking on the link below. Space is limited to 45 students each day. Please sign up for both days if you can. If you have a resume, please bring it with you. These workshops are specifically designed for teens.

Tuesday, March 3

3:30-4:00 Apprenticeship Programs in Oregon
4:00-4:20 Break w/Pizza
4:25-5:30 Resume Building & Rebuilding

Wednesday, March 4

3:30-4:15 Create your own iMatch profile
4:15-4:35 Break w/sub sandwiches
4:40-4:55 Discover your iMatches & other job search resources
4:55-5:10 How to complete an application
5:10-5:30 Interview tips for a positive 1st impression.

Click on this link to register: https://docs.google.com/a/4j.lane.edu/forms/d/10RKCiXGdMfevC1HWC96s4yL8utcHUK37Rdh2zRXryTI/viewform

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Yearbook:

Do you play a sport outside of Churchill?  Yearbook is doing a page for students who do activities outside of school.  If you want to be on this page, please come by Mr. Hoffman’s room, G-13.

Spring Sports:

Spring sports practices start Monday, do you have your paperwork turned in?  If not you don’t practice.  Don’t miss out – get your sport paperwork in today!!

Finance:

March bus passes now available.

Churchill Track:

Track practice starts Monday.  If you are thinking of coming out for track meet in the gym on Monday at 3:45pm for your first practice.

Leadership:

Spirit week starts next week! Monday is mismatched day.

College and Career Center:

Seniors, do you need help filling out your application for federal and state financial aid?  Come to the FAFSA workshop tonight at 6:30pm.  We will be in the red and blue computer labs.  Bring your parents, 2014 financial information and your social security number.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Spring Sports:

Spring sports practices start Monday, do you have your paperwork turned in?  If not you don’t practice.  Don’t miss out – get your sport paperwork in today!!

Finance:

March bus passes are now available.

Leadership/Art Club:

If you are artistic and interested in earning community service hours, come to art club today at lunch in Mrs. K’s to help with prom decorations.

Churchill Track:

Track practice starts Monday.  If you are thinking of coming out for track meet in the gym on Monday at 3:45pm for your first practice.

Leadership:

Spirit week is next week!  Stay tuned  for the themes and prepare for an assembly next Friday.

College and Career Center:

Seniors, do you need help filling out your application for federal and state financial aid?  Come to the FAFSA workshop tomorrow night at 6:30pm.  We will be in the red and blue computer labs.  Bring your parents, 2014 financial information and your social security number.

Superintendent Search: Candidate Forum March 5

Superintendent Search: Candidate Forum March 5

The Eugene School District is searching for a new superintendent. You’re invited to meet and weigh in on the finalist candidates at a community forum on March 5. The finalists will be announced a few days before the forum.

Superintendent Candidate Community Forum
Thursday, March 5, 6:00–8:30 p.m.
4J Education Center Auditorium
200 N. Monroe St., Eugene

At the forum, the finalist candidates will share information about themselves, then respond to questions. Community members in attendance will be asked to provide their input on the candidates.

What has happened so far: The school board is seeking to name a new superintendent this spring. Community input on the strengths and qualities desired in the district’s next leader was gathered and used in developing the position description. A citizen screening committee reviewed applications, interviewed top candidates and recommended semifinalists to the school board. The board has selected a slate of semifinalists to interview and will announce the finalists on March 2.

RSVP & invite friends: www.facebook.com/events/1557504867839621

More information: www.4j.lane.edu/supersearch

 

En busca de un superintendente:  Foro de candidatos el 5 de marzo

El Distrito Escolar de Eugene 4J está buscando un nuevo superintendente. Usted está invitado para conocer a los candidatos finalistas y dar su opinión en un foro para la comunidad el 5 de marzo. Los finalistas serán anunciados unos días antes del foro.

Foro para la comunidad acerca de los candidatos para la superintendencia
jueves, 5 de marzo, 6:00–8:30 pm
Auditorio del Centro Educacional de 4J
200 North Monroe Street, Eugene

En el foro, los candidatos finalistas compartirán información acerca de ellos mismos y después responderán a preguntas. Se le pedirá a los miembros de la comunidad que provean su opinión acerca de los candidatos. Se proveerá intérpretes en español.

Que ha pasado hasta ahora: La junta directiva del distrito escolar quisiera nombrar el nuevo superintendente esta primavera. Se le pidió a la comunidad que diera su opinión acerca de las fortalezas y cualidades deseadas en el próximo líder del distrito y estas se utilizaron para desarrollar la descripción de la posición. Un comité evaluativo comunitario reviso las solicitudes, entrevisto a los mejores candidatos y recomendó a los semifinalistas a la junta directiva. La junta directiva ha seleccionado un numero de semifinalistas para entrevistarlos y anunciarán los finalistas el 2 de marzo.

Invitar a amigos: www.facebook.com/events/1557504867839621

Para más información: www.4j.lane.edu/supersearch

G’Lancer 2/23

A new G’Lancer is posted under News > E-Newsletters or click HERE! Please take the time to read through the newsletter. It may contain detailed information about upcoming events that is not published in other areas of our website.

Starting in March, the G’Lancer will change to a monthly publication. We hope that this will help reduce the number of announcements that parents receive from the school and help you focus on the information that is important to you.

Monday, February 23, 2015

Key Club:

Key Club will be selling cookies today, after school at the planters the cost is three cookies for $1.00.  Yum.

Girls Golf:

Girl golfers, please meet in room H-12 during lunch tomorrow, to discuss the upcoming season.

South Eugene Rowing:

South Eugene Rowing Club’s free trial is this week.  8th through 12th graders from any Eugene School can get strong, make friends and experience the ultimate team sport during crew’s exciting spring sprints season.  To try rowing, check out our website southeugenerowingclub.org print off and sign a waiver, and come to South Eugene’s IHS wing after school Monday through Friday.  The Crew bus leaves for Dexter’s  Lake at 4:00 and returns at 7:00pm.  Try something new — Come row with us.

College and Career Center:

Seniors, do you need help filling out your application for federal and state financial aid?  Come to the4 FAFSA workshop on Thursday at 6:30pm.  We will be in the red and blue computer labs.  Bring your parents, 2014 financial information and your social security number.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Key Club:

Key Club will be selling cookies today, after school at the planters the cost is three cookies for $1.00.  Yum.

Seniors:

Seniors, if you are planning on attending LCC in the fall, apply for their generous scholarships now.  LCC has a large amount of money to award.  More information is available on the LCC website or in the College and Career Center.

Girls Golf:

Girl golfers, please meet in room H-12 during lunch Tuesday, to discuss the upcoming season.

Retro Lancer Uniforms:

Tonight at the Girls Basketball game they will be selling retro lancer uniforms.  Everything is $2.00 for tear away sweats, short shorts, and ugly uniform tops.

Sports Happening Today:

Swimming at State at Mount Hood Swim Center  Release all day

5:15pm, Frosh Boys Basketball at Eagle Point  Release at 11:15am

5:15pm, JV Boys Basketball at Eagle Point  Release at 11:15am

5:30pm, JV Girls Basketball with Eagle Point

7:00pm, Varsity Boys Basketball at Eagle Point  Release at 11:15am

7:00pm, Varsity Girls Basketball with Eagle Point

WISE Symposium in Review

A WISE thank you to all who helped make WISE Symposium 2015 a success: The Science Factory, Nick Spicher and Haley Sharp; Cascades Raptor Center, Kit Lacey and bird handlers; Oregon Crime Lab, Sara Ellebracht, State Forensic Scientist; U of O Nueroscience Lab, Sarah Albreti; CHS Engineering, Marty Wilder and Greig Thompson; U of O Women in Graduate Sciences; Electrical Training Center, Dave Baker; U of O Institute of Neuroscience, Dr. Jennifer Phillips, Ph.D. OBEC Consulting Engineers, Julie Wirth, Andy Burke, and Josh Grenzsund; EWEB-4j Energy Education Program, Lisa Livelybrooks; OSU Professor Kevin Aherns; and OSU graduate student and WISE Sympsoium 2015 keynote speaker, Amber Dawn Berger. Please “Like” us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Eugene.or.WISE and see photos of the symposium.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

African American Youth Conference and MeCha:

The Raza Unida Conference is February 25th at the U of O.  The African American student Leadership Conference is April 2nd at Western Oregon University.  For details please contact Kevin Summerfield.

Key Club:

Key Club will be selling cookies tomorrow, after school at the planters the cost is three cookies for $1.00.  Yum.

WISE:

There will be a WISE meeting today at lunch in the STEM conference room.  All are welcome.

ASE:

The application deadline for summer internships with the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) program are due Monday, March 9th. Please see your counselor or Mary Beth in the School-to-Careers office in the STEM building.  ASE internships are open to grades nine through eleven.

South Eugene Girls Lacrosse:

Would you like to be part of a unique sport?  Come join the South Eugene Lacrosse team.  There will be a meeting at lunch today in the Library.  There will be cookies.

Happy Birthday Molly!!

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

African American Youth Conference and MeCha:

The Raza Unida Conference is February 25th at the U of O.  The African American student Leadership Conference is April 2nd at Western Oregon University.  For details please contact Kevin Summerfield.

Key Club:

Key Club will be selling cookies this Friday, after school at the planters the cost is three cookies for $1.00.  Yum.

WISE:

There will be a WISE meeting tomorrow at lunch in the STEM conference room.  All are welcome.

ASE:

The application deadline for summer internships with the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) program are due Monday, March 9th.  Please see your counselor or Mary Beth in the School-to-Careers office in the STEM building.  ASE internships are open to grades nine through eleven.

Track:

Track season is coming up quickly, and if you have been thinking about participating or have any questions there will be an informational meeting today at lunch.

South Eugene Rowing Club:

South Eugene Rowing Club’s Two-Week Free Trial starts this week.  Eugene 8th through 12th graders can experience crew practices at Dexter Lake with our competitive co-ed novice team, and get in shape while making new friends!  To take part, stop by South Eugene’s IHS hall after school with a signed waiver from our website southeugenerowingclub.org.

South Eugene Girls Lacrosse:

Would you like to be part of a unique sport?  Come join the South Eugene Lacrosse team.  There will be a meeting at lunch tomorrow in the Library.  There will be cookies.

Spring Sports Parents and Coaches Night:

Spring Sports night is tonight at 6:00pm in the Cafeteria.