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Monday, April 20, 2015

Josephine’s Closet will be at the planters after school with free prom dresses for anyone needing them.

National Honor Society:

Reminder:  NHS Applications are due to Julie Stelle in the College and Career Center by the end today.

School-to-Careers:

Eugene Springfield Fire and EMS Career Day is Friday, May 1st, from 9:00am to 2:30pm.  Have you ever wanted to be a firefighter? Are you interested in a career in emergency medicine?  This is an opportunity to learn some of the skills and duties of a firefighter and paramedic.  You will see crews fight a live fire; see demonstrations by Police and Central Lane Dispatch Center; and participate in C.P.R. training.  Sign up and pick up a permission slip in front of the School-to-Careers office in the STEM building.

School-to-Careers:

Women in Trades Career Day is Saturday, May 16th, in Portland, Oregon.  Female students who are interested in trades like carpentry, electrical, sheet metal work or welding will ride the bus to Portland and participate in the all day event, and it’s all free.  Students will need to provide their own water, lunch and snacks.  Sign up and registration is in front of the School-to-Careers office in the STEM building.

Lancer Pageant:

Lancer Pageant tickets will be sold today at lunch for $10 at the planters. or $12 at the door on the night of the pageant.

LCC Placement Testing:

Attention seniors! If you are planning to take LCC placement testing, the next test will be on Wednesday, April 22, at 3:30. Please report to the STEM building conference room with your “L” number.  See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you need an “L” number.

Seniors:

Sign up sheets are available in the front office for Graduation speakers, performers and MC’s.  If you are interested in doing any of these things, sign up today.

Math Club:

If you are someone who enjoys math, or is looking to improve your skills, come to Math Club on Monday afternoons. We meet in Mr. Grossberg’s room C-5 at 3:45. We will provide snacks! Hope to see you there.

Sports Happening Today:

4:30pm, JV Boys Golf at River Ridge

Friday, April 17, 2015

Leadership:

Yesterday we did not get a lot of attendees for the ASB meeting, so if you could not make it to the mandatory ASB meeting yesterday, you still have time to pick up an application in room B-17 today during lunch. And just remember you do not have to be a senior to run for the ASB cabinet.

National Honor Society:

Reminder:  NHS Applications are due to Julie Stelle in the College and Career Center by the end of this Monday, the 20th.

School-to-Careers:

Eugene Springfield Fire and EMS Career Day is Friday, May 1st, from 9:00am to 2:30pm.  Have you ever wanted to be a firefighter? Are you interested in a career in emergency medicine?  This is an opportunity to learn some of the skills and duties of a firefighter and paramedic.  You will see crews fight a live fire; see demonstrations by Police and Central Lane Dispatch Center; and participate in C.P.R. training.  Sign up and pick up a permission slip in front of the School-to-Careers office in the STEM building.

School-to-Careers:

Women in Trades Career Day is Saturday, May 16th, in Portland, Oregon.  Female students who are interested in trades like carpentry, electrical, sheet metal work or welding will ride the bus to Portland and participate in the all day event, and it’s all free.  Students will need to provide their own water, lunch and snacks.  Sign up and registration is in front of the School-to-Careers office in the STEM building.

Bookworm Club:

Today at noon — Bookworm Club will meet in the library. Next year’s OBOB list will be announced and new books will be available. Find out more about the Churchill Poetry Contest. Sandwiches and fruit will be provided.  Make friends with books!!

Lancer Pageant:

Lancer Pageant tickets will be sold today at lunch for $10 at the planters. or $12 at the door on the night of the pageant.

LCC Placement Testing:

Attention seniors! If you are planning to take LCC placement testing, the next test will be on Wednesday, April 22, at 3:30. Please report to the STEM building conference room with your “L” number.  See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you need an “L” number.

College and Career Center:

Representatives from Alternatives  views on military recruiting will be here on Tuesday, at 1:15pm in the College and Career Center.  They will provide information to students who are thinking of joining the military after high school.

Leadership:

Junior and senior boys.  Are you interested  in being a Powder Puff coach?  If so, there is a mandatory meeting today, at lunch, in room B-17.  See you there.

Churchill Poetry Contest:

The Library is sponsoring a poetry contest for Churchill students.  You can find the entry forms in the Library or from a teacher.  If you enter the Churchill contest by April 29th you will also be entered into a national contest as well.  Bring your completed poem and entry form to the Library.

Seniors:

Sign up sheets are available in the front office for Graduation speakers, performers and MC’s.  If you are interested in doing any of these things, sign up today.

Math Club:

If you are someone who enjoys math, or is looking to improve your skills, come to Math Club on Monday afternoons. We meet in Mr. Grossberg’s room C-5 at 3:45. We will provide snacks! Hope to see you there.

Student Advisory Committee:

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors: Are you currently involved with an on-campus leadership or affinity group?  Do you have a voice that needs to be heard by your administrative team? Churchill High School is starting it’s first ever student advisory committee and we are looking for students to meet with administrators once a month to discuss issues on equity, access, and college and career support.  Please pick up a copy of the application in the front office if you are interested.  Applications will be due May 1st.

Sports Happening Today:

Boys Tennis at Summit Tournament  Release all Day

Thursday, April 16, 2015

National Honor Society:

Reminder:  NHS applications are due to Julie Stelle in the College/Career Counseling Center by the end of Monday, April 20th.

Wise:

There will be a WISE — Women in Science and Engineering — meeting today at lunch in the STEM building conference room.  All are invited.

Bookworm Club:

Tomorrow at noon — Bookworm Club will meet in the library.  Next year’s OBOB list will be announced and new books will be available.  Find out more about the Churchill Poetry Contest.  Sandwiches and fruit will be provided.  Make friends with books!!

College and Career Center:

Representatives from Alternatives  views on military recruiting will be here on Tuesday, at 1:15pm in the College and Career Center.  They will provide information to students who are thinking of joining the military after high school.

Lancer Pageant:

Tonight is the Lancer Pageant Bunco Night!  Come to the library at 7:00pm to have a great night full of snacks, laughs and of course BUNCO!  Tickets can be bought at the door for $5.00.  Don’t miss out, we have great prizes for the winners!

Leadership:

Junior and senior boys.  Are you interested  in being a Powder Puff coach?  If so, there is a mandatory meeting tomorrow, at lunch, in room B-17.  See you there.

Churchill Poetry Contest:

The Library is sponsoring a poetry contest for Churchill students.  You can find the entry forms in the Library or from a teacher.  If you enter the Churchill contest by April 29th you will also be entered into a national contest as well.  Bring your completed poem and entry form to the Library.

Seniors:

Sign up sheets are available in the front office for Graduation speakers, performers and MC’s.  If you are interested in doing any of these things, sign up today.

Student Advisory Committee:

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors: Are you currently involved with an on-campus leadership or affinity group?  Do you have a voice that needs to be heard by your administrative team? Churchill High School is starting it’s first ever student advisory committee and we are looking for students to meet with administrators once a month to discuss issues on equity, access, and college and career support.  Please pick up a copy of the application in the front office if you are interested.  Applications will be due May 1st.

Sports Happening Today:

  • 2:30 and 5:00pm, Varsity Baseball at Redmond  Release at 9:00am
  • 4:00pm, Boys Tennis at South Eugene  Release at 2:20pm
  • 4:00pm, Girls Tennis with South Eugene  Release at 3:00pm
  • 4:30pm, Middle School Track Meet

Gilma Greenhoot Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations out to Imani Beasley and Jasmeane Perez, recipients of the Gilma Greenhoot scholarship. The scholarship is for $3500, renewable for up to 4 years.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Lancer Pageant:

Tomorrow night is the Lancer Pageant Bunco Night!  Come to the library at 7:00pm to have a great night full of snacks, laughs and of course BUNCO!  Tickets can be bought at the door for $5.00.  Don’t miss out, we have great prizes for the winners!

Leadership:

Junior and senior boys.  Are you interested  in being a Powder Puff coach?  If so, there is a mandatory meeting Friday, at lunch, in room B-17.  See you there.

Churchill Poetry Contest:

The Library is sponsoring a poetry contest for Churchill students.  You can find the entry forms in the Library or from a teacher.  If you enter the Churchill contest by April 29th you will also be entered into a national contest as well.  Bring your completed poem and entry form to the Library.

Student Advisory Committee:

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors: Are you currently involved with an on-campus leadership or affinity group?  Do you have a voice that needs to be heard by your administrative team? Churchill High School is starting it’s first ever student advisory committee and we are looking for students to meet with administrators once a month to discuss issues on equity, access, and college and career support.  Please pick up a copy of the application in the front office if you are interested.  Applications will be due May 1st.

Seniors:

Sign up sheets will be available today in the front office for Graduation speakers, performers and MC’s.  If you are interested in doing any of these things, sign up today.

College and Career Center:

Sophomores, applications for the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy are now being accepted.  If you want to be challenged to grow as leaders and citizens, this camp is for you.  There is no cost to participate.  For applications and more information come to the College and Career Center.  Applications are due April 20th.

Sports Happening Today:

  • 3:30pm, Track with Springfield  Release at 2:10pm
  • 5:00pm, Softball at North Eugene  Release at 2:30pm (make up game)

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Attention all Juniors:

Today you will be receiving your room assignments for next week’s Smarter Balance Testing.  There will be lists posted around school – If you lose your slip, check the lists for your room number.  Any questions, see Ian in the counseling hall.

Churchill Poetry Contest:

The Library is sponsoring a poetry contest for Churchill students.  You can find the entry forms in the Library or from a teacher.  If you enter the Churchill contest by April 29th you will also be entered into a national contest as well.  Bring your completed poem and entry form to the Library.

Student Advisory Committee:

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors: Are you currently involved with an on-campus leadership or affinity group?  Do you have a voice that needs to be heard by your administrative team? Churchill High School is starting it’s first ever student advisory committee and we are looking for students to meet with administrators once a month to discuss issues on equity, access, and college and career support.  Please pick up a copy of the application in the front office if you are interested.  Applications will be due May 1st.

College and Career Center:

Juniors, your career related learning projects are past due.  Please check the list outside Shannon’s office to see if you are complete.  If you have any questions, see Sheree or Shannon.

GSA:

GSA will be meeting in room F-49 today at lunch.  We will be planning for the Day of Silence that is on Friday.

College and Career Center:

Sophomores, applications for the Rotary Youth Leadership Academy are now being accepted.  If you want to be challenged to grow as leaders and citizens, this camp is for you.  There is no cost to participate.  For applications and more information come to the College and Career Center.  Applications are due April 20th.

Powder Puff:

Attention Juniors and senior boys.  It’s Powder Puff time….. and we are looking for 6 junior boys and 6 senior boys to coach their respective girls teams!  Listen for details.

Seniors:

Sign up sheets will be available today in the front office for Graduation speakers, performers and MC’s.  If you are interested in doing any of these things, sign up today.

College and Career Center:

Are you interested in learning more about financing college through the military?  If so, come to the College and Career Center today, during lunch to learn about the Reserve Officers Training Corp.

School-to-Careers:

Seniors planning to attend Lane Community College in the fall should take the LCC placement testing in reading and writing.  Testing will be tomorrow, at 8:00am.  Meet at the main entrance of the STEM building and bring your “L” number.  See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you need an “L” number.

AP Testing:

Attention AP students!  If you are taking an AP test the required session to bubble information for your exam will be, tomorrow, at 8:30am in the auditorium.  Bring a #2 pencil.

Track:

Track needs volunteers for home meets. Volunteer hours.  Meets are April 15th and 29th.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Sports Happening Today:

  • 4:30pm, JV Lacrosse with Sheldon  Release at 3:00pm
  • 4:00pm, Girls Tennis at Springfield  Release at 2:20pm
  • 5:00pm, Softball with Eagle Point  Release at 3:00pm – Cancelled: Moved to Thursday
  • 6:15pm, Varsity Lacrosse with Sheldon

Grad Party Fundraiser at Papa’s Pizza

Come support our graduating students!

We are hosting a PIZZA DAY at WEST 11TH PAPA’S PIZZA for the Churchill Graduation Night Party. Bring this flyer into Papa’s Pizza on APRIL 28th and we will receive 50% of the value of the food you purchase! You also have the choice of purchasing Fundraiser Bucks that are good for all future purchases. These Bucks will earn 25% of their value for the Graduation Party. Please come into Papa’s and help us out! With your support on April 28, 2015 we can have a really successful fundraiser! Beverages and delivery orders are excluded.

Fundraiser flyers cannot be distributed at Papa’s Pizza, and are valid ALL DAY only on the specified date.

Go Lancers!

Monday, April 13, 2015

Student Advisory Committee:

Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors: Are you currently involved with an on-campus leadership or affinity group?  Do you have a voice that needs to be heard by your administrative team? Churchill High School is starting it’s first ever student advisory committee and we are looking for students to meet with administrators once a month to discuss issues on equity, access, and college and career support.  Please pick up a copy of the application in the front office if you are interested.  Applications will be due May 1st.

Powder Puff:

Attention Juniors and senior boys.  It’s Powder Puff time….. and we are looking for 6 junior boys and 6 senior boys to coach their respective girls teams!  Listen for details.

Seniors:

Sign up sheets will be available today in the front office for Graduation speakers, performers and MC’s.  If you are interested in doing any of these things, sign up today.

College and Career Center:

Seniors, if you are going to the University of Oregon in the fall, come meet the Outreach Coordinator for first year programs today, at 1:00pm in room F36 to learn about Freshman Interest Groups.  The presentation will last about 45 minutes.  There will be time for questions.  Don’t miss out.

College and Career Center:

Are you interested in learning more about financing college through the military?  If so, come to the College and Career Center tomorrow, during lunch to learn about the Reserve Officers Training Corp.

School-to-Careers:

Seniors planning to attend Lane Community College in the fall should take the LCC placement testing in reading and writing.  Testing will be this Wednesday, at 8:00am.  Meet at the main entrance of the STEM building and bring your “L” number.  See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you need an “L” number.

AP Testing:

Attention AP students!  If you are taking an AP test the required session to bubble information for your exam will be, Wednesday, at 8:30am in the auditorium.  Bring a #2 pencil.

Track:

Track needs volunteers for home meets. Volunteer hours.  Meets are April 15th and 29th.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Sports Happening Today:

Girls Golf at Eugene Country Club  Release all day

1:30pm, Boys Golf at Eugene Country Club  Release at Noon

4:00pm, Girls Tennis at North Eugene  Release at 2:20pm

4:00pm, Boys Tennis with North Eugene  Release at 3:00pm

Congratulations to the Churchill equestrian Team!

With only two scoring riders on the Churchill Equestrian team, the pair was still one of the top “teams” in the “small schools” division. Freshman Kendall Nickerson excelled in being named a First Alternate to the state championships in both dressage and hunt seat equitation! Junior Erin Dose closed out the season with her new horse Dusty, doing especially well in showmanship. Team manager/groom Madaya Stoker didn’t have a horse available this season, but was a terrific help in braiding tails and manes, saddling horses, feeding, and giving support to her teammates. Many thanks to Adviser Jill Dose and Coach Kelly Carroll.

Note:  Any CHS students interested in participating on the Equestrian Team next year should give their name and email to Counselor Katy McAuliffe to be notified of summer acitivities.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Seniors:

Sign up sheets will be available Monday in the front office for Graduation speakers, performers and MC’s. If you are interested in doing any of these things, sign up starting Monday the 13th.

College and Career Center:

Seniors, if you are going to the University of Oregon in the fall, come meet the Outreach Coordinator for first year programs on Monday, at 1:00pm in room F36 to learn about Freshman Interest Groups. The presentation will last about 45 minutes. There will be time for questions. Don’t miss out.

College and Career Center:

Are you interested in learning more about financing college through the military? If so, come to the College and Career Center on Tuesday, during lunch to learn about the Reserve Officers Training Corp.

School to Careers:

Seniors planning to attend Lane Community College in the fall should take the LCC placement testing in reading and writing. Testing will be this Wednesday, at 8:00am. Meet at the main entrance of the STEM building and bring your “L” number. See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you need an “L” number.

AP Testing:

Attention AP students! If you are taking an AP test the required session to bubble information for your exam will be, Wednesday, April 15th at 8:30am in the auditorium. Bring a #2 pencil.

Lancer Pageant:

Is your car in need of a good wash? If it is, come to the 711 at 18th and Chambers to get your car washed by the Lancer contestants tomorrow.

Graduation Announcements:

Students who ordered graduation announcements for Miners Graduate Services can pick them up in the front office.

Seniors:

8×10 photo prints of your class photo at the rock are available for $10.00 through Mr. Eagen in room C9. The final order will be placed tomorrow after school.

Leadership:

Do you want to make a difference here at Churchill? Run for an Associated Student Body Office or ASB. There’s President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasure. Be the voice of the future.

Track:

Track needs volunteers for home meets. Volunteer hours. Meets are April 15th and 29th. Sign up in the Career Center.

Girls Lacrosse:

Come support the Churchill/South ladies lacrosse as they take on Thurston at South Eugene, 5:30pm tonight.

Sports Happening Today:

3:00pm, JV and Varsity Baseball with Crater Release at lunch

5:00pm, JV and Varsity Baseball with Crater Release at lunch

Boys Tennis at Summit Tournament Released all day

Happy Birthday Rachel Nichols