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Congratulations All-State and WIBC Students!

IMG_0897Churchill High School had 9 students who auditioned and were accepted to attend the Western International Band Clinic in Seattle.

These students will perform concerts with internationally renowned conductors as well as the world-famous Canadian Brass.

  •  Autumn Griffin
  • Nathan Nouzille
  • Jacob Gibbs
  • Isabel Huey
  • Victoria Kaiser
  • Aja Roundtree
  • William Todd
  • James Tong
  • Dylan Whitney

These students were also accepted by audition into the Oregon All State Band and Choir

  • All-State Choir: Emily Westlund
  • All-State Band: Victoria Kaiser

Thursday, November 19, 2015

OBOB Players:

Anyone planning on playing on an OBOB team this year, please come to an important meeting today at lunch. We will meet in the back room of the library. Bring your lunch and meet your team.

WISE:

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

School-to-Career:

4J Advanced Career Technical Sponsorship applications are now available. Pick up your application for one year free at Lane Community College at the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Football:

Football players, there will be an awards night dinner in the cafeteria tonight at 6:30pm.

Vandalism:

We need your help. There has been a rash of vandalism in the last few weeks at ATA. The most recent being a fire doing thousands of dollars of damage to a school structure. If you have any information, please contact Officer Johns. The 4j school district is offering a $250.00 reward for information leading to a prosecution of the person (s) responsible.

West End:

Come to Churchill’s Classical Night, 7:00pm tonight in the auditorium. Come see our Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band and Concert Band perform at their first show of the year! Admission is free.

Yearbook:

Seniors: Portraits are due December 3rd to Mrs. K in room B1. Please come with questions. Portraits can be emailed by December 3rd.

Community Service:

10th, 11th and 12th graders, this announcement is for you! We are looking for students interested in earning credit or community service during 2nd period in Trimester 2 and 3 by helping our Freshmen navigate their first year at school. Completion of this service also earns you a glowing letter of reference for scholarships and/or college from the admin of your choice. Pick up the application for the Peer Navigator program from Julie in the Counseling office. The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, November 25th.

11/23 Wrestling Parent Meeting

Wrestling Parent Meeting

Wrestling parents/guardians are invited to attend the Churchill Wrestling parent information night Monday, November 23rd at 6:00pm in the CHS library. This is a meeting to inform parents about several different topics including schedule, fundraising, staff introductions, team expectations, travel arrangements, holiday schedules and more. Students do not need to be in attendance for this meeting.

Kenny Niles
Churchill Wrestling Coach
(541) 912-0851
niles_k@4j.lane.edu

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Football:

Football players, there will be an awards night dinner in the cafeteria tomorrow night at 6:30pm. We need your help. There has been a rash of vandalism in the last few weeks at ATA. The most recent being a fire doing thousands of dollars of damage to a school structure. If you have any information, please contact Officer Johns. The 4j school district is offering a $250.00 reward for
information leading to a prosecution of the person (s) responsible.

Library:

There are important new textbook rules. All textbooks must be turned in at the end of each term or a $5.00 late fee will be charged. This includes textbooks from previous years. Bring those textbooks in by the end of the term to avoid these charges.

West End:

Come to Churchill’s Classical Night, 7:00pm tomorrow night in the auditorium. Come see our Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band and Concert Band perform at their first show of the year! Admission is free.

Yearbook:

Seniors: Portraits are due December 3rd to Mrs. K in room B1. Please come with questions. Portraits can be emailed by December 3rd.

Community Service:

10th, 11th and 12th graders, this announcement is for you! We are looking for students interested in earning credit or community service during 2nd period in Trimester 2 and 3 by helping our Freshmen navigate their first year at school. Completion of this service also earns you a glowing letter of reference for scholarships and/or college from the admin of your choice. Pick up the application for the Peer Navigator program from Julie in the Counseling office. The deadline is Friday.

Recycling:

Have you ever thrown away something that could be recycled, thinking “Not now, I’ll find a recycle bin another time”? By throwing recycling into the wrong place you are actively harming the environment. We need all CHS students and staff to make a change and make the effort to recycle. Each time we throw something in a garbage, it ends up in the landfill, damaging our planet. Look for the blue recycling bins and please help, everyone.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

APISU:

APISU club meeting today at lunch in Sensci’s room (H23).

NHS:

There is a mandatory NHS meeting at lunch today in the choir room.

School-to-Careers:

Seniors: There will be a Lane Community College placement test tomorrow morning for those interested in attending LCC next fall. Please report to the STEM building conference room at 7:45am with your L number and photo ID. If you do not have an L number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Yearbook:

Seniors: Portraits are due December 3rd to Mrs. K in room B1. Please come with questions. Portraits can be emailed by December 3rd.

Community Service:

10th, 11th and 12th graders, this announcement is for you! We are looking for students interested in earning credit or community service during 2nd period in Trimester 2 and 3 by helping our Freshmen navigate their first year at school. Completion of this service also earns you a glowing letter of reference for scholarships and/or college from the admin of your choice. Pick up the application for the Peer Navigator program from Julie in the Counseling office. The deadline is Friday.

Monday, November 16, 2015

NHS:

There is a mandatory NHS meeting at lunch tomorrow in the choir room.

Change for Change:

Change for Change is having a meeting today at lunch in Ms. Soderholm’s room.

Recycling:

Have you ever thrown away something that could be recycled, thinking “Not now, I’ll find a recycle bin another time”? By throwing recycling into the wrong place you are actively harming the environment. We need all CHS students and staff to make a change and make the effort to recycle. Each time we throw something in the garbage, ikt ends up in the landfill, damaging our planet. Look for the blue recycling bins and please help, everyone.

School-to-Careers:

Seniors: There will be a Lane Community College placement test this Wednesday morning for those interested in attending LCC next fall. Please report to the STEM building conference room at 7:45am with your L number and photo ID. If you do not have an L number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

School-to-Careers:

Applications for the 4jAdvanced Career Technical Sponsorship can be picked up after school today in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Future First Citizen:

Congratulations to Megan Groves. She is Churchill’s nominee for the Eugene Chamber of Commerce Future First Citizen Scholarship. Megan was selected based on academic excellence and service to the community. Way to go Megan!

Juniors and Seniors:

Come to a careers workshop today at lunch in the College and Career Center. If you want to explore different career options, this is for you.

GSA:

Gender and Sexuality Alliance meets today at lunch in room F49 for a social meeting. Come and join us!!

Yearbook:

Seniors: Portraits are due December 3rd to Mrs. K in room B1. Please come with questions. Portraits can be emailed by December 3rd.

Community Service:

10th, 11th and 12th graders, this announcement is for you! We are looking for students interested in earning credit or community service during 2nd period in Trimester 2 and 3 by helping our Freshmen navigate their first year at school. Completion of this service also earns you a glowing letter of reference for scholarships and/or college from the admin of your choice. Pick up the application for the Peer Navigator program from Julie in the Counseling office. The deadline is next Friday, November 20th.

Attention Lancers:

It’s getting to that cold part of the year were receiving adequate amounts of nutritional foods is difficult. For the second year in a row Oregon has the nation’s highest child hunger rate of 30% and in Lane County 53% of children qualify for free and reduced school meals. For this reason leadership wants to lend a hand. Today, through Wednesday, we would like all 2nd period teachers to help us sponsor a can food drive. Any food items are needed. Listen for more details.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Cross Country Banquet:

The Cross Country Banquet will be held at the Northern Christian University’s banquet hall at 6:00pm, tonight.

Ping Pong Club:

Come join us for Ping Pong Club. We meet on Thursday’s in the gym at lunch.

WISE:

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

Startup Weekend:

Attention students! Do you dream of owning your own business one day? Then you need to check out the Eugene-Springfield Startup Weekend happening this weekend. What is it? It is an event where students pitch ideas for startup companies and learn from area business professionals. Startup Weekend begins this Friday evening, and runs through Sunday.

How much does it cost? It’s 50% off for high school students and some free scholarships are still available.

To register see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building today! This would make a great leap!

Bookworm Club:

Today is the day for Bookworm Club. We are readers, yes it’s true. Meet to eat a bagel and jam. Meet in the library at noon.

Drama:

Come Support west ends drama class by getting in the holiday spirit! The bake sale is raffling off a turkey cake today during lunch. 1 ticket is 25 cents and 5 tickets for $1.00.

Attention Lancers:

It’s getting to that cold part of the year where receiving adaquate amounts of nutritional foods is difficult. For the second year in a row Oregon has the nations highest child hunger rate of 30% and in Lane County 53% of children qualify for free and reduced school meals. For this reason leadership wants to lend a hand. Beginning Monday the 16th through Wednesday, the 23rd we would like all 2nd period teachers to help us sponsor a can food drive. Any food items are needed. Listen for more details.

Swimming:

For anyone participating in Churchill’s Swim Team, practice time has changed to 4:30pm. After school the activity van will take the team to Echo Hollow for practice and will be bring them back. The van leaves from the jock lot.

Drama Class Bake Sale:

The fifth period drama class is holding a cutest pet contest with prizes. Please bring 50 cents and your pet’s picture with your name and pet’s name on the back to the College and Career Center by November 12th.

McCornack Fundraiser

Dear Families,
The McCornack 5th graders are busy raising money for their Spring Field Trip.  Please click on the link below to order from Innisbrook online to benefit the McCornack 5th graders!  Items include wrapping paper, food items, and gifts.
Please submit orders by November 16, 2015.
The items will be shipped directly to your home.
Thank you,
Londa Rochholz, Principal
Estimadas familias,
Los estudiantes de 5to grado en McCornack están ocupados recaudando dinero para su viaje al Campo. Por favor, haga clic en la pagina de abajo para ordenar de la tienda Innisbrook en la internet y asi poder beneficiar a los estudiantes de 5to grado de McCornack! Los productos incluyen papel de regalo, artículos de comida y regalos.
La fecha límite es 16 de noviembre 2015
Los artículos serán enviados directamente a su casa.
Gracias,
Londa Rochholz,
Directora.
McCornack Elementary School
1968 Brittany Street
Eugene, OR 97405
541-790-5800

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Leadership:

“Valor is stability, not of legs and arms, but of courage and the soul”. -Michael De Montaigne

Bookworm Club:

On Thursday the Bookworm Club will meet in the library at noon. We will be discussing the arrangements for our quiz game which will be happening very soon. We shall battle on books, eat bagels and hope you join us too!

GSA:

Today, Gender and Sexuality meets at lunch in room F49 for a business meeting. Everyone is welcome!

APISU:

APISU meeting today in room H23.

Lancer Pageant:

Today is the day! All Freshmen interested in being a part of the Lancer Pageant must come to the mandatory meeting at lunch in room B17 today. See you there.

Attention Lancers:

It’s getting to that cold part of the year where receiving adaquate amounts of nutritional foods is difficult. For the second year in a row Oregon has the nations highest child hunger rate of 30% and in Lane County 53% of children qualify for free and reduced school meals. For this reason leadership wants to lend a hand. Beginning Thursday we would like all 2nd period teachers to help us sponsor a can food drive. Any food items are needed. Listen for more details.

NHS:

There is no NHS meeting today, but be sure to talk to your committee leader if you want to sign up for volunteer opportunities.

Swimming:

For anyone participating in Churchill’s Swim Team, practice times have changed to 4:30 to 6:30pm. After school the activity van will take the team to Echo Hollow for practice and will be bring them back. The van leaves from the jock lot.

Drama:

The Drama Department is holding a bake sale this week outside the Auditorium during lunch. The fifth period drama class is holding a cutest pet contest with prizes. Please bring 50 cents and your pet’s picture with your name and pet’s name on the back to the College and Career Center by November 12th.

Congratulations, Soccer Players!

Churchill senior Shaelynn Cowels has been named the Most Valuable Player on the girls Midwestern League All-Star Team. Joining her on the First Team selection is senior Emily Barnett, Second Team includes juniors Katy Novak and Abbie Taylor, and junior Shelbi Phillips is Honorable Mention.

Not to be outdone, the Churchill boys team’s Giovanni Brigola is the Co-Most Valuable Player for the Midwestern League. Marcos Canales is a First Team All-Star, Asahel Romano are on Second Team, and Demario Mootz is Honorable Mention. Way to go!!!

Monday, November 9, 2015

Attention Wrestlers:

There is a meeting for anyone interested in the upcoming season today after school in the wrestling room.  Please attend.

NHS:

There is no NHS meeting tomorrow, but be sure to talk to your committee leader if you want to sign up for volunteer opportunities.

Change for Change:

Change for Change is having a meeting today at lunch in Ms. Soderholm’s room.

GSA:

Gender and Sexuality Alliance meets today for a social meeting. Come join us at lunch in room F-49.

Leadership:

“Our veterans accepted the responsibility to defend America and uphold our values when duty called”. Bill Shuster.

College and Career Center:

College visits this week: Today – Grand Canyon University at lunch in the College and Career Center.  Snacks will be provided.

Tomorrow: Northwest Christian College University at 10:00am in the College and Career Center.

Drama:

The Drama Department is holding a bake sale this week outside the Auditorium during lunch.

West End:

Little Shop auditions start today after school.  Please prepare a song of your choice and meet in the auditorium after school.

The fifth period drama class is holding a cutest pet contest with prizes.  Please bring 50 cents and your pet’s picture with your name and pet’s name on the back to the College and Career Center by November 12th.

Lancer Pageant:

Attention all Freshmen.  The Lancer Program is looking for our new Freshmen Coordinators!  If you are interested in being a part of the Lancer Pageant, come to a mandatroy meeting tomorrow at lunch in room B-17.  Don’t miss it.