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Archives for January2016

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Lancer Pageant:

Just a reminder that applications for the Lancer Pageant are due today by the end of lunch to Ms. Wilgus.

College and Career Center:

There’s still time to get help filling out your Financial Aid Application. Today, anytime between 3:30 and 8:00pm in room F36.

Cafeteria:

It’s FREE breakfast time this week. Come to the Cafeteria for a free breakfast. The doors open at 8:00am, so come and enjoy a great breakfast with your friends.

College and Career Center:

“How many scholarships posted in the College and Career Center, require a GPA?” Place your guess in the jar in the College and Career Center.

Community Climate Change:

Come to STEM 100 on Wednesday’s at lunch to learn how you can improve the environment.

Leadership:

Churchill students! You are invited to Leadership’s first ever Winter Ball on February 13th from 8:00 to 10:30pm in the gym. The cost is $5.00 with ASB and $7.00 without. See posters and listen for details.

Choir Concert:

Interested in coming to see singing at its finest? Come to the A Cappella concert, right here at Churchill in the auditorium Thursday night at 6:00pm to the best music that Eugene and Springfield has to offer. Downing Street Singers, Dorians from South Eugene, Kaleidoscope from Sheldon, some cool guys from OCC, and the award winning college A Cappella groups Mind the Gap and On The Rocks! The concert is FREE! Come and cheer on your friends, support your school and enjoy the show. See you there.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

PBiS Team:

The PBiS team will be looking for students demonstrating perseverance this week…What does perseverance mean? Here are some great quotes to give you examples,

“It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” Albert Einstein.

“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

Make it your goal this week Lancers to give it your all, even if you don’t succeed and to get back up and continue to try until you are successfull! You can do it.

Band/Music:

Congratulations go to Victoria Kaiser and Emly Westlund for wonderful performances with the Oregon All State Band and Choir last weekend.

GSA:

Gender and Sexuality meets today at lunch in room F49. All are Welcome.

Leadership:

Churchill students! You are invited to Leadership’s first ever Winter Ball on February 13th from 8:00 to 10:30pm in the gym. The cost is $5.00 with ASB and $7.00 without. See posters and listen for details.

Attention Students:

Please pour left over soups, slurpies, and other food items in the lined garbage cans not the drinking fountains. If the bathrooms are vandalized, they will be closed. If you want working bathrooms, treat them with
respect.

Library:

Have you got a library or textbook out that is overdue? Remember that library book checkout is three weeks and the fine is 25 cents per day after the due date. Late textbooks are charged $5.00. Thank you for bringing back your books, so that others may use them.

NHS:

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

Math Club:

The contest date is almost upon us, good people, so we can’t afford to miss a week of Math Club. Today, we will be meeting after school. Please attend if at all possible, and keep working on your online tutorial in the meantime.

Choir Concert:

Interested in coming to see singing at its finest? Come to the A Cappella concert, right here at Churchill in the auditorium on Thursday, January 21st at 6:00pm to the best music that Eugene and Springfield has to offer. Downing Street Singers, Dorians from South Eugene, Kaleidoscope from Sheldon, some cool guys from OCC, and the award winning college A Cappella groups Mind the Gap and On The Rocks! The concert is FREE! Come and cheer on your friends, support your school and enjoy the show. See you there.

Sports Happening Today:

  • 4:00pm, Freshmen Boys Basketball with North Eugene Release at 3:00pm
  • 5:30pm, JV Boys Basketball with North Eugene
  • 5:30pm, JV Girls Basketball at North Eugene
  • 7:00pm, Varisty Girls Basketball at North Eugene
  • 7:00pm, Varsity Boys Basketball with North Eugene

Churchill Teacher Receives MLK Community Leader Award

Leah Dunbar (Churchill Courageous Conversations and Language Arts teacher) was nominated by the City Eugene Human Rights Commission for an annual award to acknowledge her the time and talents she gives to our community and her contributions in the area of human rights and race relations in our community. During the City of Eugene MLK and Human Rights Celebration this weekend, Leah was awarded the “Martin Luther King Jr. Community Leader Award” for 2016.  This is what they wrote about her: Leah is a Eugene area teacher who has dedicated her career to serving children and advocating for educational equity. She developed and teaches a curriculum called Courageous Conversations to high school students to share stories that expose and challenge inequality, nurture the development of critical consciousness and create space for transformative narratives.  We are so lucky to have Leah as part of our family, knowing that she if a member of a much broader family making a powerful difference in the world.

G-TEC Weekend Workshop

 

Come to Ophelia’s Place for a FREE technology workshop, this Saturday 1/16/16, from 12:00-2:00pm and make your own Bookmark Book Light using conductive thread, batteries, LEDs and fabric. Our special guest, Jane Krauss, will show you how! Facilitated by Jane Krauss with support from Ophelia’s Place interns and staff.

For girls ages 10-18.

Space is limited – advanced registration is required. To register, call (541) 284-4333 or email celeste@opheliasplace.net.

Saturday G-TEC Workshops

CORRECTION: Junior Class Mandatory Meeting

The Mandatory Junior Class meeting that was published in the G’Lancer on January 11, has been rescheduled from January 27 to February 3. Here are the details:

*Mandatory Junior Class Meeting: February 3, 8:45 a.m. *RESCHEDULED*

February 3, 8:45-9:30 (before first period on late-start Wednesday)

CHS Auditorium

CHS Counselors and Career/College Advisers will be presenting critical information pertaining to the steps Juniors need to be taking to meet their graduation requirements. Students will also be receiving back their PSAT test booklets along with information about how to interpret their official PSAT scores in preparation for upcoming SAT’s.

Parents – please make sure to ask your daughter or son about the meeting and to see their scores.

Again, all Juniors are required to attend this meeting.

Friday, January 15, 2016

Attention Students:

Please pour left over soups, slurpies, and other food items in the lined garbage cans not the drinking fountains. If the bathrooms are vandalized, they will be closed. If you want working bathrooms, treat them with respect.

Library:

Have you got a library or textbook out that is overdue? Remember that library book checkout is three weeks and the fine is 25 cents per day after the due date. Late textbooks are charged $5.00. Thank you for bringing back your books, so that others may use them.

MLK:

The 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. March is coming Monday. If you are interested in participating, gather at 9:00am at PK Park by Autzen Stadium. The march begins at 10:00am, and it will finish at the Shedd with a short presentation. Wear your CHS colors. See Kevin for bus tickets.

NHS:

There will be a mandatory NHS meeting Tuesday at lunch in the choir room.

College and Career Center:

Today is the deadline to apply to the U of O. If you have not applied and still need a transcript, see Sheree or Shannon as soon as possible.

Math Club:

The contest date is almost upon us, good people, so we can’t afford to miss a week of Math Club. As there is no school on Monday, we will be meeting after school Tuesday next week. Please attend if at all possible, and keep working on your online tutorial in the meantime. See you on Tuesday!

Choir Concert:

Interested in coming to see singing at its finest? Come to the A Cappella concert, right here at Churchill in the auditorium on Thursday, January 21st at 6:00pm to the best music that Eugene and Springfield has to offer. Downing Street Singers, Dorians from South Eugene, Kaleidoscope from Sheldon, some cool guys from OCC, and the award winning college A Cappella groups Mind the Gap and On The Rocks! The concert is FREE! Come and cheer on your friends, support your school and enjoy the show. See you there.

Lancer Pageant:

Calling all Senior Lancers If you would like to know about the Lancer Pageant and how to be a part of it, you must attend today’s lunch meeting in room B17
Bring your lunch, we will start promptly at 12:30pm.

Cafeteria:

Next week come and find out what our Cafeteria serves for breakfast and the best part it’s FREE. Tuesday thru Friday, don’t miss out!!

Seniors:

Unless you are completing your LEAP thru one of the CHS Academies, your LEAP and Community Service are due at the end of this 2nd trimester. REPEAT: LEAP’S and Community Service are due at the end of this trimester.

College and Career Center:

Question of the Week: How many scholarships are in January thru March that require a GPA in applying? Winner will get a prize!

Sports Happening Today:

  • Wrestling at Oregon Classic Released all day
  • 3:30pm, Swimming at Willamette Release at 2:00pm
  • 5:15pm, JV Girls Basketball at Crater Release at 11:30am
  • 5:30pm, Freshman Boys Basketball with Crater at Kennedy Middle School
  • 5:30pm, JV Boys Basketball with Crater
  • 7:00pm, Varsity Girls Basketball at Crater Release at 11:30am
  • 7:00pm, Varsity Boys Basketball with Crater

Thursday, January 14, 2016

OBOB:

The Battle of the Books has begun. We invite anyone who’d like to see the battles in action to come to the library work room today at lunch. We will be in our tournament all Tuesday’s and Thursday’s in January competing for the right to represent Churchill at OBOB regionals. Come and cheer for red or blue!

MLK:

The 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. March is coming Monday. If you are interested in participating, gather at 9:00am at PK Park by Autzen Stadium. The march begins at 10:00am, and it will finish at the Shedd with a short presentation. Come march and celebrate.

Lancer Pageant:

Calling all Senior Lancers If you would like to know about the Lancer Pageant and how to be a part of it, you must attend either today or tomorrow’s lunch meeting in room B17 Bring your lunch, we will start promptly at 12:30pm.

Cafeteria:

Next week come and find out what our Cafeteria serves for breakfast and the best part it’s FREE. Tuesday thru Friday, don’t miss out!!

College and Career Center:

The next FAFSA Completion workshop is today, 3:30pm-8:00pm in F36. If you and your family need help filling out your federal financial aid form, this workshop is for you. We will also have workshops on Jan 20th, 3:30pm-8:00pm, Feb 3rd, 8:00am-11:00am and Feb 4th, 3:30pm-8:00pm

Lancer Pageant:

Attention Seniors: If you are interested in being a contestant for this year’s Lancer Pageant, there is a mandatory meeting in room B17 tomorrow and Friday. Don’t
miss out!

Seniors:

Unless you are completing your LEAP thru one of the CHS Academies, your LEAP and Community Service are due at the end of this 2nd trimester. REPEAT: LEAP’S and Community Service are due at the end of this trimester.

Sports Happening Today:

  • 2:20pm, Wrestlers released to head to a tournament.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Cafeteria:

Next week come and find out what our Cafeteria serves for breakfast and the best part it’s FREE. Tuesday thru Friday, don’t miss out!!

College and Career Center:

The next FAFSA Completion workshop is tomorrow, 3:30pm-8:00pm in F36. If you and your family need help filling out your federal financial aid form, this workshop is for you. We will also have workshops on Jan 20th, 3:30pm-8:00pm, Feb 3rd, 8:00am-11:00am and Feb 4th, 3:30pm-8:00pm Friday, is the University of Oregon admissions application deadline. If you have not requested a transcript yet, please do so by today at the latest.

The application deadline for the Josephine’s closet scholarship has been extended until Friday. If you plan to apply please turn you application into the College and Career Center. There are a number of scholarships due this week. Check the Churchill website or the College and Career Center for the list.

Question of the Week: How many scholarships are in January thru March that require a GPA in applying? Winner receives a prize.

Family of United Souls for Peace and Love:

Join Family of United Souls for Peace and Love today for a presentation on environmental justice from a special vistor. If you love the earth and want to embark on a journey of healing our world then join the Family of United Souls for Peace and Love in room J9. Bring food to share.

Lancer Pageant:

Attention Seniors: If you are interested in being a contestant for this year’s Lancer Pageant, there is a mandatory meeting in room B17 tomorrow and Friday. Don’t miss out!

Community Climate Change:

Come to STEM 100 today at lunch for the Community Climate Change Club to learn about climate change and what you can do to help the environment.

Seniors:

Unless you are completing your LEAP thru one of the CHS Academies, your LEAP and Community Service are due at the end of this 2nd trimester. REPEAT: LEAP’S and Community Service are due at the end of this trimester.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

College and Career Center:

The next FAFSA Completion workshop is Thursday, Jan 14th, 3:30pm-8:00pm in F36. If you and your family need help filling out your federal financial aid form, this workshop is for you. We will also have
workshops on Jan 20th, 3:30pm-8:00pm, Feb 3rd, 8:00am-11:00am and Feb 4th, 3:30-pm8:00pm

This Friday, January 15th is the University of Oregon admissions application deadline. If you have not requested a transcript yet, please do so by Wednesday the 13th at the latest.

The application deadline for the Josephine’s closet scholarship has been extended until this Friday. If you plan to apply please turn you application into the College and Career Center. There are a number of scholarships due this week. Check the Churchill website or the College and Career Center for the list.

Scholarship applications due this week:

  • Gates Millenium Scholarship January 13th
  • Kaiser Permanente Health Care Career Scholarship January 13th
  • NALS of Oregon Scholarship Fund January 13th
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society Scholarship Program January 15th
  • SAE International Scholarships Program January 15th
  • UO Apex Scholarship January 15th
  • UO Diversity Excellence Scholarship January 15th
  • Josephine’s closet January 15th by 4:00pm
  • Washington Crossing Foundation January 15th

The deadline to apply to the University of Oregon is January 15th. If you need help filling out your application, call or email the UO office of admissions or come to the College and Career Center.

Question of the Week: How many scholarships are in January thru March that require a GPA in applying? Winner recieves a prize.

GSA:

Gender and Sexuality Alliance meets today in room F49. GSA is a safe place where LGBT and students can socialize with like minded individuals.

APISU:

There’s an APISU club meet today in the Japanese room at lunch.

Family of United Souls for Peace and Love:

Join Family of United Souls for Peace and Love tomorrow for a presentation on environmental justice from a special vistor. If you love the earth and wnant to embark on a journey of healing our world then join the
Family of United Souls for Peace and Love in room J9. Bring food to share.

Lancer Pageant:

Attention Seniors: If you are interested in being a contestant for this year’s Lancer Pageant, there is a mandatory meeting in room B17 on Thursday and Friday. Don’t miss out.

Community Climate Change:

Come to STEM 100 on Wednesday’s at lunch for the Community Climate Change Club to learn about climate change and what you can do to help the environment.

Seniors:

Unless you are completing your LEAP thru one of the CHS Academies, your LEAP and Community Service are due at the end of this 2nd trimester. REPEAT: LEAP’S and Community Service are due at the end of this trimester.

Sports Happening Today:

  • 5:30pm, Freshman and JV Boys Basketball at Marist
  • 5:30pm, JV Girls Basketball with Marist
  • 7:00pm, Varsity Girls Basketball with Marist
  • 7:00pm, Varsity Boys Basketball at Marist

1/11 G’Lancer

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.

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