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Visión 20/20 de 4J

Comparta sus opiniones sobre las escuelas

¿Qué desea para el futuro de las escuelas de Eugene 4J?

El Distrito Escolar de Eugene 4J está preparándose para el futuro con la Visión 20/20 de 4J, un proceso estratégico de visión y planificación para crear un plan de trabajo para los próximos 3 a 5 años.
El plan va a reflejar lo que nuestra comunidad quiere para nuestro sistema escolar y hacia dónde se debe enfocar los pocos recursos del distrito para ayudar de mejor manera a nuestros alumnos.
Las voces de los padres y los estudiantes son importantes para este proceso de planificación. Por favor comparta sus opiniones sobre que está funcionando bien en las escuelas, qué se puede mejorar, y dónde debemos enfocar los recursos del distrito en los próximos años.

Completar la encuesta

La encuesta para la Vision 20/20 está abierta hasta el viernes, 1ro de abril. Esta encuesta le va a tomar aproximadamente 10 a 20 minutos en llenar, dependiendo de cuántos comentarios desee poner. Sus respuestas son anónimas.

Asistir a la reunión

Asista a una reunión comunitaria en español este jueves, 31 de marzo a las 7 p.m., en la Escuela Primaria Chávez, 1510 W. 14th Ave. (Una reunión se conducirá en inglés el miércoles, 30 de marzo.)

Sus comentarios y sugerencias son una inversión en el futuro de nuestros niños. ¡Gracias!

https://mail.4j.lane.edu/zimbra/public/launchNewWindow.jsp?skin=twilight&localeId=en_US&full=1&childId=1

4J Vision 20/20

Share Your Views on Schools

What do you want for the future of 4J schools?

Eugene School District 4J is looking to the future with 4J Vision 20/20—a strategic visioning and planning process to develop a 3- to 5-year guiding plan for the district.
The 4J Vision 20/20 plan will reflect what our community wants our school system to look like and where the district’s limited resources should be targeted to best support student success.
Parents’ and students’ voices are an important part of this planning process. Please share your views on what is working well, what could be improved, and priorities for the future of 4J schools.

Complete a survey

The 4J Vision 20/20 survey is open through Friday, April 1. It may take about 10–20 minutes to complete, depending on how many comments you choose to share. Responses are anonymous.

Come to a meeting

Join us for a community input meeting this Wednesday, March 30, 7 p.m., at Chávez Elementary School, 1510 W. 14th Ave. (Meeting held in Spanish on Thursday, March 31.)

Your input is an investment in 4J students’ and schools’ future.
Thank you!

http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=9d7f2a5fa857a1e5dc153421d&id=e39fccabd9&e=f67e1718c5

Thursday, March 31, 2016

GSA

There will be a short meeting at lunch today in room F­49 to rehearse for the Spring assembly tomorrow (Friday). All GSA members interested in participating are encouraged to be there.

Marine Biology Field Trip

Attention former Marine Bio students. If you want to go on the Aquarium trip you must see Mrs. Crews today during lunch or after school.

Students

Take advantage of your free period this term and start earning your community service hours! Applications for volunteering at Kennedy or another Churchill region school are now available outside the STEM office or on the community service wall in the the Career Center. Please turn in your applications to Mary Beth in the School-­to­-Career office in the STEM building by Friday.

There is one part­-time paid position open in the Churchill cafeteria for Trimester 3. Students must meet the following qualifications: have a minimum 2.0 G.P.A., a minimum of unexcused absences; be on track for graduation; have at least one morning free period; and be at least 16 years old.  Interested students can drop off their resumes with Mary Beth in the School­to­Career office in the STEM building by Friday.

IHS Art Gala

The IHS Art Gala is this Friday April, 1st. This is a formal event in which artists from IHS can showcase their visual and performance art. There will be music, film, beat boxing and a lip sync battle…this event is open to the community. Doors open at 6 and the event ends at 8:30. Tickets will be on sale in the IHS office and at the door the evening of the event. Adults are $7, students are $5, and children and seniors are free.

AP students

The absolute last date and time to pay at least the $20 deposit for the AP test­­ and ensure that your test is ordered­­ is this MONDAY, APRIL 4, at 1:15 p.m. Please pay sooner if possible. To be clear, if payment is not received by this date, a test will not be ordered, and you will not be able to take the AP test. ­ All payments can be made to Katy in the counseling office.

Lancer Pageant

Don’t forget to get donuts form Dizzy Deans all day today. Come support the Lancer Pageant. You must bring a flyer from around the school.

Library

All textbooks must be returned or renewed this week to avoid late charges.

Bus Passes

April Bus Passes are now available. See Ken in the finance office, before school, at lunch, and after school.

Leadership Seniors

Students! In order to participate in Leadership’s Dance­A­Thon, please come to an informational meeting in Mrs. Wilgus’s room, B­17, today at lunch.

Gravitational Waves Presentation

Did you hear the recent news about the discovery of gravitational waves? Wondering what a gravitational wave is? Come during first period on Wednesday, April 6th to hear a presentation from the University of Oregon physicists who have been working on this research! Everyone is welcome but you must have a field trip form filled out in order to miss your first period class and attend. See Mr. Munger for the form and return it by Friday, April 1st.

Sports Happening Today

  • 4:00pm, Boys  Tennis  at Sheldon  Release at 2:30pm
  • 4:00pm, Girls  Tennis with  Sheldon Release 3:00pm

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Marine Biology Field Trip

Attention former Marine Bio students. If you want to go on the Aquarium trip you must see Mrs. Crews this Thursday during lunch or after school.

Students

Take advantage of your free period this term and start earning your community service hours! Applications for volunteering at Kennedy or another Churchill region school are now available outside the STEM office or on the community service wall in the the Career Center. Please turn in your applications to Mary Beth in the School­-to­-Career office in the STEM building by Friday.

There is one part-­time paid position open in the Churchill cafeteria for Trimester 3. Students must meet the following qualifications: have a minimum 2.0 G.P.A., a minimum of unexcused absences; be on track for graduation; have at least one morning free period; and be at least 16 years old.  Interested students can drop off their resumes with Mary Beth in the School­-to­-Career office in the STEM building by Friday.

IHS Art Gala

The IHS Art Gala is this Friday April, 1st. This is a formal event in which artists from IHS can showcase their visual and performance art. There will be music, film, beat boxing and a lip sync battle… this event is open to the community. Doors open at 6 and the event ends at 8:30. Tickets will be on sale in the IHS office and at the door the evening of the event. Adults are $7, students are $5, and children and seniors are free.

AP students

The absolute last date and time to pay at least the $20 deposit for the AP test­­ and ensure that your test is ordered­­ is this MONDAY, APRIL 4, at 1:15 p.m. Please pay sooner if possible. To be clear, if payment is not received by this date, a test will not be ordered, and you will not be able to take the AP test. ­ All payments can be made to Katy in the counseling office.

Lancer Pageant

Don’t forget to get donuts form Dizzy Deans all day tomorrow. Come support the Lancer Pageant. You must bring a flyer.

Library

All textbooks must be returned or renewed this week to avoid late charges.

Bus Passes

April Bus Passes are now available. See Ken in the finance office, before school, at lunch, and after school.

Leadership Seniors

Students! In order to participate in Leadership’s Dance-A­-Thon, please come to an informational meeting in Mrs. Wilgus’s room, B­17, tomorrow at lunch.

Gravitational Waves Presentation

Did you hear the recent news about the discovery of gravitational waves? Wondering what a gravitational wave is? Come during first period on Wednesday, April 6th to hear a presentation from the University of Oregon physicists who have been working on this research! Everyone is welcome but you must have a field trip form filled out in order to miss your first period class and attend. See Mr. Munger for the form and return it by Friday, March 31st.

Sports Happening Today

  • 1:30pm, Boys Golf at Middlefield Released at 11:15pm
  • 3:30pm, Track at North Eugene Release at12:40pm
  • 4:00pm, Girls Lacrosse with Roseburg Release 2:45pm

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Student Schedules

Today is the last day for schedule changes. Students that play sports, remember that if your are in IHS you need 5 classes on your schedule, all other students need 4 classes to be in a sport or if you are going to do
sports next fall.

NHS

Mandatory NHS meeting at lunch in the choir room.

Students

Take advantage of your free period this term and start earning your community service hours! Applications for volunteering at Kennedy or another Churchill region school are now available outside the STEM office or on the community service wall in the the Career Center. Please turn in your applications to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building by Friday.

There is one part-time paid position open in the Churchill cafeteria for Trimester 3. Students must meet the following qualifications: have a minimum 2.0 G.P.A., a minimum of unexcused absences; be on track for
graduation; have at least one morning free period; and be at least 16 years old. Interested students can drop off their resumes with Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building by Friday.

Lancer Pageant

Don’t forget to get donuts form Dizzy Deans all day this Thursday. Come support the Lancer Pageant. You must bring a flyer.

Library

All textbooks must be returned or renewed this week to avoid late charges.

Bus Passes

April Bus Passes are now available. See Ken in the finance office, before school, at lunch, and after school.

Leadership Seniors

Students! In order to participate in Leadership’s Dance-A-Thon, please come to an informational meeting in Mrs. Wilgus’s room, B17, Thursday at lunch.

Gravitational Waves Presentation

Did you hear the recent news about the discovery of gravitational waves? Wondering what a gravitational wave is? Come during first period on Wednesday, April 6th to hear a presentation from the University of Oregon physicists who have been working on this research! Everyone is welcome but you must have a field trip form filled out in order to miss your first period class and attend. See Mr. Munger for the form and return it by Friday, March 31st.

Sports Happening Today

  • 3:30pm, Boys Golf at River Ridge Release at 2:15pm
  • 4:00pm, Girls Tennis at Thurston Release at 2:30pm
  • 4:00pm, Boys Tennis with Thurston Release at 3:00pm
  • 5:00pm, JV Baseball at Marist Release at 3:00pm
  • 5:00pm, Softball at Ashland Released at 11:00am

Fun at the WISE Symposium, 2016

Asistencia Para Aplicaciones de DACA & DAPA para Familias Latinas

Invitamos a toda la comunidad Latina a atender este taller para recibir apoyo con sus casos de DACA (Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia) y DAPA (Acción Diferida para Padres de Americanos). ¡Tendremos abogados y voluntarios que donaran su tiempo para contestar preguntas simples sobre su caso, ayudar a organizar documentos que comprueban su residencia en el país, y mucho más! Compartan este evento con sus amigos y familiares, y para más preguntas, marque al Centro Latino Americano al 541-687-2667. ¡Los vemos!
Centro Latino Americano will be holding an Application Assistance Workshop at the Centro de Fe church (540 Adams St, Eugene, OR 97402) on Saturday, April 2nd, from 5-8 pm. Our goal for this workshop is to assist families who think they qualify for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and/or DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans). We will have a team of volunteers, caseworkers, and a couple of immigration attorneys to help answer basic questions about their cases and help organize the paperwork and documents clients bring so they are ready to file in the future. We would appreciate it if you could share this information with students and families who you think would be interested. See the flyer, below, or visit Centro Latino Americano’s Facebook page to share the event we created.
Microsoft Word - flyer for final workshops-2.docx

Monday, March 28, 2016

Student Schedules

You have only THREE DAYS to make changes to your Term 3 schedules. If you need to make a change, follow these steps:

1. Check the posted schedule to see which classes are open and that fit into your schedule.
2. Write the requested class on your existing schedule, including the period needed.
3. Put your schedule in the boxes for changes.

Continue with your original schedule until you see on StudentVue that the class has been officially changed.

Athletes

Students that play sports, remember that if you are in IHS you need 5 classes on your schedule, all other students need 4 classes to be in a sport or if you are going to do sports next fall.

Bus Passes

April Bus Passes are now available. See Ken in the finance office, before school, at lunch, and after school.

Gravitational Waves Presentation

Did you hear the recent news about the discovery of gravitational waves? Wondering what a gravitational wave is? Come during first period on Wednesday, April 6th to hear a presentation from the University of Oregon physicists who have been working on this research! Everyone is welcome but you must have a field trip form filled out in order to miss your first period class and attend. See Mr. Munger for the form and return it by Friday, March 31st.

AAYLC Students

Students going to the African American Conference tomorrow, please meet at the front of the school at 6:45 a.m. Don’t be late!!

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

AAYLC

All students that are attending the African American Youth Leadership Conference must turn in their field trip forms TODAY to Kevin. See Kevin for details.

Sophomores!

Students interested in leadership should sign up to attend this summer’s Rotary Youth Leadership camp. It is a lot of fun and you will meet awesome students who are also great leaders. There is NO COST to attend this 6­day, 5­night camp in Dorena. Past Churchill students have loved this camp! Applications are due April 4. Pick up information and an application at the Career Center or from your counselor.

OPU College Fair

Come to the Oregon Public Universities and College Fair on March 16th at 6:30pm. There will be a brief introduction in the Auditorium. The fair will be in the Cafeteria. You will have the opportunity to talk to representatives from The University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Oregon State University ­ Cascades, Oregon Institute of Technology, Portland State University, Western Oregon University, Southern Oregon University, Eastern Oregon University and Lane Community College. Juniors, this is a great way to start planning for next year and make valuable contacts. Refreshments will be served.

Community Climate Change

Come to STEM 100 today at lunch to celebrate the last day before spring break.

Library

Please remember each and every textbook must be returned or renewed the first week of Spring term, or a $5.00 late fee will be charged for each one not returned or renewed by then.

Attention Seniors

We are looking for a design for the Senior Grad Nite Party t­shirt. Please submit t­shirt design to the front office by today.

Sports Happening Today

  • Varsity Boys Golf at Tokatee Release at 9:45am
  • 4:00pm, Boys Tennis with Willamette Release at 3:00pm
  • 4:00pm, Girls Tennis at Willamette Release at 2:30pm

Prom Dress Giveaway

prom dress flyer