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Teens and Tech Workshop 10/26

A workshop for parents to learn the basics about social media and cyber safety will be held October 26, 6:30-8:00 pm at Bertha Holt Elementary.  Spanish translation will be available.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Career & College Day

Students: there is no late start this Wednesday!  It is College and Career Readiness Day. Do not go to your first period class.  Check the rosters posted in 3 locations: the front office, cafeteria, & library to find out where you report to on Wednesday.

Upcoming College Visits

  • Pacific University today, October 17th at 2:30 in F39
  • Corban University, tomorrow, October 18th in F39
  • University of Rochester, 10:00 in the College and Career Center and Northern Arizona University, 11:00 in the College and Career Center, Wednesday, October 19th
  • Willamette University, Friday, October 21st, 11:00 in F39

Are you thinking about life after high school? A group from the University of Oregon are designing a program for Latino families to use in the college application process and would like to hear ideas and opinions. Sign up to attend a 90 minute focus group conversation by tomorrow, October 18th as a part of this research study. Food will be served and you will receive compensation for being a part of the group. Stop by the College and Career Center for more information.

Students

We need your help promoting Lancer PRIDE.  Stop by the planters during lunch this week and vote for the teachers you feel best represent each of the PRIDE words: Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline and Excellence. The teachers who receive the most votes for each of the categories will be honored at Friday’s Homecoming assembly. Cast your vote and show your school spirit!  Excellence for every Lancer, every day.”

Homecoming is Coming!

Autumn Nights homecoming is this Saturday, October 22 from 8-11 p.m. Tickets are on sale today through Friday at lunch and after school at the planters. Tickets are $10 with ASB and $15 without ASB or at the door.

Spirit Week

  • Tuesday, Oct. 18 – Team Day – Wear your favorite team color, shirts, etc.,
  • Wednesday, Oct. 19 – School wide testing but you can come in “Woke up this way p.j.’s”: make sure school appropriate,
  • Thursday, Oct. 20 – Throwback : Fresh/Soph dress from the 70’s, Jr./Sr. dress from the 80’s – This is a class competition so let’s see which classes have the most participation!,
  • Friday, Oct. 21 –  Fight Cancer – Pink Out – deck yourself from head to toe in pink. Show your support.  This is the same as the game theme so let’s really support the cause!

Seniors

It’s time to order your cap & gown, graduation announcements, and class ring.  Orders will be collected today and tomorrow during lunch in the student lounge. Don’t forget to bring your order forms and deposit money.

Sports Today

No events.

10/19: College and Career Readiness Day

To administer the PSAT test in the time allotted by the testing regulations, THERE WILL BE NO LATE START on Wednesday, October 19.

  • 7:45-8:30       Breakfast
  • 8:40-12:30
    • 9th Grade: Activities in the Auditorium
    • 10th Grade: Work Keys (check the roster in the office, library or cafeteria)
    • 11th Grade: PSAT (check the roster in the office, library or cafeteria)
    • 12th Grade: Essential Skills / Work Sample / Work Keys (check the roster in the office, library or cafeteria)
  • 12:30-1:15     Lunch
  • 1:00-3:30       Instructional Access (time for students to meet with teachers)

Buses will run at their normal times.

 

Academic Requirements for Athletics at Churchill High School

Determining eligibility prior to season:

  1. All incoming freshman are academically eligible for the Fall Season.
  2. 10-12th grade students must demonstrate that they are on track to graduate.
    1. Fall of 10th grade year:  must have earned 4.5 credits.
    2. Fall of 11th grade year:  must have earned 10.0 credits.
    3. Fall of 12th grade year:  must have earned 17.0 credits
  3. All students must have passed 2.0 credits in the previous trimester. (Exception is fall season for freshmen.)
  4. All student athletes must be enrolled 2.0 credit courses during the season.

Academic Eligibility during Season:

  1. An academic check will take place at mid-terms.
  2. Any student-athlete that is not passing 2.0 credits will be placed on academic probation.
  3. Students on academic probation have one week to demonstrate that they are passing 2.0 credits.
  4. Students on academic probation can still practice and participate in competition.
  5. If after one week on academic probation, the student is not passing 2.0 credits, they are not allowed to participate in competitions.
  6. The student can, with permission from the coach in charge, still participate in practices and continue to work towards eligibility.
  7. Once the student has demonstrated they are passing 2.0 classes, eligibility to participate in contests is regained.

Summer School and Summer Credits:

  1. Any credits earned during summer school or online credits during the summer are added to the total credits earned from the previous trimester of attendance.
  2. These credits count towards the previous trimester credit requirements and total credits earned towards graduation.

4J Quarterly Parent leaders Meeting

https://www.smore.com/bhba3

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Churchill Softball

Churchill softball is having an informational meeting today during lunch.

Attention IHS Students

Would you love to see your artwork on the 2016-17 IHS apparel? If so, submit a logo, designed by you, that you feel illustrates the spirit of IHS. Please pick up a submission form in the IHS office today and let the creativity begin! The deadline is Thursday, October 20th.

Seniors

It’s time to order your cap & gown, graduation announcements, and class ring.  Orders will be collected at school during lunch on Monday and Tuesday, Oct 18th & 19th, in the student lounge. Don’t forget to bring your order forms and deposit money.

This week is your only time to vote for your class graduation song.  Come to the planters before school, between 2nd & 3rd, and during lunch to have a voice in this year’s song! We will also be selling Churchill shirts for $5.

Students

We need your help promoting Lancer PRIDE.  Stop by the planters during lunch next week and vote for the teachers you feel best represent each of the PRIDE words: Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline and Excellence.  The teachers who receive the most votes for each of the categories will be honored at next Friday’s Homecoming assembly. Cast your vote and show your school spirit!  Excellence for every Lancer, every day.”

Gender & Sexuality Alliance

Meets today at lunch in Room F55 – this is a new location. Come join our talk about national coming out day.

Attention 10th Graders

If you have not filled out a blue half sheet registering you for testing day on Oct. 19 please see Mr. Grossberg in Room F37 or Mr. Meyers in the attendance office as soon as possible.

Upcoming College Visits

Northwest Christian University today at lunch in F39.                                                                                        Lewis and Clark today at lunch in the College and Career Center                                                                               Oregon State University, tomorrow, October 12th at 1:30 in F39

NHS Members

We have a meeting today during lunch in the choir room.  Be there!

Students

If you are planning to bring a guest (non CHS student) to the Homecoming dance you must get a guest pass from the front office. It must have an admin signature as well as admin signature from their school. Don’t waste time, do it today.

Court Nominations

Nominations for CHS Homecoming Court begin tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct 12 at lunch and after school in the locker bay. Look for the nomination table.

Club Advisors/Reps

Don’t forget the club fair meeting, today, Oct. 11 at lunch in room B17. If you cannot attend but wish to participate please send an email to Ms. Wilgus so we can allocate space for your club.

Homecoming

Last year we set a record for the largest attended dance at CHS. Can we do it again this year? Tickets for the dance will go on sale tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct 12 at lunch in the locker bay. Cost for tickets are $10 per person with ASB and $15 at the door or without ASB. Autumn Night’s Homecoming Dance is on Oct. 22 from 8-11 p.m.

Spirit Week

Spirit week is coming Oct. 17-21! Here are the themes for each day: Monday, Oct. 17 – Merica Monday – Wear your patriotic gear, Tuesday, Oct. 18 – Team Day – Wear your favorite team color, shirts, etc., Wednesday, Oct. 19 – School wide testing but you can come in “Woke up this way p.j.’s”: make sure school appropriate, Thursday, Oct. 20 – Throwback : Fresh/Soph dress from the 70’s, Jr./Sr. dress from the 80’s – This is a class competition so let’s see which classes have the most participation!, Friday, Oct. 21 –  Fight Cancer – Pink Out – deck yourself from head to toe in pink. Show your support.  This is the same as the game theme so let’s really support the cause!

Sports Today

  • VB at North Eugene @ 5:30 & 6:45 pm No early release: self transport
  • JV Boys Soccer at Marist @ 4:00: Release at 2:30 p.m. Self Transport
  • Varsity Boys Soccer at Marist @ 6:30 p.m. No early release: self transport
  • JV Girls Soccer vs Marist @ 4:00 p.m. on grass: Release at 2:50 p.m.
  • Girls Varsity Soccer vs Marist @ 6:00 on turf: No early release

Monday, October 10, 2016

Creative Writing Club

A friend writes:  “Creative writing is a way to express yourself, get into a new world and create something while experiencing universes beyond your own.” Come hang out with creative writers today after school in the library, and any Monday.

Indigenous People’s Day

Today October 10 has been declared Indigenous People’s Day by the city of Eugene and many cities across the US. Today we honor the strengths, struggles and values of Indigenous Peoples here and around the globe. We can recall that Indigenous civilizations were thriving on this very land for thousands of years by the time of arrival by settlers, and Indigenous Peoples continue to thrive in practices tied to this land and traditional beliefs and values.

Attention 10th Graders

If you have not filled out a blue half sheet registering you for testing day on Oct. 19 please see Mr. Grossberg in Room F37 or Mr. Meyers in the attendance office as soon as possible.

College Visits

Today, Northwest Christian University at lunch in F39 and Evergreen State College at 2:00 in F39         Tomorrow, Tuesday, Lewis and Clark  at lunch in F39                                                                            Wednesday, Oregon State at 1:30 in F39

Students

If you are planning to bring a guest (non CHS student) to the Homecoming dance you must get a guest pass from the front office. It must have an admin signature as well as admin signature from their school. Don’t waste time, do it today.

Court Nominations

Nominations for CHS Homecoming Court will begin Wednesday, Oct 12 at lunch and after school in the locker bay. Look for the nomination table.

Club Advisors/Reps

Don’t forget the club fair meeting, tomorrow, Oct. 11 at lunch in room B17. If you cannot attend but wish to participate please send an email to Ms. Wilgus so we can allocate space for your club.

Homecoming

Last year we set a record for the largest attended dance at CHS. Can we do it again this year? Tickets for the dance will go on sale Wednesday, Oct 12 at lunch in the locker bay. Cost for tickets are $10 per person with ASB and $15 at the door or without ASB. Autumn Night’s Homecoming Dance is on Oct. 22 from 8-11 p.m.

Spirit Week

Spirit week is coming Oct. 17-21! Here are the themes for each day:

Monday, Oct. 17 – ‘Merica Monday – Wear your patriotic gear,

Tuesday, Oct. 18 – Team Day – Wear your favorite team color, shirts, etc.,

Wednesday, Oct. 19 – School wide testing but you can come in “Woke up this way p.j.’s: make sure school appropriate,

Thursday, Oct. 20 – Throwback: Fresh/Soph dress from the 70’s, Jr./Sr. dress from the 80’s – This is a class competition so let’s see which classes have the most participation!,

Friday, Oct. 21 –  Fight Cancer – Pink Out – deck yourself from head to toe in pink. Show your support.  This is the same as the game theme so let’s really support the cause!

Leadership

Voting for the senior graduation song is today during lunch. We will also be selling Churchill shirts for $5. There is a limited supply so don’t miss out!

Sports Today

No Events

Friday, October 7, 2016

Leadership

Voting for the senior graduation song will start on Monday, Oct. 10 before school, between 2nd & 3rd, and during lunch.  We will also be selling Churchill shirts for $5.  There is a limited supply so don’t miss out!

College & Career News

If you are interested in the University of the Pacific, come to room F39 today at 1:00. An admissions representative will be here to provide you with information and answer your questions.

Seniors, have you filed your FAFSA yet? If not, it’s important to do it as soon as you can. We will be giving away treats to those who file out their FAFSA and having a weekly raffle. Your name will be entered into the raffle when you fill out your FAFSA.

Magic the Gathering

Ever played MagicThe Gathering? It is a fun and interactive card game, and we now have a club for it.  Come to room F55 today at lunch.  Learn how to play and include your friends.

Sports Today

VB Home vs. Eagle Point: JV at 4pm/ Release at 2:50pm/     Varsity VB and Football: no early release                                                Varsity Football at Marist: Load at 4:15pm/ Depart at 4:30pm/Return: 9:30pm

Sports Saturday

VB at Glencoe: Travel by Activity Van                                                                                Girls Soccer at Crater at Noon: Load at 6:45am/ Depart at 7am

Water Polo vs. Medford @ Amazon – Girls @ 7:30 a.m. & Boys @ 8:30 a.m.

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Magic the Gathering

Ever played MagicThe Gathering? It is a fun and interactive card game, and we now have a club for it.  Come to room F55 on Fridays at lunch.  Learn how to play and include your friends.

Young Repubs Club

There is a meeting today during lunch in J-19 for Young Repubs Club.  Anyone is welcome to show up.  Be prepared to talk election and politics.

United Souls of Peace & Love

United Souls of Peace & Love will meet today in Leah Dunbar’s class.

Club Fair

Attention all club advisers and student reps! If you would like to be a part of Club Fair on Oct. 21 you must send one representative to a mandatory meeting next Tuesday, Oct. 11 during lunch in room B-17.

Key Club

Do you want to give back to the community? Do you need volunteer hours? Do you want pizza? Join Key Club at lunch today in H8.

Positive Community Kitchen

Do you love to cook and want to learn more about cooking? Do you need to log more community service hours? Then do both by joining the Positive Community Kitchen as a teen chef. The Kitchen supplies meals for people facing life-threatening illnesses. Come to the orientation today. For more information, pick up a flyer outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM Building or in the College & Career Center.

Sports Today

No events

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Gender and Sexuality Alliance

Today GSA is meeting at lunch in room F49. Today in GSA we will be making posters!

National Honor Society

Hey everybody! All National Honor Society members, we have a meeting today during lunch in the choir room. Be there!

Black Student Union

All students identifying as African American are invited to meet in the auditorium at Lunch today for an informational meeting.

Club Fair

Attention all club advisors and student reps! If you would like to be a part of Club Fair on October 21, you must send a representative to a mandatory meeting next Tuesday, October 11 during lunch in room B17.

Key Club

Do you want to give back to the community? Do you need volunteer hours? Do you want pizza? Join Key Club at lunch on Wednesday in H8.

Churchill Lancer Boys Lacrosse Meeting

Today at 6:30 p.m. in the Churchill Library, come get an overview of the 2017 Lancer Boys Lacrosse season! An overview of the 2017 Schedule, coaching plans, equipment requirements, volunteer and fundraising opportunities will be covered during the meeting. Current players, interested players and their parents are encouraged to attend.

Walk + Bike to School Day

Rachel Carson is hosting a walk and bike to school day tomorrow. In order to reduce the impact we make on the environment when traveling to school, the Rachel Carson academy is hosting a day promoting more environmentally friendly forms of transportation. See you on the sidewalk Churchill!

Seniors

Would you like to choose a song to walk to at graduation? If so, drop a song off in the suggestion box during the 10-minute passing period today through Friday by the planters. Hope to see you there, seniors!

College and Career Center

The Oregon Institute of Technology admissions rep will be here today at 1:30 in F39

Positive Community Kitchen

Do you love to cook and want to learn more about cooking? Do you need to log more community service hours? Then do both by joining the Positive Community Kitchen as a teen chef. The Kitchen supplies meals for people facing life-threatening illnesses. Come to the orientation on Wednesday, October 5th. For more information, pick up a flyer outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM Building or in the College & Career Center.

Sports Today

VB at Marist: 530/645pm / No Early Release / Self Transport