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Friday, April 28, 2017

CHS Tennis

Congratulations to both the girls and boys tennis teams for their wins over North last night.

Prom

Today is the last day to buy your Prom tickets before the price goes up at the door. You can buy tickets at lunch or after school.

ASB Elections

ASB Elections are today during 3rd period. Two videos will be shown and students will cast ballots. This will happen in lieu of announcements being read aloud and the PRIDE drawing.  The PRIDE drawing will resume next Friday when we will draw 2 weeks of winners.

Gym Closed

Due to food and equipment being left out, the gym will be closed at lunch today.

Magic the Gathering

If you want to play Magic the Gathering come to Room F55 today at lunch.

Hack Club

Want to make an app, website or game, then come after school today to Marty Wilder’s room, STEM 118.

Into the Woods, Jr.

Tonight and tomorrow at 7:00p.m. in the CHS auditorium, Kennedy Middle School will present their production of Into the Woods, Jr. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $3 for students, $5 for adults, and $10 for families.

Auditions

Auditions for next year’s Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers will be in the choir room today and next week during lunch and after school. All you need to do is prepare a 30 second part of a song that showcases your voice. Sign up sheets are on the choir room door. You must sign up to reserve your spot.

Attention Jr. & Sr. Girls

If you would like to play powder puff football this year, come to one of the informational meetings Monday or Tuesday next week at lunch in Rm B17. No experience necessary.

Bus Passes

May bus passes are available in the finance office with Ken.

Exploring the Military

If you are interested in exploring the military and the opportunity to have a part time job plus tuition assistance while you go to college, come to the College and Career Center today at lunch to speak to a representative from the National Guard. All grades are welcome.

Sports

Today:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist for DH: 3/5pm/Release at 1230pm;  SB at Crater: 3/5pm/Release at 9am;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament/Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament/Release all day;  Boys LAX at Marist: 430/630pm/Release at 3pm.

Saturday: Churchill Prom;  JV Baseball at Marist for DH at 11am/1pm;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Prom

There are only 2 more days left to buy Prom tickets. Get your tickets now before the price goes up at the door. You can buy tickets before school, during the 10 min. passing period, at lunch, or after school.

ASB Elections

ASB Elections are tomorrow. During 3rd period, two videos will be shown and students will cast ballots. This will happen in lieu of announcements and the PRIDE drawing.  The PRIDE drawing will resume the following Friday when we will draw 2 weeks of winners.

Gym Closed

Due to food and equipment being left out, the gym will be closed at lunch today and tomorrow.

Magic the Gathering

If you want to play Magic the Gathering come to Room F55 tomorrow at lunch.

Hack Club

Want to make an app, website or game, then come after school tomorrow to Marty Wilder’s room STEM 118.

Dance Club 101

Dance Club meets today at lunch in the cafeteria. Everyone welcome.

Into the Woods, Jr.

This Friday and Saturday at 7:00p.m. in the CHS auditorium, Kennedy Middle School will be presenting their production of Into the Woods, Jr. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $3 for students, $5 for adults, and $10 for families.

School to Career

LCC Placement testing will be today at 3:45pm. Please bring your “L” number and photo ID. See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you have questions.

Auditions

Auditions for next year’s Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers will be in the choir room this week and next week during lunch and after school. All you need to do is prepare a 30 second part of a song that showcases your voice. Sign up sheets are on the choir room door. You must sign up to reserve your spot.

Attention Jr. & Sr. Girls

If you would like to play powder puff football this year, come to one of the informational meetings Monday or Tuesday next week at lunch in Rm B17. No experience necessary.

College Visit

Would you like to go to college out of state without having to pay high out of state tuition costs? Come to room F39 today at lunch and talk to an admissions representative from Central Washington University to find out how.

Bus Passes

May bus passes are now available in the finance office with Ken.

Juniors

It’s time to start preparing for your senior year. Let us help. Come to the Junior family night tonight at 6:30 pm in the auditorium.

Exploring the Military

If you are interested in exploring the military and the opportunity to have a part time job plus tuition assistance while you go to college, come to the College and Career Center tomorrow at lunch to speak to a representative from the National Guard. All grades are welcome.

Sports

Today:  Boys Tennis at NE: 4pm/Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. NE: 4pm/Release at 3pm; JV/Varsity Boys Baseball vs. Marist/Release at 230pm.

Friday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist for DH: 3/5pm/Release at 1230pm;  SB at Crater: 3/5pm/Release at 9am;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament/Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament/Release all day;  Boys LAX at Marist: 430/630pm/Release at 3pm.

Saturday: Churchill Prom;  JV Baseball at Marist for DH at 11am/1pm;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Into the Woods, Jr.

This Friday and Saturday at 7:00p.m. in the CHS auditorium, Kennedy Middle School will be presenting their production of Into the Woods, Jr. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $3 for students, $5 for adults, and $10 for families.

School to Career

LCC Placement testing will be tomorrow at 3:45pm. Please bring your “L” number and photo ID. See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you have questions.

Art Club

There will be no Art Club today.

Auditions

Auditions for next year’s Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers will be in the choir room this week and next week during lunch and after school. All you need to do is prepare a 30 second part of a song that showcases your voice. Sign up sheets are on the choir room door. You must sign up to reserve your spot.

Attention Jr. & Sr. Girls

If you would like to play powder puff football this year, come to one of the informational meetings May 1st or 2nd at lunch in Rm B17. No experience necessary.

Key Club

Need volunteer hours? Want to help the community? Join Key Club today in Rm H8 during lunch.

College Visit

Would you like to go to college out of state without having to pay high out of state tuition costs? Come to room F39 tomorrow at lunch and talk to an admissions representative from Central Washington University to find out how.

Bus Passes

May bus passes are now available in the finance office with Ken.

Juniors

It’s time to start preparing for your senior year. Let us help. Come to the Junior family night tomorrow at 6:30 pm in the auditorium.

Exploring the Military

If you are interested in exploring the military and the opportunity to have a part time job plus tuition assistance while you go to college, come to the College and Career Center on Friday at lunch to speak to a representative from the National Guard. All grades are welcome.

Sports

Today:  Track vs. Springfield at 330pm/Release at 215pm;  Girls LAX at Thurston: Release at 230pm;  JV Baseball at Thurston: 5pm/Release at 3pm; Varsity Boys Golf at Emerald Valley/Release at 12:15

Thursday:  Boys Tennis at NE: 4pm/Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. NE: 4pm/Release at 3pm

Friday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist for DH: 3/5pm/Release at 1230pm;  SB at Crater: 3/5pm/Release at 9am;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament/Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament/Release all day;  Boys LAX at Marist: 430/630pm/Release at 3pm.

Saturday: Churchill Prom;  JV Baseball at Marist for DH at 11am/1pm;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Auditions

Auditions for next year’s Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers will be in the choir room this week and next week during lunch and after school. All you need to do is prepare a 30 second part of a song that showcases your voice. Sign up sheets are on the choir room door. You must sign up to reserve your spot.

Attention Jr. & Sr. Girls

If you would like to play powder puff football this year, come to one of the informational meetings May 1st or 2nd at lunch in Rm B17. No experience necessary.

GSA

Today at lunch in Room F55 GSA meets to talk about upcoming events and check-in.

College Visit

Would you like to go to college out of state without having to pay high out of state tuition costs? Come to room F39 on Thursday at lunch and talk to an admissions representative from Central Washington University to find out how.

Bus Passes

May bus passes are now available in the finance office with Ken.

Juniors

It’s time to start preparing for your senior year. Let us help. Come to the Junior family night Thursday at 6:30 pm in the auditorium.

Beauty Club

All ages, genders and skill levels are invited to join Beauty Club today after school in STEM 105.

Dance Club

Come to Dance Club today in the cafeteria during lunch to dance or learn how to dance.

Sports

Today:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  JV Baseball at Marist at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  Boys Tennis at Thurston at 4pm: Release at 2pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Thurston at 4pm: Release at 3pm;  Softball at Marist at 5pm: Release at 230pm;  Boys LAX at Sheldon 4/6pm: JV release at 220pm

Wednesday:  Track vs. Springfield at 330pm/Release at 215pm;  Girls LAX at Thurston: Release at 230pm;  JV Baseball at Thurston: 5pm: Release at 3pm; Varsity Boys Golf at Emerald Valley: Release at 12:15

Thursday:  Boys Tennis at NE: 4pm Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. NE: 4pm: Release at 3pm

Friday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist for DH: 3/5pm: Release at 1230pm;  SB at Crater: 3/5pm: Release at 9am;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament: Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament: Release all day;  Boys LAX at Marist: 430/630pm:  Release at 3pm.

Saturday: Churchill Prom;  JV Baseball at Marist for DH at 11am/1pm;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament

Site Council 4/19/17

Members present: Kirsten Barnett, Krista Cummings, Morgan Christensen, Heather Penfold, Julia Campbell, Alejandro Garcia, Erin Crews, Amy Duncan, Steve Grossberg

Not present: Sharon Ramirez-Cruz, Roger Bascue, Steve Grossberg

Chair: Kirsten Barnett

I.  Approve minutes from previous meeting:

NA

II. Community Connections:

NA

III. Set Agenda:

  1. EEF Grant Proposals                ALL

IV. New Business – EEF Grant Proposals

3 framing questions:

    How does this proposal support students?

    How many students does this proposal impact?

    How does this proposal extend student learning?

There were 5 proposals that we looked at during Site Council.

  1. Professional Media Interview Kit
  2. Increasing Mindfulness one Yoga Kit at a time
  3. Creating a Green Screen Mini Studio
  4. AVID Field Trips
  5. Marine Biology Field Trips

Churchill Site Council ranked the following proposals for EEF

  1. B – Increasing Mindfulness One Yoga Kit at a time
  2. E – Marine Biology Field Trips
  3. D – AVID Field Trips
  4. A – Professional Media Interview Trip
  5. C – Creating a Green Screen Mini Studio

Notes: This year the grant process was different as we can submit all proposals, without having to rank and leave some out. Ultimately EEF will choose what to fund and what not to fund

V. Stakeholder Check-In:

Parents –  There is a request of the clarification for the CRLS – Naviance Project. In addition, having more information about graduation requirements and updating current website with a timeline of “need to know” calendar for grade levels. Parking lot concerns about where people can park was brought forward.

Students –

Leadership is having mental health month – next month. A bunch of cards with resources to hand out to students. Or have them located throughout the school, where students can easily access them. Will share facts over the announcements – things students might not know. Julia suggests to share mental health information in the information that is handed out during the all night party for seniors. Kick off event may happen similar to club carnival. Some disagreements with the district about how ASB funds can be spent – students want to know what the ASB money is for? How are they supposed to spend the money – students would like guidelines on how to spend this money.  Everyone present agrees that students should be allowed to spend the money the way that they want to spend the money – provided it serves all students and is appropriate. Churchill constitution has been updated and we will have a new copy to look at next meeting.

Staff –  End of the year deadlines are approaching quickly. Staff are striving forward to the meet the needs of students and to finalized end of the year tasks.  

Classified – Front office is focused on graduation and is doing great

Administration – working to support all students and staff and making sure systems are running smoothly and getting the schedule done before the end of the year

VI. Old Business

NA

Monday, April 24, 2017

Attention Jr. & Sr. Girls

If you would like to play powder puff football this year, come to one of the informational meetings May 1st or 2nd at lunch in Rm B17. No experience necessary.

Attention Seniors

It is not too late to buy your grad party tickets. If you purchase them this month you will receive 15 extra raffle tickets for the grand prizes of a paddle board, flat screen tv, or mini I-pad. In May you can get 10 extra raffle tickets and in June only 5 extra tickets. Come to the front office to purchase your ticket for $35. Scholarships are also available.

College Visit

An admissions representative from Central Washington University will be here on Thursday, April 27th at lunch in F39. All students are welcome.

Bus Passes

May bus passes are now available in the finance office with Ken.

Juniors

It’s time to start preparing for your senior year. Let us help. Come to the Junior family night Thursday, April 27th at 6:30 pm in the auditorium.

Beauty Club

All ages, genders and skill levels are invited to join Beauty Club tomorrow after school in STEM 105.

Sports

Today: Girls Tennis at Junction City: 4pm/Release at 2pm

Tuesday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  JV Baseball at Marist at 5pm: Release at 3pm (Springfield using Churchill JV Field at 5pm: JV Field NOT Playable);  Boys Tennis at Thurston at 4pm: Release at 2pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Thurston at 4pm: Release at 3pm;  Softball at Marist at 5pm: Release at 230pm;  Boys LAX at Sheldon 4/6pm: JV release at 220pm

Wednesday:  Track vs. Springfield at 330pm/Release at 215pm;  Girls LAX at Thurston: Release at 230pm;  JV Baseball at Thurston: 5pm: Release at 3pm; Varsity Boys Golf at Emerald Valley/Release at 12:15

Thursday:  Boys Tennis at NE: 4pm Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. NE: 4pm: Release at 3pm

Friday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist for DH: 3/5pm: Release at 1230pm;  SB at Crater: 3/5pm: Release at 9am;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament: Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament: Release all day;  Boys LAX at Marist: 430/630pm:  Release at 3pm.

Saturday: Churchill Prom;  JV Baseball at Marist for DH at 11am/1pm;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament

Friday, April 21, 2017

GSA

Today is National Day of Silence. It is the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Networks annual day of action to spread awareness about the affects of bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. Students wearing a lanyard with card are taking a day long vow of silence to symbolically represent the silencing of LGBT students.

ASB

Any students interested in running for an ASB office, your petitions are due today! Please turn them into Rm B-17 by the end of lunch. Remember speeches are due Monday at lunch.

Girls Golf

Congratulations to Gabby Butler for winning yesterday’s tournament at Fiddler’s Green.

Attention Seniors

It is not too late to buy your grad party tickets. If you purchase them this month you will receive 15 extra raffle tickets for the grand prizes of a paddle board, flat screen tv, or mini I-pad. In May you can get 10 extra raffle tickets and in June only 5 extra tickets. Come to the front office to purchase your ticket for $35. Scholarships are also available.

Lancer Pageant

The Lancer Pageant is tonight at 7pm. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Hope to see you there!

Hack Club

Want to make an app, website, or game? Stop by Hack Club today after school in Marty Wilder’s Room STEM 118. We have pizza.

Magic the Gathering

Join us in F55 at lunch today to play Magic the Gathering.

Sports

Today: Boys Tennis at Marist Tournament at Eugene Swim and Tennis Club – Release all day; Girls Softball hosting Crater at Marist High School at 5pm:  Release at 230pm.

Saturday: Varsity Baseball vs. Crater:  1/3pm; JV Baseball vs. Crater at South Eugene:  1/3pm;  Varsity Softball at Eagle Point:  1/3pm;  Boys Tennis at Marist Tournament at Eugene Swim and Tennis Club

Thursday, April 20, 2017

GSA

Tomorrow is National Day of Silence. It is the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Networks annual day of action to spread awareness about the affects of bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students. Students take a day long vow of silence to symbolically represent the silencing of LGBT students. You can meet GSA on Friday at 8am at the front of the school to get a lanyard to wear explaining your are participating.

Attention Seniors

It is not too late to buy your grad party tickets. If you purchase them this month you will receive 15 extra raffle tickets for the grand prizes of a paddle board, flat screen tv, or mini I-pad. In May you can get 10 extra raffle tickets and in June only 5 extra tickets. Come to the front office to purchase your ticket for $35. Scholarships are also available.

Hack Club

Want to make an app, website, or game? Stop by Hack Club tomorrow after school in Marty Wilder’s Room STEM 118. We have pizza.

Graduation Announcement Pickup

Seniors, please come by the front office to pick up your graduation announcements that you ordered.

Lancer Pageant

The Lancer Pageant is tomorrow! Get your tickets at the planters during lunch or from any contestant or coordinator for $10. At the door they will be $15.

2017 CAS Fair

Tonight Eugene IHS is sponsoring a community service fair at South Eugene High School in the cafeteria from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Several community organizations will be there ready to share a little about their organizations and volunteer opportunities for students. All students are welcome.

Churchill Film Series

Today after school in the library we will begin the Churchill Film Series with the film 13th. Did you know that 2.3 million people are currently incarcerated in the United States — making America, by far, the biggest jailer on Earth? Think about that. Sponsored by Black Student Union, Latino Student Union and Bookworm Club. Because serious times calls for serious conversations.

Magic the Gathering

Join us in F55 at lunch tomorrow to play Magic the Gathering.

Dance Club 101

We meet today in the cafeteria at lunch.  Everyone welcome.

Sports

Today: Boys Varsity Golf at Tokatee Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Marist at 4pm:  Release at 230pm;  Girls LAX at Roseburg Release at 3;  Boys LAX vs. North Eugene:  6/730pm;  Middle School Track Meet at North at 4:45pm

Friday: Boys Tennis at Marist Tournament (Release all day)

Saturday: V/JV Baseball vs. Crater:  1/3pm; Varsity Softball at Eagle Point:  1/3pm;  Boys Tennis at Marist Tournament

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Girls Tennis

Congratulations to the Girls Tennis team who won yesterday against Springfield 7-1.

Hack Club

Want to make an app, website, or game? Stop by Hack Club Friday after school in Marty Wilder’s Room STEM 118. We have pizza.

Lancer Pageant

The Lancer Pageant is Friday! Get your tickets at the planters during lunch or from any contestant or coordinator for $10. At the door they will be $15.

2017 CAS Fair

Tomorrow night Eugene IHS is sponsoring a community service fair at South Eugene High School in the cafeteria from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Several community organizations will be there ready to share a little about their organizations and volunteer opportunities for students. All students are welcome.

Graduation Announcement Pickup

Seniors, please come by the front office to pick up your graduation announcements that you ordered.

Graduation Auditions

Audition to perform at graduation. Sign up sheets are outside Jill’s office through today.

Senior Class Shirts

Class of 2017 shirts are available at lunch and the 10 minute passing period for $10 each or 2 for $18. Don’t miss out!  

Key Club

Need volunteer hours? Want to help in the community? Come to Key Club today in Rm H8 during lunch.

Churchill Film Series

Tomorrow after school an important film, 13th, will be shown in the library. The film explores disturbing facts about our current justice system in America. Did you know: The United States is home to 5% of the world’s population, but 25% of the world’s prisoners? Think about that. Come and watch and discuss. Because serious times calls for serious conversations.

Sports

Today: Boys Varsity Golf at Crosswater: Release all day;  Boys JV Golf at Riverridge – 4 pm/Release at 2:30 pm; Track at Thurston: 130 Release/2pm Depart/645pm Pick-up; Boys JV Baseball at Thurston at 5pm:  Release at 3pm

Thursday: Boys Varsity Golf at Tokatee 12/Release at 9:30 am;  Girls Tennis at Marist at 4pm:  Release at 230pm;  Girls LAX at Roseburg;  Boys LAX vs. North Eugene:  6/730pm (Conflict on Turf);  Middle School Track Meet at Churchill beginning at 5pm

Friday: Boys Tennis at Marist Tournament (Release all day)

Saturday: V/JV Baseball vs. Crater:  1/3pm; Varsity Softball at Eagle Point:  1/3pm;  Boys Tennis at Marist Tournament

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Boys’ Golf

Congratulations to Dylan Adams and Cole Jensen for finishing third and fourth in yesterday’s Eugene Country Club High School Invitational.  Also as a team the Lancers finished 7th out of 15 teams, finishing higher than Sheldon and several other 6A schools.

Gender & Sexuality Alliance

Today at lunch in Rm F55 GSA meets to talk about and plan the upcoming events, Pink Prom and Day of Silence.

Lancer Pageant

The Lancer Pageant is this Friday! Get your tickets at the planters during lunch or from any contestant or coordinator for $10. At the door they will be $15 and we will sell out, so buy now.

2017 CAS Fair

This Thursday, April 20th, Eugene IHS is sponsoring a community service fair at South Eugene High School in the cafeteria from 7:00-8:30 p.m. Several community organizations will be there ready to share a little about their organizations and volunteer opportunities for students. All students are welcome.

Graduation Announcement Pickup

Seniors, please come by the front office to pick up your graduation announcements that you ordered.

Graduation Auditions

Audition to perform at graduation. Sign up sheets are outside Jill’s office through tomorrow.

Prom Clothes

Josephine’s Closet and Mike’s Closet are teaming up to provide gently used prom dresses, men’s formal wear and shoes. We will be in room J9 today during lunch and after school.

Leadership

Sophomore & Juniors wanting to be a part of Leadership – come to the ASB office meeting today at lunch in B17. Come learn about the ASB offices available and their job descriptions.

AP Students

If you missed the AP Bubble Session, plan to come tomorrow morning at 8:40am to the Counseling Center. This is your last chance, so put a reminder in your phone!

Senior Class Shirts

Class of 2017 shirts are available at lunch and the 10 minute passing period for $10 each or 2 for $18. Don’t miss out!  

Dance 101

Join us today at lunch in the cafeteria for Dance Club.

Beauty Club

Join us today for Beauty Club after school in STEM 105.