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Monday, June 12, 2017

Climate Change Club

All are welcome to join Climate Change Club today in Room K8.

Beauty Club

Beauty Club meets in STEM 105 after school tomorrow. Everyone is invited.

Churchill Cheer

Come support your CHS cheerleaders at a car wash this Saturday, June 17th, from 9am-2pm in front of Churchill. See you there.

CHS Spirit Wear

Churchill now has spirit wear available for purchase. Come to the front office to see the new sweatshirts, t-shirts and hats.

Community Service Opportunities

McCornack Carnival ~ Volunteers Needed for McCornack Carnival this Thursday, June 15, starting at 5:30pm. Go to the McCornack website to sign up or email mccornackvolunteercoordinator@gmail.com

Parenting Now! ~ Parenting Now! is looking for long term volunteers to assist with childcare during parent education classes.  This is a commitment of 3 hours one day or night a week for 10 weeks.  Classes will begin in late September to early October and will continue through part of December.  This is a great opportunity for volunteers who want to learn more about early childhood education.  We will have a class going on everyday in the fall, including weekends and evenings, which is great for those with high school or college schedules. We will also have a Crecer group for Spanish speaking families in the fall and are looking for Spanish speaking high school students to assist with childcare for that class as well. For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Science Factory ~ half or full day, 1 week or more this summer. For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

YMCA ~   You’re never too old for camp and we are looking for youth entering grades 9-12 to come volunteer with our summer camps as a Counselor in Training. Not only will this allow you to embrace your inner child and have a great time, you will be gaining valuable leadership skills, learning to create and lead engaging activities for children, and making memorable experiences for our community. For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

CHS Site Council Meeting 4/19/17

Members present: Kirsten Barnett, Krista Cummings, Morgan Christensen, Heather Penfold,
Julia Campbell, Alejandro Garcia, Erin Crews, Steve Grossberg
Not present : Sharon Ramirez-Cruz, Roger Bascue, Amy Duncan
Chair: Kirsten Barnett
I. Approve minutes from previous meeting:
NA
II. Community Connections:
NA
III. Set Agenda:
50th Anniversary of Churchill – August 18th
IV. New Business –
50th Anniversary Ideas
AVID students will be
Retro t -shirt design
School pencils and school notebooks with names
Notes:
V. Stakeholder Check-In:
Parents – Shout out to Kevin Summerfield and the CHS Senior students walk through
elementary schools. The students and parents appreciated the experience. The awards night
was a great venue, however, there was about the length of time. The discussion about
graduation cords. Parents were requesting clearer communication about school events (e.g.,
school performances, graduation, calendar, athletics etc.) The events on the calendar, however
there is question whether the information could be easier to navigate.
Students – Leadership has completed / revised Churchill constitution. Feedback on the use of
handing out mental health info for mental health month. Students leadership will be meeting
before school starts in September. Parents commented that leadership did an excellent job this
year. Staff commented that club carnal last week went well.
Staff – 100% of all seniors meet essential skills. This summer, there will be day for students to
test and meet state requirements. Grades being due a day after school is out is a concern for
some teachers. With seniors ending early, teachers report that is it strange with the two week
difference. Teachers are flexible and working to meeting all the need of students.
Classified – Front office has been going smooth and helping students finish up the year.
Administration – Preparing for graduation and end of the year tasks.
VI. Old Business

Thursday, June 8, 2017

CHS Spirit Wear

Churchill spirit wear is here! Come to the front office to see new sweatshirts, t-shirts and hats for purchase.

Big Sale in the Library

We are selling used books for 1.00 each. Come in and find something good to read or give away. Sales benefit the library collection.

Library Aides

Anyone who has worked as a library aide this year is invited to a pizza party today at lunch. Come to the library workroom so we can say thanks with pizza. Good work library staff!

Seniors

You must be cleared on the graduation checklist to participate in the graduation ceremony. Any senior not cleared on the checklist will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony. Talk to your counselor today!

Cap and gowns are here. Please come pick yours up in the front office today.

If you need a final transcript sent to the college or university you are going to in the fall, request them before graduation to prevent delays. See Sheree if you have any questions.

Today is the last day to buy your Grad Party tickets. Don’t miss your chance to win cash prizes, all you can eat food, Dutch Bros, basketball, swimming, rock climbing wall, casino tables, and more. Prizes given out every 10 minutes. Cost is $35/$20 reduced lunch. Scholarships available. Tickets sold in the student lounge at lunch.

Senior Breakfast tickets on sale today for $10 during the 10 min passing period and during lunch at the yearbook tables outside the auditorium. You won’t want to miss out!

Community Service Opportunities

McCornack Carnival ~ Volunteers Needed for McCornack Carnival Thursday, June 15 starting at 5:30pm. Go to the McCornack website to sign up or email mccornackvolunteercoordinator@gmail.com

Parenting Now! ~ Parenting Now! is looking for long term volunteers to assist with childcare during parent education classes.  This is a commitment of 3 hours one day or night a week for 10 weeks.  Classes will begin in late September to early October and will continue through part of December.  This is a great opportunity for volunteers who want to learn more about early childhood education.  We will have a class going on everyday in the fall, including weekends and evenings, which is great for those with high school or college schedules. We will also have a Crecer group for Spanish speaking families in the fall and are looking for Spanish speaking high school students to assist with childcare for that class as well. For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Science Factory ~ half or full day, 1 week or more this summer. For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

YMCA ~   You’re never too old for camp and we are looking for youth entering grades 9-12 to come volunteer with our summer camps as a Counselor in Training. Not only will this allow you to embrace your inner child and have a great time, you will be gaining valuable leadership skills, learning to create and lead engaging activities for children, and making memorable experiences for our community. For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Hack Club

Join us for Hack Club tomorrow after school in Marty Wilder’s room, STEM 118.

Magic the Gathering

Come play Magic the Gathering at lunch tomorrow in F55.

Dance Club

Dance Club meets today at lunch in the cafeteria.

Happy Birthday to Ms. Crews

From your AVID 10 Class

G’Lancer 6/7

A new G’Lancer is posted under News > E-Newsletters or click HERE! Please take the time to read through the newsletter for important announcements and details about school and community events.

The G’Lancer is published on the first Monday of each month during the school year, or Tuesday when the first Monday is a holiday. Please remember to check our calendar for the most up-to-date schedules and check our news feed frequently for timely announcements.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

CHS Spirit Wear

Churchill spirit wear is here! Come to the front office to see new sweatshirts, t-shirts and hats for purchase.

Big Sale in the Library

We are selling used books for 1.00 each. Come in and find something good to read or give away. Sales benefit the library collection.

Library Aides

Anyone who has worked as a library aide this year is invited to a pizza party on tomorrow at lunch. Come to the library workroom so we can say thanks with pizza. Good work library staff!

NHS

There will be a meeting for all NHS members interested in learning more about NHS officer positions for the 2017-18 school year today at lunch in the choir room.

Music Club

It’s here. The Churchill Talent Show is tonight at 7:00pm in the auditorium. Admission is free and if you visited the music booth during the club carnival, get out your raffle ticket. Everyone else come get one at the door to win free Dutch, Starbucks, I-Tunes and much more. Bring money as there will also be a bake sale before and after for all those with a sweet tooth. Performers, please arrive by 6:30pm.

All Yearbook Students

Please see Mr Squires ASAP for a year-end Yearbook surprise. Seniors come right away so you don’t miss out – all others come before school ends.

Seniors

You must be cleared on the graduation checklist to participate in the graduation ceremony. Any senior not cleared on the checklist will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony. Talk to your counselor today!

Cap and gowns are here. Please come pick yours up in the front office today.

The WISE Senior Send-off meeting will be at lunch today.

If you need a final transcript sent to the college or university you are going to in the fall, request them before graduation to prevent delays. See Sheree if you have any questions.

Seniors still needing to take the Lane Community College Placement testing need to schedule testing with Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

This is the last week to buy your Grad Party tickets. Don’t miss your chance to win cash prizes, all you can eat food, Dutch Bros, basketball, swimming, rock climbing wall, casino tables, and more. Prizes given out every 10 minutes. Cost is $35/$20 reduced lunch. Scholarships available. Tickets sold in the student lounge at lunch.

Senior Breakfast tickets will be on sale this week for $10 during the 10 min passing period and during lunch at the yearbook tables outside the auditorium. You won’t want to miss out!

Key Club

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

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

NHS

There will be a meeting for all NHS members interested in learning more about NHS officer positions for the 2017-18 school year.  The meeting will be tomorrow at lunch in the choir room.

All Yearbook Students

Please see Mr Squires ASAP for a year-end Yearbook surprise. Seniors come right away so you don’t miss out – all others come before school ends.

Seniors

You must be cleared on the graduation checklist to participate in the graduation ceremony. Any senior not cleared on the checklist will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony. Talk to your counselor today!

Please connect with Kevin Summerfield today for details about Seniors on Tour at McCornack, Chavez, and Twin Oaks. This is mandatory if you want to participate.

Cap and gowns are here. Please come pick yours up in the front office today.

The WISE Senior Send-off meeting will be at lunch tomorrow.

Seniors still needing to take the Lane Community College Placement testing need to schedule testing with Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

This is the last week to buy your Grad Party tickets. Don’t miss your chance to win cash prizes, all you can eat food, Dutch Bros, basketball, swimming, rock climbing wall, casino tables, and more. Prizes given out every 10 minutes. Cost is $35/$20 reduced lunch. Scholarships available. Tickets sold in the student lounge at lunch.

Senior Breakfast tickets will be on sale this week for $10 during the 10 min passing period and during lunch at the yearbook tables outside the auditorium. You won’t want to miss out!

From Your Library

All library books were due yesterday. Late books are now accruing fees:  25 cents per day. Thank you for using your library.

Beauty Club

Join Beauty Club after school today in STEM 105.

Dance Club

Dance 101 meets today during lunch in the cafeteria.

Monday, June 5, 2017

Yearbooks

Yearbooks have arrived and are ready for pick-up! Seniors only – pick-up today at lunch in front of the Auditorium. All students – pick-up Tuesday through Friday. You must be on the paid list to pick up a book. Please see Ken in the finance office to pay for your yearbook right away.

All Yearbook Students

Please see Mr Squires ASAP for a year-end Yearbook surprise. Seniors come right away so you don’t miss out – all others come before school ends.

Seniors

You must be cleared on the graduation checklist to participate in the graduation ceremony. Any senior not cleared on the checklist will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony. Talk to your counselor today!

Please connect with Kevin Summerfield during the 10min passing period tomorrow for details about Seniors on Tour at McCornack, Chavez, and Twin Oaks. This is mandatory if you want to participate.

Cap and gowns are here. Please come pick yours up in the front office today.

From Your Library

All library books are due TODAY! After today late fees will apply:  25 cents per day. Thank you for using your library.

Climate Change Club

Climate Change Club meets today in Rm K8. All are welcome to learn how to fight against climate change and save the environment.

Beauty Club

Join Beauty Club after school tomorrow in STEM 105.

Friday, June 2, 2017

Interact Club

Interact Club is holding a raffle today. Come by the planters for a chance to win gift cards.

State Testing

All students make sure to report for your state testing if you have not yet completed all tests. Check in with Mr. Grossberg if unsure of your status.

APISU

APISU will sell “mochi” ice cream during the club carnival today. $1 for one, $1.50 for two.

Bus Passes

Bus passes are available.  See Ken in the finance office.

Powder Puff

Powder Puff is tonight at 6:00pm on the turf. Come watch the Jrs. and Srs. battle for the title. Entry into the game is $5 or 5 canned foods. This is a charity event so bring those canned foods for Food for Lane County.

Club Carnival

Club Carnival is today on the turf. We have an extended lunch, free BBQ for all students in the quad, inflatable games, dunk tank, and more. Come join this last Churchill event.

PBIS

PBIS Attendance Team would like to thank 150 students that have had 98% or better attendance all year. If you are one of those awesome attenders, you will get an invitation to an ice cream party next Monday. Leave your 3rd period class 5 minutes early  to come and collect your yummy treat.

Seniors

Cap and gowns are here. Please come pick yours up in the front office today.

Today is the last day to sign up for walking partners. Remember, both partners must be cleared to walk. A partner will be randomly assigned to you if you do not complete a walking partner slip, or if you or your partner are not cleared to walk.

There is still time to purchase your Grad Party tickets. Tickets will be sold today during lunch in the student lounge. Don’t miss out on all the fun: cash walk, casino tables, horse racing, rock climbing wall, basketball, swimming, and more. All you can eat and drink. Cost is $35 and includes a free t-shirt and cinch sack.

Senior Breakfast tickets are on sale through Monday at the planters during the 10 min passing period for $10. This is our last event together before graduation so we hope to see you there.

Sweeney Todd

Opening night for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is tomorrow at 7:30pm in the auditorium. Sunday shows are 2pm & 7:30pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. You can pre-buy your tickets during lunch at the rock. Please join us for a tale of revenge, love, and some questionable pies.

Churchill Football Players

If you are planning on playing football next fall or are thinking about playing, this is a reminder that Spring football starts on Monday after school from 4-6 PM. Practices will take place Monday June 5th through Friday June 9th after school. There are no other sport conflicts, so if you are planning on playing football in the fall, you are expected to be at Spring practice everyday. If you have questions, please contact Coach Robinson.

Yearbooks

Yearbooks have arrived and will be ready for pick-up next week. You must be on the paid list to pick up a book. Please see Ken in the finance office to pay for your yearbook right away.

Magic the Gathering

Join us in F55 today at lunch to play this fun interactive card game.

Hack Club

Hack Club meets after school today in Wilder’s Rm STEM 118.

From Your Library

Return your library books by this coming Monday, June 5th. After that date late fees will apply: 25 cents per day. Thank you for using your library.

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Current NHS Members

We will be meeting today at lunch in the Choir room for an end of the year celebration.  We will be serving root beer floats, and we will ask you to fill out a short questionnaire to help us improve NHS for next year.

Interact Club

Interact Club is holding a raffle. Come by the planters for a chance to win gift cards. Hurry, the raffle ends tomorrow.

Bus Passes

Bus passes are available.  See Ken in the finance office.

Powder Puff

Powder Puff is tomorrow at 6:00pm on the turf. Come watch the Jrs. and Srs. battle for the title. Entry into the game is $5 or 5 canned foods. This is a charity event so bring those canned foods for Food for Lane County.

Club Carnival

Club Carnival is tomorrow on the turf. We have an extended lunch, free BBQ for all students in the quad, inflatable games, dunk tank, and more. Come join this last Churchill event.

Seniors

Cap and gowns are here. Please come pick yours up in the front office today.

Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for walking partners. Remember, both partners must be cleared to walk. A partner will be randomly assigned to you if you do not complete a walking partner slip, or if you or your partner are not cleared to walk.

Last assembly is tomorrow. Surprise appearances, Mr. B and the Lance, games and entertainment not to be missed. Hope you are all there.

There is still time to purchase your Grad Party tickets. Tickets will be sold all week during lunch in the student lounge. Don’t miss out on all the fun: cash walk, casino tables, horse racing, rock climbing wall, basketball, swimming, and more. All you can eat and drink. Cost is $35 and includes a free t-shirt and cinch sack.

Senior Breakfast tickets are on sale at the planters during the 10 min passing period for $10. This is our last event together before graduation so we hope to see you there.

Sweeney Todd

Opening night for Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is Saturday at 7:30pm in the auditorium. Sunday shows are 2pm & 7:30pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. You can pre-buy your tickets during lunch at the rock. Please join us for a tale of revenge, love, and some questionable pies.

Churchill Football Players

If you are planning on playing football next fall or are thinking about playing, this is a reminder that Spring football starts on Monday, June 5th after school from 4-6 PM. Practices will take place Monday June 5th through Friday June 9th after school. There are no other sport conflicts, so if you are planning on playing football in the fall, you are expected to be at Spring practice everyday. If you have questions, please contact Coach Robinson.

Yearbooks

Yearbooks have arrived and will be ready for pick-up next week. You must be on the paid list to pick up a book. Please see Ken in the finance office to pay for your yearbook right away.

Dance Club

Dance Club meets today at lunch in the cafeteria.

Magic the Gathering

Join us in F55 tomorrow at lunch to play this fun interactive card game.

Hack Club

Hack Club meets after school tomorrow in Wilder’s Rm STEM 118.

LSU

LSU please meet by the planters today to discuss club fair details.

From Your Library

Return your library books by this coming Monday, June 5th. After that date late fees will apply: 25 cents per day. Thank you for using your library.