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Friday, September 29, 2017

Senior Photo

Senior photo “At The Rock” is scheduled for next Tuesday, October 3rd, 5 mins. before the end of 2nd period.

Manufacturing Field Trip

Permission slips for the manufacturing field trip are due by the end of the day in the School-to-Career office.

Leadership

The month of October is National Bullying Prevention month. Everyday approximately 160,000 teens skip school due to bullying. Here at Churchill we do not tolerate bullying and will be discussing bullying prevention and awareness throughout this coming month. To show your support, we are asking all CHS students and staff to wear blue on Monday. Together let’s stand up and stomp out bullying.

Homecoming is coming. The theme is Under the Sea. Who are you bringing? The game and assembly are Friday, Oct. 27th and the dance is Saturday, Oct 28th. Guest forms are now available in the front office.

Bus Passes

Bus Passes for October are available in the Finance Office.

Note from Nurse Kim

Did you know that strong scents in perfumes, colognes, and scented body products can cause problems for your fellow students and school staff? Many students and staff in our building have reactions to strong scents. These products can cause headaches, breathing problems, and even severe or life-threatening allergic reactions in sensitive people. I’m taking this moment to ask you to please consider your fellow students and staff when choosing to use scented products. Thank you.

College Visit

Today, Western Oregon University at 11:30 in F39

Robotics Club

Calling all Robot fans! Come to the big STEM room after school next Friday, October 6 to learn about Churchill robotics and eat some snacks! No prior experience is needed!

Walk Bike to School

Do something healthy for yourself and the earth. Walk or Bike to School, sponsored by the Rachel Carson Academy, is next Wednesday. Walk, bike, or skate to CHS between 8:30-9:30 and enter the raffle for a chance to win a gift card or pass to one of your favorite places. Carpool or bus and get free chocolate. Help us make a difference next Wednesday!

Pacific Islander

Pacific Islander Club meets today at lunch in C8. Don’t forget to bring “DA GRINDZ”.

Sports

Today:  Boys Soccer at Corvallis at 4pm: All three teams: Release at 1:30;  Varsity Football at Thurston at 7pm:  Load at 4pm

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Senior Photo

Senior photo “At The Rock” is scheduled for next Tuesday, October 3rd, 5 mins. before the end of 2nd period.

Leadership

The month of October is National Bullying Prevention month. Everyday approximately 160,000 teens skip school due to bullying. Here at Churchill we do not tolerate bullying and will be discussing bullying prevention and awareness throughout this coming month. To show your support, we are asking all CHS students and staff to wear blue on Monday, Oct. 2. Together let’s stand up and stomp out bullying.

Homecoming is coming. The theme is Under the Sea. Who are you bringing? The game and assembly are Friday, Oct. 27th and the dance is Saturday, Oct 28th.

Volunteer Opportunity

McCornack Mentor applications are still available to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. Applications are due  today. This position requires the student to have a free third period and skills in science and math are a plus. High School credit will be given. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career Center for an application.

Bus Passes

Bus Passes are now available in the Finance Office.

JV Football Players

You are encouraged to attend the Varsity study hall after school today in Coach K’s room. You have time before your game, and the study hall is a great opportunity to get academic help from Coaches, Teachers, and Varsity players. See you there!

Upcoming College Visits

Tomorrow, Pacific Lutheran University 10:30am in F39 and Western Oregon University at 11:30 in F39

Asian Student Union

ASU will meet today during lunch in Rm H23. Everyone is welcome.

Robotics Club

Calling all Robot fans! Come to the big STEM room after school next Friday, October 6 to learn about Churchill robotics and eat some snacks! No prior experience is needed!

Walk Bike to School

Do something healthy for yourself and the earth. Walk or Bike to School, sponsored by the Rachel Carson Academy, is next Wednesday. Walk, bike, or skate to CHS between 8:30-9:30 and enter the raffle for a chance to win a gift card or pass to one of your favorite places. Carpool or bus and get free chocolate. Help us make a difference next Wednesday!

BSU

BSU meets today in J9 at lunch. Everyone is welcome no matter gender, race, or sexual orientation.

Pacific Islander

Pacific Islander Club meets tomorrow at lunch in C8. Don’t forget to bring “DA GRINDZ”.

Sports

Today:  JV Football vs. Thurston at 6:30pm: No early release;  Girls JV/V Soccer vs. Corvallis at 4pm:  Release at 2:45pm;  Volleyball at Thurston:  530/645pm: No Early Release

Friday:  Boys Soccer at Corvallis at 4pm: All three teams:Release at 1:30;  Varsity Football at Thurston at 7pm:  Load at 4pm

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Interact Club

Want community service and leadership opportunities? Come to F36 today at lunch for Interact Club.

Leadership

The month of October is National Bullying Prevention month. Everyday approximately 160,000 teens skip school due to bullying. Here at Churchill we do not tolerate bullying and will be discussing bullying prevention and awareness throughout this coming month. To show your support, we are asking all CHS students and staff to wear blue on Monday, Oct. 2. Together let’s stand up and stomp out bullying.

Homecoming is coming. The theme is Under the Sea. Who are you bringing? The game and assembly are Friday, Oct. 27th and the dance is Saturday, Oct 28th.

Volunteer Opportunity

McCornack Mentor applications are still available to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. Applications are due  tomorrow. This position requires the student to have a free third period and skills in science and math are a plus. High School credit will be given. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career Center for an application.

Seniors

If you need to complete a Lancer Extended Application Project — known as LEAP —  Contracts are available at the School-to-Career office, with your counselor, and at the Career Center desk. Don’t delay — pick yours up today! See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building if you have questions.

Upcoming College Visits

Today, Whitworth University, 1:15pm in F39

Friday, Pacific Lutheran University 10:30am in F39 and Western Oregon University at 11:30 in F39

Anime Club

Anime Club will meet today in H23 from 3:30-4:30.

Asian Student Union

ASU will meet during lunch tomorrow in Rm H23. Everyone is welcome.

Walk Bike to School

Do something healthy for yourself and the earth. Walk or Bike to School, sponsored by the Rachel Carson Academy, is next Wednesday. Walk, bike, or skate to CHS between 8:30-9:30 and enter the raffle for a chance to win a gift card or pass to one of your favorite places. Carpool or bus and get free chocolate. Help us make a difference next Wednesday!

BSU

BSU meets tomorrow in J9 at lunch. Everyone is welcome no matter gender, race, or sexual orientation.

Sports

Today:  JV2 Soccer at Monroe Middle School vs. Sheldon at 4:30pm: Release at 2pm

Thursday:  JV Football vs. Thurston at 6:30pm: No early release;  Girls JV/V Soccer vs. Corvallis at 4pm:  Release at 2:45pm;  Volleyball at Thurston:  530/645pm: No Early Release

Friday:  Boys Soccer at Corvallis at 4pm: All three teams:Release at 1:30;  Varsity Football at Thurston at 7pm:  Load at 4pm

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

NASU

All students that identify as Native American please meet in B1 at lunch today.

National Honor Society

NHS will meet today during lunch in the choir room.

Volunteer Opportunities

Any student with a free period is welcome to apply to volunteer at Kennedy Middle School, ATA, or McCornack Elementary School. Please fill out the purple Community Service Application and turn it in to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Applications are available in front of the School-to-Career office in the Career Center.

Seniors

If you need to complete a Lancer Extended Application Project — known as LEAP —  Contracts are available at the School-to-Career office, with your counselor, and at the Career Center desk. Don’t delay — pick yours up today! See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building if you have questions.

You can file your financial aid form starting October 1st and it’s time now to start applying for scholarships. We can  help. Come to our Financial Aid and Scholarship Night tomorrow at 6:30pm in the Auditorium.

Upcoming College Visits

Today, Pacific University, at lunch in F39

Tomorrow, Whitworth University, 1:15pm in F39

Friday, Pacific Lutheran University 10:30am in F39 and Western Oregon University at 11:30 in F39

Anime Club

Anime Club will meet in H23 from 3:30-4:30 tomorrow.

Sports

Today: Volleyball vs. Springfield:  JV/JV2 at 5:30pm/Varsity at 6:45pm;  Boys JV/V Soccer at Thurston at 4:30pm: Release at 2:15pm

Wednesday:  JV2 Soccer at Monroe Middle School vs. Sheldon at 4:30pm: Release at 2pm

Thursday:  JV Football vs. Thurston at 6:30pm: No early release;  Girls JV/V Soccer vs. Corvallis at 4pm:  Release at 2:45pm;  Volleyball at Thurston:  530/645pm: No Early Release

Friday:  Boys Soccer at Corvallis at 4pm: All three teams:Release at 1:30;  Varsity Football at Thurston at 7pm:  Load at 4pm

Monday, September 25, 2017

National Honor Society

NHS will meet tomorrow during lunch in the choir room. Spread the word.

Gender & Sexuality Alliance

GSA meets today at lunch in F55. See you there.

Volunteer Opportunities

Any student with a free period is welcome to apply to volunteer at Kennedy Middle School, ATA, or McCornack Elementary School. Please fill out the purple Community Service Application and turn it in to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Applications are available in front of the School-to-Career office in the Career Center.

Seniors

If you need to complete a Lancer Extended Application Project — known as LEAP —  Contracts are available at the School-to-Career office, with your counselor, and at the Career Center desk. Don’t delay — pick yours up today! See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building if you have questions.

You can file your financial aid form starting October 1st and it’s time now to start applying for scholarships. We can  help. Come to our Financial Aid and Scholarship Night tomorrow at 6:30pm in the Auditorium.

Upcoming College Visits

Tomorrow, the 26th, Pacific University, at lunch in F39

Wednesday, the 27th, Whitworth University, 1:15pm in F39

Friday, the 29th, Pacific Lutheran University 10:30am in F39 and Western Oregon University at 11:30 in F39

Sports

Today: Girls JV Soccer vs. Thurston at 4:30pm on Grass Field: No Early Release;  Girls V Soccer vs. Thurston at 6:30pm on Turf

Tuesday: Volleyball vs. Springfield:  JV/JV2 at 5:30pm/Varsity at 6:45pm;  Boys JV/V Soccer at Thurston at 4:30pm: Release at 2:15pm

Wednesday:  JV2 Soccer at Monroe Middle School vs. Sheldon at 4:30pm: Release at 2pm

Thursday:  JV Football vs. Thurston at 6:30pm: No early release;  Girls JV/V Soccer vs. Corvallis at 4pm:  Release at 2:45pm;  Volleyball at Thurston:  530/645pm: No Early Release

Friday:  Boys Soccer at Corvallis at 4pm: All three teams:Release at 1:30;  Varsity Football at Thurston at 7pm:  Load at 4pm

Friday, September 22, 2017

Upcoming College Visits

Monday the 25th: University of Oregon, 10:00am in F39

Tuesday the 26th, Pacific University, at lunch in F39

Wednesday, the 27th, Whitworth University, 1:15pm in F39

Friday, the 29th, Pacific Lutheran University 10:30am in F39 and Western Oregon University at 11:30 in F39

Seniors

You can file your financial aid form starting October 1st and it’s time now to start applying for scholarships. We can  help. Come to our Financial Aid and Scholarship Night on Tuesday at 6:30pm in the Auditorium.

Career Opportunities

Manufacturing Day: Churchill students have the opportunity to attend Experience Oregon Manufacturing. Students will tour wood or food manufacturing sites to learn what career opportunities are available in this industry. The bus will leave from Churchill on Friday, October 6th,  at 9 a.m. and return at 1:45 p.m.  Lunch is provided. Space is limited so sign up outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Work Study: Attention Juniors and Seniors – A Work Study position at César Chávez is now open for the 2017-2018 school year. Please bring your resume and one Churchill teacher reference to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Work Study gives you class credit and a grade for a paid job with a local Churchill region school.

McCornack Mentors: Applications are now available to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors to be a McCornack Mentor. These positions require the student to have a free third period and skills in science and math are a plus. High School credit will be given. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career Center for an application.

Sports

Today:  VB at Crater: Release at 10:45am (All three teams with bus travel);  V FB at North Eugene 7pm: No Early Release;  XC at Meriwether Classic: Release at 10:40am (Bus trip)

Saturday: JV/V Boys Soccer vs. Ashland at 4pm

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Happy Birthday

Make sure to wish our Lancer Leader, Mr. Borgerding, Happy Birthday today!

Zach Cooper

Zach Cooper, a fellow Lancer, recently suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed in his left side. After 3 brain surgeries he is now on his long road to recovery. If you are able to help support Zach and his family, students are carrying around donation buckets, a donation bucket is in the front office, or you can donate to his go fund me website at www.gofundme.com/moola4zach.

Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors

Join us tonight for “Finding Your Way through High School” Information Night at 6:30pm in the auditorium. We will provide information on Graduation Requirements, Timelines, Calendar of Events, Helpful Hints and Frequently Asked Questions.  Please bring your parent or guardian too.

Upcoming College Visits

Monday the 25th: University of Oregon, 10:00am in F39

Tuesday the 26th, Pacific University, at lunch in F39

Wednesday, the 27th, Whitworth University, 1:15pm in F39

Friday, the 29th, Pacific Lutheran University 10:30am in F39 and Western Oregon University at 11:30 in F39

WISE

Women in Science & Engineering will meet today at lunch in the STEM conference room.

Career Opportunities

Manufacturing Day: Churchill students have the opportunity to attend Experience Oregon Manufacturing. Students will tour wood or food manufacturing sites to learn what career opportunities are available in this industry. The bus will leave from Churchill on Friday, October 6th,  at 9 a.m. and return at 1:45 p.m.  Lunch is provided. Space is limited so sign up outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Work Study: Attention Juniors and Seniors – A Work Study position at César Chávez is now open for the 2017-2018 school year. Please bring your resume and one Churchill teacher reference to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Work Study gives you class credit and a grade for a paid job with a local Churchill region school.

McCornack Mentors: Applications are now available to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors to be a McCornack Mentor. These positions require the student to have a free third period and skills in science and math are a plus. High School credit will be given. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career Center for an application.

Asian Student Union

ASU will have a meeting during lunch today. Everyone is welcome to come to H23 to join us.

Thespians

This year’s first Thespian meeting is today. We invite anyone who would like to be a part of theatre, tech, costumes, sets, or crew to come to H8 at lunch.

Black Student Union

BSU starts back up today at lunch in J9, Leah Dunbar’s room. It’s going to be a great year so come check it out. Everyone is welcome no matter gender, race, or sexual orientation.

Sports

Today: JV FB vs. NE at 6:30pm: No Early Release;  Boys JV2/JV/V Soccer vs. Crescent Valley: 4pm/4pm: Release 2:45pm;  V/JV Girls Soccer at Crescent Valley: Release at 1:15pm (Double Header: bus trip)

Friday:  VB at Crater: Release at 10:45am (All three teams with bus travel);  V FB at North Eugene 7pm: No Early Release;  XC at Meriwether Classic: Release at 10:40am (Bus trip)

Saturday: JV/V Boys Soccer vs. Ashland at 4pm

Need for Magazines—Art

The Art department can always use donations of old magazines. We like magazines that have plenty of advertising like news, fashion, sports, tabloid, and hobby magazines. It’s the advertising that we study. While they are nice, we really aren’t looking for National Geographic, financial magazines, or trade journals. You can drop off magazines in the front office anytime. We thank you in advance.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Zach Cooper

Zach Cooper, a fellow Lancer, recently suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed in his left side. After 3 brain surgeries he is now on his long road to recovery. If you are able to help support Zach and his family, students are carrying around donation buckets, a donation bucket is in the front office, or you can donate to his go fund me website at www.gofundme.com/moola4zach.  

Interact Club

Want a free pizza? Come to Interact Club today during lunch in F36. See you then.

Career Opportunities

Manufacturing Day: Churchill students have the opportunity to attend Experience Oregon Manufacturing. Students will tour wood or food manufacturing sites to learn what career opportunities are available in this industry. The bus will leave from Churchill on Friday, October 6th,  at 9 a.m. and return at 1:45 p.m.  Lunch is provided. Space is limited so sign up outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Work Study: Attention Juniors and Seniors – A Work Study position at César Chávez is now open for the 2017-2018 school year. Please bring your resume and one Churchill teacher reference to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Work Study gives you class credit and a grade for a paid job with a local Churchill region school.

McCornack Mentors: Applications are now available to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors to be a McCornack Mentor. These positions require the student to have a free third period and skills in science and math are a plus. High School credit will be given. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career Center for an application.

Asian Student Union

ASU will have a meeting during lunch tomorrow. Everyone is welcome to come to H23 to join us.

Anime Club

Anime Club will meet in H23 from 3:30-4:30 today.

Thespians

This year’s first Thespian meeting is tomorrow. We invite anyone who would like to be a part of theatre, tech, costumes, sets, or crew to come to H8 at lunch.

Black Student Union

BSU starts back up tomorrow at lunch in the auditorium. It’s going to be a great year so come check it out. Everyone is welcome no matter gender, race, or social orientation.

Sports

Thursday: JV FB vs. NE at 6:30pm: No Early Release;  Boys Soccer vs. Crescent Valley: 4pm/4pm: Release 2:45pm;  V/JV Girls Soccer at Crescent Valley: Release at 1:15pm (Double Header: bus trip)

Friday:  VB at Crater: Release at 10:45am (All three teams with bus travel);  V FB at North Eugene 7pm: Load at 4:15pm;  XC at Meriwether Classic: Release at 10:40am (Bus trip)

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Zach Cooper

Zach Cooper, a fellow Lancer, recently suffered a stroke that left him paralyzed in his left side. After 3 brain surgeries he is now on his long road to recovery. If you are able to help support Zach and his family, a donation bucket is in the front office or you can donate to his go fund me website at www.gofundme.com/moola4zach.  

Interact Club

Want a free pizza? Come to Interact Club tomorrow during lunch in F36. See you then.

Theatre/Auditorium Tech

There is a Theatre/Auditorium Tech meeting in the auditorium after school today. Anyone who did not attend the meeting last week needs to attend this one.

Anime Club

Anime Club will meet in H23 from 3:30-4:30 tomorrow.

Thespians

This year’s first Thespian meeting is Thursday. We invite anyone who would like to be a part of theatre, tech, costumes, sets, or crew to come to H8 at lunch on Thursday.

BSU

BSU starts back up this Thursday at lunch in the auditorium. It’s going to be a great year so come check it out. Everyone is welcome no matter gender, race, or social orientation.

Sports

Today:  V Girls Soccer at Springfield at 4pm: Release at 1:45pm;   Boys Soccer vs. Springfield at 4:30pm: No Early Release

Thursday: JV FB vs. NE at 6:30pm: No Early Release;  Boys Soccer vs. Crescent Valley: 4pm/4pm: Release 2:45pm;  V/JV Girls Soccer at Crescent Valley: Release at 1:15pm (Double Header: bus trip)

Friday:  VB at Crater: Release at 10:45am (All three teams with bus travel);  V FB at North Eugene 7pm: Load at 4:15pm;  XC at Meriwether Classic: Release at 10:40am (Bus trip)