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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Tri 2 Office Aides

Office Aides are needed for 3rd period next trimester. You must be a junior or senior and have a C or better in all classes from trimester1. See Jill in the office if interested.

School Grounds

As the cold weather and darkness sets in why don’t you give a little pick me up to one of your friends, teachers, office staff,  or co-workers.  For just $2.00 you can purchase a drink from School Grounds and have it delivered to that special someone.  You can do this anonymously or send a private message.  Please visit School Grounds 2nd period for more information.

Women in Science & Engineering

WISE meets today at lunch in the STEM conference room. All students are invited.

Baseball Players

Baseball players – please meet in F55 for lunch today.

Art Club

Art Club meets today at lunch in B1.

Bus Passes

December Bus Passes are now available in the finance office.

Class Schedules

All students, please check your Trimester 2 schedules and make any changes today. The new trimester begins next Tuesday. Schedules keep changing for various reasons so keep checking StudentVue.

Cap and Gown Orders

Seniors, it’s not too late to order your cap and gown for graduation. Miners will continue to accept orders at www.minersgrad.com, or pick up an order sheet in the front office. Order soon to make sure you get the size and color you need.

Seniors

Senior pictures are due to Yearbook the last day before Winter Break, December 15. Submission information is available in the office.

Juniors and Seniors

The Eugene Youth Trades Academy Applications are now available at the table in front of the School-to-Career office and in the Career Center. This is a great introduction into the trades, get high school credit, and complete your LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School to Career office for more details. Deadline to apply is Friday, December 8th.

A Work Study position is open at Twin Oaks Elementary — Work, get paid, and get class credit! Student must be at least 16 and be a junior or senior with good attendance, on track for graduation, and have reliable transportation. Turn in your resume to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building today.

Attention Lancer Freshmen

The Lancer program will be conducting two informational meetings to explain more on how to become a coordinator for the program. If you would like more information on how to be a part of our school’s single largest community fundraiser, come to one of these two meetings. The first is today and the second is Dec 5th. Both are at lunch in Rm B-17. This is a very special event that was started by students, organized by students, participated by students, to benefit students. Any questions see Ms Wilgus in B-17.

Gym Closed

Due to inappropriate behavior, the gym is closed during lunch today.

Movie Night

BSU & the NAACP Youth Council are hosting a student union social movie night tonight in the auditorium from 7-9pm. Cool Runnings will be shown. BSU welcomes all student unions to come join us. Snacks will be provided.

Asian Student Union

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

Black Student Union

BSU meets today at lunch in J9.

Ya viene el invierno: Decisiones y notificaciones para días de nieve

Planifique con tiempo, regístrese ahora para recibir textos con alertas de cierre de escuelas

Cuando hay mal tiempo en el invierno, las escuelas pueden cerrar o comenzar tarde y los autobuses pueden utilizar las rutas de nieve. Estas decisiones son hechas para el distrito entero y aplican a todas las escuelas de 4J.

Cómo se toma la decisión:

Normalmente, las decisiones sobre cambios del horario de clases por el clima inclemente se toman en la mañana antes del inicio de las clases, cuando se pueden evaluar las condiciones del clima. Creemos que servimos mejor a los alumnos y a las familias cuando las escuelas están abiertas. Nuestra prioridad y el motivo de cualquier cierre de escuelas es la seguridad de nuestros alumnos y personal.

Cómo saber si hay un cambio:

Si el distrito decide cambiar el horario de clases o las rutas de autobuses, esto será comunicado lo más pronto posible en varias maneras, siempre antes de las 6:30 a.m. Si no hay ningún cambio de horario o de rutas de autobuses, NO habrá ningún anuncio.

  • Regístrese para recibir alertas de mensajes de texto—mande al número 40404 el mensaje FOLLOW 4JWEATHER (y si recibe mensajes adicionales que no desee, responda SET DISCOVER OFF)
  • Revise la página web del distrito (www.4j.lane.edu)
  • Revise la página de Facebook del distrito (facebook.com/4Jschools)
  • Consulta las estaciones de noticias locales por radio, televisión o internet
  • Marca el número de teléfono de emergencia en español, 541-790-7738
  • ¿Qué significa el anuncio?

Cierre de escuela (“Schools Closed”): No hay clases para los alumnos, aunque pueda ser que algunos miembros del personal estén trabajando. El distrito decidirá antes del mediodía si se permitirán actividades extracurriculares o el uso de las instalaciones por miembros de la comunidad.

Retraso de dos horas (“Two-Hour Delay”): Las clases comenzarán dos horas más tarde y terminarán a la hora normal en un día escolar regular. Si normalmente hubiera sido un día de entrada tarde, el programa de entrada tarde será cancelado y el horario para la apertura retrasada en un día normal se seguirá. Los autobuses conducirán cautelosamente, ajustándose a las condiciones, así que el horario para recoger y dejar a los estudiantes puede retrasarse.

Rutas de nieve (“Snow Routes”): Algunas rutas de los autobuses escolares tienen rutas alternativas de nieve (“snow routes”) que pueden ser utilizadas cuando la nieve y el hielo crean condiciones peligrosas en elevaciones más altas y empinadas. Esto ayuda a minimizar el cierre de escuelas debido al clima inclemente. Cuando los autobuses utilicen estas rutas alternativas las ubicaciones de las paradas de autobuses serán diferentes tanto como el horario. Podrá encontrar más información en www.4j.lane.edu/transportation/snowroutes.

Opción de los padres (“Parent Choice”): Cuando la escuela este en sesión durante el clima invernal, se les urge a las familias considerar las condiciones de las carreteras donde viven, tomar su propia decisión basada en la seguridad, y notificar a la escuela si su estudiante no asistirá a la escuela. Las decisiones de los padres sobre la ausencia de sus estudiantes por razones de seguridad en el clima inclemente serán respetadas.

Podrá encontrar más información en inglés en el sitio web www.4j.lane.edu/weather.

Winter Is Coming: Snow Day Decisions and Notifications

Plan ahead, sign up now for school closure alert texts

When winter weather arrives, schools may be closed or delayed or buses may use snow routes. These decisions are made district wide and are the same for every 4J school.

How the decision is made:

Typically, weather-related school schedule decisions are made in the early morning, before school, when current weather conditions can be assessed. We believe students and families are best served when we are open. Our main concern and the reason for any school closure is the safety of our students and staff.

How to find out if there is a change:

If the district decides to make a change to the school schedule or bus routes, it is communicated as quickly as possible in several ways, all well before 6:30 a.m. If schools and buses are on their regular schedule, there will NOT be an announcement.

  • Sign up for text-message alerts — send a text to 40404 that says FOLLOW 4JWEATHER (if you receive extra messages you don’t want, reply SET DISCOVER OFF)
  • Like Eugene School District 4J on our Facebook page, facebook.com/4Jschools
  • Check the 4J website, www.4j.lane.edu
  • Tune in to local news media
  • What does the announcement mean?

School Closure: There is no school for students, although some staff will be at work. The district will make a decision by noon about whether any after-school student activities or community use of buildings may take place.

Two-Hour Delay: School will start two hours late and end at the normal dismissal time for a regular school day. If it would normally have been a late-start day, the late-start schedule will be canceled and the schedule for delayed opening on a normal day will be followed. Buses will drive cautiously, adjusting to conditions, so pickup and return may be delayed.

Snow Routes: Some school bus routes have alternate “snow routes” that may be used when snow and ice make road conditions hazardous at higher and steeper elevations. This helps limit the need for school closures in harsh weather. When school buses operate on these snow routes, some students will have a different bus stop location and time than on the regular route. More information is at www.4j.lane.edu/transportation/snowroutes.

Parent Choice: When school is in session during wintry weather, families are encouraged to consider the road conditions in their areas, make their own decisions based on safety, and notify the school if their student will be staying home. Parents’ decisions about student absences for hazardous weather safety reasons will be honored.

For more information, please see www.4j.lane.edu/weather.

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Tri 2 Office Aides

Office Aides are needed for 3rd & 4th periods next trimester. You must be a junior or senior and have a C or better in all classes from trimester1. See Jill in the office if interested.

School Grounds

As the cold weather and darkness sets in why don’t you give a little pick me up to one of your friends, teachers, office staff,  or co-workers.  For just $2.00 you can purchase a drink from School Grounds and have it delivered to that special someone.  You can do this anonymously or send a private message.  Please visit School Grounds 2nd period for more information.

Baseball Players

Baseball players will be meeting in F55 for lunch tomorrow.

Bus Passes

December Bus Passes are now available in the finance office.

Class Schedules

All students, please check your Trimester 2 schedules and make any changes this week. The new trimester begins next Tuesday. Schedules keep changing for various reasons so please keep checking StudentVue.

Cap and Gown Orders

Seniors, it’s not too late to order your cap and gown for graduation. Miners will continue to accept orders at www.minersgrad.com, or pick up an order sheet in the front office. Order soon to make sure you get the size and color you need.

Football Players

Equipment check in and locker room clean out will take place today after school. If you have an open 4th or 5th period you can turn in equipment during your open period; please schedule an appointment with Coach Robinson. Congratulations on a great season, you have so much to be proud of!

Zach Cooper

Today there is a fundraiser for Zach Cooper, a fellow Lancer, who suffered a stroke earlier this year. Zach is getting stronger everyday, but the bills don’t pay themselves. Grab a flyer in the office and head to Papa’s Pizza to show your support.

Seniors

Senior pictures are due to Yearbook the last day before Winter Break, December 15. Submission information is available in the office.

Juniors and Seniors

The Eugene Youth Trades Academy Applications are now available at the table in front of the School-to-Career office and in the Career Center. This is a great introduction into the trades, get high school credit, and complete your LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School to Career office for more details. Deadline to apply is Friday, December 8th.

A Work Study position is open at Twin Oaks Elementary — Work, get paid, and get class credit! Student must be at least 16 and be a junior or senior with good attendance, on track for graduation, and have reliable transportation. Turn in your resume to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building by tomorrow.

Attention Lancer Freshmen

The Lancer program will be conducting two informational meetings to explain more on how to become a coordinator for the program. If you would like more information on how to be a part of our school’s single largest community fundraiser, come to one of these two meetings. The first is Thursday Nov 30 and the second is Dec 5th. Both are at lunch in Rm B-17. This is a very special event that was started by students, organized by students, participated by students, to benefit students. Any questions see Ms Wilgus in B-17.

Interact Club

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

Gym Closed

Due to inappropriate behavior, the gym is closed during lunch for the rest of the trimester.

Key Club

Key Club meets today at lunch in F55.

Music Club

Music Club meets today after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Movie Night

BSU & the NAACP Youth Council are hosting a student union social movie night tomorrow in the auditorium from 7-9pm. Cool Runnings will be shown. BSU welcomes all student unions to come join us. Snacks will be provided.

Asian Student Union

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

Black Student Union

BSU meets tomorrow at lunch in J9.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

School Grounds

As the cold weather and darkness sets in why don’t you give a little pick me up to one of your friends, teachers, office staff,  or co-workers.  For just $2.00 you can purchase a drink from School Grounds and have it delivered to that special someone.  You can do this anonymously or send a private message.  Please visit School Grounds 2nd period for more information.

Bus Passes

December Bus Passes are now available in the finance office.

Class Schedules

All students, please check your Trimester 2 schedules and make any changes this week. The new trimester begins next Tuesday. Schedules keep changing for various reasons so please keep checking StudentVue.

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test

The ASVAB Test will be Friday, December 1st at 9:30 a.m. in the STEM building. You must sign up for the test by today in the School-to-Career office.

Cap and Gown Orders

Seniors, it’s not too late to order your cap and gown for graduation. Miners will continue to accept orders at www.minersgrad.com, or pick up an order sheet in the front office. Order soon to make sure you get the size and color you need.

Football Players

Equipment check in and locker room clean out will take place tomorrow after school. If you have an open 4th or 5th period you can turn in equipment during your open period; please schedule an appointment with Coach Robinson. Congratulations on a great season, you have so much to be proud of!

Zach Cooper

Tomorrow there is a fundraiser for Zach Cooper, a fellow Lancer, who suffered a stroke earlier this year. Zach is getting stronger everyday, but the bills don’t pay themselves. Grab a flyer in the office and head to Papa’s Pizza tomorrow to show your support.

Seniors

Senior pictures are due to Yearbook the last day before Winter Break, December 15. Submission information is available in the office.

LEAP interviews for today only have been cancelled. Seniors, if you are ready for your LEAP interview and have completed the packet, please sign up in the Career Center today for an interview on Wednesday or Thursday.

Film Club

Join us today for Film Club in J9. This month’s movie is Nightmare Before Christmas. Hope to see you there.

Juniors and Seniors

The Eugene Youth Trades Academy Applications are now available at the table in front of the School-to-Career office and in the Career Center. This is a great introduction into the trades, get high school credit, and complete your LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School to Career office for more details. Deadline to apply is Friday, December 8th.

A Work Study position is open at Twin Oaks Elementary — Work, get paid, and get class credit! Student must be at least 16 and be a junior or senior with good attendance, on track for graduation, and have reliable transportation. Turn in your resume to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building by Thursday.

Attention Lancer Freshmen

The Lancer Program is looking to add two freshmen coordinators to its team. If you would like to know more about the Lancer program listen for details in tomorrow’s announcements..

Interact Club

Want community service and leadership opportunities? Come to Interact Club in F36 tomorrow at lunch.

Gym Closed

Due to inappropriate behavior, the gym is closed during lunch for the rest of the trimester.

Key Club

Key Club meets tomorrow at lunch in F55.

Music Club

Music Club meets tomorrow after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Movie Night

BSU & the NAACP Youth Council are hosting a student union social movie night on Thursday, November 30th in the auditorium from 7-9pm. Cool Runnings will be shown. BSU welcomes all student unions to come join us. Snacks will be provided.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Bus Passes

December Bus Passes are now available in the finance office.

Class Schedules

All students, please check your Trimester 2 schedules and make any changes this week. The new trimester begins next Tuesday.

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test

The ASVAB Test will be December 1st at 9:30 a.m. in the STEM building. You must sign up for the test by tomorrow, November 28th, in the School-to-Career office.

Cap and Gown Orders

Seniors, it’s not too late to order your cap and gown for graduation. Miners will continue to accept orders at www.minersgrad.com, or pick up an order sheet in the front office. Order soon to make sure you get the size and color you need.

GSA

GSA meets today at lunch in F55. All are welcome.

Seniors

Senior pictures are due the last day before Winter Break, December 15. Submission information is available in the office.

LEAP Days begin Tuesday in the College and Career Center! This is a chance to complete your LEAP interview and get this graduation requirement completed. Questions? See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

Film Club

Join us tomorrow for Film Club in J9. This month’s movie is Nightmare Before Christmas. Hope to see you there.

Attention Lancer Freshmen

The Lancer Program is looking to add two freshmen coordinators to its team. If you would like to know more about the Lancer program listen for details on Wednesday.

Interact Club

Want community service and leadership opportunities? Come to Interact Club in F36 Wednesday at lunch.

Gym Closed

Due to inappropriate behavior, the gym is closed during lunch for the rest of the trimester.

Key Club

Key Club meets Wednesday at lunch in F55.

Music Club

Music Club meets Wednesday after school in F60.

Anime Club

Anime Club meets in H23 from 3:30-4:30 on Wednesday.

Movie Night

BSU & the NAACP Youth Council are hosting a student union social movie night on Thursday, November 30th in the auditorium from 7-9pm. BSU welcomes all student unions to come join us. Snacks will be provided.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Attention Lancer Freshmen

The Lancer Program is looking to add two freshmen coordinators to its team. If you would like to know more about the Lancer program listen for details to come.

Interact Club

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

OBOB

OBOB practice will be today during lunch in room G29.

Key Club

Key Club meets today at lunch in F55.

Work Study Position

A Work Study position is open at Twin Oaks Elementary. The student must be at least 16 and a junior or senior with good attendance, on track for graduation, and have reliable transportation. Turn in your resume to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building by November 30th. Pay: minimum wage. Hours: during school hours, approximately 2 hrs/day. Work, get paid, and get class credit!

Looking for a Job?

Churchill Estates, the retirement community across the street from CHS, has positions open for high school students. In the past, they have had exceptional young men and women from Churchill High School working in their kitchen and dining room and they are very proud and thankful for their work over the years. Applications are available at the front desk at Churchill Estates. Questions? E-mail jobs@churchillestates.net.

Music Club

Music Club meets today after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Attention Seniors

LEAP Days are coming next week! This is a chance to complete your LEAP interview and get this graduation requirement completed. Please check your email for a message about the LEAP Days and use the links to get signed up. Questions? See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

Juniors and Seniors

The Eugene Youth Trades Academy Applications are now available at the table in front of the School-to-Career office and in the Career Center. This is a great introduction into the trades, get high school credit, AND complete your LEAP. Classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. See Mary Beth in the School to Career office for more details.

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test

Churchill will offer the ASVAB-Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test on December 1st at 9:30a.m. in the STEM building. Friday is a no-school day so you won’t miss classes. The test is free and open to students 16 and older. In addition to the testing, in January students will have the opportunity to meet with a certified military counselor to talk about the test results and career options. Learn more at: www.asvabprogram.com or stop by the display outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM building and pick up a booklet. You must sign up for the test by Tuesday, November 28th in the School-to-Career office.

Movie Night

BSU & the NAACP Youth Council are hosting a student union social movie night on November 30th in the auditorium from 7-9pm. BSU welcomes all student unions to come join us. Snacks will be provided.

Pep Rally

Today at lunch at the planters we are having a pep rally for the football team. Go Lancers!

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

College Visit

Today – Cornish College of the Arts at 1:15pm in F39

Interact Club

Want community service and leadership opportunities? Come to Interact Club in F36 tomorrow at lunch.

OBOB

OBOB practice will be tomorrow during lunch in room G29.

Film Club

Join us today in J9 for Film Club. We will watch and analyze movies by playing games and reenacting scenes. Hope to see you there.

Key Club

Key Club meets tomorrow at lunch in F55.

Work Study Position

A Work Study position is open at Twin Oaks Elementary. The student must be at least 16 and a junior or senior with good attendance, on track for graduation, and have reliable transportation. Turn in your resume to Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building by November 30th. Pay: minimum wage. Hours: during school hours, approximately 2 hrs/day. Work, get paid, and get class credit!

Looking for a Job?

Churchill Estates, the retirement community across the street from CHS, has positions open for high school students. In the past, they have had exceptional young men and women from Churchill High School working in their kitchen and dining room and they are very proud and thankful for their work over the years. Applications are available at the front desk at Churchill Estates. Questions? E-mail jobs@churchillestates.net.

Music Club

Music Club meets tomorrow after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Attention Seniors

LEAP Days are coming next week! This is a chance to complete your LEAP interview and get this graduation requirement completed. Please check your email for a message about the LEAP Days and use the links to get signed up. Questions? See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

Juniors and Seniors

The Eugene Youth Trades Academy Applications are now available at the table in front of the School-to-Career office and in the Career Center. This is a great introduction into the trades, get high school credit, AND complete your LEAP. Classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. See Mary Beth in the School to Career office for more details.

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test

Churchill will offer the ASVAB-Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test on December 1st at 9:30a.m. in the STEM building. Friday is a no-school day so you won’t miss classes. The test is free and open to students 16 and older. In addition to the testing, in January students will have the opportunity to meet with a certified military counselor to talk about the test results and career options. Learn more at: www.asvabprogram.com or stop by the display outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM building and pick up a booklet. You must sign up for the test by Tuesday, November 28th in the School-to-Career office.

Movie Night

BSU & the NAACP Youth Council are hosting a student union social movie night on November 30th in the auditorium from 7-9pm. BSU welcomes all student unions to come join us. Snacks will be provided.

Native American Student Union

NASU meets today at lunch in D2.

Pep Rally

Tomorrow at lunch at the planters we are having a pep rally for the football team. Don’t forget to wear your CHS colors!

JV Football Players

Check in with Coach Robinson TODAY at lunch if you are interested in riding with the team to the State Championship game.  If you DO NOT check in TODAY, you may not be able to ride the bus on Saturday.

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Monday, November 20, 2017

College & Career Visits

Today – Are you interested in a career in the Navy? Come meet with a representative at lunch in room F39.

Tuesday – Cornish College of the Arts, tomorrow at 1:15pm in F39

Interact Club

Want community service and leadership opportunities? Come to Interact Club in F36 on Wednesday at lunch.

Book Worm Club

Book Worm Club is cancelled for today. OBOB practice will be held on Wednesday during lunch in room G29.

Film Club

Join us tomorrow in J9 for Film Club. We will watch and analyze movies by playing games and reenacting scenes. Hope to see you there.

GSA

The transgender day of remembrance is an annual observance to honor the memory of transgender people who have lost their lives due to anti-trans violence. These attacks disproportionately affect transgender women of color. Today we remember the 25 trans individuals taken too soon in 2017 alone. GSA asks for a moment of silence to commemorate these victims and all others lost in years past.

Key Club

Key Club will meet Wednesday at lunch in F55.

Music Club

Music Club meets Wednesday after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Lane Community College Placement Testing

Lane Community College Placement testing will be today, November 20th, after school in STEM 118. Please make sure you bring your photo ID and L-number.

Attention Seniors

LEAP Days are coming next week! This is a chance to complete your LEAP interview and get this graduation requirement completed. Please check your email for a message about the LEAP Days and use the links to get signed up. Questions? See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

Juniors and Seniors

The Eugene Youth Trades Academy Applications are now available at the table in front of the School-to-Career office and in the Career Center. This is a great introduction into the trades, get high school credit, AND complete your LEAP. Classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. See Mary Beth in the School to Career office for more details.

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test

Churchill will offer the ASVAB-Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test on December 1st at 9:30a.m. in the STEM building. Friday is a no-school day so you won’t miss classes. The test is free and open to students 16 and older. In addition to the testing, in January students will have the opportunity to meet with a certified military counselor to talk about the test results and career options. Learn more at: www.asvabprogram.com or stop by the display outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM building and pick up a booklet. You must sign up for the test by Tuesday, November 28th in the School-to-Career office.

Sports

Congratulations to the Churchill Football Team – players, coaches, and support staff! The team played great and withstood another come from behind effort by the Cougars, but we stood our ground and came out on top. Our Band, cheer team, and fans represented our school and community well by filling up the visiting section and cheering on our Lancers. Now we are headed to the state finals Saturday night at Hillsboro Stadium at 6pm. Go Lancers!