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Friday, March 23, 2018

Clubs Today

Hack Club meets after school in STEM 118; Women’s Empowerment & Crafting meets at lunch; Pacific Islander Club meets at lunch in C8: We will be going over our Tri 3 schedule and activity.

Black Student Union

This week the Black Student Union has a display to give information about Black Lives Matter and what it really is. Teachers have posters up in front of their rooms and there is a full display in the auditorium.

School-Wide Book Club

Do you like to read? CHS is having this year’s first school-wide book club on Friday, April 20th during lunch in room G29. We will talk about the dystopian book Scythe (pronounced SY-TH) by Neal Shusterman. Drop by the library and pick up a copy.

Library

Don’t forget to check out some fun reads for Spring Break. The CHS Library has many new books.

Found

A gold cross necklace pendant was found in the locker bay. See Katy in counseling to identify and claim.

Sports

Saturday: JV Baseball hosts Oakridge: Noon/2pm

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Clubs Today

ASU meets at lunch in H23; BSU meets at lunch in J9; Thespian Club meets at lunch in H8; WISE meets at lunch in the STEM Conference Room.

Senior Grad Party

Senior Grad Party tickets will be sold at lunch in the student lounge.

Gym

The gym is open at lunch.

GSA

GSA missed its meeting this Monday. Come join us today at lunch in F55 for a make-up meeting. We will be discussing pronouns and birth names.

Pacific Islander Club

The Pacific Islander Club will meet in C8 on Friday.  We will be going over our trimester 3 schedule and activity.

Black Student Union

This week the Black Student Union has a display to give information about Black Lives Matter and what it really is. Teachers have posters up in front of their rooms and there will be a full display in the auditorium today and tomorrow.

School-Wide Book Club

Do you like to read? CHS is having this year’s first school-wide book club on Friday, April 20th during lunch in room G29. We will talk about the dystopian book Scythe (pronounced SY-TH) by Neal Shusterman. Drop by the library and pick up a copy.

Library

Don’t forget to check out some fun reads for Spring Break. The CHS Library has many new books. The library will be closed tomorrow morning until 8:30 for the Student of the Month celebration so please plan ahead.

Sports

Today: Softball at Springfield  at 3/5pm; JV Baseball vs. Thurston at 4pm: Release at 2pm;  Boys Tennis vs. Thurston at 4pm: Release at 3pm; Girls Tennis at Thurston at 4pm: Release at 2:45pm

Saturday: JV Baseball hosts Oakridge: Noon/2pm

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Clubs Today

Young Republicans meet at lunch in the IHS Hall; Interact Club meets at lunch in F36; Anime Club meets from 3:30-4:30 in H23; Key Club meets at lunch in F55: A representative from the Long Tom Watershed will be giving a presentation about water conservation and how we can protect our drinking water.

WISE

The WISE Women in Science and Engineering Club is looking forward to seeing students at the WISE Symposium today at 3:30. Check-in begins in front of the auditorium.

Students

If any students from last term have not returned their Magruder’s American Government textbook please return them to the library ASAP. We do not have enough textbooks for the students that are now in that class.

CHS Tennis

Congratulations to both the boys and girls tennis teams won their matches 8-0 against Springfield yesterday.  

 

School-Wide Book Club

Do you like to read? CHS is having this year’s first school-wide book club on Friday, April 20th during lunch in room G29. We will talk about the dystopian book Scythe (pronounced SY-TH) by Neal Shusterman. Drop by the library and pick up a copy.

Library

Don’t forget to check out some fun reads for Spring Break. The CHS Library has many new books. The library will be closed Friday morning until 8:30 for the Student of the Month celebration so please plan ahead.

Sports

Today: Track at North Eugene at 3:30pm: Release at 1:30pm

Thursday: Softball at Springfield  at 3/5pm; JV Baseball vs. Thurston at 4pm: Release at 2pm;  Boys Tennis vs. Thurston at 4pm: Release at 3pm; Girls Tennis at Thurston at 4pm: Release at 2:45pm

Saturday: JV Baseball hosts Oakridge: Noon/2pm

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

WISE

The WISE Women in Science and Engineering Club is looking forward to seeing students at the WISE Symposium tomorrow at 3:30. Plenty of food, prizes, and cool workshops.

CHS Tennis

Congrats to the girls’ tennis team who tied 4-4 and the boys’ team who won 7-1 against Willamette yesterday.

Students

If any students from last term have not returned their Magruder’s American Government textbook please return them to the library ASAP. We do not have enough textbooks for the students that are now in that class.

Career & Community Service Opportunities

Dairy Queen on Highway 99 is hiring. Pick up an application on the table in front of the School-to-Career office.

Eugene Public Library – April 13th 14th, and 15th ~ Help with set up, sale, and tear down.

The PeaceJam Youth Leadership Conference – U of O April 7th and 8th –  PeaceJam Northwest hosts teens from all over the Pacific Northwest for a two-day conference that explores the toughest issues facing the world today and offers tools to make a difference.

Camas Ridge Community School Outdoor Program – May 9th-11th – Three days, two nights in a beautiful natural setting, gaining experience working with children.

Eugene ToolBox Project – Serving the Eugene-Springfield metro area by providing members with low cost access to home repair and garden tools. Volunteers are needed to assist with fundraising, outreach, staffing tool repair, maintenance, and other efforts.

Oregon Soccer Presents St. Baldrick’s Baldfest – Pape Field on April 22nd at 2:00pm – Support life-saving children’s cancer research with the St. Baldrick’s foundation.

Visit the college and career center and have a look at the Community Service wall for more information about any of these opportunities.

Gym

The gym is open at lunch.

Black Student Union

This week the Black Student Union will be putting up a display to give information about what it really is.  Teachers will have posters up in front of their rooms and there will be a full display in the auditorium this Thursday and Friday.

Sports

Today: Softball vs. Thurston at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Varsity Baseball at Thurston at 1:30/3:30 pm: Release at 11:05 am;  JV Baseball at Thurston at 2/4 pm: Release at 11:30 am; Boys Tennis vs Springfield at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Springfield at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm

Wednesday: Track at North Eugene at 3:30 pm: Release at 1:30 pm

Thursday: Softball at Springfield  at 3/5pm; JV Baseball vs. Thurston at 4 pm: Release at 2 pm;  Boys Tennis vs. Thurston at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm; Girls Tennis at Thurston at 4 pm: Release at 2:45 pm

Saturday: JV Baseball hosts Oakridge: Noon/2 pm

Ohana Gathering, 4/6

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Monday, March 19, 2018

All Students & Staff

We take your safety at Churchill High School seriously. In an effort to better secure our school perimeter we will be reinforcing our no entry rule. This means that no longer can we open doors to students or staff who are outside and looking to get in. All staff, students, and visitors will need to enter the building through the front office. Staff with badges will be able to access the building from the outside. We need to ensure that our building is safe. I know this is a significant shift in how we do things, but it is necessary that this rule is enforced and upheld for the safety of all of our students and staff.

Clubs Today

GSA meets at lunch in F55; Climate Action Club meets after school in K8.

LCC Placement Testing

LCC Placement testing is this afternoon at 3:45 in STEM 118. Please bring your “L” number and photo ID. Contact Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building if you have questions.

WISE Symposium

The WISE Symposium is Wednesday at 3:30 beginning in the Auditorium. Please register by 11 p.m. tonight at www.chs.lane.edu and click on the WISE Symposium link under “CHS Headlines.

Career & Community Service Opportunities

Dairy Queen on Highway 99 is hiring. Pick up an application on the table in front of the School-to-Career office.

Eugene Public Library – April 13th 14th, and 15th ~ Help with set up, sale, and tear down.

The PeaceJam Youth Leadership Conference – U of O April 7th and 8th –  PeaceJam Northwest hosts teens from all over the Pacific Northwest for a two-day conference that explores the toughest issues facing the world today and offers tools to make a difference.

Camas Ridge Community School Outdoor Program – May 9th-11th – Three days, two nights in a beautiful natural setting, gaining experience working with children.

Eugene ToolBox Project – Serving the Eugene-Springfield metro area by providing members with low-cost access to home repair and garden tools. Volunteers are needed to assist with fundraising, outreach, staffing tool repair, maintenance, and other efforts.

Oregon Soccer Presents St. Baldrick’s Baldfest – Pape Field on April 22nd at 2:00 pm – Support life-saving children’s cancer research with the St. Baldrick’s foundation.

Visit the college and career center and have a look at the Community Service wall for more information about any of these opportunities.

Congratulations

Congratulations to Churchill’s Downing Street Singers for their outstanding performances at last Thursday’s Clackamas Jazz Festival in Portland. Out of schools from Oregon and Washington, they were awarded 1st place in the large school division. Outstanding!

LCC Workshop

Are you not sure what you want to do after you graduate? Are you planning to go to a 4-year school but not sure you will be able to afford it? Come to the LCC Workshop tomorrow, March 20th, at 3:45 pm in STEM 112 to discuss your options.  This workshop will give you information to help you make important decisions and show you what possibilities LCC has to offer. You will learn about programs, transfer degrees and funding options.

Sports

Today: Boys Tennis vs. Willamette at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Girls Tennis at Willamette at 4 pm: Release at 2:45 pm; Varsity Baseball vs Thurston at 4 pm:  Release at 1:30 pm

Tuesday: Softball vs. Thurston at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Varsity Baseball at Thurston at 1:30/3:30 pm: Release at 11:05 am;  JV Baseball at Thurston at 2/4pm: Release at 1130 am; Boys Tennis at Springfield at 4 pm: Release at 2:45 pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Springfield at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm

Wednesday: Track at North Eugene at 3:30 pm: Release at 1:30 pm

Thursday: Softball at Springfield  at 3/5pm; JV Baseball vs. Thurston at 4 pm: Release at 2 pm;  Boys Tennis vs. Thurston at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm; Girls Tennis at Thurston at 4 pm: Release at 2:45 pm

Saturday: JV Baseball hosts Oakridge: Noon/2pm

CHS Parent Update 3/19

G’Lancer 3/16

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 at the beginning of each term, plus our special back-to-school issue in August and summer issue in June. Please remember to check our calendar for the most up-to-date schedules and check our news feed frequently for timely announcements.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Clubs Today

Young Republicans meet at lunch in the IHS hall; Interact Club meets at lunch in F36; Anime Club meets from 3:30-4:30 in H23; Key Club meets at lunch in F55.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

CHS Drama’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream has performances tomorrow, Friday & Saturday at 7pm. Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults and can be purchased from any drama student or at the show.

Movie Night

Movie Night is tonight from 7-9pm. Admission is $2 to watch Revenge of the Sith. Tickets are on sale during lunch today at the planters. Concessions will be available for free.

Lancer Pageant

This Saturday at 7pm come watch the Lancer Pageant play the South Eugene Axe Pageant in a basketball game here at CHS. Delicious baked goods will be provided. Admission is $3.

Students

Please check your Trimester 3 schedule. If you need any changes, come see your counselor now.

Attention CHS Students

ASB and class elections are in April and May. As stated in the Constitution, in order to run you must have one term of experience in Leadership. With Term 3 coming up, it would be a great opportunity to put Leadership on your schedule. Let your voice be heard.

UO SAIL

Interested in going to college? Try UO SAIL summer programs. Registration opens March 1st for The Summer Academy to Inspire Learning (SAIL) program hosted on the University of Oregon campus. Choose your week, July 16-20 or July 23 – 27, 2018. Get a head start on the college process and experience what college life is all about. Visit: sail.uoregon.edu for registration and additional information.

Seniors

Seniors with LEAP projects still due – Please see your counselor or Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office. LEAPs are due today.

Seniors planning to attend Lane Community College in the fall – Placement testing in reading comprehension, sentence skills, and math will be offered on Monday, March 19th, at 3:45 in STEM 118. Please bring your “L” number and photo ID. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office for more information.

Wise Symposium

WISE Symposium 2018 will be on Wednesday, March 21st from 3:30-8:00 p.m. Please register online. Go to Churchill’s home page and click on the WISE Symposium link under CHS Headlines or sign up with a WISE member in the student lounge by the planters.

Career & Community Service Opportunities

Dairy Queen on Highway 99 is hiring. Pick up an application on the table in front of the School-to-Career office today!

Nonprofit High School Internship Program – This group partners with local art based service organizations – Shelton-McMurphey Johnson House, Lane County History Museum, Adventure Children’s Museum, and Wordcrafters.  Deadline is March 16th.

Eugene Public Library – April 13th 14th, and 15th ~ Help with set up, sale, and tear down.

The PeaceJam Youth Leadership Conference – U of O April 7th and 8th –  PeaceJam Northwest hosts teens from all over the Pacific Northwest for a two-day conference that explores the toughest issues facing the world today and offers tools to make a difference.

Camas Ridge Community School Outdoor Program – May 9th-11th – Three days, two nights in a beautiful natural setting, gaining experience working with children.

Eugene ToolBox Project – Serving the Eugene-Springfield metro area by providing members with low cost access to home repair and garden tools. Volunteers are needed to assist with fundraising, outreach, staffing tool repair, maintenance, and other efforts.

Oregon Soccer Presents St. Baldrick’s Baldfest – Pape Field on April 22nd at 2:00pm – Support life-saving children’s cancer research with the St. Baldrick’s foundation.

Visit the college and career center and have a look at the Community Service wall for more information about any of these opportunities.

Sports

Today: JV Baseball at Sheldon: 6pm Game: No early release; SB at McNary 4:30pm: Release at 12:15pm

Thursday: Boys Tennis vs. Willamette: 4pm; Girls Tennis at Willamette: 4pm

Friday: Varsity Baseball at Summit: 4:30pm Game Time; Softball vs. McNary: 4:30pm Game Time

Saturday: Varsity Baseball vs. Wilsonville at Summit at 3pm; JV Baseball vs. Willamette at Noon/2pm for Double Header

Salud Mental