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Monday, April 30, 2018

Clubs Today

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

School Board Representative

Applications are now open for the 2018-2019 school board representative. If you are interested in district policy and are a sophomore or junior in good standing, pick up an application in the front office.

Seniors

If you are attending LCC in the fall, drop in at the LCC Admissions Workshop tomorrow anytime between 2:15 and 4:30 pm in STEM 112. Speak with an LCC admissions representative, complete the entire new student application, & set an appointment to register for fall classes.

LCC Placement Test

LCC Placement Testing will be today at 3:45 pm. Bring your photo ID and “L” number to STEM 118.

Leadership

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Here at CHS, your mental health is important to us and we want to support you through things you may be struggling with. We will be hosting activities throughout the month of May and providing resources related to the topics of suicide, depression, anxiety, and bullying. The first event will be tomorrow during lunch at the rock.

Bus Passes

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

Prom

Prom is Saturday at the Eugene Hilton. Tickets are on sale before school, at lunch, and after school for $30 with ASB and $35 without ASB. Prom guest forms must be completed for all underclassmen and guests and are on the front office bulletin board. They are due back by Wednesday.

Boys Golf

Congratulations to Nate Butler who came in 2nd and Anders Reinhold 5th out of 40 golfers at the JV tourney in Cottage Grove on Tuesday.  Then on Wednesday, the Varsity Squad came in 3rd out of 8 teams at Emerald Valley. The Varsity Boys have a really good chance at making state as a team this year, something that hasn’t happened at CHS in many years.

Sports

Tuesday: Varsity Baseball vs. Ashland at 5 pm: Release at 3pm;  Varsity Softball at North Eugene at 5 pm: Release at 2:30 pm; Track hosting Marist and Springfield: Release at 1:45 pm;  Boys Tennis vs. Thurston at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm; Girls Tennis at Thurston at 4pm: Release at 2:30 pm; JV Boys Golf at Tokatee: Release at 9:15 am.

Wednesday: JV Baseball at Willamette at 5 pm: Release at 2:30 pm; Boys Tennis vs. Willamette at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm

Thursday: Boys Tennis vs. Marist at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Girls Tennis at Marist at 4 pm: Release at 2:30 pm

Friday:  Varsity Baseball at Ashland: 3/5 pm: Release at 8:30 am;  JV Track Districts at Thurston: Release TBA; Boys Tennis Seeding Meeting in Ashland at 5 pm: Boys release TBA; Girls Seeding meeting at CHS Library at 5 pm

Saturday: Boys Tennis Districts in Ashland all day;  Girls Tennis Districts in Roseburg all day; JV Baseball at Sheldon: 11/1pm

Parent Update, 4/30

Graduation at a G’Lance 4/29

Remember, the most current graduation information can always be found at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation.

The Graduation Checklist

The Graduation Checklist is now posted on the graduation website at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation and in the front office, or click HERE. The “Number of Credits” column will be updated as counselors confirm graduation eligibility for all seniors and early graduates. Some students may not see a change in this column until after midterm grades are complete.

How to Use the Graduation Checklist

To protect student privacy, the checklist is published with student numbers, rather than names. You can find your student number on your most recent report card. In ParentVUE or StudentVUE, go to the Report Card tab and click the link that says “Click here to view report card […].”

A check mark means that your requirements for that column are complete. Incomplete requirements will have a note indicating who can help you finalize that requirement.

Pre-Ordered Graduation Announcements

We still have a few boxes of graduation announcements waiting to be picked up. If you ordered announcements or memorabilia from Miners Graduate Services and have not picked them up, please visit Jill or Robin in the front office.

Graduation Performer Audition Results Are In

Auditions are closed. All of the students who auditioned for graduation did an amazing job! It was incredibly difficult to make the cuts that we did. Students will receive slips on Monday notifying them whether they were accepted. Students who were accepted can pick up a draft copy of the program in my office on Monday.

Ticket Distribution

Tickets will be available for graduating students at the front office during student lunch starting on May 14. The Hult Center requires a ticket for every person who enters the concert hall, including infants. Tickets will be free to all graduating students. Each student will receive six reserved tickets. There are not enough seats in the orchestra section (main floor) to guarantee that all reserved tickets will be in that section. We do guarantee that at least two reserved tickets will be in the orchestra section (main floor). The remaining four tickets will be in the orchestra or mezzanine (second floor) as available. Most students will be able to get all six reserved tickets in the orchestra section. For the best chance, you should make sure you are cleared to graduate before ticket distribution starts on May 14. Students may request additional tickets until all sections are sold out. Any student who requests more than 14 tickets must bring a note from a parent/guardian. Any reserved tickets remaining will be released for distribution at graduation rehearsal and half an hour before the ceremony begins in the Hult Center lobby.

Upcoming Events

May

1–5: Graduation Survey** in Naviance

5/7–6/11, Lunch*: Senior Breakfast Ticket Sales in the Student Lounge

5/14–6/11 Lunch*: Graduation Ticket Distribution in the Front Office

5/14–6/6: IHS Graduation Ticket Distribution in the IHS Office

5/14–6/1, Lunch*: Walking Partner/Seating Sign Up** in the Front Office

22, 10am–1pm: Cap and Gown Pick Up in the Student Lounge—www.minersgrad.com

IHS events in blue. | *Lunch times: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 12:30-1:00; Wed 12:50-1:20 | **Mandatory

† The Graduation Party is a community-sponsored event. Liability is the responsibility of the organizers of the event.

Jill Reents
Secretary, Graduation Coordinator
reents_ji@4j.lane.edu

Athletic Schedule April 30-May 5th

Churchill Athletic Schedule April 30May 5th
Revised 4/30/18
 
30  Monday:  No Events
 
1    Tuesday:   Varsity Baseball vs. Ashland at 10am (Release in Morning, should be able to attend classes after lunch.)
                        Note:  Ashland had to spend the night in Eugene on Monday  night to make up a rain out from Saturday.
                        Since baseball has missed several afternoon classes, we are helping Ashland by playing in the morning and hoping that baseball players
                        making afternoon classes will help them in that area. Thank you for your understanding.
                        Varsity  Softball at North Eugene at 5pm (Release at 230pm)
                        Track hosting Marist and Springfield; Release at 145pm
                        Boys Tennis vs. Thurston at 4pm:  Release at 3pm
                        Girls Tennis at Thurston at 4pm:  Release at 230pm
 
2  Wednesday:  JV Baseball at Willamette at 5pm:  Release at 230pm
                            Boys Tennis vs. Willamette at 4pm: Release at 3pm (REVISED)
                            Girls Tennis vs. Willamette at 4pm:  Release at 3pm
                            Girls Tennis at Sheldon at 4pm:  Release at 230pm.
                            Softball vs. Crater:  230/4pm:  Release at Noon
 
3  Thursday:    Boys Tennis vs. Marist at 4pm:  Release at 3pm
                         Girls Tennis at Marist at 4pm:  Release at 230pm
 
4  Friday:         Varsity Baseball at Ashland:  330/5pm:  Release all day.
                         JV Track Districts at Thurston:  Release TBA
                         Boys Tennis Seeding Meeting in Ashland at 5pm:  Boys release TBA
                         Girls Seeding meeting at CHS Library at 5pm
 
5  Saturday:     Boys Tennis Districts in Ashland all day.
                          Girls Tennis Districts in Roseburg all day.
                          PROM
                          JV Baseball at Sheldon:  11/1pm

Friday, April 27, 2018

Clubs Today

Hack Club meets after school in STEM 118; Women’s Empowerment meets at lunch; Pacific Islander Club meets at lunch in the yoga room to learn hula dances taught by Aunty Kris.

GSA

Today is the Day of Silence. Students around the nation are standing up against the bullying of LGBTQ youth in schools by taking a vow of silence. Please respect our silent students today.

Attention AP Students

Today at lunch is the last opportunity to complete your pre-administration bubbling for the AP test.  Meet in Mr. Myers’ room, F37, at 12:30 today. Bring a #2 pencil. If you have questions, see Katy in Counseling.

Library

Churchill’s next school-wide book club meets on Friday, May 25th, during lunch in G29. We will talk about the popular book The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Drop by the Churchill library and pick up a copy.

School Board Representative

Applications are now open for the 2018-2019 school board representative. If you are interested in district policy and are a sophomore or junior in good standing, pick up an application in the front office.

Seniors

Are you attending Lane Community College in the fall? Then drop in at the LCC Admissions Workshop on Tuesday, May 1st, anytime between 2:15 and 4:30 pm in STEM 112. Speak with an LCC admissions representative, complete the entire new student application, & set an appointment to register for fall classes.

LCC Placement Test

An extra LCC placement testing day will be Monday, April 30th, at 3:45 pm. Bring your photo ID and “L” number to STEM 118.

Oregon Tradeswomen’s Career Fair

All Churchill girls are invited to attend the Tradeswomen’s Career Fair in Portland on Friday, May 18th. This is a hands-on, trades-related career fair for girls. Please sign up at the School-to-Career office or the Career Center.

LEAP Sign-Ups

Seniors, there is still time to sign up for a LEAP interview today. A sign-up sheet is located on the table in front of the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

ASB Elections

This is the last day online ASB elections will take place.  Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors may vote. Check your 4J email for the link to the ballot.

Interact Club

Interact Club is hosting a can and bottle fundraiser at the rock today during lunch to raise money for leukemia/lymphoma. Bring your cans!

Bus Passes

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

Prom

Prom is May 5th at the Eugene Hilton. Tickets are on sale at lunch and after school for $30 with ASB and $35 without ASB. Prom guest forms are on the front office bulletin board and must be completed for all underclassmen and guests. Forms are due back by next Wednesday.

Community Service Opportunities

Coyote Outdoor School – Opportunity to work with small groups of 5th & 6th graders during field study labs, meals, cabin time, and morning games. Required training dates – April 28th-29th.

Lane County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue – Looking for youth volunteers with positive attitudes that love the outdoors, helping in the community, and willing and prepared to be called out at all times of the day or night, in inclement weather and extreme conditions. Informational meetings on Thursday, May 3rd or Saturday, May 5th.

17th Annual Family Fishing Day with Head Start of Lane County – Saturday, May 10th at Alton Baker Park, Special guests -Sluggo and Portland Superheros Coalition

Eugene Safety Town – July 16-July 27 – mandatory training Saturday, July 14 from 9 to noon. Receive service hours, a letter of recommendation, gain valuable work experience, and a Safety Town T-shirt.

Unbridled Ranch – Unbridled seeks to provide a positive environment for children at risk, disadvantaged, or disabled.  

Come to the college and career center and have a look at the Community Service wall for more info on any of these opportunities.

Sports

Today: JV Baseball vs Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament: Release all Day; Girls Tennis at Sheldon: 4 pm: Release at 2:30 pm

Saturday: Varsity Softball vs. Crater at 1/3 pm; Track at Grants Pass: Rotary Invite;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Clubs Today

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

Library

Today is Poem in Your Pocket Day. Pick up a poem from the library’s bulletin board in the student lounge.

Churchill’s next school-wide book club meets on Friday, May 25th, during lunch in G29. We will talk about the popular book The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. Drop by the Churchill library and pick up a copy.

School Board Representative

Applications are now open for the 2018-2019 school board representative. If you are interested in district policy and are a sophomore or junior in good standing, pick up an application in the front office.

Churchill Grad Party

Come to the student lounge at lunch to purchase your grad party tickets for $35.

GSA

Tomorrow is the Day of Silence. Students around the nation will be pledging silence to show solidarity with LGBTQ youth. In the morning there will be students handing out signs for participating students and staff.

Attention Jr and Sr Girls

If you are interested in playing flag football, come to an information meeting today at lunch in B17.  Applications, permission slips and requirements will be discussed.

Seniors

Are you attending Lane Community College in the fall? Then drop in at the LCC Admissions Workshop on Tuesday, May 1st, anytime between 2:15 and 4:30 pm in STEM 112. Speak with an LCC admissions representative, complete the entire new student application, & set an appointment to register for fall classes.

LCC Placement Test

An extra LCC placement testing day will be Monday, April 30th, at 3:45 pm. Bring your photo ID and “L” number to STEM 118.

Oregon Tradeswomen’s Career Fair

All Churchill girls are invited to attend the Tradeswomen’s Career Fair in Portland on Friday, May 18th. This is a hands-on, trades-related career fair for girls. Please sign up at the School-to-Career office or the Career Center.

LEAP Sign-Ups

Seniors, there is still time to sign up for a LEAP interview on Friday. A sign-up sheet is located on the table in front of the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

ASB

ASB elections will take place online today and tomorrow.  Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors may vote. Check your 4J email for the link to the ballot.

Interact Club

Interact Club is hosting a can and bottle fundraiser at the rock today and tomorrow before school and during lunch to raise money for leukemia/lymphoma. Bring your cans!

Concert Choir

Congratulations to Churchill’s Concert Choir for being selected to perform in the OSAA State Choir Championships next Friday, May 4th, at George Fox University. This is the 1st time in school history that a CHS Choir has been selected for this. Outstanding job!

Pacific Islander Club

Meet in the yoga room tomorrow at lunch to learn hula dances taught by Aunty Kris.

Bus Passes

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

Josephine’s & Mike’s Closet

Free prom attire will be available in J9 during lunch and after school today.  Everyone is welcome to shop.

Navy Reserve Officer Training Corp

The Navy Reserve Officer Training Corp will be here today at lunch in F39.

Prom

Prom is May 5th at the Eugene Hilton. Tickets are on sale before school, at lunch, and after school for $30 with ASB and $35 without ASB. Prom guest forms are on the front office bulletin board and must be completed for all underclassmen and guests. Forms are due back by next Wednesday.

Community Service Opportunities

Coyote Outdoor School – Opportunity to work with small groups of 5th & 6th graders during field study labs, meals, cabin time, and morning games. Required training dates – April 28th-29th.

Lane County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue – Looking for youth volunteers with positive attitudes that love the outdoors, helping in the community, and willing and prepared to be called out at all times of the day or night, in inclement weather and extreme conditions. Informational meetings on Thursday, May 3rd or Saturday, May 5th.

17th Annual Family Fishing Day with Head Start of Lane County – Saturday, May 10th at Alton Baker Park, Special guests -Sluggo and Portland Superheros Coalition

Eugene Safety Town – July 16-July 27 – mandatory training Saturday, July 14 from 9 to noon. Receive service hours, a letter of recommendation, gain valuable work experience, and a Safety Town T-shirt.

Unbridled Ranch – Unbridled seeks to provide a positive environment for children at risk, disadvantaged, or disabled.  

Come to the college and career center and have a look at the Community Service wall for more info on any of these opportunities.

Sports

Today: Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm

Friday: JV Baseball vs Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament: Release all Day; Girls Tennis at Sheldon: 4 pm: Release at 2:30 pm

Saturday: Varsity Softball vs. Crater at 1/3 pm; Track at Grants Pass: Rotary Invite;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament

School Schedules: Your Feedback

School Schedules to Change Next Year: Share Your Views

District seeking feedback on second draft schedule

To provide enough instruction time for students, fair and equal learning time at all schools, and consistent schedules for families, Eugene School District 4J is changing to a consistent calendar and standard schedules for all schools in 2018–19. The schedule details will be decided this spring.

A first draft schedule was published in March for staff, parent, student and community input. The district has now taken the input received and developed a second draft schedule for further review and feedback.

The second schedule draft responds to staff and families’ input with a shorter early release on Wednesdays, earlier start and end times for high school, slightly earlier times for middle school, and as many elementary school start times as possible closer to their current times.

The draft schedules provide for elementary schools to schedule 60 minutes of recess and lunch within the regular school day—a little more time than currently provided at most schools and grades. Middle and high schools also would schedule about 60 minutes of lunch, breaks and passing periods during the school day.

Parents and students are invited to take a few minutes to review the second schedule draft and share your feedback in an online input form. Your input is important.

To learn more, review the draft schedule, and provide feedback, see www.4j.lane.edu/2018/04/standard-school-schedule-second-draft.


Los horarios escolares cambiaran el próximo año: Comparta su punto de vista

El distrito esta pidiendo su opinión sobre el segundo borrador del horario escolar

Para proporcionar suficiente tiempo de instrucción a los estudiantes, tiempo de aprendizaje justo e igualitario en todas las escuelas, y horarios constantes para las familias, el distrito escolar de Eugene 4J está cambiando a un calendario consistente y a horarios estándares para todas las escuelas en el año 2018–19. Los detalles de la programación se decidirán esta primavera.

En marzo se publicó un borrador inicial del horario para buscar aportes de opiniones de los padres, los estudiantes, el personal, y la comunidad. El distrito ha tomado ahora la información recibida y ha desarrollado un segundo borrador del horario para consideración y opiniones adicionales.

El segundo borrador del horario esta basado en las sugerencias emitidas por el personal y las familias y consiste de una salida temprana mas corta los miércoles, horas de entrada y salida mas temprano para las escuelas preparatorias, entrada un poquito mas temprano para las escuelas secundarias, y mantener el horario para la mayoría de las escuelas primarias lo mas cerca posible al horario actual.

El borrador del horario provee para las escuelas primarias 60 minutos de recreo y almuerzo dentro del día escolar regular — un poco más del tiempo que se ofrece actualmente en la mayoría de las escuelas y grados. Las escuelas secundarias y preparatorias también programarían cerca de 60 minutos de almuerzo, recreo y el tiempo en el cual los estudiantes van de una clase a otra durante el día escolar.

Se les invita a los padres y estudiantes a tomar unos minutos para revisar el segundo borrador del horario y compartir sus comentarios en un formulario en línea. Su opinión es importante.

Para obtener más información, revisar el borrador del horario y proporcionar comentarios, vaya a www.4J.Lane.edu/2018/04/Standard-School-Schedule-Second-Draft.

Wednesday, April 25, 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.

Attention AP Students

For those of you who DID NOT attend the Bubble Session last week, the REQUIRED make up Bubble Session is TODAY, at 12:50, during lunch in the conference room, F39.   Students who do not pre-bubble will not be allowed into the testing room. Bring a #2 pencil.

Oregon Tradeswomen’s Career Fair

All Churchill girls are invited to attend the Tradeswomen’s Career Fair in Portland on Friday, May 18th. This is a hands-on, trades-related career fair for girls. Please sign up at the School-to-Career office or the Career Center.

The School-to-Career Office

The School-to-Career office is offering an extra LCC placement test date on Monday, April 30th, at 3:45 pm in STEM 118. Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered. Students must have an L-number and bring their photo ID. If you don’t have an L-number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

LEAP Sign-Ups

Seniors, there is still time to sign up for a LEAP interview on Friday. A sign-up sheet is located on the table in front of the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

ASB

ASB elections will take place online today through Friday.  Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors may vote. Check your 4J email today for the link to the ballot.

Interact Club

Interact Club is hosting a can and bottle fundraiser at the rock tomorrow and Friday before school and during lunch to raise money for leukemia/lymphoma. Bring your cans!

Josephine’s & Mike’s Closet

Free prom attire will be available in J9 during lunch and after school today and tomorrow. Everyone is welcome to shop.

Northern Arizona University

Northern Arizona University will be here today at 11:45 in F39.

Navy Reserve Officer Training Corp

The Navy Reserve Officer Training Corp will be here tomorrow at lunch in F39.

Prom

Prom is May 5th at the Eugene Hilton and the theme is Casino Royale. Tickets are on sale today at lunch and after school for $30 with ASB and $35 without ASB. Sales are also before school. Prom guest forms are on the front office bulletin board and must be completed for all underclassmen and guests that are invited. Forms are due back by next Wednesday.

Attention Jr and Sr Girls

The Lancer Flag Football Competition is coming soon. If you are interested in playing flag football, come to an information meeting tomorrow at lunch in B17.  Applications, permission slips and requirements will be discussed.

Girls Basketball Meeting

Tonight at 7 pm in the Churchill Library we will be introducing our new Head Girls Basketball Coach, Terry Harrison.  Any girls interested in playing basketball and their parents are invited to attend.

Community Service Opportunities

Coyote Outdoor School – Opportunity to work with small groups of 5th and 6th graders during Field Study Labs, meals, cabin time, and morning games. Required training dates April 28th-29th.

Lane County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue – Looking for youth volunteers with positive attitudes that love the outdoors, helping in the community, and willing and prepared to be called out at all times of the day or night, sometimes in very inclement weather and extreme conditions. Informational meetings on Thursday, May 3rd or Saturday, May 5th.

17th Annual Family Fishing Day with Head Start of Lane County – Saturday, May 10th at Alton Baker Park, Special guests -Sluggo and Portland Superheros Coalition

Eugene Safety Town – July 16-July 27 – mandatory training Saturday, July 14 from 9 to noon. Receive service hours, a letter of recommendation, gain valuable work experience, and a Safety Town T-shirt.

Unbridled Ranch – Unbridled seeks to provide a positive environment for children at risk, disadvantaged, or disabled.  

Come to the college and career center and have a look at the Community Service wall for more info on any of these opportunities.

Sports

Today: Track vs. Thurston at 3:30 pm: Release at 1:45 pm; Girls Tennis at NE at 4 pm, Release at 2:30 pm;  Boys Tennis vs. NE at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm; Varsity Golf Tournament at Emerald Valley: Release at 11:45 am; Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5 pm, Release at 3 pm.

Thursday: Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm.

Friday: JV Baseball vs Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament: Release all Day; Girls Tennis at Sheldon: 4 pm: Release at 2:30 pm.

Saturday: Varsity Softball vs. Crater at 1/3 pm; Track at Grants Pass: Rotary Invite;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

ASB

ASB elections will take place online tomorrow through Friday.  Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors may vote. Check your 4J email tomorrow for the link to the ballot.

Interact Club

Interact Club is hosting a can and bottle fundraiser at the rock Thursday and Friday before school and during lunch to raise money for leukemia/lymphoma. Bring your cans!

Grad Party Fundraiser

Go to Dizzy Dean’s Donuts all day today with a flyer and 40% of your purchase will go to the CHS 2018 Grad Party. Flyers are available in the office.

Josephine’s & Mike’s Closet

Free prom attire will be available in J9 during lunch and after school tomorrow and Thursday. Everyone is welcome to shop.

Attention Marine Biology Students

In order to go on the field trip tomorrow, Mrs. Crews has to have your signed papers! See her if you have questions.

Gym

The gym is closed at lunch until further notice.

Northern Arizona University

Northern Arizona University will be here tomorrow at 11:45 in F39. Juniors, now is a good time to start visiting with college reps and doing research.

Navy Reserve Officer Training Corp

The Navy Reserve Officer Training Corp will be here Thursday at lunch in F39.

Prom

Prom is May 5th at the Eugene Hilton and the theme is Casino Royale. Tickets are on sale today at lunch and after school for $30 with ASB and $35 without ASB. Sales are also before school this week. Prom guest forms are on the front office bulletin board and must be completed for all underclassmen and guests that are invited.

Attention Jr and Sr Girls

The Lancer Flag Football (formerly known as Powder Puff) Competition is coming soon. If you are interested in playing flag football, come to an information meeting on Thursday at lunch in B17.  Applications, permission slips and requirements will be discussed. Don’t miss out on one of the most exciting and fun events we host here at CHS.

Girls Basketball Meeting

Tomorrow at 7pm in the Churchill Library we will be introducing our new Head Girls Basketball Coach, Terry Harrison.  Any girls interested in playing basketball and their parents are invited to attend.

Sports

Today: Varsity Softball vs. Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Varsity Baseball at Marist at 5 pm: Release at 2:30 pm; JV Golf: Release at 12; Boys Lacrosse: Release at 2:15.

Wednesday: Track vs. Thurston at 3:30 pm: Release at 1:45 pm; Girls Tennis at NE at 4pm: Release at 2:30 pm;  Boys Tennis vs. NE at 4 pm: Release at 3pm; Varsity Golf Tournament at Emerald Valley: Release at 11:45 am; Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm.

Thursday: Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm.

Friday: JV Baseball vs Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament: Release all Day; Girls Tennis at Sheldon: 4 pm: Release at 2:30 pm.

Saturday: Varsity Softball vs. Crater at 1/3 pm; Track at Grants Pass: Rotary Invite;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament.

Monday, April 23, 2018

Clubs Today

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

Marine Biology Field Trip

If you are going on the Marine Biology Field Trip you MUST have your signed paperwork returned to Mrs. Crews by the end of the day today.

LCC’s Hands-on Careers Day

Permission slips for LCC’s Hands-on Careers Day on Friday are due by the end of TODAY. Please turn them in at the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

WISE Club

If you have a free third period today, join the WISE Club in the auditorium to listen to our guest, Manju Bangalore, speak about her three NASA internships and what it is like to go to Washington D.C. to speak to politicians about the importance of science research.

Oregon Tradeswomen’s Career Fair

Are you a young woman who seeks to create, build or design? Then sign up for the Oregon Tradeswomen’s Career Fair on Friday, May 18th. The School-to-Career office sponsors the all-day field trip to Portland. Sign up sheets are in the Career Center and outside the School-to-Career office.

Interact Club

Interact Club is hosting a can and bottle fundraiser at the rock Thursday and Friday before school and during lunch to raise money for leukemia/lymphoma. Bring your cans!

Seniors

It’s important to understand how to read your financial aid award letter. Need help? Come to the “Understanding Financial Aid Award Letters” workshop tonight at 6:30 pm in the Library.

Northern Arizona University

Northern Arizona University will be here Wednesday at 11:45 in F39. Juniors, now is a good time to start visiting with college reps and doing research.

Prom

Prom is May 5th at the Eugene Hilton and the theme is Casino Royale. Tickets are on sale today at lunch and after school for $30 with ASB and $35 without ASB. Sales are before school this week too. Prom guest forms are on the front office bulletin board and must be completed for all underclassmen and guests that are invited.

Attention Jr and Sr Boys

The Lancer Flag Football (formerly known as Powder Puff) Competition is firing up. If you are interested in being a coach, please come to an informational meeting today at lunch in B17. We are only accepting 4-5 coaches per grade level.

Sports

Today: JV Baseball at Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm

Tuesday: Varsity Softball vs. Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Varsity Baseball at Marist at 5 pm: Release at 2:30 pm

Wednesday: JV Baseball vs. Marist at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  Track vs. Thurston at 3:30pm: Release at 1:45pm

Friday: JV Baseball at Marist at 5 pm: Release at 3 pm;  Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament: Release all Day; Girls Tennis at Sheldon: 4 pm: Release at 2:30 pm

Saturday: Varsity Softball vs. Crater at 1/3 pm;  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 1/3 pm; Track at Grants Pass:  Rotary Invite; Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament