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Thursday, May 31, 2018

Asian Student Union

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.

Campus Supervision

All students parked on campus need to have a parking pass displayed. We will be issuing tickets for those without valid parking passes.

West End

West End Performing Arts spring concert is Monday, June 4th at 7 pm. Come listen to all of Churchill’s instrumental ensembles and choral ensembles. Admission is free.

Senior Breakfast

The days are coming to an end and you haven’t bought your senior breakfast ticket yet. This is our last get together before graduation. Come enjoy food, fun and some senior best… prizes. The breakfast is before graduation rehearsal on Tuesday, June 12th at the Faith Center from 8-9:00 am. Grad rehearsal is from 9:30-11am at the Hult Center. Buy your breakfast ticket today…$5 in B17 or at the planters.

Yearbook

Seniors will be able to pick up yearbooks after the assembly tomorrow. Everyone else can pick up books during Club Carnival and next week. You can still see Ken in the finance office to pay for your yearbook.

Grad Party

Seniors – Grad Party tickets are on sale at lunch at the planters for $35. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to celebrate with your friends & win prizes.

CHS Football

If you are interested in playing football next year, spring football practice starts this coming Monday, June 4th.  Practices run all week from Monday, June 4th through Friday, June 8th after school on the turf field. Whether you are a returning player or new to the program, you are encouraged to attend. Bring cleats, water, and a great attitude.

Flag Football

The Flag Football game is tomorrow night at 6:30 pm on the turf. Come watch the Juniors take on the Seniors in a very competitive game. Entry into the game is 5 canned food items or $5. All goes to Food for Lane County.

Club Carnival

Club Carnival is tomorrow during lunch in the courtyard. There will be a dunk tank, volleyball, cornhole, tug of war, cotton candy, music, games, prizes, all your favorite clubs, and an extended lunch. Come out and enjoy the fun.

ASU

ASU will be selling rice bowls at the Club Carnival tomorrow. Check the posters around school for prices.

Seniors

Don’t forget to pick up your cap & gowns in the office.

Today is the last day to sign up to walk in graduation or for a walking partner. Sign up at lunch in Jill’s office.

There are still seniors who need to complete their LEAP graduation requirement. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building or your counselor if you have questions.

Lost and Found

The lost and found cupboard is getting full. The cupboard will be cleaned out today and any unclaimed items will be donated.

Bus Passes

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

Volleyball Tournament

The volleyball competition continues today at lunch in the sand pits. Come support your friends in a winner takes all against the staff tomorrow.

Attention Students and Staff

If you would like to compete in the 1st CHS cornhole competition tomorrow during Club Carnival, sign up in B17.

Class Elections

Class Elections have been extended through lunch tomorrow. Voting is online. Sophomores, don’t forget to vote for your junior class president.

CHS Choir

Do you like to sing, get school credit, and go on trips performing and competing? Auditions for next year’s award-winning Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers are this week in the choir room. Sign up for your spot on the choir room door and prepare 30 seconds of a song that you sound your best on. If you’re auditioning for Downing Street Singers, the song must be jazz and for Concert Choir the song can be any genre. Come be a part of the amazing experience that is CHOIR!

Sophomores and Juniors

Résumés for Work Study positions at schools in the Churchill region will be accepted through today in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Get ready for next fall, work, get paid, and get class credit! See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office for more information.

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!

The Job Fair is coming to Churchill on Tuesday, June 5th. Get your resumes ready, mark your calendars, and prepare to meet the people hiring for the summer and for full-time jobs.

Community Service Opportunities

Adventure Children’s Museum is looking for help at the admissions desk and gift shop. You may intern as graphic designers, exhibit designers, read stories, and more.

A Child for Every Family – Many types of volunteer opportunities exist including website, blogging, assistants, and events, etc.

Bags of Love – Provides comfort bags to children who are in crises. Ongoing help is needed sewing and filling bags.

Beyond War – Read and review books, help/coach with our social media presence, translate our pamphlets into a foreign language, or start a discussion group regarding The Third Side by William Ury, How We Fight and How Can We Stop, or The Nonviolence Handbook by Michael Nagler.

Cascades Raptor Center – Work with all kinds of animals;  morning, afternoon, and evening shifts. Must be 18.

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

Wednesday, May 30, 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.

Grad Party

Seniors – Grad Party tickets are on sale at lunch at the planters for $35. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to celebrate with your friends & win prizes.

CHS Football

If you are interested in playing football next year, spring football practice starts this coming Monday, June 4th.  Practices run all week from Monday, June 4th through Friday, June 8th after school on the turf field. Whether you are a returning player or new to the program, you are encouraged to attend. Bring cleats, water, and a great attitude.

Flag Football

The Flag Football game is Friday at 6:30 pm on the turf. Come watch the Juniors take on the Seniors in a very competitive game. Entry into the game is 5 canned food items or $5. All goes to Food for Lane County.

Club Carnival

Club Carnival is Friday during lunch in the courtyard. There will be a dunk tank, volleyball, cornhole, tug of war, cotton candy, music, games, prizes, all your favorite clubs and an extended lunch. Come out and enjoy the fun.

Seniors

Don’t forget to pick up your cap & gowns in the office.

Friday is the last day to sign up to walk in graduation or for a walking partner. Sign up at lunch in Jill’s office.

There are still seniors who need to complete their LEAP graduation requirement. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building or your counselor if you have questions.

Lost and Found

The lost and found cupboard is getting full. The cupboard will be cleaned out on Friday and any unclaimed items will be donated.

Bus Passes

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

VolleyBall Tournament

The CHS volleyball competition is today at lunch in the sand pits. If you signed up, check the posters at the planters for the teams. We have 8 teams competing in games all week at lunch. Come support your friends in a winner takes all against the staff on Friday.

Attention Students and Staff

If you would like to compete in the 1st CHS cornhole competition on Friday during Club Carnival, sign up in B17.

Class Elections

Class elections take place online today & tomorrow. Don’t forget to vote for your senior class president.

Sophomores and Juniors

Résumés for Work Study positions at schools in the Churchill region will be accepted through tomorrow in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Get ready for next fall, work, get paid, and get class credit! See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office for more information.

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!

The Job Fair is coming to Churchill on Tuesday, June 5th. Get your resumes ready, mark your calendars, and prepare to meet the people hiring for the summer and for full-time jobs. Details to come next week.

Community Service Opportunities

Adventure Children’s Museum is looking for help at the admissions desk and gift shop. You may intern as graphic designers,exhibit designers, read stories, and more.

A Child for Every Family – Many types of volunteer opportunities exist including website, blogging, assistants, and events, etc.

Bags of Love – Provides comfort bags to children who are in crises. Ongoing help is needed sewing and filling bags.

Beyond War – Read and review books, help/coach with our social media presence, translate our pamphlets into a foreign language, or start a discussion group regarding The Third Side by William Ury, How We Fight and How Can We Stop, or The Nonviolence Handbook by Michael Nagler.

Cascades Raptor Center – Work with all kinds of animals;  morning, afternoon, and evening shifts. Must be 18.

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

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Flag Football

The Flag Football game is Friday at 6:30 pm on the turf. Come watch the Juniors take on the Seniors in a very competitive game of flag football. Entry into the game is 5 canned food items or $5. All goes to Food for Lane County.

Club Carnival

Club Carnival is Friday during lunch in the courtyard. There will be a dunk tank, volleyball, cornhole, tug of war, cotton candy, music, games, prizes, and all your favorite clubs.  There will also be an extended lunch, so come out and enjoy the fun.

Cross Country

There is a cross country meeting today in STEM 112 at 3:45. Anyone interested in running next fall is encouraged to attend.

Seniors

Don’t forget to pick up your cap & gowns in the office.

Friday is the last day to sign up to walk in graduation or for a walking partner. Sign up at lunch in Jill’s office.

Lost and Found

The lost and found cupboard is getting full. The cupboard will be cleaned out on Friday and any unclaimed items will be donated.

Bus Passes

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

Volleyball Tournament

The CHS volleyball competition begins today at lunch in the sand pits. If you signed up, check the posters at the planters for the teams. We have 8 teams competing in games all week at lunch. Come support your friends in a winner takes all against the staff on Friday.

Attention Students and Staff

If you would like to compete in the 1st CHS cornhole competition on Friday during club carnival, sign up in B17.

Class Elections

Class elections will take place online on Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday. Don’t forget to vote for your junior and senior class presidents.

Homework Club

Homework Club is canceled for today.

Congrats

Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team who went on the road to Pendleton last week and got a great upset over the Bucks! Go, Lancers!

Sports

Today: Varsity Baseball at Crescent Valley for their Semi-Final Game: Release at 12 pm

Parent Update, 5/28

Class Elections Voting

Welcome to Class Elections 2018!

Freshmen: No contested positions.

Sophomores: Vote here for your junior class president!

Juniors: No contested positions.

Graduation at a G’Lance 5/27

Churchill Graduating Students and Families,

Don’t forget to check our website for the most current graduation information at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation.

Unreserved Tickets are Sold Out

All students will be able to pick up their 6 reserved tickets, but additional unreserved tickets are no longer available. If you have already picked up tickets that you know you will not use, please return your extra tickets to the office, so we can distribute them to students who will use them.

Any unclaimed reserved tickets will be made available at graduation rehearsal on the morning of June 12. First priority will be given to students who have not received any tickets, then to students who received only their six reserved tickets, and finally to students who have already picked up more than their six reserved tickets.

  • You must be cleared to graduate. Make sure you are cleared on the checklist (check marks in every column) before picking up your tickets.
  • Tickets are free.
  • Distribution is in my office during student lunch only. (Call or email me if you cannot come during student lunch.)
  • Six tickets will be reserved for each graduating student. Two in the orchestra section, and the remaining four in the orchestra or mezzanine as available. Additional tickets are sold out.
  • The Hult Center requires a ticket for every person who enters the concert hall, including infants.
  • Any tickets remaining in the pool of reserved tickets will be released for distribution at graduation rehearsal and in the Hult Center lobby half an hour before the ceremony begins.

Graduates Must Sign Up for Graduation Seating

  • Seating Sign Up Closes June 1.
  • Seating and Walking Partner Slips will be available in my office during student lunch only.
  • All graduating students who are interested in participating in the graduation ceremony must sign up for seating.
  • You are not required to have a walking partner.
  • You must be cleared to graduate; walking partners must both be cleared to graduate.
  • Submitted slips will be drawn and seating will be assigned at random. Exceptions: Performers and their walking partners will be seated in the front row or where they can easily access the front of the stage. Special accommodations will be made where appropriate.

Senior Assembly and Yearbooks on Friday

The senior assembly is this Friday. We will take time in the assembly to knight our seniors. Yearbooks will be distributed to seniors immediately after the assembly.

Senior Wall

Sheree and the volunteers in the College and Career Center have put up a spectacular display in the Student Lounge, showing what our graduates are doing next year. Thank you for completing the Graduation Survey to help us put this information together. Click here for pictures.

The Graduation Checklist

The Graduation Checklist is updated every Friday and posted on the graduation website at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation and in the front office, or click HERE.

How to Use the 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.

Cap and Gown Pick Up

Pre-ordered caps and gowns were distributed on May 22. If you have not received your cap and gown, please pick them up in the Front Office. If you have not ordered a cap and gown, please contact Miners Graduate Services immediately at 541-689-4588 or info@minersgrad.com to place your order.

Borrowed Caps and Gowns

If Churchill is providing your gown, it is ready to pick up in the Front Office. Gowns borrowed from Churchill or purchased by Churchill are due back to the school before you pick up your diploma.

Rules for Cap Decorations and How to Wear Your Cap and Gown

Churchill allows graduates to express themselves by decorating their caps for graduation. All cap decorations must be school-appropriate and 2-dimensional. Nothing should stick up on top or hang down below the mortarboard. The mortarboard should be parallel to the ground.

Graduation gowns must be worn correctly, with fronts fully zipped over school-appropriate clothing. Administrators may check under gowns if they suspect inappropriate dress or items that do not belong on the graduation stage, such as noisemakers, beach balls, or other props.

Honor cords, stoles, medals, and pins are provided through the school or district and must be approved by the school administration. Culturally-significant regalia is permitted. Culturally-significant regalia includes ceremonial accessories or attire that are significant to the graduate’s culture as a whole and appropriate to the culture’s traditional rites of passage. This does not include items that are of personal significance to the graduate. School-appropriate jewelry and items of personal significance may be worn in a way that does not detract from the uniform appearance of the cap and gown.

Example pictures of appropriate and inappropriate graduation dress and cap decorations are included in the Graduation Information Night Presentation on the Graduation webpage.

Technology Notice

Once you graduate or otherwise leave 4J, your 4J email, 4J Google drive, and 4J Files1 are no longer accessible. Copy any data you wish to keep to an external drive or to your personal Google drive before you go.

Upcoming Events

May

1–31, Lunch*: Graduation Party Tickets on Sale ($35, scholarships available)

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

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

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

5/14–6/11, Lunch*: Senior Breakfast Ticket Sales in the Student Lounge

June

5/14–6/11 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

1: Senior Assembly

4, 8:30am–12pm: IHS Grad. Rehearsal & Farewell Assembly at SEHS Auditorium

7: Last Day for Seniors

7, 7pm: IHS Graduation at the Hult Center

June 12, Graduation Day

7:30am: Senior Breakfast at Eugene Faith Center

9:30am: Graduation Rehearsal** at the Hult Center

11am: Graduation Performer Rehearsal at the Hult Center

6pm: Class Cap and Gown Photo at the Hult Center

7pm: Graduation Ceremony at the Hult Center Silva Hall

11pm: Graduation Party! at the University of Oregon Recreation Center

 

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

2018 Senior Wall Gallery

Pictures of our 2018 Senior Wall. Click each picture to enlarge.

Important Information about Pertussis

Pertussis letter CHS May 2018

Dear Parent/Guardian/Staff of Churchill High School:

It is the 4J School District’s policy to inform parents when potential health concerns arise in our schools. This letter is to inform you that one individual has been diagnosed with

pertussis (whooping cough) at Churchill High School. We are obliged by law to keep the identity of the ill individuals confidential. This is NOT a medical emergency. We are working with the Lane County Health Department to prevent further spread of pertussis at Churchill.

 

Lane County Health Department recommends the following:

  1. If your child has symptoms of pertussis – as described below – please keep them home from school and consult with their healthcare provider. Tell your provider that your child may have been exposed to pertussis.
  2. Ensure your child is up to date on his or her immunizations. Contact your health care provider or school to review vaccine records.
  3. If you are pregnant and have contact with Churchill High School, call your health care provider to discuss prevention options during pregnancy.

 

What is Pertussis?

Pertussis, or whooping cough, is a contagious disease of the respiratory tract, caused by bacteria found in the mouth, nose, and throat of an infected person. Pertussis is spread through direct contact with nose and throat mucus and airborne droplets.

Pertussis can occur at any age, but infants and young children are at the highest risk of life-threatening consequences.

Immunization is the most effective way to prevent the spread of this illness. Handwashing and good respiratory etiquette are also helpful in preventing the spread of this infection.

 

Symptoms:

Symptoms of pertussis include cold-like symptoms followed in one to two weeks by coughing fits that can keep coming for weeks to months. During coughing attacks, young children may gag, gasp or strain to inhale, and/ or make the high-pitched whooping/ barking sound. This may be followed by vomiting or exhaustion. Fever is usually absent or minimal.

 

Treatment and Prevention:

Pertussis is treated with antibiotics, usually for 5 days.

Women in the third trimester of pregnancy and children under the age of 1 should also be on close watch for early pertussis symptoms including any cold-like symptoms. Medication may be necessary to prevent infection or to decrease the risk of spreading the infection to newborns.

Immunization is the most effective way to prevent pertussis. Children need a series of five DTaP vaccinations starting at two months of age until kindergarten. Adolescents (age 11-12 y.o.) and adults need a Tdap booster vaccine. Women should receive a dose of Tdap during the third trimester of each pregnancy.

Recommendations:

  • Now is a good time to review your child’s immunization record to see if they are current on all vaccinations and get them up to date.
  • Pregnant women should receive pertussis vaccine preferably at 27 and 36 weeks’ gestation, so that they can develop antibodies to pertussis and pass them to their babies before birth.
  • If your child has symptoms of pertussis, keep them at home, consult their health care provider, call the school, and contact the Health Department.

 

When sick with infectious illnesses, remember that frequent handwashing with soap and water, staying home, and covering your coughs and sneeze will prevent others from getting sick.

 

Resources:

http://www.oregon.gov/oha/PH/DISEASESCONDITIONS/DISEASESAZ/Pages/pertussis.aspx

 

If you have further questions, please call Lane County Public Health 541-682-4041.

 

Sincerely,

Kim Roellig, RN

School Nurse, Churchill High School

541 790-5237

 

in partnership with:

Patrick Luedtke, MD, MPH

Health Officer

Lane County Public Health Department

Building 4J’s Future: Bond Measure

Building 4J’s Future:

Share your input on potential school bond measure

The Eugene School District 4J school board is considering a potential bond measure in November 2018 to improve school buildings and learning materials.

The bond measure would build new school buildings and make other improvements in security, equity, technology, curriculum and more. Most of 4J’s school buildings were constructed in the 1940s to 1960s, and some are even older. Other capital improvements are needed due to changing enrollment, educational program needs and aging buildings and materials.

The school board wants to hear from community members about their views before making decisions in June. Please take a few minutes between now and May 30 to share your feedback in a community input form at www.surveymonkey.com/r/4Jbondsurvey2. Your input is important.

Parents and community members also are invited to learn more about the potential bond measure under discussion and talk with school board members and district staff at a community forum on Wednesday, May 30, at 7 p.m., at the 4J Education Center, 200 N. Monroe St. Spanish interpretation will be provided.


Construyendo el futuro de 4J:

Comparta su punto de vista sobre una posible propuesta de emisión de bonos

El consejo del Distrito Escolar de Eugene 4J está considerando una posible propuesta de emisión de bonos para la votación de noviembre del 2018 para mejorar las instalaciones escolares y materiales de aprendizaje.

El bono financiaría la construcción de nuevos edificios escolares y otras mejoras en seguridad, equidad, tecnología, currículo y más. La mayoría de las instalaciones escolares de 4J se construyeron entre las décadas de 1940 y 1960 y algunas son aún más viejas. Se necesita mejoría de capital debido a cambios de matrícula, necesidades del programa educacional y envejecimiento de instalaciones y materiales.

El consejo escolar desea escuchar las opiniones de la comunidad antes de tomar decisiones en junio. Se les invita a tomar unos minutos entre el día de hoy y el 30 de mayo para compartir sus comentarios en una encuesta en línea (www.surveymonkey.com/r/4Jbondsurvey2, en inglés). Su opinión es importante.

También se invita a los padres y miembros de la comunidad a un foro comunitario donde podrán enterarse mas sobre la posible propuesta de emisión de bonos que se está considerando y a hablar con los miembros de la junta directiva escolar. El foro se llevara a cabo el miércoles, 30 de mayo a las 7 p.m., en el Centro Educativo de 4J, ubicado en el 200 N. Monroe St. Se proveerá interpretación en español.

Friday, May 25, 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 the yoga room for hula practice.

CHS Choir

Do you like to sing, get school credit, or go on trips performing and competing around town? Do you have a hankering to make great music and to be a part of a supportive community? If you answered yes, then choir may be the place for you. Auditions for next year’s award winning Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers are every day next week in the choir room. Sign up for your spot on the choir room door and prepare 30 seconds of a song that you sound your best on. If you’re auditioning for Downing Street Singers, the song must be jazz and for Concert Choir the song can be any genre. Come be a part of the amazing experience that is CHOIR!”

Flag Football

The Flag Football game is next Friday, June 1, at 6:30pm on the turf. Come watch the Juniors take on the Seniors in a very competitive game of flag football. Entry into the game is 5 canned food items or $5. All goes to Food for Lane County.

Club Carnival

This is our last event of the year. We will have a dunk tank, cotton candy, games and hopefully sun!  There will also be an extended lunch, so come out and enjoy the fun.

Sophomores and Juniors

Résumés for Work Study positions at schools in the Churchill region will be accepted through next Thursday in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building. Get ready for next fall, work, get paid, and get class credit! See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office for more information.

LEAP Graduation Requirement

There are 24 seniors who need to complete their LEAP graduation requirement. Check your email for instructions on who to see and how to make an appointment to complete the LEAP interview. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building or your counselor if you have questions.

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!

The Job Fair is coming to Churchill on Tuesday, June 5th. Get your resumes ready, mark your calendars, and prepare to meet the people hiring for the summer and for full-time jobs. Details to come next week.

Beach Volleyball

Interested in a beach volleyball tourney starting next week? Pick up a sign-up sheet in the office and turn it into B17 today.

Grad Party

Seniors, now is the time to buy your Grad Party ticket. Tickets are on sale for $35 at lunch at the planters. Come celebrate graduation with your friends and have a chance to win some great prizes.

Students and Staff Writers and Poets

Submit a digital copy or put a paper copy of your short story or poem in the envelope outside F55 to be published in the first ever Churchill book of literature.  The deadline is today.

Pacific Islander Club

Ohara gathering is tonight in the library from 5-7:30pm.  Potluck style – bring a dish or dessert from your culture and a story of why you chose the dish.  Song, dance, singing, and ukulele playing; all are welcome.

Peer Navigator

If you are interested in being a Peer Navigator this summer and/or next school year, applications are due today by the end of the day. If you need more information, please see Ms. Kamens or Mr. Chism.

Cap & Gowns

Seniors – pick up your cap & gowns in the office.

Yearbook

It’s not too late to buy a yearbook. See Ken in the finance office with $65 and get yourself put on the list. Distribution is coming soon so don’t miss out.

Community Service Opportunities

High Hope Haven is a nonprofit looking for help updating their website to reach a new level of stability and reflect current business practice.  The website is www.havenoregon.org and is implemented under WordPress.  

Lane County Fire District invites youth to become a volunteer firefighter and/or emergency medical responder. There are 5 neighborhood fire stations in the district to include Crow, Elmira, Noti, Veneta, and Walton. Our slogan and mission “Neighbors Volunteering to Help Neighbors” is made possible only through community-wide volunteer support.

Adventure Children’s Museum is looking for help at the admissions desk and gift shop. You may intern as graphic designers,exhibit designers, read stories, and more.

A Child for Every Family – Many types of volunteer opportunities exist including website, blogging, assistants, and events, etc.

Eugene Science Center is recruiting for summer camp counselors interested in working with children as a way of fulfilling community service or internship requirements over the summer.  Counselors are needed for ten weeks of science camps for rising 1st-6th graders.

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