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Friday, March 24, 2017

Congratulations

Congratulations to Kai Isaia, winner of the Zonta Young Women in Public Affairs award. Kai’s dedication to service at Churchill and in the community paid off. Kai will receive $1000 now and her application will go to the national competition for a chance to win $4000. Way to go Kai.

Spaceflight Experiment

Students who participated in the Spaceflight experiment proposals and the spaceflight patch design contest may pick up their achievement certificates and flight patch in the front office today.

Hands On Careers Day at LCC

Register today for Hands On Careers Day at LCC. See Mary Beth in the STEM Building office.

Library

The library staff invites you to come in and find some reading for your break. We have some great new books and graphic novels. Happy spring break from your library.

Summer Employment

The City of Springfield is currently looking to hire 12 individuals for summer employment. Starting salary is $10.68 per hour. Employees must be at least 18 years of age to meet Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry standards for operating equipment by the time of hire and have a valid Oregon driver’s license. For directions on how to apply, please pick up a flyer in the career center or outside the STEM Building office.

Textbooks

Please remember to return your textbooks to your teachers or the library today to avoid late charges.

Schedules

Students, please check your term 3 schedules. There has been some shuffling as new classes open and other classes are balanced. Full schedule is posted in the career hallway.

Magic the Gathering

If you want to play or learn to play Magic the Gathering, come to F55 today at lunch.

Community Service

The “Color Me Rad” 5k run is Saturday April 1st. Volunteers are needed on Friday the 31st from 2:30-6:30 to check in runners, on Saturday from 8:00-11:00 am to work the color stations, hand out water, check people in or helping in the swag tent and finally from 10:00-1:00 for course clean up. Every volunteer receives a t-shirt. The run begins at CrossFit Eugene at Valley River. If you are interested see Ms Wilgus in Rm B-17 for more information.

Bus Passes

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

Senior Grad Party

Attention Seniors: Today is your last chance to earn 20 extra raffle tickets by purchasing your Grad Party Ticket. The raffle tickets are for the grand prizes of a flat screen TV, mini-ipad and Go-Pro. You can purchase your grad party ticket of $35 full price or $20 reduced lunch in the front office.

Sports

Saturday:  JV Baseball at Oakridge for DH: Noon and 2pm

High School Science Curriculum Open House — Tuesday, April 4

High School Science Curriculum Open House — Tuesday, April 4  

New curriculum is being considered for 4J high school science classes. Parents and students are invited to a science adoption open house to learn about and give feedback on the curriculum being considered — Tuesday, April 4, 5–6 p.m., at the 4J Education Center, 200 N. Monroe St. in Eugene. Spanish interpretation will be provided.

Oregon’s academic standards for science have changed. Our school district is looking to adopt new high school science curriculum to replace aging learning materials, using bond funds approved by voters in 2013. New science curriculum already has been adopted for elementary and middle schools. Now, updated curricula are being considered and community input is invited for five high school science courses: physical science, biology, earth science, chemistry and physics.

Curriculum recommendations will be considered by the school board for adoption this spring. New materials could be in use as soon as next fall.


 

Sesión abierta al publico sobre el currículo de ciencias en las escuelas preparatorias martes, 4 de abril

Se está considerando un nuevo currículo para las clases de ciencia en las escuelas preparatorias de 4J. Los padres y estudiantes están invitados a una reunión para aprender y dar su opinión acerca del currículo que se está considerando. La reunión se llevara a cabo el martes 4 de abril de 5 a 6 p.m., en el centro educacional de 4J, localizado en el 200 N. Monroe Street en Eugene. Se proveerá intérpretes en español.

Los estándares académicos de Oregon para las clases de ciencia han cambiado. Nuestro distrito escolar esta considerando adoptar un nuevo currículo para las clases de ciencia en las escuelas preparatorias para reemplazar materiales de aprendizaje anticuados utilizando fondos de bonos aprobado por los votantes en el 2013. Se ha adoptado ya un nuevo currículo para las clases de ciencia en las escuelas primarias y secundarias. Ahora se están considerando currículos actualizados para las escuelas preparatorias y se invita a la comunidad a dar su opinión sobre cinco cursos de ciencia: ciencias naturales, biología, ciencias de la tierra, química y física.

Las recomendaciones del currículo serán consideradas por la junta directiva para su adopción esta primavera. Los materiales nuevos podrían estar en uso tan pronto como el próximo otoño.

 

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Library

The library staff invites you to come in and find some reading for your break. We have some great new books and graphic novels. Happy spring break from your library.

Leadership

Students and Staff- Join Leadership today in the conference room during lunch to brainstorm ideas for mental health awareness month.

Dance 101

Dance 101 is today at lunch in the cafeteria.

Summer Employment

The City of Springfield is currently looking to hire 12 individuals for summer employment. Starting salary is $10.68 per hour. Employees must be at least 18 years of age to meet Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry standards for operating equipment by the time of hire and have a valid Oregon driver’s license. For directions on how to apply, please pick up a flyer in the career center or outside the STEM Building office.

Textbooks

Please remember to return your textbooks to your teachers or the library by Friday to avoid late charges.

Equestrian

Churchill’s Equestrian team’s final horse show is next weekend, March 31-April 2. Come cheer on Ali, Jade, Madaya, Vanessa, and Kendall.

Magic the Gathering

If you want to play or learn to play Magic the Gathering, come to F55 tomorrow at lunch.

Community Service

The “Color Me Rad” 5k run is Saturday April 1st. Volunteers are needed on Friday the 31st from 2:30-6:30 to check in runners, on Saturday from 8:00-11:00 am to work the color stations, hand out water, check people in or helping in the swag tent and finally from 10:00-1:00 for course clean up. Every volunteer receives a t-shirt. The run begins at CrossFit Eugene at Valley River. If you are interested see Ms Wilgus in Rm B-17 for more information.

Bus Passes

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

Spring Clothing Drive

Churchill’s 1st Annual Spring Clothing Drive is coming April 3-14. Collection boxes will be located in the front office and room B17. Enter our raffle at a chance to win prizes.

Senior Grad Party

Attention Seniors: Today and tomorrow are your last chances to earn 20 extra raffle tickets by purchasing your Grad Party Ticket. The raffle tickets are for the grand prizes of a flat screen TV, mini-ipad and Go-Pro. You can purchase your grad party ticket of $35 full price or $20 reduced lunch in the front office.

Sports

Today:  Varsity Baseball at Thurston:  4:30 pm: Release at 2pm; JV Baseball at CHS Double Header: 2/4pm:  Release at Noon; Girls Tennis vs. South Eugene at 4pm: Release at 3pm; JV Boys Golf at Oakway, 1 pm start – dismiss at 11:30 am

Saturday:  JV Baseball at Oakridge for DH: Noon and 2pm

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Leadership

Join us for a discussion about mental health awareness on Thursday morning at 8 am and at lunch in Wilgus’ room B17.

Textbooks

Please remember to return your textbooks to your teachers or the library by Friday to avoid late charges.

Key Club

Key Club meets at lunch today in Room H8.

Equestrian

Churchill’s Equestrian team’s final horse show is next weekend, March 31-April 2. Come cheer on Ali, Jade, Madaya, Vanessa, and Kendall.

Community Service

Need community service hours?  Volunteering at the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Book Sale is a great way to get those hours.  This year’s sale is  April 7,8 & 9.  For more information come to the College and Career Center, watch for posters around campus or visit the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Web site.

The “Color Me Rad” 5k run is Saturday April 1st. Volunteers are needed on Friday the 31st from 2:30-6:30 to check in runners, on Saturday from 8:00-11:00 am to work the color stations, hand out water, check people in or helping in the swag tent and finally from 10:00-1:00 for course clean up. Every volunteer receives a t-shirt. The run begins at CrossFit Eugene at Valley River. If you are interested see Ms Wilgus in Rm B-17 for more information.

Bus Passes

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

African American Youth Leadership

All students attending African American Youth Leadership Conference, please meet in the auditorium at lunch.

Safety Town

Volunteer applications for Teen Safety Town summer camp are available in the College & Career Center on the Community Service wall. SAFETY TOWN is a two-week child accident prevention program for children entering kindergarten in the fall.  This program is sponsored by the Eugene Police Department. Teen volunteers act as camp counselors for the preschool campers.

Seniors

Still need to complete your LEAP? Sign up for your LEAP interview with Mary Beth in the Career Center.

Lane Community College Hands on Career Day Field Trip

All students are invited to register for the Lane Community College Hands on Career Day field trip. Please see Mary Beth in the Career Center today to choose your workshops. Flyers and workshop lists are posted around the school.

Football

If you are interesting in playing Football for the Lancers next fall, there is a meeting in Coach Robinson’s room at lunchtime today. This is important meeting for information on the summer football schedule, spring football, and many other topics. Plan on being there if you are thinking about playing football in the fall. If you have questions, talk to Coach Robinson.

Spring Clothing Drive

Churchill’s 1st Annual Spring Clothing Drive is coming April 3-14. Collection boxes will be located in the front office and room B17. Enter our raffle at a chance to win prizes.

Sports

Wednesday:  Softball Released for Spring Break Trip; Track at Willamette: Release at 1:40pm

Thursday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Thurston:  2/4pm: Release at Noon; JV Baseball at Thurston: 2/4pm:  Release at Noon; Girls Tennis vs. South Eugene at 4pm: Release at 3pm; JV Boys Golf at Oakway, 1 pm start – dismiss at 11:30 am

Saturday:  JV Baseball at Oakridge for DH: Noon and 2pm

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Leadership

Join us for a discussion about mental health awareness on Thursday morning at 8 am and at lunch in Wilgus’ room, B17.

Lancer Pageant

The Lancer Pageant Wild Duck fundraiser is all day today. Go to the Wild Duck and show them a flyer on your phone or paper copy to help support the Lancer Pageant.

Senior Grad Party

Come to the courtyard during lunch today through Friday to purchase your senior grad party tickets. $35 regular or $20 for reduced lunch price.

Textbooks

Please remember to return your textbooks to your teachers or the library by Friday to avoid late charges.

Beauty Club

The Beauty Club meets today after school in STEM 105.

GSA

Come to F55 during lunch to talk about upcoming events and check in.

Community Service

Do you need community service hours?  Volunteering at the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Book Sale is a great way to get those hours.  This year’s sale is  April 7,8 & 9.  For more information come to the College and Career Center, watch for posters around campus or visit the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Web site.

Bus Passes

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

African American Youth Leadership

All students attending African American Youth Leadership Conference, please meet in the auditorium at lunch.

Safety Town

Volunteer applications for Teen Safety Town summer camp are available in the College & Career Center on the Community Service wall. SAFETY TOWN is a two-week child accident prevention program for children entering kindergarten in the fall.  This program is sponsored by the Eugene Police Department. Teen volunteers act as camp counselors for the preschool campers.

Seniors

Still need to complete your LEAP? Sign up for your LEAP interview with Mary Beth in the Career Center today!

Attention Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

If you participated in the Student Spaceflight Experiment Program last year, please check your email and come to the Splashdown Awards tomorrow at 8:40 am in the auditorium and receive your national certificate of achievement and your very own Spaceflight Experiment Patch.

Lane Community College Hands on Career Day Field Trip

All students are invited to register for the Lane Community College Hands on Career Day field trip. Please see Mary Beth in the Career Center today to choose your workshops. Flyers and workshop lists are posted around the school.

Football

If you are interesting in playing Football for the Lancers next fall, there is a meeting in Coach Robinson’s room at lunchtime tomorrow. This is important meeting for information on the summer football schedule, spring football, and many other topics. Plan on being there if you are thinking about playing football in the fall. If you have questions, talk to Coach Robinson.

Dance 101

Dance 101 is today at lunch in the cafeteria.

Spring Clothing Drive

Churchill’s 1st Annual Spring Clothing Drive is coming April 3-14. Collection boxes will be located in the front office and room B17. Enter our raffle at a chance to win prizes.

Sports

Tuesday:  Baseball Games cancelled

Wednesday:  Softball Released TBA for Spring Break Trip; Track at Willamette: Release at 1:40pm

Thursday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Thurston:  2/4pm: Release at Noon; JV Baseball at Thurston: 2/4pm:  Release at Noon; Girls Tennis vs. South Eugene at 4pm: Release at 3pm; JV Boys Golf at Oakway, 1 pm start – dismiss at 11:30 am

Saturday:  JV Baseball at Oakridge for DH: Noon and 2pm

Prom April 29, 2017

Junior and senior prom is coming!

This year’s Old Hollywood prom will be on April 29th from 8 to 11pm at the Ford Alumni Center, next to Matt Knight Arena!

Tickets will go on sale April 17th before school, during the 10 minute passing period, during lunch, and after school- until April 28th. Tickets will be $25 with ASB and $30 without ASB. Look for posters and flyers around the school for more information regarding tickets! Ticket prices will increase at the door.

Prom Court nominations will begin at the same time as ticket sales. Seniors are asked to nominate 5 students who identify as female and 5 students who identify as male to serve on the court. Juniors nominate 4 female students and 4 male students for court. The final court will consist of 10 seniors and 4 juniors. At the dance, students will vote for two court members they believe deserve to be the prom royalty and those students will then be announced and crowned.

We are incredibly excited for this event and we hope students are too!

We still need chaperones! If you are interested in being a parent chaperone, please email Lauren Nusser at lnusser37@4j.lane.edu

Monday, March 20, 2017

Senior Grad Party

Come to the courtyard during lunch starting tomorrow to purchase your senior grad party tickets. $35 regular or $20 for reduced lunch price.

Leadership

Leadership is assisting A Family for Every Child organization that provides assistance to foster children and foster families. They are hosting an event called “Princess for a Day”. Donations of dresses, dress up shoes, wings, wands, etc. would be greatly appreciated. Donation boxes will be in the front office and B17.

Beauty Club

The Beauty Club meets after school tomorrow in STEM 105.

Downing Street Singers

A huge congratulations to our Downing Street Singers for their 2nd place finish last Thursday at the 35th annual Clackamas Jazz Festival. This is Churchill’s first time placing in the top three at this festival. Way to go!

Bus Passes

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

Lancer Pageant

Come enjoy some amazing food all day tomorrow at the Wild Duck Cafe. You must bring a flyer to this event. Flyers are on the posters around school or in the front office.

Safety Town

Volunteer applications for Teen Safety Town summer camp are available in the College & Career Center on the Community Service wall. SAFETY TOWN is a two-week child accident prevention program for children entering kindergarten in the fall.  This program is sponsored by the Eugene Police Department. Teen volunteers act as camp counselors for the preschool campers.

Seniors

Still need to complete your LEAP? Sign up for your LEAP interview with Mary Beth in the Career Center today!

Attention Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

If you participated in the Student Spaceflight Experiment Program last year, please check your email and come to the Splashdown Awards on Wednesday at 8:40 in the auditorium and receive your national certificate of achievement and your very own Spaceflight Experiment Patch.

Lane Community College Hands on Career Day Field Trip

All students are invited to register for the Lane Community College Hands on Career Day field trip. Please see Mary Beth in the Career Center today to choose your workshops. Flyers and workshop lists are posted around the school.

Football

If you are interesting in playing Football for the Lancers next fall, there is a meeting in Coach Robinson’s room at lunchtime on Wednesday. This is important meeting for information on the summer football schedule, spring football, and many other topics. Plan on being there if you are thinking about playing football in the fall. If you have questions, talk to Coach Robinson.

Sports

Monday: Boys Varsity Golf at Shadow Hills, 12:45 start – dismiss at 11:10 am; Girls Golf tournament at 1:30 pm  at Shadow Hills – release 12:30

Tuesday:  Varsity/JV Baseball at Thurston:  5pm:  Release at 230pm; Softball at Thurston: 5pm:  Release at 230pm

Wednesday:  Softball Released TBA for Spring Break Trip; Track at Willamette:  Release at 1:40pm

Thursday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Thurston:  2/4pm: Release at Noon; JV Baseball at Thurston: 2/4pm:  Release at Noon; Girls Tennis vs. South Eugene at 4pm: Release at 3pm; JV Boys Golf at Oakway, 1 pm start – dismiss at 11:30 am

Saturday:  JV Baseball at Oakridge for DH: Noon and 2pm

Friday, March 17, 2017

Tennis

Congratulations to CHS boys tennis who had a win over Willamette last night.

Lancer Pageant Decorations

If you are interested in helping with decorations for this year’s Lancer Pageant, come to a meeting today at lunch in B17.

Senior Grad Party

Come to the senior courtyard during lunch on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week and purchase your senior grad party tickets. $35 regular or $20 for reduced lunch price.

Hack Club

Join us after school today in Stem 118 for coding adventures in Hack Club.

All Club Meeting

All Club meeting in the auditorium today at lunch.

Community Service

Do you need community service hours?  Volunteering at the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Book Sale is a great way to get those hours.  This year’s sale is  April 7,8 & 9.  For more information come to the College and Career Center, watch for posters around campus or visit the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Web site.

AP Testing

Attention AP Students – If you are taking an AP exam, you must make your payment by today. See Ken in the Finance office.

Yearbooks

Come in and pay for your yearbooks so we know what we need to order and before the price goes up.

Lancer Pageant

We want to see you at our next Lancer Pageant event! Come enjoy some amazing food at Wild Duck Cafe anytime on Tuesday, March 21st. You must bring a flyer to this event so our program can receive a portion of the day’s proceeds.

Leadership

Leadership is assisting A Family for Every Child organization that provides assistance to foster children and foster families. They are hosting an event called “Princess for a Day”. Donations of dresses, dress up shoes, wings, wands, etc. would be greatly appreciated. Donation boxes will be in the front office and B17.

Magic the Gathering

If you want to play or learn to play Magic the Gathering, come to F55 today at lunch.

Sports

Today: JV Boys Golf at Springfield Golf Club 2 pm – release at 12:30 pm

Saturday: Boys Lacrosse vs Wilsonville at CHS 12:00

SCHOOL CLIMATE SURVEY

Here is the link to the school climate survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/4jschoolclimatesurvey

Thursday, March 16, 2017

Community Service

Do you need community service hours?  Volunteering at the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Book Sale is a great way to get those hours.  This year’s sale is  April 7,8 & 9.  For more information come to the College and Career Center, watch for posters around campus or visit the Friends of the Eugene Public Library Web site.

AP Testing

Attention AP Students – If you are taking an AP exam, you must make your payment by tomorrow. See Ken in the Finance office.

Attention Seniors

For those of you who have not completed your LEAP, please check your email for information on the LEAP deadline and use the link provided to set up an interview with Mary Beth.

WISE

There will be a WISE meeting today at lunch in the STEM conference room.

Yearbooks

Come in and pay for your yearbooks so we know what we need to order and before the price goes up.

Lancer Pageant

We want to see you at our next Lancer Pageant event! Come enjoy some amazing food at Wild Duck Cafe anytime on Tuesday, March 21st. You must bring a flyer to this event so our program can receive a portion of the day’s proceeds.

Leadership

Leadership is assisting A Family for Every Child organization that provides assistance to foster children and foster families. They are hosting an event called “Princess for a Day”. Donations of dresses, dress up shoes, wings, wands, etc. would be greatly appreciated. Donation boxes will be in the front office and B17.

Magic the Gathering

If you want to play or learn to play Magic the Gathering, come to F55 tomorrow at lunch.

Dance 101

Dance 101 meets today during lunch in the cafeteria.

Sports

Today: Varsity Baseball vs. Summit at PK Park at 4pm:  Release 145pm; Boys Tennis at Willamette at 4pm: Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Willamette at 4pm:  Release at 3pm

Saturday: Boys Lacrosse vs Wilsonville at CHS 12:00