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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Pacific Islander Club

We will meet tomorrow in C8, potluck style. Bring DA GRINDZ.

Book Worm Club

Book Worm Club meets tomorrow during lunch in room G27.

Library

Winter Break is quickly approaching. Stop by the library and pick up a book to read over break. The library will be closed until 8:30am on Friday morning so be sure to plan ahead.

Art Club

Art Club will meet in B1 at lunch today.

CHS Thespians Present Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

Performances are tonight, tomorrow night, and December 16th at 7:00pm in the CHS auditorium. Tickets can be purchased prior to the show from cast and crew members or at the door.  $10 general admission or $7 for students.

Seniors

Please order your cap and gown for graduation from Miners at www.minersgrad.com or pick up an order sheet in the front office by tomorrow. Prices increase after tomorrow.

Senior pictures are due tomorrow to Yearbook. Submission information is available in the office.

RTEC 101

Gateway to College and Careers ∼ For high school seniors interested in attending LCC after high school graduation. Earn up to three college credits for free! Transportation may be provided. Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP.  See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building for details.

Gym

The gym is closed at lunch until after break.

BSU

BSU meets today at lunch in J9. Come join us.

Hack Club

Come to Hack Club tomorrow after school in STEM 118.

ASU

Come to ASU today at lunch in H23. All are welcome.

Women’s Empowerment & Crafting

Come to Women’s Empowerment and crafting tomorrow at lunch in J15.

GSA

GSA is presenting their first ever drag show. Come to the drag workshop on Jan. 2nd from 2-4pm to learn the art of drag. Sign up to attend the workshop in the choir room at lunch.

WISE

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

Thespian Club

Thespian Club is holding our final meeting of 2017 in Mr. Patton’s room, H8, today at lunch.

Sports

Friday: Swimming hosting Junction City and Cottage Grove at 3:30pm: Release at 2pm;  Girls Basketball at Summit High School: Release at Noon;  Boys Basketball vs. Summit: 5:15/7pm: No Early Release: Frosh at Kennedy;  Wrestling at Central High School: Release all day

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

OBOB

OBOB practice meets today during lunch in room G27.

Library

Winter Break is quickly approaching. Stop by the library and pick up a book to read over break. The library will be closed until 8:30am on Friday morning so be sure to plan ahead.

CHS Thespians Present Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

Performances are tomorrow night, December 15th, and December 16th at 7:00pm in the CHS auditorium. Tickets can be purchased prior to the show from cast and crew members or at the door.  $10 general admission or $7 for students.

Seniors

There will be voting today between 2nd & 3rd period at the planters for the class song.

Please order your cap and gown for graduation from Miners at www.minersgrad.com or pick up an order sheet in the front office by Friday. Prices increase after Friday.

Senior pictures are due to Yearbook Friday. Submission information is available in the office.

RTEC 101

Gateway to College and Careers ∼ For high school seniors interested in attending LCC after high school graduation. Earn up to three college credits for free! Transportation may be provided. Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP.  See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building for details.

Lane Community College Visit

Join us tomorrow at 10am in room F39 to hear from the LCC admission office representatives to learn about what the community college has to offer for your future. Open to students of every grade.

Gym

The gym is closed at lunch until after break.

Key Club

All students are invited to the Key Club cookie baking party today at lunch in F49.  We will be delivering tomorrow. Come help us bake holiday cookies for the residents of Churchill Estates, eat cookies, and welcome new members.

Latino Family Celebration

Our 6th Annual Latino Family celebration is tonight at 6:30pm in the cafeteria. All students and staff are encouraged to come enjoy food, fun, and family.

Interact Club

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

Music Club

Music Club meets today after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

ASU

Come to ASU tomorrow at lunch in H23. All are welcome.

BSU

BSU meets tomorrow at lunch in J9. Come join us.

Hack Club

Come to Hack Club Friday after school in STEM 118.

Sports

Today:  Wrestling hosting Springfield: 5pm Weigh-ins/ 6pm JV/ 7pm Varsity

Friday: Swimming hosting Junction City and Cottage Grove at 3:30pm: Release at 2pm;  Girls Basketball at Summit High School: Release at Noon;  Boys Basketball vs. Summit: 5:15/7pm: No Early Release: Frosh at Kennedy;  Wrestling at Central High School: Release all day

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

NASU

Today at the planters NASU will be selling fry bread for $1 during lunch. Make sure to stop by.

Calling All Poets!

On Thursday, January 18th, CHS is hosting Open Mic Poetry Night in the auditorium at 7:00pm.  We need more Churchill students to read original works at this event. If you are interested, there will be a meeting today during lunch in J29, Mrs. Sterling’s room.

OBOB

OBOB practice is happening tomorrow during lunch in room G27.

Library

Winter Break is quickly approaching. Stop by the library and pick up a book to read over break. The library will be closed until 8:30am on Friday morning so be sure to plan ahead.

School Grounds

School Grounds is open this trimester 1st & 2nd periods for orders and delivery. Stop by!

Pacific Northwest College of Art

Pacific Northwest College of Art will be presenting during second period tomorrow in B1.  All interested students are welcome.

CHS Thespians Present Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

Performances are happening December 14th, 15th and 16th at 7:00pm in the CHS auditorium. Tickets can be purchased prior to the show from cast and crew members or at the door.  $10 general admission or $7 for students.

Seniors

There will be a voting today between 2nd & 3rd period at the planters for the class song.

Please order your cap and gown for graduation from Miners at www.minersgrad.com or pick up an order sheet in the front office by Friday. Prices increase after Friday.

Senior pictures are due to Yearbook this Friday. Submission information is available in the office.

Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering

An information meeting for those interested in participating in the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering program will be at South Eugene High School tonight at 7:00pm. ASE is a high-school internship program for highly motivated students interested in STEM careers.  Go to Saturday Academy.org for more information.

RTEC 101

Gateway to College and Careers ∼ For high school seniors interested in attending LCC after high school graduation. Earn up to three college credits for free! Transportation may be provided. Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP.  See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building for details.

Lane Community College Visit

Join us on Thursday at 10am in room F39 to hear from the LCC admission office representatives to learn about what the community college has to offer for your future. Open to students of every grade.

Gym

The gym is closed at lunch until after break.

College & Scholarship Application Workshop

The College & Scholarship Application Workshop for today at 3:45pm has been cancelled.

GSA

GSA is having a drag show on January 12th at 7:00pm. If you want to participate there will be sign up sheets around the school. All are welcome.

Key Club

All students are invited to the Key Club cookie baking party tomorrow at lunch in F49.  We will be delivering on Thursday. Come help us bake holiday cookies for the residents of Churchill Estates, eat cookies, and welcome new members.

Latino Family Celebration

Our 6th annual Latino Family celebration is tomorrow night at 6:30pm in the cafeteria. All students and staff are encouraged to come enjoy food, fun, and family.

Interact Club

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

Music Club

Music Club meets tomorrow after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Sports

Today: Girls Basketball at Crescent Valley: Release 2:30pm;  Boys Basketball vs. Crescent Valley: 4/530/7pm Frosh release at 2:45pm

Wednesday:  Wrestling hosting Springfield: 5pm Weigh-ins/ 6pm JV/ 7pm Varsity

Friday: Swimming hosting Junction City and Cottage Grove at 3:30pm: Release at 2pm;  Girls Basketball at Summit High School: Release at Noon;  Boys Basketball vs. Summit: 5:15/7pm: No Early Release: Frosh at Kennedy;  Wrestling at Central High School: Release all day

Monday, December 11, 2017

School Grounds

School Grounds is open this trimester 1st & 2nd periods for orders and delivery. Stop by!

CHS Thespians Present Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

Performances are happening December 14th, 15th and 16th at 7:00pm in the CHS auditorium. Tickets can be purchased prior to the show from cast and crew members or at the door.  $10 general admission or $7 for students.

Varsity Football Players

Tonight is the end of season banquet. It will start at 6:30pm in the CHS auditorium. Please attend and bring your family so we can celebrate a memorable football season. Go Lancers!

Seniors

There will be a voting today between 2nd & 3rd period at the planters for the class song.

Please order your cap and gown for graduation from Miners at www.minersgrad.com or pick up an order sheet in the front office.

Senior pictures are due to Yearbook this Friday. Submission information is available in the office.

Attention Seniors Going to Lane Community College

Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered today at 3:45pm in STEM 118. You must have an L-number and bring your photo ID.

Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering

An information meeting for those interested in participating in the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering program will be at South Eugene High School tomorrow at 7:00pm. ASE is a high-school internship program for highly motivated students interested in STEM careers.  Go to Saturday Academy.org for more information.

Key Club

All students are invited to the Key Club cookie baking party Wednesday at lunch in F49.  We will be delivering on Thursday. Come help us bake holiday cookies for the residents of Churchill Estates, eat cookies, and welcome new members.  

GSA

GSA meets today at lunch in F55. Everyone is welcome.

Latino Family Celebration

Our 6th annual Latino Family celebration is Wednesday night at 6:30pm in the cafeteria. All students and staff are encouraged to come enjoy food, fun, and family.

Interact Club

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

Music Club

Music Club meets Wednesday after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Winter Holiday Resources Recursos para los Días Festivos del Invierno

Winter Holiday Resources / Recursos para los Días Festivos del Invierno

Churchill Gear Store

Churchill Gear is available for purchase in the front office during regular office hours. Items, sizes, and colors are subject to availability at the time of purchase. Prices are subject to change.

Click on picture to enlarge.

Friday, December 8, 2017

School Grounds

Starting next week, School Grounds will be open for 1st & 2nd period orders and delivery. Stop by!

Women’s Empowerment & Crafting

Do you enjoy empowerment and crafting? Come to Women Empowerment & Crafting Club today at lunch in J15. There will be cookies!

Your Friendly Counseling Dept.

Today is the last day for schedule changes without penalty. Please fill out a schedule change form by the end of today or you will be expected to finish the term with your current schedule.

CHS Thespians Present Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

This killer murder mystery debuts tonight, December 8th at 7:00pm, with more performances on the 9th, 14th, 15th and 16th at 7:00pm. There will also be a matinee at 2:00pm on December 9th. Tickets will be sold for $10 general admission or $7 for students. They can be purchased prior to the show by cast and crew members or at the door. All shows will be held in the Churchill High School auditorium.

Library Aides

The library needs 2nd, 3rd and 4th period student aides this trimester. If you have a free period these periods, come on down to the library and sign up!

Varsity Football Players

The end of the season Football banquet is this upcoming Monday, December 11th at 6:30pm in the CHS cafeteria. Please attend with your family so we can celebrate an amazing football season. Go Lancers!

Attention Churchill Students Interested in Writing

Are you interested in being a student writer for a local magazine?  The South Hills Magazine is a publication that is mailed to families in the Churchill South Hills neighborhood.  The magazine features a neighborhood family on the cover and inside features articles about local students, businesses, and pets. n2Publishing is looking for students who want to earn community service hours as student writers. This would entail searching for or nominating families, kids, residential businesses, pets, etc, in your neighborhood area and writing about them in the magazine.  If interested contact Kimberly Williams at Kimberly.williams@n2pub.com or 541-954-3163.

After School Homework/Study Club

Starting this trimester there will be a supervised after school study club where students can get a snack, work on homework, and have opportunities to receive help and support from a staff member. This club/group meets in F43 everyday after school from 3:30 – 4:30pm. Students are welcome to attend any day or everyday. All students are invited to take advantage of this great opportunity to stay up on your course work and seek support as needed.

Book Worm Club

Book Worm Club meets today during lunch in room G27, next to the library.

Seniors

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

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

Key Club

The big Key Club cookie baking party has moved to NEXT Wednesday during lunch and will be delivered NEXT Thursday.  All students are invited to our BIG cookie baking party next Wednesday at lunch in F49.  Come help us bake holiday cookies for the residents of Churchill Estates, eat cookies, and welcome new members.  

Hack Club

Hack Club meets today after school in STEM 118.

Juniors and Seniors

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

Attention Seniors Going to Lane Community College

Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered on Monday, December 11th at 3:45pm in STEM 118. 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 in the STEM building as soon as possible.

RTEC 101

Gateway to College and Careers ∼ For high school seniors interested in attending LCC after high school graduation. Earn up to three college credits for free! Transportation may be provided. Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building for details.

Lane Community College Visit

Join us to hear from the LCC admission office representatives to learn about what the community college has to offer for your future. Open to students of every grade. Thursday, December 14th at 10am in room F39.

Sports

Today: Boys Basketball at Dallas: 5:15/7pm: Release at 2:15;  Swim vs. Thurston at Willamalane at 4pm: Release at 2:15pm

Saturday: Wrestling at Springfield Tournament

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Women’s Empowerment & Crafting

Do you enjoy empowerment and crafting? Come to Women Empowerment & Crafting Club Friday at lunch in J15. There will be cookies!

Lancer Freshman

All freshman interested in participating in the Lancer Pageant, our final informational meeting is today in B17. Make sure to bring your friends and see you there.

CHS Thespians Present Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

This killer murder mystery debuts tomorrow, December 8th at 7:00pm, with more performances on the 9th, 14th, 15th and 16th at 7:00pm. There will also be a matinee at 2:00pm on December 9th. Tickets will be sold for $10 general admission or $7 for students. They can be purchased prior to the show by cast and crew members or at the door. All shows will be held in the Churchill High School auditorium.

Library Aides

The library needs aides this trimester. So if you have a free period, come on down to the library and sign up!

Attention Churchill Students Interested in Writing

Are you interested in being a student writer for a local magazine?  The South Hills Magazine is a publication that is mailed to families in the Churchill South Hills neighborhood.  The magazine features a neighborhood family on the cover and inside features articles about local students, businesses, and pets. n2Publishing is looking for students who want to earn community service hours as student writers. This would entail searching for or nominating families, kids, residential businesses, pets, etc, in your neighborhood area and writing about them in the magazine.  If interested contact Kimberly Williams at Kimberly.williams@n2pub.com or 541-954-3163.

After School Homework/Study Club

Starting this trimester there will be a supervised after school study club where students can get a snack, work on homework, and have opportunities to receive help and support from a staff member. This club/group meets in F43 everyday after school from 3:30 – 4:30pm. Students are welcome to attend any day or everyday. All students are invited to take advantage of this great opportunity to stay up on your course work and seek support as needed.

JV Football Players

If you DID NOT dress down for the playoffs, there will be an after school pizza party for you in the cafeteria today. Please attend this event to celebrate your season and to learn about off-season expectations. Go Lancers!

Book Worm Club

Book Worm Club meets tomorrow during lunch in room G27, next to the library.

Seniors

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

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

Key Club

The big Key Club cookie baking party has moved to NEXT Wednesday during lunch and will be delivered NEXT Thursday.  All students are invited to our BIG cookie baking party next Wednesday at lunch in F49.  Come help us bake holiday cookies for the residents of Churchill Estates, eat cookies, and welcome new members.  

Hack Club

Hack Club meets tomorrow after school in STEM 118.

Asian Student Union

ASU meets today during lunch in H23.

BSU

Everyone is invited to attend BSU today at lunch in J9.

Women in Science & Engineering

WISE invites all students to come to the STEM conference room today at lunch to hear our guest speaker, Rick, a self-taught astrophysicist enthusiast that has established a K-12 outreach program throughout Oregon. He’s had funding from NASA’s Oregon Space Grant and the University of Oregon to develop these programs. Mr. Kang has been a tour guide at the Pine Mountain Observatory for more than a decade. Come learn about the varied careers available in astro sciences.

Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering

An information meeting for those interested in participating in the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering program will be at South Eugene High School: Tuesday, December 12th at 7:00pm. ASE is a high-school internship program for highly motivated students interested in going into science, technology, engineering, medicine, or mathematics-related careers.  Go to Saturday Academy.org for more information. This program is available to students in grades 9-11 only.

Juniors and Seniors

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

Attention Seniors Going to Lane Community College

Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered on Monday, December 11th at 3:45 p.m. in STEM 118. 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 in the STEM building as soon as possible.

RTEC 101

Gateway to College and Careers ∼ For high school seniors interested in attending LCC after high school graduation. Earn up to three college credits for free! Transportation may be provided. Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building for details.

Lane Community College Visit

Join us to hear from the LCC admission office representatives to learn about what the community college has to offer for your future. Open to students of every grade. Thursday, December 14th at 10am in room F39.

Sports

Friday: Boys Basketball at Dallas: 5:15/7pm: Release at 2:15;  Swim vs. Thurston at Willamalane at 4pm: Release at 2:15pm

Saturday: Wrestling at Springfield Tournament

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Lancer Freshman

All freshman interested  in participating in the Lancer Pageant, our final informational meeting is tomorrow, Thursday, Dec. 7th in B17. Make sure to bring your friends and see you there.

CHS Thespians Present Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap”

This killer murder mystery debuts on December 8th at 7:00pm, with more performances on the 9th, 14th, 15th and 16th at 7:00pm. There will also be a matinee at 2:00pm on December 9th. Tickets will be sold for $10 general admission or $7 for students. They can be purchased prior to the show by cast and crew members or at the door. All shows will be held in the Churchill High School auditorium.

Library Aides

The library needs aides this trimester. So if you have a free period, come on down to the library and sign up!

Attention Churchill Students Interested in Writing

Are you interested in being a student writer for a local magazine?  The South Hills Magazine is a publication that is mailed to families in the Churchill South Hills neighborhood.  The magazine features a neighborhood family on the cover and inside features articles about local students, businesses, and pets. n2Publishing is looking for students who want to earn community service hours as student writers. This would entail searching for or nominating families, kids, residential businesses, pets, etc, in your neighborhood area and writing about them in the magazine.  If interested contact Kimberly Williams at Kimberly.williams@n2pub.com or 541-954-3163.

After School Homework/Study Club

Starting this trimester there will be a supervised after school study club where students can get a snack, work on homework, and have opportunities to receive help and support from a staff member. This club/group meets in F43 everyday after school from 3:30 – 4:30pm. Students are welcome to attend any day or everyday. All students are invited to take advantage of this great opportunity to stay up on your course work and seek support as needed.

JV Football Players

If you DID NOT dress down for the playoffs, there will be an after school pizza party for you in the cafeteria tomorrow December 7th. Please attend this event to celebrate your season and to learn about off-season expectations. See you there. Go Lancers!

Oregon Battle of the Books

OBOB practice meets today during lunch in room G27, next to the library.

Seniors

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

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

Interact Club

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

Key Club

The big Key Club cookie baking party has moved to NEXT Wednesday during lunch and will be delivered NEXT Thursday.  To ALL students: Do you have big ideas and want to make a difference in our community–no matter how big or small? Come to our BIG cookie baking party next Wednesday at lunch in F49.  Come help us bake holiday cookies for the residents of Churchill Estates, eat cookies, and welcome new members.  

Music Club

Music Club meets today after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Hack Club

Hack Club meets Friday after school in STEM 118.

Asian Student Union

ASU meets tomorrow during lunch in H23.

BSU

Everyone is invited to attend BSU tomorrow at lunch in J9.

Women in Science & Engineering

WISE invites all students to come to the STEM conference room and hear our Thursday lunch guest speaker, Rick, a self-taught astrophysicist enthusiast that has established a K-12 outreach program throughout Oregon. He’s had funding from NASA’s Oregon Space Grant and the University of Oregon to develop these programs. Mr. Kang has been a tour guide at the Pine Mountain Observatory for more than a decade. Come learn about the varied careers available in astro sciences.

Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering

An information meeting for those interested in participating in the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering program will be at South Eugene High School: Tuesday, December 12th at 7:00pm. ASE is a high-school internship program for highly motivated students interested in going into science, technology, engineering, medicine, or mathematics-related careers.  Go to Saturday Academy.org for more information. This program is available to students in grades 9-11 only.

Juniors and Seniors

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

Attention Seniors Going to Lane Community College

Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered on Monday, December 11th at 3:45 p.m. in STEM 118. 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 in the STEM building as soon as possible.

RTEC 101

Gateway to College and Careers ∼ For high school seniors interested in attending LCC after high school graduation. Earn up to three college credits for free! Transportation may be provided. Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building for details.

Lane Community College Visit

Join us to hear from the LCC admission office representatives to learn about what the community college has to offer for your future. Open to students of every grade. Thursday, December 14th at 10 a.m. in room F-39.

Sports

Today: Wrestling at North Eugene: JV 6pm/Varsity 7pm: No early release

Friday: Boys Basketball at Dallas: 5:15/7pm: Release at 2:15;  Swim vs. Thurston at Willamalane at 4pm: Release at 2:15pm

Saturday: Wrestling at Springfield Tournament

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

After School Homework/Study Club

Starting this trimester there will be a supervised after school study club where students can get a snack, work on homework, and have opportunities to receive help and support from a staff member. This club/group meets in F43 everyday after school from 3:30 – 4:30pm. Students are welcome to attend any day or everyday. All students are invited to take advantage of this great opportunity to stay up on your course work and seek support as needed.

JV Football Players

If you DID NOT dress down for the playoffs, there will be an after school pizza party for you in the cafeteria on Thursday, December 7th. Please attend this event to celebrate your season and to learn about off-season expectations. See you there. Go Lancers!

NHS

There is no NHS today at lunch. Enjoy your Tuesday.

Oregon Battle of the Books

OBOB practice is happening tomorrow during lunch in room G27, next to the library.

Bus Passes

December Bus Passes are available in the finance office.

Seniors

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

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

Attention Lancer Freshmen

The Lancer program is conducting an informational meeting today to explain more on how to become a coordinator for the program. If you would like more information on how to be a part of our school’s single largest community fundraiser, come today at lunch to Rm B17. This is a very special event that was started by students, organized by students, participated by students, to benefit students. Any questions see Ms Wilgus in B17.

Interact Club

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

Key Club

Key Club meets tomorrow at lunch in F55.

Music Club

Music Club meets tomorrow after school in F60.

Anime Club

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

Women in Science & Engineering

WISE invites all students to come to the STEM conference room and hear our Thursday lunch guest speaker, Rick, a self-taught astrophysicist enthusiast that has established a K-12 outreach program throughout Oregon. He’s had funding from NASA’s Oregon Space Grant and the University of Oregon to develop these programs. Mr. Kang has been a tour guide at the Pine Mountain Observatory for more than a decade. Come learn about the varied careers available in astro sciences.

Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering

An information meeting for those interested in participating in the Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering program will be at South Eugene High School: Tuesday, December 12th at 7:00 pm. ASE is a high-school internship program for highly motivated students interested in going into science, technology, engineering, medicine, or mathematics-related careers.  Go to Saturday Academy.org for more information. This program is available to students in grades 9-11 only.

Sports

Tuesday:  Girls Basketball at Lebanon: Release at 2:45pm: Games: 5:15/7pm;  Boys Basketball vs. Lebanon:  4/5:30pm/7pm: Frosh boys release at 2:45pm

Wednesday: Wrestling at North Eugene: JV 6pm/Varsity 7pm: No early release

Friday: Boys Basketball at Dallas: 5:15/7pm: Release at 2:15;  Swim vs. Thurston at Willamalane at 4pm: Release at 2:15pm

Saturday: Wrestling at Springfield Tournament