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Athletics 4/16–4/21

16  M:  No Events (Unless Saturday‘s contests get rained out.)

 

17  U:  Softball at Eagle Point:  1115am release/1145am Load/ Noon Depart (Varsity Only)
            Varsity and JV Baseball vs. Crater at 5pm:  Release at 3pm
            Girls Tennis at Springfield 4pm (Boys Tennis can send two players with girls.) Release at 230pm

 

18 W:  Track hosts NE at 330pm:  Release at 2pm

 

19  H:  Boys Tennis at North Eugene:  Release at 230pm
            Girls Tennis vs. North Eugene:  Release at 3pm

 

20  F:  Boys Tennis at ESTC for Marist Tournament:  Release all day.
           Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament:  Release all day.

 

21  S:  Softball vs. Eagle Point:  1/3pm (Varsity Only)
           Baseball at Crater:  1/3pm (JV/V)

 

Go Lancers!

Friday, April 13, 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 a jam session.

Attention AP Students

If you are taking an AP test, the REQUIRED session to bubble information for your exam is Wednesday,  April 18, at 8:30 am in the auditorium. Bring a #2 pencil.

Marine Biology Students

Please see Mrs. Crews today during lunch or after school to hear updates about the field trip.

Course Requests

9th, 10th and 11th graders –  please be sure to complete your course requests in Synergy before Monday. Next week in 2nd-period teachers will be working with you to verify your course requests. If you have questions see Ms. Kamens in the office.

Lancer Pageant Program

Tickets for the Lancer Pageant are on sale during lunch at the planters for $10.

Senior Class

Senior Best Ballots are due in room B17 today. Extra ballots are in the front office.

Churchill Cheer

Join CHS cheer for the 2018-2019 season. Tryouts are this weekend & you must attend the mandatory parent meeting tonight at 6 pm in the cafeteria.

Career & College Fair

All students and families are invited to attend the free Career & College Fair on Tuesday, April 17th from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Churchill.  This is an opportunity to learn about life after high school, check out different careers, apprenticeships, jobs, and colleges.

RTEC 101

Seniors interested in attending Lane Community College – you can still register for RTEC 101. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

Lane Community College Placement Testing

LCC Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered on Monday, April 16, 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, see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

LCC’s Hands-On Career Day

There’s still time to register for LCC’s Hands-On Career Day, open to students in grades 10-12. Pick up a registration form outside the School-to-Career office.

 

Community Service Opportunities

Kennedy Middle School – Students interested in getting community service hours through volunteering at Kennedy Middle School can pick up a purple application on the table in front of the School-to-Career office or on the Community Service Wall in the Career Center.

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

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

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

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

Eugene Safety Town – Looking for responsible people between the ages of 13-19, 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 is a faith-based organization that 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 at Oregon Relays: Release 12;  Boys Tennis vs. Redmond at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm; JV Baseball at Willamette: Release at 2:30 pm

Saturday: Varsity Baseball vs. Eagle Point: 1/3 pm;  Varsity Softball at Marist: 1/3 pm; Track- Oregon Relays

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Clubs Today

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

Course Requests

9th, 10th and 11th graders –  please be sure to complete your course requests in Synergy before Monday. Next week in 2nd-period teachers will be working with you to verify your course requests. If you have questions see Ms. Kamens in the office.

Gym

The gym is open at lunch.

Lancer Pageant Program

Tickets for the Lancer Pageant are on sale during lunch at the planters for $10.

ASB Elections

All juniors interested in running for office – There is a mandatory informational meeting today at lunch in B17. Remember – the ASB president gets a free reserved parking spot!

College Visit

A Montana State University-Billings Admissions representative will be on campus today at lunch in F39. All students are welcome.

Senior Class

Senior Best Ballots are due into B17 by tomorrow. Extra ballots are in the front office.

Churchill Grad Party

Seniors- Grad Party tickets are available to purchase today during lunch at the planters for $35 and you will earn 10 extra raffle tickets!

Pacific Islander Club

Meet in the yoga room during lunch tomorrow and bring your ukulele for a jam session.

Job Fair

Seniors attending the Job Fair today need to meet in front of the school promptly at one o’clock to meet the bus. Remember your resumes.

Career & College Fair

All students and families are invited to attend the free Career & College Fair on Tuesday, April 17th from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Churchill.  This is an opportunity to learn about life after high school, check out different careers, apprenticeships, jobs, and colleges.

RTEC 101

Seniors – you can still register for RTEC 101 ∼ Gateway to College and Careers ∼ a five-week course for seniors interested in attending Lane Community College. Earn one college credit for free! Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

Lane Community College Placement Testing

LCC Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered on Monday, April 16, 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.

LCC’s Hands-On Career Day

There’s still time to register for LCC’s Hands-On Career Day. This event is open to students in grades 10-12. Lunch is provided. Participants will have the opportunity to attend two workshops designed to give a “taste” of LCC programs. Pick up a registration form outside the School-to-Career office.

Community Service Opportunities

Kennedy Middle School – Students interested in getting community service hours through volunteering at Kennedy Middle School can pick up a purple application on the table in front of the School-to-Career office or on the Community Service Wall in the Career Center.

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

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

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

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

Eugene Safety Town – Looking for responsible people between the ages of 13-19, July 16-July 27, 2018 (Monday -Friday); mandatory training Saturday, July 14, 2018, from 9 to noon. Receive service hours, a letter of recommendation, gain valuable work experience, and a Safety Town T-shirt.

Unbridled Ranch – Unbridled is a faith-based organization that seeks to provide a positive environment for children at risk, disadvantaged, or disabled.  Participation in the work of the ranch provides the opportunity for children to develop their equestrian skills and to nurture the rescued horses.

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

Friday: Track at Oregon Relays: Release TBA;  Boys Tennis vs. Redmond at 4 pm: Release at 3 pm

Saturday: Varsity Baseball vs. Eagle Point: 1/3 pm;  Varsity Softball at Marist: 1/3 pm; Track- Oregon Relays

Career and College Fair 4/17

Dear Churchill Families,

Please join us for our second annual Career, College & Community Service Fair, Tuesday, April 17th, 6:30 pm–8:00 pm in Churchill High School student commons area.You will have the opportunity to speak with over 45 employers, employment agencies, colleges and universities, military representatives, community service organizations and community-support partners. Refreshments will be served.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Clubs Today

Pacific Islander Club meets at lunch in C8; 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.

Career & College Fair

All students and families are invited to attend the free Career & College Fair on Tuesday, April 17th from 6:30- 8:00pm at Churchill.  This is an opportunity to learn about life after high school, check out different careers, apprenticeships, jobs, and colleges.

RTEC 101

Seniors – you can still register for RTEC 101 ∼ Gateway to College and Careers ∼ a five-week course for seniors interested in attending Lane Community College. Earn one college credit for free! Seniors can also use this class as a LEAP. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office.

Lane Community College Placement Testing

LCC Placement testing in reading, sentence skills, & math will be offered on Monday, April 16, 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.

LCC’s Hands-On Career Day

There’s still time to register for LCC’s Hands-On Career Day. This event is open to students in grades 10-12. Lunch is provided. Participants will have the opportunity to attend two workshops designed to give a “taste” of LCC programs. Pick up a registration form outside the School-to-Career office.

Job Fair

Just a reminder to seniors attending the Job Fair tomorrow:  Meet in front of the school at 1 pm to take the bus to the event. Bring copies of your resume and dress professionally. See Mary Beth in the STEM building office if you have questions.

Dance Forms

Prom guest dance forms are available in the office on the bulletin board.

Lancer Pageant Program

The Lancer Pageant is selling tickets for the pageant at the planters during lunch for $10 or from any of your contestants or coordinators. Price will increase to $15 at the door, so buy now.

Churchill Cheer

Churchill cheer is having a parent meeting Friday at 6pm in the cafeteria. All are welcome.

ASB Elections

All juniors interested in running for office – There is a mandatory informational meeting tomorrow at lunch in B17. The ASB president gets a free reserved parking spot!

College Visit

A Montana State University-Billings Admissions representative will be on campus tomorrow at lunch in F39. All students are welcome.

Senior Class

Senior Best Ballots are due into B17 by Friday. Extra ballots are in the front office.

Churchill Grad Party

Seniors- Grad Party tickets are available to purchase tomorrow during lunch at the planters or tell your parents to purchase them tonight when they come to the Senior Parent Information Night. Tickets are $35 and you will earn 10 extra raffle tickets!

Community Service Opportunities

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

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

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

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

Eugene Safety Town – Looking for responsible people between the ages of 13-19, July 16-July 27, 2018 (Monday -Friday); mandatory training Saturday, July 14, 2018, from 9-noon. Receive service hours, a letter of recommendation, gain valuable work experience, and a Safety Town T-shirt.

Unbridled Ranch – Unbridled is a faith-based organization that seeks to provide a positive environment for children at risk, disadvantaged, or disabled.  Participation in the work of the ranch provides the opportunity for children to develop their equestrian skills and to nurture the rescued horses.

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. Willamette at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  Track at Springfield: Release at 1:30pm

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

Friday: Track at Oregon Relays: Release TBA;  Boys Tennis vs. Redmond at 4pm: Release at 3pm

Saturday: Varsity Baseball vs. Eagle Point: 1/3pm;  Varsity Softball at Marist: 1/3pm; Track- Oregon Relays

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

African American Youth Leadership Conference

All students attending AAYLC meet in J9 at lunch today.

Pacific Islander Club

Tomorrow we will meet in C8 to talk about the next 2 field trips and permission forms.

Dance Forms

Prom guest dance forms are now available in the office on the bulletin board.

Lancer Pageant Program

Any seniors interested in being on the Lancer Pageant Decorating Committee, please go to B17 today at lunch for an informational meeting. Bring your friends to learn more about helping out.

The Lancer Pageant Program is selling tickets for the pageant at the planters during lunch for $10 or from any of your contestants or coordinators. Price will increase to $15 at the door, so buy today.

Churchill Cheer

Churchill cheer is having a parent meeting Friday at 6pm in the cafeteria. All are welcome.

ASB Elections

All juniors interested in running for office, we will have a mandatory informational meeting this Thursday at lunch in B17.

College Visit

A Montana State University-Billings Admissions representative will be on campus Thursday at lunch in F39. All students are welcome.

Gym

The gym is open at lunch.

Native American Student Union

NASU is selling fry bread at lunch in the student lounge.

Senior Class

Senior Best Ballots are due by the end of the week. Turn them in to B17. Extra ballots are in the front office.

Community Service Opportunities

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

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

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

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

Eugene Safety Town – Looking for responsible people between the ages of 13-19, July 16-July 27, 2018 (Monday -Friday); mandatory training Saturday, July 14, 2018, from 9-noon. Receive service hours, a letter of recommendation, gain valuable work experience, and a Safety Town T-shirt.

Unbridled Ranch – Unbridled is a faith-based organization that seeks to provide a positive environment for children at risk, disadvantaged, or disabled.  Participation in the work of the ranch provides the opportunity for children to develop their equestrian skills and to nurture the rescued horses.

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 at Eagle Point at 5pm: Release at 11:30am; JV Baseball vs. Sheldon at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  Boys Tennis vs. Sheldon at 4pm: Release at 3pm; Girls Tennis at Junction City at 4pm: Release at 2:30pm.

Wednesday:  JV Baseball vs. Willamette at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  Track at Springfield: Release at 1:30pm

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

Friday: Track at Oregon Relays: Release TBA;  Boys Tennis vs. Redmond at 4pm: Release at 3pm

Native Program Upcoming Activities

4/4: Read and Feed.  Dinner for Program families, curriculum activity, carving and/or a craft.  This event will be our Public Hearing for the upcoming grant.  Bailey Hill School/6:30 pm

4/11, 4/18, 1/25:  Wednesday night events:  Tutoring, drumming class, dance class, totem pole carving, computer use provided, give away store available, school supply giveaway available.  Bailey Hill School/6:30 pm

4/10: Parent Committee meeting at Bailey Hill School/6 pm.  This will be our monthly meeting to review activities and goals, select officers for next year and have our PC Public Hearing on the Grant goals and objectives.

In addition to these activities, we have youth club in the High and Middle School and one Elementary School each weekday, except Wednesday, during the lunch period(s).  Our Youth Clubs currently serve all 4 high schools, 2 middle schools, and 1 elementary school.   For questions, please contact Brenda Brainard at brainard@4J.lane.edu or call 541-790-5900 (office)
541-914-9985 (cell/text)

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Monday, April 9, 2018

Clubs Today

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

Dance Forms

Prom guest dance forms are now available in the office on the bulletin board.

Lancer Pageant Program

Seniors – If you are interested in being a part of the Lancer Pageant Decorating Committee, please go to B17 tomorrow during lunch to see how you can help save some babies.

The Lancer Pageant is selling tickets for the pageant right now. Buy tickets in the student lounge at the planters during lunch for $10 or from any of your contestants or coordinators. Price will increase to $15 at the door.

Churchill Cheer

Churchill cheer is having a parent meeting this Friday at 6pm in the cafeteria. All are welcome & we would love to see you there.

Sports

Today:  Varsity Softball at Crater: Release at 11:30am

Tuesday:  Varsity Baseball at Eagle Point at 5pm: Release at 11:30am; JV Baseball vs. Sheldon at 5pm:  Release at 3pm; Boys Tennis vs. Sheldon at 4pm: Release at 3pm; Girls Tennis at Junction City at 4pm:  Release at 2:30pm.

Wednesday:  JV Baseball vs. Willamette at 5pm: Release at 3pm;  Track at Springfield: Release at 1:30pm

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

Friday: Track at Oregon Relays: Release TBA;  Boys Tennis vs. Redmond at 4pm: Release at 3pm

School Schedules/Horarios Escolares

Community Forum on School Schedules

Eugene School District 4J is changing to have a standard schedule and consistent calendar for all schools in 2018–19. This will provide consistent, predictable schedules for families, increase learning time for most students, and ensure that all schools meet state standards for adequate instructional time.

The district wants to hear from community members about their views on school schedules and what various schedule changes would mean for them.

Starting this fall, all schools at each level will have the same calendar, without extra no-school days or half-days at individual schools. The calendars also are more similar between elementary, middle and high schools, with nearly the same no-school days at all school levels.

The daily and weekly schedule of school start and end times is under discussion now and will be decided this spring. A draft schedule has been published for discussion and feedback. This is not the final schedule; schedule decisions have not been made yet. Whatever final schedule is decided, it will require some bell schedule adjustments at every school.

Parents, students, staff and community members are invited to learn more about the draft schedules under discussion and talk with school board members at a community forum.

The community forum on school schedules will be held on Wednesday, April 18, 5:30–6:30 p.m., at the 4J Education Center, 200 N. Monroe St. Spanish interpretation will be provided.

For more information, see www.4j.lane.edu/2018/04/school-schedule-community-forum.


Foro comunitario sobre horarios escolares

El distrito escolar de Eugene 4J está cambiando a un horario estándar y a un calendario consistente para todas las escuelas en el año escolar 2018–19. Esto proporcionará horarios coherentes y predecibles para las familias, aumentará el tiempo de aprendizaje para la mayoría de los estudiantes y asegurará que todas las escuelas cumplan con los estándares estatales para proporcionar el tiempo de instrucción adecuado.

Al distrito le gustaría escuchar de los miembros de la comunidad su opinión acerca de los horarios escolares y lo que los diferentes cambios de horario significarían para ellos.

A partir de este otoño, todas las escuelas a cada nivel tendrán el mismo calendario. No habrá días adicionales en que no vaya a haber clases, ni habrá medios días tampoco. También habrá mas similitud en los calendarios de las escuelas primarias, secundarias y preparatorias, con casi los mismos días de no-escuela en todos los niveles.

Los horarios del comienzo y final del día escolar están siendo considerados y se decidirán en esta primavera. Un borrador del horario ha sido publicado para que el publico pueda dar su opinión. Este no es el horario fijo. Cualquiera que sea la decisión del horario fijo esto requerirá algunos ajustes de cuando suene la campana en cada una de las escuelas.

Se invita a los padres, estudiantes, miembros del personal y de la comunidad a un foro comunitario donde podrán enterarse mas sobre los horarios que se están considerando y hablar con los miembros de la junta directiva escolar. Se proveerá interpretación en español.

El foro se llevara a cabo el miércoles, 18 de abril de 5:30 a 6:30 p.m., en el Centro Educativo de 4J, ubicado en el 200 N. Monroe St.

Para mayor información, ver en www.4j.lane.edu/2018/04/school-schedule-community-forum.

Parent Update 4/9