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Friday, February 16, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” –Frederick Douglass

Clubs Today

OBOB meets at lunch in G29; Hack Club meets after school in STEM 118; Pacific Islander Club meets at lunch in the yoga room; Women’s Empowerment and Crafting meets at lunch.

All students and staff are welcome to come and learn the HULA, Hawaiian culture, and ‘UKULELE with the Pacific Islander Club and Aunty Kris. Ukulele players will be making music with Greg Groberg. Bring your own UKE or borrow one of ours. No experience necessary.

Girls Lacrosse

Anyone interested in playing girls lacrosse this year please come to an informational meeting today at lunch in STEM 100.

Movie Night

Come to Movie Night on Wednesday, February 21st from 7-9pm. The movie is Hidden Figures and admission is $2. Snacks will be available.

United in Love Dance

The United in Love Dance is tonight in the cafeteria from 8:30-11pm.

NASA

The deadline to apply to help NASA plan a Mission to Mars is today. 10th and 11th graders who are interested please see Marty Wilder in STEM 118 or Mary Beth in the School to Careers office for more information.

Seniors

Senior quotes for the yearbook are due into Mr. Squires today. The quote forms are in the front office or in C5.

Lane Community College

Seniors going to LCC next fall – Placement testing will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 20th at 3:45 in STEM 118. Bring your photo ID and “L” number. If you don’t have an “L” number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

WISE Symposium

WISE Symposium 2018 registration is still open. Join us for an afternoon of science, engineering, pizza, and prizes. All CHS students are invited to attend on Thursday, Feb. 22nd from 3:30 to 8 p.m. but you must register at Churchill’s home page and click on the owl.

Elijah Comer

You won the drawing from a group of students who registered for WISE Symposium 2018. Come on down during lunch to Mary Beth’s office in the STEM building and choose a WISE prize!

Community Events

The 2018 Children’s Film Festival – May 19th at the Wildish Community Theatre – Open all students. Go to eugenefilm.org to register. All films must be submitted by May 9th. Free t-shirt and prizes including gift cards and college scholarships.

Be sure to check out the other community service opportunities on the Community Service Board in the College and Career Center.

Sports

Today: Wrestling at State: Excused all day; Swim at State: Excused all day; Girls Basketball at Springfield: No early release;  Boys Basketball vs. Springfield: 4/530/7pm: Freshman Released at 3pm

Saturday: State Swim and State Wrestling

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“One day our descendants will think it incredible that we paid so much attention to things like the amount of melanin in our skin or the shape of our eyes or our gender instead of the unique identities of each of us as complex human beings.” –Franklin Thomas, former president of the Ford Foundation

Gym

The gym is open at lunch.

Clubs Today

WISE meets at lunch in the STEM conference room; ASU meets at lunch in H23;  BSU meets at lunch in J9; Thespian Club meets at lunch in H8;  OBOB meets at lunch in G29.

Movie Night

Come to movie night on Wednesday, February 21st from 7-9pm. The movie is Hidden Figures and admission is $2. Snacks will be available.

United in Love Dance

Come to the student lounge at lunch for $5 tickets for the United in Love Dance this Friday from 8:30-11pm.

NASA

The deadline to apply to help NASA plan a Mission to Mars is Friday. 10th and 11th graders who are interested please see Marty Wilder in STEM 118 or Mary Beth in the School to Careers office for more information.

Seniors

Senior quotes for the yearbook are due into Mr. Squires in C5 by Friday. The quote forms are in the front office or in C5.

Lane Community College

Seniors going to LCC next fall – Placement testing will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 20th at 3:45 in STEM 118. Bring your photo ID and “L” number. If you don’t have an “L” number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Community Service Opportunities & Events

Make our world a better place. Help the NAACP and Northwest Youth Corps plant trees at Dorris Ranch on Saturday, February 24 from 9:30am-12:30pm. Lunch and transportation will be provided. You must sign up by February 21st.

2018 Children’s Film Festival – May 19th at the Wildish Community Theatre – Open all students. Go to eugenefilm.org to register. All films must be submitted by May 9th. Free t-shirt and prizes including gift cards and college scholarships.

 

Be sure to check out the other community service opportunities on the Community Service Board in the College and Career Center.

Sports

Today: Spring Sports Information Night at 6pm: A chance for families to get introduced to the Spring Coaches and get info.

Friday: Wrestling at State: Excused all day; Swim at State: Excused all day; Girls Basketball at Springfield: No early release;  Boys Basketball vs. Springfield: 4/530/7pm: Freshman Released at 3pm

Saturday: State Swim and State Wrestling

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken winged bird that cannot fly.” —Langston Hughes

Clubs Today

Young Republicans meet at lunch in the IHS hall; Interact Club meets at lunch in F36; Anime Club meets from 3:30-4:30pm in H23; Key Club meets at lunch in F55; OBOB meets at lunch in G29.

Lancer Pageant Program

Today is the day. Grab a flyer from a contestant, coordinator, or the posters around school and go to Dizzy Dean’s Donuts for a special Valentine’s Day treat and to support the Lancer Pageant.

United in Love Dance

This is your last chance to get your tickets for the United in Love Dance for only $5.  Come to the student lounge at lunch. Guest forms are due today into the front office.

Library

Stop by the Churchill Library and go on a blind date with a book. Select one of the book blind dates on display and submit your Blind Date bookmark for a chance to win a prize.

Churchill Students

Friday night the Lancer Boys Basketball team plays Springfield at home. All students are invited to come to the game to support the Lancers in a big game! For $5 you will get entry into the game and a free state finalist commemorative t-shirt. Come out and help the Lancers get a win.

Seniors

Senior quotes for the yearbook are due into Mr. Squires in C5 by Friday. The quote forms are in the front office or in C5.

WISE Symposium

WISE Symposium 2018 registration is still open. Join us for an afternoon of science, engineering, pizza, and prizes. All CHS students are invited to attend on Thursday, Feb. 22nd from 3:30 to 8 p.m. but you must register at Churchill’s home page and click on the owl.

Lane Community College

Seniors going to LCC next fall – Placement testing will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 20th at 3:45 in STEM 118. Bring your photo ID and “L” number. If you don’t have an “L” number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Community Service Opportunity

Make our world a better place. Help the NAACP and Northwest Youth Corps plant trees at Dorris Ranch on Saturday, February 24 from 9:30am-12:30pm. Lunch and transportation will be provided. You must sign up by February 21st.

Make sure to check out the other community service opportunities on the Community Service Board in the College and Career Center.

Sports

Thursday: Spring Sports Information Night at 6pm: A Chance for families to get introduced to the Spring Coaches and get info.

Friday: Wrestling at State: Excused all day; Swim at State: Excused all day; Girls Basketball at Springfield: No early release;  Boys Basketball vs. Springfield: 4/530/7pm: Freshman Released at 3pm

Saturday: State Swim and State Wrestling

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“My humanity is bound up in yours, for we can only be human together.” —Desmond Tutu

Clubs Today

Women of Color Club meets at lunch in J25.

Asian Celebration

The Asian Celebration, February 17th & 18th,  is open and free for all students to attend. Pick up a student admission ticket at any Oregon Community Credit Union with a current student ID card. The Asian Celebration is the largest 2 day Asian cultural event in the Pacific Northwest and provides a great opportunity to broaden cultural diversity for all who attend.

Key Club

Key Club is having a Valentine’s Day bake sale to raise money for blankets for the homeless.

College News

An admissions representative from Northwest Christian University will be here today at 12:45 in the College and Career Center. If you are planning to attend NCU in the fall or are thinking about applying in the future, come talk to Brittany to answer all your questions about becoming an NCU student.

Lancer Pageant Program

Come help support the Lancer Pageant by heading over to Dizzy Dean’s Donuts tomorrow. Grab a flyer from posters hung around the school or any contestant and coordinator. Get a special Valentine’s Day treat while supporting a great cause.

United in Love Dance

Last chance to get your tickets for the United in Love Dance. Only $5 if you buy in advance. Come to the student lounge at lunch. Guest forms are due tomorrow and are available in the front office.

Library

Stop by the Churchill Library and go on a blind date with a book. Select one of the book blind dates on display and submit your Blind Date bookmark for a chance to win a prize.

Churchill Students

This Friday the Lancer Boys Basketball team plays Springfield at home. All students are invited to come to the game Friday night to support the Lancers in a big game! For $5 you will get entry into the game and a free state finalist commemorative t-shirt. Come on out Friday and help the Lancers get a win.

Singing Valentines

CHS Thespians are selling singing valentines starting at $5. They are being sold in the mornings, lunch, and after school in the student lounge and also at the rock at lunch. Approach any thespian if you have questions.

Seniors

Senior quotes for the yearbook are due into Mr. Squires in C5 by Friday. The quote forms are in the front office or in C5.

Gym

The gym is open at lunch.

Sports

Today:  Boys Basketball at Crater: Release at Noon; Girls Basketball vs. Crater: No Early Release

Thursday: Spring Sport Information Night at 6pm: A Chance for families to get introduced to the Spring Coaches and get info.

Friday: Wrestling at State: Excused all day; Swim at State: Excused all day; Girls Basketball at Springfield: No early release;  Boys Basketball vs. Springfield: 4/530/7pm: Freshman Released at 3pm

Saturday: State Swim and State Wrestling

Monday, February 12, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“Defining myself, as opposed to being defined by others, is one of the most difficult challenges I face.” —Carol Moseley-Braun, politician and lawyer

Clubs Today

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

Asian Celebration

The Asian Celebration, February 17th & 18th,  is open and free for all students to attend. Pick up a student admission ticket at any Oregon Community Credit Union with a current student ID card. The Asian Celebration is the largest 2 day Asian cultural event in the Pacific Northwest and provides a great opportunity to broaden cultural diversity for all who attend.

Key Club

Key Club is having a Valentine’s Day bake sale to raise money for blankets for the homeless.

College & Career News

The National Guard presentation scheduled for today has been cancelled.

An admissions representative from Northwest Christian University will be here on tomorrow at 12:45 in the College and Career Center. If you are planning to attend NCU in the fall or are thinking about applying in the future, come talk to Brittany Ferrell. Brittany can answer all your questions about becoming an NCU student.

Lancer Pageant Program

The Lancer Pageant is having a Dizzy Dean’s fundraiser on Wednesday. Make sure you come on over and bring a flyer from the posters around campus, the front office, or a contestant or coordinator for a special Valentine’s Day treat.

United in Love Dance

Make sure you get your tickets for the United in Love Dance. Only $5 if you buy in advance. Come to the student lounge at lunch. Guest forms are due on Wednesday and are available in the front office.

Library

Stop by the Churchill Library and go on a blind date with a book. Select one of the book blind dates on display and submit your Blind Date bookmark for a chance to win a prize.

Equestrian

The CHS Equestrian team had two awesome runs in the team cattle penning event at this weekend’s horse show – finishing a terrific 5th place out of 35 teams.

Swimming

Congratulations to the boys swim team that won Churchill’s first ever District Championship in swimming. The Lancer girls team finished 5th behind some strong individual races.

Churchill Students

This Friday the Lancer Boys Basketball team plays Springfield at home. All students are invited to come to the game Friday night to support the Lancers in a big game! For $5 you will get entry into the game and a free state finalist commemorative t-shirt. Come on out Friday and help the Lancers get a win.

WISE Symposium

WISE Symposium 2018 registration is still open. Join us for an afternoon of science, engineering, pizza, and prizes. All CHS students are invited to attend on Thursday, Feb. 22nd from 3:30 to 8 p.m. but you must register at Churchill’s home page and click on the owl.

Singing Valentines

CHS Thespians are selling singing valentines. Starting at $5, these singing valentines are a great way to show a friend you care, a teacher you appreciate them, or share your feelings with that special someone. They are being sold in the mornings, lunch, and after school in the student lounge and also at the rock at lunch. Approach any thespian if you have questions. Buy yours today!

Seniors

Senior quotes for the yearbook are due into Mr. Squires in C5 by Friday. The quote forms are in the front office or in C5.

Friday, February 9, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“Whatever we believe about ourselves and our ability comes true for us.” —Susan L. Taylor, journalist

Clubs Today

Hack Club meets after school in STEM 118; Pacific Islander Club meets at lunch in the yoga room; Women’s Empowerment & Crafting meets at lunch

Want to learn a new language and culture? Join our Pacific Islander Club today during lunch in the yoga room to learn about the Samoan Siva dance. Students from the University of Oregon Pacific Islanders Club will be sharing their time and talents with all interested staff and students. TALOFA!

College & Career News

The National Guard presentation scheduled for February 12th has been cancelled.

An admissions representative from Northwest Christian University will be here on Tuesday, February 13th at 12:45 in the College and Career Center. If you are planning to attend NCU in the fall or thinking about applying in the future, come talk to Brittany Ferrell. Brittany can answer all your questions about becoming an NCU student.

Lancer Pageant Program

The Lancer Pageant is having a Dizzy Dean’s fundraiser on Wednesday, February 14. Make sure you come on over and bring a flyer from the posters around campus, the front office, or a contestant or coordinator for a special Valentine’s Day treat.

Seniors

Senior quotes for the yearbook are due into Mr. Squires in C5 by next Friday, February 16. The quote forms are in the front office or in C5.

United in Love Dance

Make sure you get your tickets for the United in Love Dance. Only $5 if you buy in advance. Come to the student lounge at lunch.

Community Service Opportunities

Asian Celebration – February 17th and 18th ~ volunteer in the children’s room playing games. The Asian Celebration is open and free for all students to attend. Pick up a student admission ticket at any Oregon Community Credit Union with a current student ID card. The Asian Celebration is the largest 2 day Asian cultural event in the Pacific Northwest and provides a great opportunity to broaden cultural diversity for all who attend.

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

Olive Plaza Apartments – Monday through Friday ~ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm/ these shifts can be split up. Looking for entry level reception, customer service, and office administrative duties.

McCornack Elementary –  recesses/lunch help. Get a free lunch during the second shift. Two shifts: 9:25 – 10:10 and 11:05 – 12:25.

37th Annual Truffle Shuffle – February 10th and 11th at Alton Baker Park. Pre-registration on the 10th ~ 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM and Race Day on the 11th.  Positions include course marshaling, registration helpers, finish line cheerleaders and more.

See the Community Service wall in the College & Career Center for more information about these opportunities.

Lane Community College

Seniors going to Lane Community College next fall -Placement testing will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 20th at 3:45 in STEM 118. Bring your photo ID and “L” number. If you don’t have an “L” number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

WISE Symposium

WISE Symposium 2018 registration is still open. Join us for an afternoon of science, engineering, pizza, and prizes. All CHS students are invited to attend on Thursday, Feb. 22nd from 3:30 to 8 p.m. but you must register at Churchill’s home page and click on the owl.

Singing Valentines

CHS Thespians are selling singing valentines. Starting at $5, these singing valentines are a great way to show a friend you care, a teacher you appreciate them, or share your feelings with that special someone. They are being sold in the mornings, lunch, and after school in the student lounge and also at the rock at lunch. Approach any thespian if you have questions. Buy yours today!

Sports

Today: Girls Basketball vs. Thurston: 515/7pm; District Swim at Willamalane: Release at 2pm;  District Wrestling at Thurston: Release all Day;  Cheer at State: Release at Noon

Saturday: District Swim at Willamalane; District Wrestling at Thurston; Cheer at State: PDX

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“Hate is too great a burden to bear. It injures the hater more than it injures the hated.” — Coretta Scott King

Lancer Pageant

Come to Dizzy Dean’s Donuts on February 14th to help support the Lancer Pageant. Grab a flyer on the posters around campus or in the front office and head on over for a special Valentine’s Day treat.

Clubs Today

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

Churchill Football Players

You are invited today to celebrate Senior football players who will be playing college football next season. There will be pizza in Coach K’s room at lunch. Please come and celebrate the honor and privilege that your teammates are receiving. Hope to see you there!

United in Love Dance

Make sure you get your tickets for the United in Love Dance. Only $5 if you buy in advance. Come to the student lounge at lunch.

Alternative Views on Military Recruiting

Alternative Views on Military Recruiting will be here at lunch today in F39 with information for students thinking of joining the military after high school.

Community Service Opportunities

Asian Celebration – February 17th and 18th ~ volunteer in the children’s room playing games.

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

Olive Plaza Apartments – Monday through Friday ~ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm/ these shifts can be split up. Looking for entry level reception, customer service, and office administrative duties.

McCornack Elementary –  recesses/lunch help. Get a free lunch during the second shift. Two shifts: 9:25 – 10:10 and 11:05 – 12:25.

37th Annual Truffle Shuffle – February 10th and 11th at Alton Baker Park. Pre-registration on the 10th ~ 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM and Race Day on the 11th.  Positions include course marshaling, registration helpers, finish line cheerleaders and more.

See the Community Service wall in the College & Career Center for more information about these opportunities.

Lane Community College

Seniors going to Lane Community College next fall -Placement testing will be offered on Tuesday, Feb. 20th at 3:45 in STEM 118. Bring your photo ID and “L” number. If you don’t have an “L” number, please see Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

WISE Symposium

WISE Symposium 2018 registration is still open. Join us for an afternoon of science, engineering, pizza, and prizes. All CHS students are invited to attend on Thursday, Feb. 22nd from 3:30 to 8 p.m. but you must register at Churchill’s home page and click on the owl.

Gym

The gym will be open at lunch.

Sports

Today: Boys Basketball at Thurston: 515/7pm: No Early Release

Friday: Girls Basketball vs. Thurston: 515/7pm; District Swim at Willamalane: Release at 2pm;  District Wrestling at Thurston: Release all Day;  Cheer at State: Release at Noon

Saturday: District Swim at Willamalane; District Wrestling at Thurston; Cheer at State: PDX

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute.” —Thurgood Marshall, first African American U.S. Supreme Court member

Lancer Pageant

Come to Dizzy Dean’s Donuts on February 14th to help support the Lancer Pageant. Grab a flyer on the posters around campus or in the front office and head on over for a special Valentine’s Day treat.

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.

Seniors

The deadline to submit the OSAC scholarship application is March 1st. You can apply for multiple scholarships on one application. The early bird deadline is February 15th. Meet this deadline and you may receive an additional $1000. Come to the OSAC scholarship workshop after school today and Monday, February 26th. OSAC staff will be here to help you complete your application.

United in Love Dance

Guest dance forms are available in the front office for the United In Love Dance on February 16th. Guest forms are due into Jill by February 14th.

Alternative Views on Military Recruiting

Alternative Views on Military Recruiting will be here at lunch tomorrow in F39 with information for students thinking of joining the military after high school.

Community Service Opportunities

Asian Celebration – February 17th and 18th ~ volunteer in the children’s room playing games.

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

Olive Plaza Apartments – Monday through Friday ~ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm/ these shifts can be split up. Looking for entry level reception, customer service, and office administrative duties.

McCornack Elementary –  recesses/lunch help. Get a free lunch during the second shift. Two shifts: 9:25 – 10:10 and 11:05 – 12:25.

37th Annual Truffle Shuffle – February 10th and 11th at Alton Baker Park. Pre-registration on the 10th ~ 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM and Race Day on the 11th.  Positions include course marshaling, registration helpers, finish line cheerleaders and more.

See the Community Service wall in the College & Career Center for more information about these opportunities.

Sports

Thursday: Boys Basketball at Thurston: 515/7pm: No Early Release

Friday: Girls Basketball vs. Thurston: 515/7pm; District Swim at Willamalane: Release at 2pm;  District Wrestling at Thurston: Release all Day;  Cheer at State: Release at Noon

Saturday: District Swim at Willamalane; District Wrestling at Thurston; Cheer at State:  PDX

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“The cost of liberty is less than the price of repression.” —W.E.B. Du Bois

Yearbook

Seniors – If you haven’t submitted your senior portrait, it’s not too late. Get them done and in by email to Mr. Squires as soon as possible. Submission information is in the front office.

Gym

The gym is open today at lunch.

Lane Community College

Seniors- If you are going or thinking about going to Lane Community College, you should fill out the LCC Scholarship Application. You can apply for multiple scholarships on one application. Come to the LCC Scholarship Workshop today at 3:45 in F38.

Lancer Pageant

Come to Dizzy Deans Donut’s on February 14th to help support the Lancer Pageant. Grab a flyer and head on over for a special Valentine’s Day treat.

Seniors

The deadline to submit the OSAC scholarship application is March 1st. You can apply for multiple scholarships on one application. The early bird deadline is February 15th. Meet this deadline and you may receive an additional $1000. Come to the OSAC scholarship workshop after school tomorrow, February 7th and Monday, February 26th. OSAC staff will be here to help you complete your application.

United in Love Dance

Guest dance forms are available in the front office for the United In Love Dance on February 16th. Guest forms are due into Jill by February 14th.

Alternative Views on Military Recruiting

Alternative Views on Military Recruiting will be here at lunch on Thursday, February 8th in F39 with information for students thinking of joining the military after high school.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Black History Month Quote of the Day

“I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality…I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.” —Martin Luther King, Jr.

Yearbook

Seniors – If you haven’t submitted your senior portrait, it’s not too late. Get them done and in by email to Mr. Squires as soon as possible. Submission information is in the front office.

Clubs Today

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

Attendance

Congrats to the over 120 students who had perfect attendance for the month of January. Your teacher will give you a slip to bring to the attendance office to redeem your prize.

Lane Community College

Seniors- If you are going or thinking about going to Lane Community College, you should fill out the LCC Scholarship Application. You can apply for multiple scholarships on one application. Come to the LCC Scholarship Workshop tomorrow at 3:45 in F38.

Lancer Pageant Program

Today is the Papa’s Pizza Fundraiser. Make sure you go buy some pizza and bring a flyer. Flyers are in the posters around campus or the front office.

Seniors

The deadline to submit the OSAC scholarship application is March 1st. You can apply for multiple scholarships on one application. The early bird deadline is February 15th. Meet this deadline and you may receive an additional $1000. Come to the OSAC scholarship workshop after school on Wednesday, February 7th and Monday, February 26th. OSAC staff will be here to help you complete your application.

United in Love Dance

Guest dance forms are available in the front office for the United In Love Dance on February 16th. Guest forms are due into Jill by February 14th.