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Friday, May 19, 2017

Lacrosse

Come cheer on the Lancer Boys Lacrosse team as they begin their Cascade Cup playoff run against the Hermiston Bulldogs tonight at 6:30pm on the Churchill turf. Please note: OHSLA Rules require that Admission is charged to enter the event. Admission prices are $8 for adults and $5 for students.

Lancer Pageant

Attention ALL Lancer contestants and coordinators, please come to Rm B17 Monday at lunch for a very short meeting.

Powder Puff Coaches

Please come by Rm B17 on Monday to pick up the new game rules and give Cindy a copy of your practice schedule and times. All equipment has been ordered and should be here soon.

IHS Celebration

The IHS celebration is Monday, May 22nd, from 5:30 to 8:30pm at the Oakway Center. Join us for a night of live music, food, henna, games, raffles and a silent auction. Please come and help support programs of  the Eugene International High School. Admission is free.

School to Career Opportunities

Are you a young woman interested in gaining confidence and leadership skills? Would you like to learn what firefighting is all about? Eugene Springfield Fire is hosting a free fire camp for high school aged young women. Pick up an application in the School-to-Career office or the College and Career Center. It would be a great way for a junior to get their LEAP requirement finished. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office for more information.

Have you ever wanted to be a firefighter or police officer? Are you interested in a career in emergency medicine? Have you considered a career in emergency dispatch? Then sign up for the Fire & EMS field trip and pick up your permission forms at the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

Hack Club

Join us after school today in Marty Wilder’s room STEM 118 for Hack Club.

Magic the Gathering

Magic the Gathering meets in F55 at lunch today. Everyone is welcome to play.

Attendance Winners

Our 95% attendance winners this week are: Veronika Szmit, Cynthia Romero-Mercado, & Alaycia Dimitri. Please come to the front office to claim your prize.

Election Results

Sophomore Class Officers: President – Lillie Youngbauer, Vice President – Kody Ruano, Secretary – Brandy Licona-Soto

Sports

Today:  State Tennis and Track;  Softball Play-off game at Central for 430pm contest/Release at 11:30am

Saturday:  State Tennis and Track

Thursday, May 18, 2017

IHS Celebration

The IHS celebration is on Monday, May 22nd from 5:30 to 8:30 at the Oakway Center. Join us for a night of live music, food, henna, games, raffles and a silent auction. Please come and help support programs of  the Eugene International High School. Admission is free.

Music Club

Today’s the day. Auditions for the talent show are after school today in Mrs. Schaad’s room F60. Your song or performance must be under 3 minutes and school appropriate. Please see Emily Westlund or Greg Groberg for more details.

School to Career Opportunities

Are you a young woman interested in gaining confidence and leadership skills? Would you like to learn what firefighting is all about? Eugene Springfield Fire is hosting a free fire camp for high school aged young women. Pick up an application in the School-to-Career office or the College and Career Center. It would be a great way for a junior to get their LEAP requirement finished. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office for more information.

Have you ever wanted to be a firefighter or police officer? Are you interested in a career in emergency medicine? Have you considered a career in emergency dispatch? Then sign up for the Fire & EMS field trip and pick up your permission forms at the School-to-Career office in the STEM building.

National Honor Society

Students who have received an invitation to join National Honor Society and who want to learn more about how to apply are encouraged to come today to an informational meeting.  The meeting will be in the Choir room during the first part of lunch.

Hack Club

Join us after school tomorrow in Marty Wilder’s room STEM 118 for Hack Club.

Magic the Gathering

Magic the Gathering meets in F55 at lunch tomorrow. Everyone is welcome to play.

Dance Club

Want to learn to dance? Dance 101 meets today during lunch in the cafeteria.

Seniors

Graduation ticket sales and walking partner signups will be available during student lunch now through June 9 in Jill’s office. You must be cleared to graduate before you may purchase tickets or sign up for a walking partner.

Come and gather at the Eugene Faith Center and enjoy a breakfast provided by the Wild Duck Cafe on June 12th at 7:45am. Tickets are on sale at the planters during the 10 min passing period today and tomorrow..

In order to walk in graduation you must attend the mandatory graduation rehearsal after the senior breakfast on June 12th at 9:30am at the Hult Center.

It’s time to buy your ticket to the all night grad party held at the UO Rec Center on June 12th from 11pm to 3am. Come win $ at the cash walk, casino tables, and horse racing. Play basketball, swim, climb the rock wall, get a henna tattoo or massage.  Tickets are sold for $35 at lunch in the student lounge.

LCC Placement Testing

For those entering Lane Community College this summer or next fall, LCC placement testing will be today at 3:45 p.m. in the STEM building. Please bring your “L” number and photo ID. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building if you have questions.

Job Opportunity

Certified Lifeguards and Head Lifeguard positions are open at Edgewood pool in the South Eugene neighborhood. Part time, $10.50/hour for guards and $11.00 per hour, plus incentives for Head lifeguard. Contact info@edgewoodpool.org

Sports

Today:  State Tennis and Track;  JV LAX release at 225pm

Friday:  State Tennis and Track;  Softball Play-off game at Central for 430pm contest

Saturday:  State Tennis and Track

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Graduation Tickets and Walking Partners

Graduation ticket sales and walking partner signups will be available during student lunch now through June 9 in Jill’s office. You must be cleared to graduate before you may purchase tickets or sign up for a walking partner.

Seniors

Come and gather at the Eugene Faith Center and enjoy a breakfast provided by the Wild Duck Cafe on June 12th at 7:45am. Tickets are on sale at the planters during the 10 min passing period all this week.

In order to walk in graduation you must attend the mandatory graduation rehearsal after the senior breakfast on June 12th at 9:30am at the Hult Center.

It’s time to buy your ticket to the all night grad party held at the UO Rec Center on June 12th from 11pm to 3am. Come win $ at the cash walk, casino tables, and horse racing. Play basketball, swim, climb the rock wall, get a henna tattoo or massage.  Tickets are sold for $35 at lunch in the student lounge.

If you have not completed the LEAP, please check your email and use the sign-up link to schedule a LEAP interview with Mary Beth. She will be in the Career Center today and Wednesday.

Tonight at 6:30pm in the auditorium, there will be a Senior Recognition night for all Churchill seniors who will be attending school next year and participating in athletics. We want to know who you are, what school you will be attending, and what sports you will be playing. This will be a chance for us to celebrate all the great athletes we have at CHS who will representing us next year around the country.

Summer Basketball

Tomorrow night at 6pm any boy interested in playing summer basketball should attend a meeting in the library to get information and register to play.

Powder Puff Coaches

There will be a short meeting at lunch today in Rm B17 to get your roster of players. Game on!

Office Elections

If you turned in an application to run for a class office, your speech was due yesterday. If Cindy does not have it by the end of lunch today, your name will be removed.

Music Club

Music Club is hosting a talent show this year. All are welcome to audition. Auditions will be held during club on Thursday after school. Your act must be under 3 minutes and be school appropriate. If you have questions contact Mr. Groberg or Emily Westlund. The talent show will be June 7.

Beauty Club

Join us for Beauty Club after school today in STEM 105.

LCC Placement Testing

For those entering Lane Community College this summer or next fall, LCC placement testing will be on Thursday, May 18th at 3:45 p.m. Please bring your “L” number and photo ID. See Mary Beth in the School-to-Career office in the STEM building if you have questions.

Job Opportunity

Certified Lifeguards and Head Lifeguard positions are open at Edgewood pool in the South Eugene neighborhood. Part time, $10.50/hour for guards and $11.00 per hour, plus incentives for Head lifeguard. Contact info@edgewoodpool.org

Dance 101

Dance Club meets today at lunch in the cafeteria.

Sports

Today: Boys LAX vs. Sheldon: 6pm/Senior Night;  SR. Athletic Recognition Night at 630pm in Auditorium

Wednesday:  JV Baseball vs. Sheldon: 3/5pm/Release at 1pm;  V Baseball at Sheldon: 6pm/No Early Release;  Boys Basketball Summer Basketball Registration meeting:  6pm in Library

Thursday:  State Tennis and Track;  JV LAX release at 225pm

Friday:  State Tennis and Track;  Softball Play-off game at Central for 430pm contest

Saturday:  State Tennis and Track

Friday, May 5, 2017

Attention Seniors

The count-down is getting closer. It’s time to buy your ticket to the all night Grad Party. Come for casino games, horse racing, rock climbing wall, swimming, all you can eat, and Dutch Bros. If you buy your ticket in May you will receive 10 extra raffle tickets for the grand prizes of a paddle board, flat screen tv, go-pro and more. Cost is $35. You can pay in the front office. Scholarships are also available.

Counseling

Any student who has not forecasted classes for next school year, or if you don’t know if you completed forecasting, you should visit your counselor today.

Community Service Opportunities

Parenting Now! ~ April 15th – July 1st – Long term, Sat. mornings 9:30 – 12:30 ~ gain experience in early childhood development and volunteering with a non-profit.  For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Oregon Contemporary Theater ~ May 19th , 20th, 21st – For more information see the community service board in the College and Career Center

Head Start Fishing Day ~ May 20th – Activity booths, face painting, field games.  Get a free lunch! For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Science Factory ~ half or full day, 1 week or more this summer – For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

KITS – United Way summer program that helps kindergarteners get ready for school – visit the link to sign up to volunteer: https://volunteer.truist.com/uwlane/user/events/one_v2.tcl?event_id=12566157033.

Magic the Gathering

Join us in F55 at lunch today to play this fun and interactive card game. Everyone is welcome.

Hack Club

Come to Hack Club today after school in STEM 118 if you want to make an app, website or game.

Leadership

Attention all Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors – if you are interested in holding a class office position, please come to the mandatory meeting on May 9 at lunch in Rm B17.

Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health month. Come to the rock at lunch for activities.

Sports

Today: Girls LAX vs. Marist at 630pm/No Early Release;  JV Track Districts at Thurston at 2pm/Release at Noon; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Saturday: Baseball vs. Ashland: 1/3pm;  JV Baseball vs. Willamette: Noon/2pm

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Girls Tennis

Congratulations to the girls tennis team for their win over Junction City yesterday 6-2. Come support them  against Marist today after school at their last home match.

Attention Seniors

The count-down is getting closer. It’s time to buy your ticket to the all night Grad Party. Come for casino games, horse racing, rock climbing wall, swimming, all you can eat, and Dutch Bros. If you buy your ticket in May you will receive 10 extra raffle tickets for the grand prizes of a paddle board, flat screen tv, go-pro and more. Cost is $35. You can pay in the front office. Scholarships are also available.

Community Service Opportunities

Parenting Now! ~ April 15th – July 1st – Long term, Sat. mornings 9:30 – 12:30 ~ gain experience in early childhood development and volunteering with a non-profit.  For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Oregon Contemporary Theater ~ May 19th , 20th, 21st – For more information see the community service board in the College and Career Center

Head Start Fishing Day ~ May 20th – Activity booths, face painting, field games.  Get a free lunch! For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Science Factory ~ half or full day, 1 week or more this summer – For more information come to the College and Career Center and check out the opportunities board.

Magic the Gathering

Join us in F55 at lunch on Friday to play this fun and interactive card game. Everyone is welcome.

LSU

LSU members, if you are going to the MECHA conference tomorrow please come to G29 during lunch for info.

Hack Club

Come to Hack Club on Friday after school in STEM 118 if you want to make an app, website or game.

Churchill Film Series

Today after school in the library we will show the film Harvest of Empire. Did you know that that since 1820, Mexico has sent more legal immigrants to the U.S. than any other country? More than Ireland, Germany, England or France. Think about that. Come to the film and stay for a brief discussion. Sponsored by Latino Student Union and Bookworm Club. Because serious times calls for serious conversations.

Leadership

Attention all Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors – if you are interested in holding a class office position, please come to the mandatory meeting on May 9 at lunch in Rm B17.

Senior Class Shirts

Senior Class shirts will be on sale at the planter for $8 today and tomorrow.

Dance 101

Dance Club meets today at lunch in the cafeteria.

Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health month.

Seniors

We are looking for pictures from prek-senior year to share at our end of the year senior breakfast. Send them to your senior class president at cmoyer19@4j.lane.edu.

Sports

Today:  Boys Tennis at Marist at 4pm/Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Marist at 4pm/Release at 3pm; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Friday: Girls LAX vs. Marist at 630pm/No Early Release;  JV Track Districts at Thurston at 2pm/Release at Noon; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Saturday: Baseball vs. Ashland: 1/3pm;  JV Baseball vs. Willamette: Noon/2pm

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Key Club

Need volunteer hours or want to help in the community? Join Key Club today during lunch in Rm H8.

Leadership

Attention all Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors – if you are interested in holding a class office position, please come to the mandatory meeting on May 9 at lunch in Rm B17.

Senior Class Shirts

Senior Class shirts will be on sale at the planter for $8 for the remainder of the week.

Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health month. Come out to the rock to hear a performance by Emma & Quinn today at lunch.

LCC Placement Testing

LCC Placement testing will be today at 3:45pm in the STEM building. Please bring your L number and your student ID.

Churchill Film Series

Tomorrow after school an important film, Harvest of Empire, will be shown in the library. The film explores facts about Latino history and immigration in America. Did you know: The peoples of Hispanic heritage come from over 20 different countries? Think about that. Come and watch and discuss. Because serious times calls for serious conversations.

Seniors

We are looking for pictures from prek-senior year to share at our end of the year senior breakfast. Send them to your senior class president at cmoyer19@4j.lane.edu.

Attendance Winners

Our 95% attendance winners this week are: Bailey Evenson, Anastasia Nielsen & Harold Barnett.  Please come to the front office to claim your college swag.  Liam Elliot and Anna Hiatt please come claim your college swag from winning last week.

Sports

Today: Girls Tennis vs. Junction City at 4pm/Release at 3pm; JV Golf at Tokatee/Release all day

Thursday:  Boys Tennis at Marist at 4pm/Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Marist at 4pm/Release at 3pm; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Friday: Girls LAX vs. Marist at 630pm/No Early Release;  JV Track Districts at Thurston at 2pm/Release at Noon; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Saturday: Baseball vs. Ashland: 1/3pm;  JV Baseball vs. Willamette: Noon/2pm

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Leadership

Attention all Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors – if you are interested in holding a class office position, please come to the mandatory meeting on May 9 at lunch in Rm B17.

Senior Class Shirts

Senior Class shirts will be on sale at the planter for $8 for the remainder of the week.

Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health month. Did you know that 20% of youth ages 13-18 live with a mental health condition? That’s almost 300 people of our entire student body. Come out to the rock to hear a performance by Emma & Quinn tomorrow at lunch.

LCC Placement Testing

LCC Placement testing will be tomorrow afternoon at 3:45 in the STEM building. Please bring your L number and your student ID.

Churchill Film Series

On Thursday after school the film Harvest of Empire will be shown in the library. The growth of our nation’s Latino community has sparked national debate over immigration, yet the reality is that many of us know little about the roots of migration or the forces that brought immigrants from Latin America to the United States. Come to the film and stay for a brief discussion. Sponsored by Latino Student Union and Bookworm Club. Because serious times calls for serious conversations.

Gender & Sexuality Alliance

Today during lunch in Rm F55, GSA meets to talk about upcoming events and check in.

Freshman & Sophomore Night

Freshman & Sophomores, are you wondering what comes next? Come to Freshman & Sophomore Family Night tonight at 6:30pm in the auditorium. We will help you get a jump on next year.

Seniors

We are looking for pictures from prek-senior year to share at our end of the year senior breakfast. Send them to your senior class president at cmoyer19@4j.lane.edu.

Beauty Club

Join us in STEM 105 after school today for Beauty Club.

Dance 101

If you love to dance or have always wanted to learn to dance, come to Dance Club today during lunch in the cafeteria.

Sports

Today:  Varsity Baseball at Ashland at 5pm/Release at 930am; JV Baseball vs. Sheldon at 3pm/5pm/ Release at 1225pm;  Softball vs. North Eugene at 5pm/Release at 3pm;  Girls Tennis at Springfield at 4pm/ Release at 230pm;  Girls LAX vs. Roseburg at 630pm/No Early Release;  Boys LAX at Thurston-Cancelled;  Track at Springfield/Release at 140pm

Wednesday: Girls Tennis vs. Junction City at 4pm/Release at 3pm; JV Golf at Tokatee/Release all day

Thursday:  Boys Tennis at Marist at 4pm/Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Marist at 4pm/Release at 3pm; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Friday: Girls LAX vs. Marist at 630pm/No Early Release;  JV Track Districts at Thurston at 2pm/Release at Noon; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Saturday: Baseball vs. Ashland: 1/3pm;  JV Baseball vs. Willamette: Noon/2pm

Monday, May 1, 2017

Leadership

Attention all Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors – if you are interested in holding a class office position, please come to the mandatory meeting on May 9 at lunch in Rm B17.

AVID

Congratulations to Aileen Hernandez & Ciara Paige for winning the Singer Foundation Scholarship.

Senior Class Shirts

Senior Class shirts will be on sale at the planter for $8 for the remainder of the week.

Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health month. We will be opening the week with activities today, Wednesday, and Friday at lunch at the rock.

Churchill Film Series

On Thursday after school the film Harvest of Empire will be shown in the library.  The values behind our film series discussions are: staying open, listening, and sharing experiences. Harvest of Empire explores Latin American history and Latino heritage in America. A brief discussion will follow the film. Because serious times calls for serious conversations.

Freshman & Sophomore Night

Freshman & Sophomores, are you wondering what comes next? Come to Freshman & Sophomore Family Night tomorrow night, May 2 at 6:30 in the auditorium. We will help you get a jump on next year.

Beauty Club

Join us tomorrow in STEM 105 after school tomorrow for the Beauty Club.

Sports

Today:  Boys Tennis at Thurston at 4pm/Release at 230pm; Girls Tennis vs. Thurston at 4pm/Release at 3pm

Tuesday:  Varsity Baseball at Ashland at 5pm/Release at 930am; JV Baseball vs. Sheldon at 3pm/5pm/ Release at 1225pm;  Softball vs. North Eugene at 5pm/Release at 3pm;  Girls Tennis at Springfield at 4pm/ Release at 230pm;  Girls LAX vs. Roseburg at 630pm/No Early Release;  Boys LAX at Thurston/TBA;              Track at Springfield/Release at 140/Return trip at 645pm

Wednesday: Girls Tennis vs. Junction City at 4pm/Release at 3pm; JV Golf at Tokatee/Release all day

Thursday:  Boys Tennis at Marist at 4pm/Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. Marist at 4pm/Release at 3pm; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Friday: Girls LAX vs. Marist at 630pm/No Early Release;  JV Track Districts at Thurston at 2pm/Release at Noon; Varsity Golf at Eagle Crest/Release all day

Saturday: Baseball vs. Ashland: 1/3pm;  JV Baseball vs. Willamette: Noon/2pm

Friday, April 28, 2017

CHS Tennis

Congratulations to both the girls and boys tennis teams for their wins over North last night.

Prom

Today is the last day to buy your Prom tickets before the price goes up at the door. You can buy tickets at lunch or after school.

ASB Elections

ASB Elections are today during 3rd period. Two videos will be shown and students will cast ballots. This will happen in lieu of announcements being read aloud and the PRIDE drawing.  The PRIDE drawing will resume next Friday when we will draw 2 weeks of winners.

Gym Closed

Due to food and equipment being left out, the gym will be closed at lunch today.

Magic the Gathering

If you want to play Magic the Gathering come to Room F55 today at lunch.

Hack Club

Want to make an app, website or game, then come after school today to Marty Wilder’s room, STEM 118.

Into the Woods, Jr.

Tonight and tomorrow at 7:00p.m. in the CHS auditorium, Kennedy Middle School will present their production of Into the Woods, Jr. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $3 for students, $5 for adults, and $10 for families.

Auditions

Auditions for next year’s Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers will be in the choir room today and next week during lunch and after school. All you need to do is prepare a 30 second part of a song that showcases your voice. Sign up sheets are on the choir room door. You must sign up to reserve your spot.

Attention Jr. & Sr. Girls

If you would like to play powder puff football this year, come to one of the informational meetings Monday or Tuesday next week at lunch in Rm B17. No experience necessary.

Bus Passes

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

Exploring the Military

If you are interested in exploring the military and the opportunity to have a part time job plus tuition assistance while you go to college, come to the College and Career Center today at lunch to speak to a representative from the National Guard. All grades are welcome.

Sports

Today:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist for DH: 3/5pm/Release at 1230pm;  SB at Crater: 3/5pm/Release at 9am;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament/Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament/Release all day;  Boys LAX at Marist: 430/630pm/Release at 3pm.

Saturday: Churchill Prom;  JV Baseball at Marist for DH at 11am/1pm;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Into the Woods, Jr.

This Friday and Saturday at 7:00p.m. in the CHS auditorium, Kennedy Middle School will be presenting their production of Into the Woods, Jr. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $3 for students, $5 for adults, and $10 for families.

School to Career

LCC Placement testing will be tomorrow at 3:45pm. Please bring your “L” number and photo ID. See Mary Beth in the STEM office if you have questions.

Art Club

There will be no Art Club today.

Auditions

Auditions for next year’s Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers will be in the choir room this week and next week during lunch and after school. All you need to do is prepare a 30 second part of a song that showcases your voice. Sign up sheets are on the choir room door. You must sign up to reserve your spot.

Attention Jr. & Sr. Girls

If you would like to play powder puff football this year, come to one of the informational meetings May 1st or 2nd at lunch in Rm B17. No experience necessary.

Key Club

Need volunteer hours? Want to help the community? Join Key Club today in Rm H8 during lunch.

College Visit

Would you like to go to college out of state without having to pay high out of state tuition costs? Come to room F39 tomorrow at lunch and talk to an admissions representative from Central Washington University to find out how.

Bus Passes

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

Juniors

It’s time to start preparing for your senior year. Let us help. Come to the Junior family night tomorrow at 6:30 pm in the auditorium.

Exploring the Military

If you are interested in exploring the military and the opportunity to have a part time job plus tuition assistance while you go to college, come to the College and Career Center on Friday at lunch to speak to a representative from the National Guard. All grades are welcome.

Sports

Today:  Track vs. Springfield at 330pm/Release at 215pm;  Girls LAX at Thurston: Release at 230pm;  JV Baseball at Thurston: 5pm/Release at 3pm; Varsity Boys Golf at Emerald Valley/Release at 12:15

Thursday:  Boys Tennis at NE: 4pm/Release at 230pm;  Girls Tennis vs. NE: 4pm/Release at 3pm

Friday:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist for DH: 3/5pm/Release at 1230pm;  SB at Crater: 3/5pm/Release at 9am;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament/Release all day;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament/Release all day;  Boys LAX at Marist: 430/630pm/Release at 3pm.

Saturday: Churchill Prom;  JV Baseball at Marist for DH at 11am/1pm;  Boys Tennis at Redmond Tournament;  Girls Tennis at Roseburg Tournament