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Churchill Athletics for the week of April 23-28th

Updated 4/24/18
REVISED WEEKLY SCHEDULE FOR CHURCHILL
23  M:  JVBaseball at Marist at 5pm:  Release at 3pm.

 

24  U:  Varsity Softball vs. Marist at 5pm:  Release at 3pm
            Varsity Baseball at Marist at 5pm:  Release at 230pm

 

25  W:  JV Baseball vs. Marist at 5pm:  Release at 3pm. Cancelled
             Track vs. Thurston at 330pm:  Release at 145pm.
             Girls Tennis at NE at 4pm: Release at 230pm
             Boys Tennis vs. NE at 4pm:  Release at 3pm
             Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5pm:  Release at 3pm.

 

26  H:  Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 5pm:  Release at 3pm.

 

27  F:  JV Baseball vs, Marist at 5pm:  Release at 3pm
            Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament: Release all Day
            Girls Tennis at Sheldon:  4pm:  Release at 230pm.

 

28  S:  Varsity Softball vs. Crater at 1/3pm
           Varsity Baseball vs. Marist at 1/3pm
           Track at Grants Pass:  Rotary Invite:  Load at 545am/Depart at 6am
           Boys Tennis at Ridgeview Tournament.

Dizzy Dean Grad Party Fundraiser

Bring this flyer on Tuesday, April 24th to Dizzy Dean and 40% of your purchase will go to the Churchill 2018 Grad Party. Offer is good all day!! Thank you, Dizzy Dean, for supporting our local youth!

Graduation at a G’Lance 4/22

Churchill Graduating Students and Families,

Remember, the most current graduation information can always be found at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation.

The Graduation Checklist

The Graduation Checklist is now posted on the graduation website at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation and in the front office, or click HERE. The “Number of Credits” column will be updated as counselors confirm graduation eligibility for all seniors and early graduates. Some students may not see a change in this column until after midterm grades are complete.

How to Use the Graduation Checklist

To protect student privacy, the checklist is published with student numbers, rather than names. You can find your student number on your most recent report card. In ParentVUE or StudentVUE, go to the Report Card tab and click the link that says “Click here to view report card […].”

A check mark means that your requirements for that column are complete. Incomplete requirements will have a note indicating who can help you finalize that requirement.

Grad Party Dizzy Dean Fundraiser—April 24

Bring this flyer on Tuesday, April 24th to Dizzy Dean and 40% of your purchase will go to the Churchill 2018 Grad Party. Offer is good all day!!

Thank you, Dizzy Dean, for supporting our local youth!

Pre-Ordered Graduation Announcements

We still have a few boxes of graduation announcements waiting to be picked up. If you ordered announcements or memorabilia from Miners Graduate Services and have not picked them up, please visit Jill or Robin in the front office.

Graduation Performer Auditions—April 24, 25

Audition sign ups are closed. Any senior who wishes to perform or give a speech at graduation must audition. If you signed up to audition, you should have received a confirmation slip on Friday. Please check with Jill if you did not receive your slip.

  • Performers must be cleared to graduate.
  • Audition material must be three minutes or less.
  • Audition material must be school-appropriate.
  • Performers must be performance-ready at the audition. This means memorized or with note cards and you should bring your accompanist, props, or other special equipment with you to the audition.
  • Bring three copies of your speech, poem, music, script, etc. to give to the judges.
  • Up to two friends will be allowed into the auditorium during your audition.

Ticket Distribution

Tickets will be available for graduating students at the front office during student lunch starting on May 14. The Hult Center requires a ticket for every person who enters the concert hall, including infants. Tickets will be free to all graduating students. Each student will receive six reserved tickets. There are not enough seats in the orchestra section (main floor) to guarantee that all reserved tickets will be in that section. We do guarantee that at least two reserved tickets will be in the orchestra section (main floor). The remaining four tickets will be in the orchestra or mezzanine (second floor) as available. Most students will be able to get all six reserved tickets in the orchestra section. For the best chance, you should make sure you are cleared to graduate before ticket distribution starts on May 14. Students may request additional tickets until all sections are sold out. Any student who requests more than 14 tickets must bring a note from a parent/guardian. Any reserved tickets remaining will be released for distribution at graduation rehearsal and half an hour before the ceremony begins in the Hult Center lobby.

Upcoming Events

April

24, 25: Graduation Performer Auditions in the Auditorium

May

1–5: Graduation Survey** in Naviance

5/7–6/11, Lunch*: Senior Breakfast Ticket Sales in the Student Lounge
5/14–6/11 Lunch*: Graduation Ticket Distribution in the Front Office
5/14–6/6: IHS Graduation Ticket Distribution in the IHS Office
5/14–6/1, Lunch*: Walking Partner/Seating Sign Up** in the Front Office
22, 10am–1pm: Cap and Gown Pick Up in the Student Lounge—www.minersgrad.com

IHS events in blue. | *Lunch times: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 12:30-1:00; Wed 12:50-1:20 | **Mandatory
† The Graduation Party is a community-sponsored event. Liability is the responsibility of the organizers of the event.

Jill Reents
Secretary, Graduation Coordinator
reents_ji@4j.lane.edu

Incoming Freshman Night, 5/2

On May 2 at 6:00 pm Churchill High School welcomes any current 8th-grade family who is planning on attending Churchill in the fall to our Incoming 9th-Grade Family Night. We will be going over general graduation requirements, providing information about electives and discussing course requests for next year.
The meeting will be held in the cafeteria starting at 6:00 pm.
Don’t forget to complete your enrollment before this event. Enrollment information can be found at www.chs.lane.edu/incoming-students/, or call Trisha Jackson at 541-790-5108.

ACE Award Nominations

Nominate “A Champion in Education” Today!

Who is your champion in education? An inspiring teacher? An encouraging school secretary? A caring school counselor or nurse? A dedicated volunteer? A principal who leads by example? A bus driver who always takes the time to listen? A custodian who helped in a time of need?

Now is the time to recognize their contributions at the 12th annual ACE (A Champion in Education) Awards! 

To learn more and nominate a 4J employee or volunteer, visit http://bit.ly/4Jawards2018. The nomination deadline is May 1.

Come see your nominee be honored at an awards ceremony on May 23, 5:30–7 p.m., at Churchill High School. One nominee in each of the five categories will be named an ACE Award champion and receive a $500 award for a project or program at their school.

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact 4J Communications at 541-790-7734 or johnson_hi@4j.lane.edu.


¡Nomine a alguien para ser uno de los “campeones en la educación” hoy mismo!

¿Quién es tu campeón en la educación? ¿un maestro inspirador? ¿una secretaria  alentadora? ¿un consejero o enfermera de la escuela que se preocupa por los estudiantes? ¿un voluntario dedicado? ¿un director que guía con el ejemplo? ¿un conductor de autobús que siempre se toma el tiempo para escuchar? ¿un conserje que ayudó cuando hubo necesidad?Ahora es el momento de reconocer sus contribuciones en el 12º premio anual Un Campeón en la Educación (ACE; por sus siglas en ingles).

Para obtener más información y nominar a un empleado o voluntario de 4J, visite la pagina web http://bit.ly/4Jawards2018. La fecha limite para nominar a alguien es el 1ro de mayo.

Venga a la ceremonia de premiación el 23 de mayo de 5:30 a 7:00 p.m. en la escuela primaria Churchill para ver como los nominados son reconocidos. Un candidato en cada una de las cinco categorías será nombrado campeón de los Premios ACE y recibirá un premio de $500 para un proyecto o programa en su escuela.

Si tiene preguntas o necesita ayuda, por favor comuníquese con el departamento de comunicaciones al 541-790-7707.

Parent Update 4/16

Graduation at a G’Lance 4/15

Graduation Information Night was a success! We had a great turnout of parents and students. Most of the questions parents brought up were about graduation ticket distribution, so I’ve updated the information below to answer some of those questions. Graduation is just 8 weeks away. Now is the time to get those final checklist items checked off so you’ll be ready to walk.

Ticket Distribution

Tickets will be available for graduating students at the front office during student lunch starting on May 14. The Hult Center requires a ticket for every person who enters the concert hall, including infants. Tickets will be free to all graduating students. Each student will receive six reserved tickets. There are not enough seats in the orchestra section (main floor) to guarantee that all reserved tickets will be in that section. We do guarantee that at least two reserved tickets will be in the orchestra section (main floor). The remaining four tickets will be in the orchestra or mezzanine (second floor) as available. Most students will be able to get all six reserved tickets in the orchestra section. For the best chance, you should make sure you are cleared to graduate before ticket distribution starts on May 14. Students may request additional tickets until all sections are sold out. Any student who requests more than 14 tickets must bring a note from a parent/guardian. Any reserved tickets remaining will be released for distribution at graduation rehearsal and half an hour before the ceremony begins in the Hult Center lobby.

Graduation Performer Auditions—April 24, 25 (sign up by this Wednesday)

Audition sign-ups and rules are now posted in the front office. Any senior who wishes to perform or give a speech at graduation must audition.

  • Performers must be cleared to graduate.
  • Audition material must be three minutes or less.
  • Audition material must be school-appropriate.
  • Performers must be performance-ready at the audition. This means memorized or with note cards and you should bring your accompanist, props, or other special equipment with you to the audition.
  • Bring three copies of your speech, poem, music, script, etc. to give to the judges.
  • Up to two friends will be allowed into the auditorium during your audition.

Dress Code and Cap Decorations

This information will be shared again before cap and gown pickup on May 22. Cap decorations must be two-dimensional (cannot stick up above or hang below the mortarboard) and school-appropriate. Mortarboards should be worn flat on top of the head, parallel to the floor. Jewelry and items of personal significance must be worn in a way that does not take away from the uniform appearance of the cap and gown. Culturally-significant regalia is permitted only with approval from the principal. Leis may not be worn during the ceremony but may be gifted to graduates after the ceremony.

Notes from the Principal

Churchill does not support senior skip day. Students who are not present without a valid excuse will be marked unexcused.

Graduation is usually an hour and a half long. Young children and infants may be happier at home with a sitter.

Noisemakers (cowbells, horns, sirens etc.) and excessive applause disrupt the ceremony and make it longer. Please be respectful of all our graduates and leave noisemakers at home or wait until the end of the ceremony, after the throwing of the caps, to use them.

The Graduation Checklist

The Graduation Checklist is now posted on the graduation website at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation and in the front office, or click HERE. The “Number of Credits” column will be updated as counselors confirm graduation eligibility for all seniors and early graduates. Some students may not see a change in this column until after midterm grades are complete.

How to Use the Graduation Checklist

To protect student privacy, the checklist is published with student numbers, rather than names. You can find your student number on your most recent report card. In ParentVUE or StudentVUE, go to the Report Card tab and click the link that says “Click here to view report card […].”

A check mark means that your requirements for that column are complete. Incomplete requirements will have a note indicating who can help you finalize that requirement.

Upcoming Events

April

9–18: Graduation Performer Audition Sign Up in the Front Office

16, 10am–1pm: Graduation Announcements Pick Up in the Student Lounge—www.minersgrad.com

16: IHS Announcement Inserts Available in the IHS Office

20: Performer Audition Schedule Posted in the Front Office

24, 25: Graduation Performer Auditions in the Auditorium

May

1–5: Graduation Survey** in Naviance

5/7–6/11, Lunch*: Senior Breakfast Ticket Sales in the Student Lounge

5/14–6/11 Lunch*: Graduation Ticket Distribution in the Front Office

5/14–6/6: IHS Graduation Ticket Distribution in the IHS Office

5/14–6/1, Lunch*: Walking Partner/Seating Sign Up** in the Front Office

22, 10am–1pm: Cap and Gown Pick Up in the Student Lounge—www.minersgrad.com

IHS events in blue. | *Lunch times: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 12:30-1:00; Wed 12:50-1:20 | **Mandatory

† The Graduation Party is a community-sponsored event. Liability is the responsibility of the organizers of the event.

Jill Reents

Secretary, Graduation Coordinator

reents_ji@4j.lane.edu

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!

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.

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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