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Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)

4J participates in the Summer Food Service Program by serving free meals to children during the summer. There is no income requirement or registration, and any child under age 18 may participate; adults are welcome to eat for $4.00.

During the school year, many children receive free and reduced-price breakfast and lunch through the School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs. What happens when school lets out? Hunger is one of the most severe roadblocks to the learning process. Lack of nutrition during the summer months may set up a cycle for poor performance once school begins again. Hunger also may make children more prone to illness and other health issues. The Summer Food Service Program is designed to fill that nutrition gap and make sure children can get the nutritious meals they need. (www.ode.state.or.us).

Click here for more information or contact Nutrition Services at 541-790-7656 or visit us online at www.4j.lane.edu/nutrition

 

Churchill Youth Football Summer Camp

Churchill Youth Football Summer Camp

August 7-9, 6pm-7:30pm on the CHS field

Open to students going into 2nd-8th grades

To sign up, contact AJ Robinson, robinson_a@4j.lane.edu

G’Lancer 6/7

A new G’Lancer is posted under News > E-Newsletters or click HERE! Please take the time to read through the newsletter for important announcements and details about school and community events.

The G’Lancer is published on the first Monday of each month during the school year, or Tuesday when the first Monday is a holiday. Please remember to check our calendar for the most up-to-date schedules and check our news feed frequently for timely announcements.

Graduation Update 5/22

 

The latest Graduation Checklist is posted at www.chs.lane.edu/graduation and in the Front Office. Remember, an X in any column means you are NOT CLEARED. Please check with the staff member listed at the top of the column to see what you need to do to be cleared to graduate.

This Week

  • May 23: Cap and Gown Pick Up in the Student Lounge at lunch.
  • May 15-June 2: Walking Partner signup in Jill’s office during student lunch (Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 12:30-1pm, Wed 12:50-1:20pm). Must be cleared to graduate.
  • May 15-May 26: Graduation Tickets on sale in Jill’s office during student lunch (Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 12:30-1pm, Wed 12:50-1:20pm). Must be cleared to graduate. Limit 7 tickets per student.

Coming Up

  • May 30: ticket limit increases to 14
  • June 1, 6:30pm: Awards Night
  • June 2: Senior Assembly
  • June 7: no ticket limit
  • June 8: Last school day for seniors
  • June 12: Graduation Day
  • 7:30 Senior Breakfast at Eugene Faith Center, catered by Wild Duck
  • 9:30 Graduation Rehearsal (Mandatory)
  • 6:00 Cap and Gown Photo
  • 7:00 Graduation!

ALICE Training Revised Schedule and Materials

The previously published ALICE Training Schedule was incorrect. Please see the corrected version and training materials below.
1st 8:40-9:37
2nd 9:42-10:39
3rd 10:49-11:46
ALICE 11:51-12:51
Lunch 12:56-1:26
4th 1:31-2:28
5th 2:33-3:30

ALICE CHS PPT

ALICE SCRIPT

AVID Evaluation: Student Survey

http://epic.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/admin-q/avid-evaluation-student-survey-spring-2017/?collector=192870

G’Lancer 5/1

A new G’Lancer is posted under News > E-Newsletters or click HERE! Please take the time to read through the newsletter for important announcements and details about school and community events.

The G’Lancer is published on the first Monday of each month during the school year, or Tuesday when the first Monday is a holiday. Please remember to check our calendar for the most up-to-date schedules and check our news feed frequently for timely announcements.

Choir Auditions

Auditions for Concert Choir and Downing Street Singers will be happening during lunch next week MondayFriday in the choir room. Please prepare a 30 second section of a song of your choosing. Current CHS students may sign up on the choir room door to secure their audition spot. For incoming CHS students, please email Mr. Steinberger at steinberger_j@4j.lane.edu to set up a time to audition.

Note: incoming students do not have to audition during school hours.

G’Lancer 4/3

A new G’Lancer is posted under News > E-Newsletters or click HERE! Please take the time to read through the newsletter for important announcements and details about school and community events.

The G’Lancer is published on the first Monday of each month during the school year, or Tuesday when the first Monday is a holiday. Please remember to check our calendar for the most up-to-date schedules and check our news feed frequently for timely announcements.

High School Science Curriculum Open House — Tuesday, April 4

High School Science Curriculum Open House — Tuesday, April 4  

New curriculum is being considered for 4J high school science classes. Parents and students are invited to a science adoption open house to learn about and give feedback on the curriculum being considered — Tuesday, April 4, 5–6 p.m., at the 4J Education Center, 200 N. Monroe St. in Eugene. Spanish interpretation will be provided.

Oregon’s academic standards for science have changed. Our school district is looking to adopt new high school science curriculum to replace aging learning materials, using bond funds approved by voters in 2013. New science curriculum already has been adopted for elementary and middle schools. Now, updated curricula are being considered and community input is invited for five high school science courses: physical science, biology, earth science, chemistry and physics.

Curriculum recommendations will be considered by the school board for adoption this spring. New materials could be in use as soon as next fall.


 

Sesión abierta al publico sobre el currículo de ciencias en las escuelas preparatorias martes, 4 de abril

Se está considerando un nuevo currículo para las clases de ciencia en las escuelas preparatorias de 4J. Los padres y estudiantes están invitados a una reunión para aprender y dar su opinión acerca del currículo que se está considerando. La reunión se llevara a cabo el martes 4 de abril de 5 a 6 p.m., en el centro educacional de 4J, localizado en el 200 N. Monroe Street en Eugene. Se proveerá intérpretes en español.

Los estándares académicos de Oregon para las clases de ciencia han cambiado. Nuestro distrito escolar esta considerando adoptar un nuevo currículo para las clases de ciencia en las escuelas preparatorias para reemplazar materiales de aprendizaje anticuados utilizando fondos de bonos aprobado por los votantes en el 2013. Se ha adoptado ya un nuevo currículo para las clases de ciencia en las escuelas primarias y secundarias. Ahora se están considerando currículos actualizados para las escuelas preparatorias y se invita a la comunidad a dar su opinión sobre cinco cursos de ciencia: ciencias naturales, biología, ciencias de la tierra, química y física.

Las recomendaciones del currículo serán consideradas por la junta directiva para su adopción esta primavera. Los materiales nuevos podrían estar en uso tan pronto como el próximo otoño.