CHS Family Bulletin, November 10, 2022

Hello, Churchill families and students;

I hope you have a restful three-day weekend and take the opportunity to shake the hand of a Veteran or tell one, “thank you for your service.”  To those Veterans reading this weekly bulletin or working in our schools, thank you so much for all that you have done and continue to do.

Trimester 1 is quickly winding down.  In just a few weeks we will be moving on to Trimester 2 and winter break.  How the time is flying by.  Parents, guardians, and families – I would encourage you to discuss with your student(s) how they are doing in all of their classes, and what their StudentVue and Canvas classes look like.  Student – are all of your assignments in?  Have you been talking to your teachers about what key assignments are projects need to be turned in?  If you have not done this yet, I would suggest you do that this week.  Teachers have office hours before and or after school and are always ready to help.  Check in with your teachers before school during lunch and class and after school.  Email them and ask questions.  There’s still time!  You can do it!

Stay warm, thank a Veteran, get your work done, and enjoy some downtime as well.  Happy long weekend, and as always, please let us know if you have any questions.

Go, Lancers!


Missy Cole, Principal
Churchill High School




Monday, 11/14 — Winter Athletics Practices begin (C-Hill Athletics)

Tuesday, 11/15
At lunch — Southern Oregon University college visit
5th Period — Fire Drill

Wednesday, 11/16 — ADVISORY (Advisory bell schedule)
Education Support Professionals Day

Thursday, 11/17
STAFF APPRECIATION Lunch put on by parent group  (see information below)
7:45 am — Safety Team meeting

Friday, 11/18
2:45 — Educator Choice (4J PD)


Thursday & Friday, 11/24 & 25


School and Student Information

Information from your School Counselors:

Attention Students – Trimester 2 is just around the corner

Please check your Tri 2 schedule. If your schedule has errors, please use the Schedule Change Form to request a change. The form is now open on the Churchill website, and the QR code is posted by the counseling offices and in the halls. The Master Schedule of classes is posted near the counseling offices if you need to find when a course is offered.

Enter the requested change only once, then keep checking your Student/Vue and 4j email to see if the change has been made or if your counselor has a question. Again, a change may be requested only for an error, such as a missing or incorrect course, or classes needed for graduation. Changes will not be made simply for a student to be with friends or to change teachers in the same subject area.

The Schedule Change Form link is at:

Seniors Graduation Credits

Important!  Seniors– be certain to check your Tri 2 and Tri 3 schedules to make certain you have the courses and credits you need for graduation. Be sure you have completed and submitted your LEAP contract, and you have a plan for meeting Career Related Experiences (CRLs). All LEAP contracts are due November 30.

If you are planning to attend college or trade school, make sure you are taking the courses required for admission.

If you need a schedule change, please put the request in the Schedule Change Request Form as soon as possible. The form is now open on the Churchill website, and the QR code is posted by the counseling offices and in the halls. The Master Schedule of classes is posted near the counseling offices if you need to find when a course is offered.


All students who are participating in school sports are required by OSAA to be enrolled and passing 2.0 credits (4 classes) for both the trimester before their sport AND the trimester during their sport. If you are not scheduled for 2.0 credits (4 classes) during both of those trimesters, use the Schedule Change form to add enough classes for you to meet this participation requirement.

Winter Sports Practices starting soon!

Winter sports start on Monday, November 14th.  Students will need to have their physical paperwork in before they can start practicing with teams.  Find out more information here at our Athletics webpage link on our Churchill High School website.


The College and Career Center needs volunteers like you!

Volunteers are needed for the College and Career Center. If you have a spare hour or two a week to help us, consider joining our team. Do you just love managing data and spreadsheets? We need you. Are crafts your thing? We need you too. Are you good at coordinating programs and reaching out to community members? We need a community service coordinator. Does writing make you smile? We need someone to write posts for social media, announcements, emails, etc. Need a flexible schedule? Some tasks can be done entirely remotely. But, if you want to immerse yourself in our active campus, you are welcome. Would you rather help us on an as-need basis? Yep, we always need extra hands.

If you are interested please contact Sheree Houck at and fill out the volunteer form if you have not done so within the last two years,

Need more information about our College and Career Center?  Contact:

Sheree Houck (she/her)

Program Coordinator, College and Career Center
Churchill High School | Eugene School District 4J 790-5115 | text: (541) 854-5447

Schedule an appointment:

Family and Community Information

LTD Ride the Bus Challenge, November 7–20

LTD’s Ride the Bus Challenge is November 7-20 and there’s a $500-$1000 grand prize for the winning school as well as individual prizes for riders. Pick up your free student bus pass at the front office and ride the bus.

Learn more at

Staff Appreciation Breakfast, November 17

One of our wonderful parents will be organizing two upcoming Staff Appreciation events at CHS on November 17th and December 15th.  If you would like to help with these events or have questions on what you can do to participate, please contact Lori Wasikowski at:

Sign up to bring a breakfast item on November 17: Churchill Parent Staff Alliance (CPSA): Churchill teacher/staff breakfast (


Grad Party Fundraiser and Planning

The next Grad Party Committee meeting is December 7 at 6 pm at Putter’s Family Entertainment Center. We’ll be located in the private room nearest the indoor play area.

The Christmas Wreath and Garland event is happening NOW! Get your orders in by November 18th and items will be available for pickup or delivery on November 29th. Drop off your order forms (please makes checks to: “Churchill HS Grad Party”) at the school office or text a picture of your order form to 541-954-8597.

If you would like to be added to email communications for all meeting minutes and updates around the graduation party planning please email


Opioid Prevention

Greetings Parents & Caregivers,

Registration is now OPEN for the Youth Accidental Overdose Prevention event! If you previously filled out the interest survey, you will receive a personalized link to complete your registration. The Center on Parenting and Opioids in partnership with Lane County Public Health, University of Oregon Substance Abuse Prevention & Education, and other community partners will share resources and education awareness in Spanish and English to help Lane County parents, guardians, and youth feel confident in preventing accidental overdose among youth.

The event will occur in-person at Straub Hall at University of Oregon and virtually on November 17th, 5:45–7:30 pm. A flyer is attached with more details about the event.

Please complete a brief registration here to attend the event! (

Opioid Flyer English


Saludos padres y cuidadores de jóvenes,

¡La registración ya está ABIERTA para el evento de prevención de sobredosis accidental para jóvenes! Si anteriormente llenó la encuesta de interés, recibirá un enlace personalizado para completar su registro. El Center on Parenting and Opioides, Lane County Public Health y el Prevención de Consumo de Sustancias de la Universidad de Oregon en colaboración con socios comunitarios brindarán educación y recursos en en español y ingles para ayudar a los padres y jóvenes de Lane County a sentirse seguros al prevenir una sobredosis accidental.

El evento se llevará a cabo en persona en Straub Hall en la Universidad de Oregon y virtualmente el jueves, 17 de noviembre, 5:45pm-7:30pm. Se adjunta un folleto con más detalles del evento.

¡Por favor, complete un breve registro aquí para asistir al evento! (

Opioid Flyer Spanish


LCC Advanced Technology and Apprenticeship Presents – Women in Trades

Wednesday, November 16th from 4 pm – 6 pm, LCC will host a Women in Trades night.  There will be a time to ask questions from a panel of female trades students and industry reps.  You will also have the ability to network with local companies.  This is event is FREE for all participants.  See the flyer below for more information and how to register.

Women in Trades flyer



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