CHS Family Bulletin, November 4, 2022

Hello, Churchill families and students;

Happy first week of November!  It’s hard to believe we are into November already and creeping up on the end of the first trimester.  This month will fly by, and before you know it December and the start of 2nd Trimester will be here.  If you have not already, I would encourage you to reach out to your students’ teachers to check in about grades, missing assignments, and ways that you can support your students’ academic success.  I would also encourage you to talk to your student and have them show you their Canvas classes and assignments.  So many wonderful things are happening in our classes here at Churchill, and it’s always fun to hear the student’s perspective on what they are learning.

Daylight Savings happens this weekend.  Remember to “Fall back” and set your clocks back an hour on Saturday night.  I hope that you all enjoy your extra hour of sleep this weekend and as always, please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.


Missy Cole


Churchill High School


School and Student Information

Club Fair Monday, 11/7 during lunch – special schedule(extended lunch)

Monday we will have the Club Fair in the gym.  We will be on an extended lunch day schedule.  This was discussed and approved in Operations on 10/5.  Each club has been working hard to get tables and information ready to share with their peers.  It will be a great time in the gym, please stop by, check out the clubs that are offered here at CHS, and mingle with our students.

Schedule for the day:

0 Period 7:19 AM – 8:25 AM
1st Period 8:30 AM – 9:35 AM
2nd Period 9:40 AM – 10:45 AM
3rd Period 11:00 AM – 12:05 PM
Lunch and Club Fair 12:10 PM – 1:10 PM 
4th Period 1:15 PM – 2:20 PM
5th Period 2:25 PM – 3:30 PM


CHS Fall Production – “That’s the Spirit”

CHS Thespians’ Fall Production, “That’s the Spirit”, opens this Thursday, Nov. 3rd, with show dates also on Nov 4, 5, 10, 11, and 12.

About the play – Irene Lockwood inherits the mansion of her recently murdered aunt. The catch is that it comes with a wild group of psychics determined they can catch the killer.

Join us for a hilarious evening murder mystery spoof. Curtains open at 7:00 PM in the auditorium. Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults and can be purchased from your friendly local CHS Thespian or at the door. See you there!

From the College & Career Center

You’re Invited to Churchill’s College & Career Extravaganza!!!!

When: November 9, 2022

Where: Churchill High School

Time: 6:00-8:30 PM (Hearty appetizers served beginning at 6:00, workshops begin promptly at 6:30)

RAFFLE = Prizes = Fun and Food!

Choose up to three 30-minute presentations to attend

  • Apprenticeships
  • College financial aid
  • Essay writing for college and scholarship applications
  • Finances for teens
  • Resume building and job search tips
  • Scholarships

Learn about the similarities and differences between public and private universities and colleges, explore options at a community college and much more!

CCR Extravaganza Poster.pdf

Fees for the Advanced Placement Exams and the Intent to Register Form are due on November 7th.

Contact Sheree Houck at: if you have questions.

College & Military Visits:

TuesdayNovember 8th – US Air Force Information meeting at lunch in F39

WednesdayNovember 9th – Columbia College Chicago Visit at lunch in F39


The College and Career Center needs volunteers like you!

Volunteers are needed for the Career and College Extravaganza on Wednesday, 11/9. We need help setting up, directing traffic, giving directions, monitoring rooms and food tables, and cleaning up. You’d still be able to attend information sessions as well. Win, win! Contact Sheree Houck if you can lend a hand.
But wait, there’s more……….. 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,
From our Partners:
CollegeBoard Real Talk Edition What is Real Talk? Real Talk provides Support and information to black students and their families by black experts in their fields.
Coming up:

Real Talk: Paying for College Edition is back on Wednesday, November 2 and November 9, at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. College affordability is a stressor for many families, and Real Talk is here to help alleviate that stress.

Black financial aid experts from across the country will share information about scholarships, financial aid, loans, the FAFSA®, and more. This two-night event isn’t something to miss!
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:

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.

Family and Community Information

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Lunches

One of our wonderful parents will be organizing two upcoming Teacer/Staff Appreciation lunches at CHS on November 17th adn 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:


Grad Party Planning

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

We have some exciting fundraisers happening this week. November 9th is the Papa’s Pizza Night! Print the attached flyer and 50% of the proceeds will go to the Grad Party. This flyer is good for take-out orders.

Also, our 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 to 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

4J is partnering with Springfield, Bethel, UO, Lane County Public Health and a few other community partners for an Opioid Prevention Event. See flyers below for more information.

Opioid Flyer English

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



Monday 11/7

Tuesday 11/8

  • At Lunch
    • US Air Force Information meeting
    • GSA meeting
    • Art Club meeting
    • Fun and Games meeting
    • W.I.S.E meeting
    • Youth in Action Club meeting
  • Anime Club meeting after school

Wednesday 11/9

  • At lunch
    • Columbia College Chicago Visit
    • Climate Action team meeting
    • JCU meeting
    • BSU meeting
    • LSU meeting
  • College and Career Fair Extravaganza!!!!
    • 6 pm- 8:30 pm – food, prizes, college and financial aid workshops…So many great opportunities to learn more about life after high school!!

Thursday 11/10

  • No SCHOOL DAY FOR STUDENTS –  Teacher’s Professional Development Day
  • Fall Play – “That’s the Spirit” – Curtains open at 7:00 PM

Friday 11/11

  • NO SCHOOL – Veteran’s Day.
    • Thank you to all those that have served!
  • Fall Play – “That’s the Spirit” – Curtains open at 7:00 PM

Saturday 11/12

  • Fall Play – “That’s the Spirit” – Curtains open at 7:00 PM

Monday 11/14

  • Winter Sport Practices begin – 3:30 pm
    • Sports offered and Registration information can be found here

Tuesday 11/15

  • At lunch
    • Southern Oregon University college visit
    • GSA meeting
    • Art Club meeting
    • Fun and Games meeting
    • W.I.S.E meeting
    • Youth in Action Club meeting

Wednesday 11/16

  • Education Support Professionals Day
  • At lunch
    • Climate Action team meeting
    • JCU meeting
    • BSU meeting
    • LSU meeting

Thursday 11/17

  • Safety Team meeting – 7:45 am via Zoom
  • STAFF APPRECIATION Lunch put on by parent group  (see information above)
  • At Lunch
    • Interact Club meeting
    • Thespian Club meeting
    • APISU meeting

Friday 11/18

  • At lunch
    • FSU Club meeting
  • Early Release – 2:30 pm



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