Family Bulletin October 21, 2022

Hello, Churchill families and students;

What a fun Homecoming week!  So many students and staff dressed up each day for Spirit Week, and the Homecoming Assembly on Friday was amazing!  Thank you to the Leadership students for putting on a great assembly, and to Mr. Mudd and our band, they sounded wonderful!  The game on Friday night against Crater was such a nail-biter; what a win in overtime!!  Congratulation to Coach Miller and our football team – what a great game and a perfect way to end Homecoming week!  Now all we need to do is dance the night away at school on Saturday.

Such amazing memories were made this week, and I am so glad that I get to be a part of this great community were high school students get to laugh, smile, make memories, and enjoy their days at Churchill.  I love this time of year!

Have a great weekend!

Missy Cole
Principal, Churchill High School





  • 7:30 PM — Homecoming Dance

MONDAY, 10/24

  • 5:30 PM – Sr. AVID FAFSA Night
  • Athletics
    • JV Football @ Willamette HS 6 PM

TUESDAY, 10/25

  • “No Place of Hate” student training in Cafeteria and Auditorium 8:30 AM – 3:30  PM
  • Clubs meeting at lunch:
    • W.I.S.E.
    • Art Club
    • GSA
    • Youth Action Club
    • Anime Club
    • Fun and Games Club
  • Athletics
    • Boys Soccer vs Thurston, JV = 4 PM, V = 6 PM (Senior Night!!)
    • Volleyball @ Ashland, JV/JV2 = 5:30 PM, V = 6:45 PM


  • At Lunch College Visits – University of Puget Sound in Rm F39
  •  Athletics
    • Girls Soccer vs Thurston, 6 PM (Senior Night!!)
  • Clubs meeting at lunch:
    • Climate Action Club
    • LSU
    • BSU
    • JCU


  • Clubs meeting at lunch:
    • Thespian Club
    • Interact Club
    • APISU
  • Open House/Lancer Night @ CHS in the Auditorium, Gym and Library – 6 PM – 7:30 PM
  • Athletics
    • JV Football vs Thurston, 4 PM

FRIDAY, 10/28

  • Picture Retake – 8 AM – 12:30 PM in the Auditorium
  • At Lunch College Visits – Pacific University in Rm 39
  • Clubs meeting at lunch:
    • FSU
  •  Athletics
    • V Football @ Thurston HS, 7 PM


  • Athletics
    • Boys and Girls Soccer @ Eagle Point HS, Girls = 1 PM, Boys = 3 PM

MONDAY 10/31

  • Halloween!  – Feel free to dress up, but costumes must follow CHS dress code policy, no weapons or look-a-like weapons, and not costume masks please.
  • Fall Festival at School – See Special Schedule


School and Community Announcements

Homecoming at CHS!

Saturday night from 7:30 PM- 10 PM CHS will be hosting Homecoming at school in the Cafeteria and in the Courtyard.  There will be dancing, food trucks and lots of great music to dance the night away to.  Students need to bring their student ID to show at the door and if  you are bring a guest, they too will need ID and should enter the dance with the CHS student who is bringing them.  It will be a great night!


Open House/Lancer Night!!

This Thursday, October 27th, we will be holding our Open House/Lancer Night at school from 6 PM – 7:30 PM.  Our format will be a little different this year.  Instead of wandering your student’s schedule, you and your student will be able to choose your own adventure and meet all the staff at CHS, learn more about our CTE Pathways, get some of your AP/College Now/IB questions answered (what’s the difference?), and also hear about the amazing opportunities we have in our College and Career Center.

As with any Open House, come when you can, meet your student’s teachers, learn a little more about Churchill as a whole, and if you need to talk more in-depth with one of your student’s teachers, make an appointment with them for a later date.  There will be light refreshments and a loose “program” for those that want to learn a little more about certain things. (See below)  Teachers will be in the Gym ready to meet to you, share with you what their departments have to offer, as well as information about our great CTE Pathways.  Come join us for a great night at CHS!

Time of Events Event  Location
6 PM – 7:30 PM Departments/Staff Connections Gym
6 PM – 6:10 PM Welcome, refreshments  Courtyard 
6:15 PM – 6:25 PM Principal’s welcome to Lancer Night Auditorium
6:30 PM – 6:45 PM AP/CN/IB classes – What’s the difference?  Q and A Session Library
6:50 PM – 7:05 PM College and Career Center help, supports, and information  Library
7:10 PM – 7:25 PM LEAP, Graduation requirements and CHS Pathways


News from the College and Career Center

Senior families –

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA) are now available online. The FAFSA and ORSAA are forms seniors fill out to apply for money for college. Apply early as some funds are limited. You will fill out the FAFSA OR the ORSAA. If you are not sure which to fill out, you can use a filter tool found here.

Check out our step by step guide to completing the FAFSA or ORSAA:


The Oregon Promise Application is now open. The Oregon Promise is funding from the State of Oregon that helps students pay tuition at any Oregon Community College. The application is not long or time consuming, although students must fill out the FAFSA or ORSAA to be considered. We recommend that students fill out the Oregon Promise application even if going to a community college is not their first choice.  We don’t want you to miss deadlines! For more information and to apply go to:


Statewide Paying for College Videos

Paying for College:

Pagar la Universidad:


College Visits
Wednesday, 10/26 – University of Puget Sound @ lunch in F39
Friday, 10/28 – Pacific University @ lunch in F39


College and Career Readiness Extravaganza!!

Wednesday, November 9th, 6:00pm-8:30pm, join us for our first annual College and Career Readiness Extravaganza. After enjoying a light supper, you’ll have your choice of up to three presentations to attend. Subjects include financial aid, scholarships, essay writing, resume building, job search skills, public versus private colleges/universities, financial literacy, and much more. There’s something for everyone. All grades welcome! Stay tuned for details.

The College and Career Center needs volunteers like you!
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,


Eugene Science Center
2300 Leo Harris Parkway
Eugene, OR 97401
Calling interested students who would like to join Eugene Science Center’s Exhibit Hall Team! Are you interested in working behind-the-scenes at a local museum? Do you have a passion for working in an educational setting and helping others? Come to an information session to learn more!
Next Step
Attend an Information Session at Eugene Science Center held on the 3rd Thursday of every month from 5:30pm-6:30pm.
November 17
December 15
January 19
February 16
March 16
April 20


Sara Lamog, Guest Relations and Volunteer Coordinator
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:

Graduation 2023: Order Now!

Class of 2023 and Families,

It is now time to order your cap and gown, announcements, and graduation products for the Class of 2023 Graduation. Orders need to be placed through Miners Graduate Services. Here’s how to do it:

  • Order online at or click on the flyer below to be redirected to this website.
  • Order online by Friday, October 21st and pick up your Class of 2023 Gear (sweatshirts, bling tassels) at CHS from 11:00 to 1:00 on Tuesday, October 25th.
  • Graduation announcements and other printed materials will be distributed in early April.
  • Cap and gown units will be distributed in May.
  • Class Rings and Letterman Jackets may be ordered online throughout the school year.

If you have any questions, please contact Miners Graduate Services by email or phone. The contact information is below:


Miners Graduate Services

1885 River Road • Eugene, OR 97404

(541) 689-4588 •

Volunteer for Site Council

Site Council is a group of teachers, support staff, students, and parent representatives who determine the mission, vision, and school improvement goals for Churchill High School. Churchill is looking for new community members that would like to be part of this important work. Our meetings are once a month and will always honor the time of our team. Please contact Assistant Principal Lancelot Falcon ( for further information.


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