Our Dear Churchill Families,
The events of the past few weeks have changed the way we live, and the way we will learn for the rest of this school year. This has been particularly impactful for seniors, who will miss out on so many of the social events and celebrations that mark the end of their high school experience.
One thing that hasn’t changed is that the G’Lancer is coming to you at the beginning of the new school term. It looks a little different. You may notice that the calendar section is missing and it’s a little shorter than usual. We hope that the information you find in this newsletter will be helpful to you as we begin this new experience of distance learning.
Distance Learning Resources
Term 3 distance learning classes begin on April 13. Visit our Distance Learning page for links and information to help you get started.
Students, please check your 4J Student Email on Monday for invitations to join your Term 3 classes. If you forgot your password, or if your password isn’t working, please email Robin at firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
4J’s Coronavirus COVID-19 page has more information and support resources for students and families.
Term 3 Schedule Changes
Schedule correction requests are due today, Friday, April 10.
Please only use the Tri 3 Schedule Correction Form to request schedule corrections from this point onward. The form has a drop-down menu with courses for each class period. If the course is full, we will let you know by email to your 4J account. Watch for messages from your counselor!
Our counselors are still working on adjusting schedules to meet the needs of our students during remote learning. Some classes such as Teacher Aide, Library Aide, and Office Aide will not be offered during remote learning. You may see some shifts in your schedule over the next few days. This is because counselors will be making adjustments to make sure that all students remain on track to graduate.
Please do not email counselors about schedule corrections at this time so they can focus on making these adjustments.
4J District News
Students Ride Free on LTD
All students in kindergarten through 12th grade can now ride Lane Transit District (LTD) buses for free.
For now, students can ride free if they show their school identification card. At a future point, students will be required to show a pass or app to board the bus. Due to the recent school closure, the cutoff date for requiring a pass or app to board the bus has been extended.
Learn more: www.ltd.org/student-pass.
Los estudiantes viajan gratis en LTD
El Distrito de Transporte del Condado de Lane (LTD por sus siglas en inglés) ahora ofrece transporte gratuito en autobús a todos los estudiantes de kindergarten a 12° grado. Por el momento, los estudiantes pueden viajar gratis si muestran al operador del autobús su tarjeta de identificación de la escuela. En el futuro, los estudiantes deberán mostrar un pase o una aplicación móvil para abordar el autobús. Para más información en inglés visite www.ltd.org/student-pass.
Free and Reduced Benefits
All 4J families are encouraged to learn more about the benefits of the Free and Reduced-Price meals program. Families who qualify can benefit outside of the school lunch program with healthcare, low-cost internet, reduced sports fees, and more!
Learn more about these benefits at http://www.4j.lane.edu/nutrition/freelunchbenefits, or http://www.4j.lane.edu/nutrition/freelunch.
Use SafeOregon.com to Report Safety Concerns, Bullying, Violence, or Drugs
Safety is our school’s top priority. If you see or hear about bullying, violence, drugs, or harm to your school or a student, report a tip using SafeOregon.
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