2021–2022, Term 2
|December 7||No School — Staff Workday
(change from original calendar)
|December 8||Term 2 Classes Begin|
|December 8, 6:30||LCC Admissions Presentation
(click here to join via Zoom)
|December 9, 10, 11,
16, 17, 18, 7:00 p.m.
|Twelve Angry Jurors (Fall Play)
Admission: $10 adults, $7 students
|December 16||Staff Appreciation|
|December 17||Senior Portraits Due to Yearbook|
|December 20–31||Winter Break — School Closed|
|January 3||No School — Planning Day|
|January 4||Classes Resume|
|January 17||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day — School Closed|
|January 21||No School — Staff Workday
(change from original calendar)
|January 28||No School — Progress Reports|
|February 11||Staff Appreciation|
|February 21||Presidents Day — School Closed
(possible school closure makeup day)
|February 23||Spring Athletics Registration Due
|February 25||Senior Quotes, Baby Pictures, and Dedications Due to Yearbook|
|February 28||Spring Athletics Practices Begin|
|March 10||Staff Appreciation|
|March 16||Last Day of Term 2|
|March 17||No School — Term-2 Grading Day|
|March 18||No School — Planning Day|
|March 21–25||Spring Break — School Closed|
|March 28||Term-3 Classes Begin|
|April 15||No School — Planning Day
(change from original calendar)
School Calendar Changes
- Friday, January 21, is now a no-school day for all students.
- Friday, April 15, is now a no-school day for all students.
Term 2 Class Schedules
Check StudentVUE now to see your class schedule for Term 2. The last day to request a schedule correction is Friday, December 10. Fill out this form to request a correction to your class schedule. For more information, visit our Scheduling page.
Twelve Angry Jurors
CHS Thespians heartily invite you to the grand return of theatre at Churchill with our Fall production, Twelve Angry Jurors. Twelve complete strangers have been tasked with determining the guilt or innocence of a young man accused of murdering his father. However, the guilty verdict proves to be not as sure as it seems. Our students have been working exceptionally hard and are beyond excited for a live audience. We hope to see you there!
December 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18
Churchill High School Auditorium
Adults $10 and Students $7
Masks are required for all audience members.
Caring for School-Issued Technology during Winter Break
Winter Break is almost here. With two weeks off from classes, your student computer will need to be stored carefully to avoid damage. Remember, 4J technology guidelines do not allow students to take their school-issued computers out of the Eugene area. School computers should never travel outside of Oregon.
Your student computer and charger should be stored in a safe place, like a desk drawer, away from pets and areas of high activity.
Before returning to school please make sure your student computer is charged and ready to use. When a computer’s battery has been drained, you may see an error message saying that the clock needs to be reset. You may need to restart the computer and let it sit for 15 minutes to sync the clock. You may need to restart the computer more than once.
Finally, please review our Tips for Caring for School Laptops.
Students: Upgrade Your School Computer to macOS Mojave
To excuse a student’s absence, please email email@example.com or call 541-790-5102. Absences must be excused by a parent in advance, or within two school days after the absence. If your student was marked absent or late in error, please contact the teacher directly as soon as possible to make the correction. Teachers cannot go back more than two school days to make attendance corrections.
Trips and Planned Absences
When your student will be out of the classroom for three or more days, please complete a Prearranged Absence Form. Forms are available in the front office.
Donate Old Magazines
Do you have magazines that you don’t want anymore? The graphic design classes could use them! We need magazines with lots of advertising (sports, entertainment, etc.) but not National Geographic. Please drop off magazines in the office. Thank you!
Join Climate Action Club
Climate Action Club meets on Thursdays at lunch in the Rachel Carson Room: STEM 100. Everyone is welcome to come and talk about how to be active to save our planet!
College and Career Center News
Wednesday, December 8th, 6:30–8:00 pm
Join us for a Lane Community College Admissions Presentation given by the LCC Admissions and Recruitment Coordinator. You will learn about applying to LCC and the many programs they have to offer. There will be time for questions.
WHERE: ZOOM – Click HERE to join us. No passcode required.
Families are encouraged to attend.
January 11th and February 1st, 3:45–4:45 pm in room F36
OSAC Scholarship Workshop
Get hands-on help with your personal statements, activities chart, and more.
The early bird due date is 2/15 and the final due date is 3/1, so don’t miss this opportunity for feedback and assistance.
Bring your computer.
If you haven’t filled out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)or Oregon Application for Student Aid (ORSAA), it’s time to do it now!
The FAFSA/ORSAA are the applications to apply for federal and/or State financial aid. Many colleges and universities use the information to award their own money too. You must fill out a FAFSA if you are applying for the Oregon Promise.
Don’t put it off. Colleges, universities, and the State of Oregon have deadlines.
Need help with the FAFSA or ORSAA? Schedule an appointment with Sheree Houck using this link: chscounseling.as.me/houck
The Oregon Promise application is available now. Oregon Promise is free money from the State of Oregon to help you pay for tuition to any Oregon community college. For more information and to apply go to: https://oregonstudentaid.gov.
Follow us on Social Media
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A safe place to protect local unsheltered residents when sub-freezing overnight temperatures descend on Eugene-Springfield. The operational season will formally begin Monday, Nov. 15, and end March 31, warming sites open when average overnight temperatures are projected to dip below 30 degrees F.
The Youth Egan is located at First United Methodist Church located at 1376 Olive in Eugene. Also known as the “toaster church” by youth.
variety of services available to youth 0-17, seniors, and people in need. Application open until November 27
Christmas Food boxes – Salvation Army can provide food boxes. Contact 503-585-6688 to arrange.
Triple P Positive Parenting Program — Parenting support for parenting of youth with challenging behavior. Free program, 4 30-minute sessions.