|June 18||Last Day for Students (full school day)|
|June 19||No School
|June 20–August 16||Summer Office Hours
9 am–12 pm, 1 pm–3 pm
Closed on Fridays
|June 24–August 16||FOOD for Lane County Summer Meals Program at Churchill Youth Park|
|June 25||10 am–12 pm||Summer Library Checkout Day|
|June 26||Diplomas available for pick up|
|July 4||School Closed — Independence Day|
|July 8–August 8||9 am–1 pm||Summer Credit Recovery|
|July 9||10 am–12 pm||Summer Library Checkout Day|
|July 23||10 am–12 pm||Summer Library Checkout Day|
|August 12–16||8:30 am–3:30 pm||Summer Bridge|
|August 13||10 am–12 pm||Summer LIbrary Checkout Day|
|August 22||9 am–12 pm||Registration for 10th and 11th Grades
(office closed in the afternoon for registration processing)
|August 23||9 am–12 pm||Registration for 9th and 12th Grades and New Students
(office closed in the afternoon for registration processing)
|August 24||7:30 am||SAT Testing|
|August 25||4–5:30 pm||Project Hope Fair at NEHS or Chávez Elementary|
|September 2||School Closed — Labor Day|
|September 3||9th Grade Orientation|
|September 3||5:30–7 pm||Special Education Pizza Party Meet and Greet|
|September 4||Classes Begin|
* Community-sponsored event: Churchill High School and Eugene School District 4J do not provide financial, administrative, or clerical support for this event. Liability is the responsibility of the organizers of the event.
Lancer Leaders Needed (11th-Graders)
The focus of the Lancer Leader program is to support all students at Churchill and create a positive school environment. If you are open-minded, collaborative, dependable, action-oriented, ready to serve your school, we hope you’ll apply to be a Lancer Leader. If you’re interested please apply to be a part of the positive, welcoming atmosphere for 9th graders and all students at Churchill High School!
Lancer Leaders help 9th-grade students with orientation to Churchill. There are two 2 hour training sessions the week of August 26th, and 9th-grade orientation is on September 3 from 8:00 am–1:00 pm. Students will lead small groups of 9th graders through different orientation activities. Students involved will receive 10 hours of community service and opportunities throughout the year for additional hours. Students will be contacted in early August with more information.
Please complete this application if you are interested. Limited opportunities are available. Please complete your application by August 1.
Contact Ms. Kamens or Gene Chism if you have questions.
Library Summer Checkout
- Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake
- Audacity by Melanie Crowder
- Girl Code by Andrea Gonzales & Sophie Houser
- Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds
- The Love Letters of Abelard and Lily by Laura Creedle
- Mary’s Monster by Lita Judge
- A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly
- Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
- The Strange Fascinations of Noah Hypnotik by David Arnold
- Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
- The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon
- This Mortal Coil by Emily Suvada
Summer Food Programs
Save the date! The Project Hope Kids Fair is coming up on Sunday, August 25, this year. It’s a growing community partnership of churches and businesses that fundraise a full year to provide backpacks with school supplies, athletic shoes, socks, and haircuts for students. This event is intended for families in need and you must have one ticket per student to participate. Tickets are limited. Churchill will be handing out tickets on August 19 through 23 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. A limited number of leftover tickets will be available at the district office (200 N. Monroe St.) on August 23, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., first come, first served. Please call the school office at 541-790-5100 with any questions.
¡Anote esta fecha! La feria de niños Proyecto Esperanza (Conocido en inglés como “Project Hope”) se realizará el domingo 25 de agosto de este año. Es una alianza entre iglesias y negocios que recaudan fondos durante todo un año para proporcionar mochilas con útiles escolares, zapatos deportivo, calcetines y cortes de pelo para los estudiantes de varios distritos escolares. Este evento está dirigido a familias necesitadas de recursos bajos. Es importante recordar que tiene que tener un boleto por cada estudiante para participar. Los boletos son limitadas. La escuela Churchill entregará los boletos en la oficina desde el Lunes 19 de Agosto hasta el viernes 23 desde las 9:00 am hasta las 12:00 y desde la 1:00 hasta las 3:00 pm. Un número limitado de boletos sobrantes estarán disponibles en la oficina del distrito (200 N. Monroe St.) el 23 de agosto, de 10 a.m. a 2 p.m., hasta que los boletos se terminen. Favor de llamar a la oficina de la escuela al número: 541-790-5100 con sus preguntas.
College and Career Center News
Follow the College & Career Center
Bohemia Mining Days
- Set up canopies, tables, and chairs on Wed and Thurs July 17th and 18th
- Staff a booth for a few hours on Friday or Saturday, July 19th, 20th
- Help with clean up and tear down on Sunday, July 21st.
- BE IN THE PARADE with us dressed as a pioneer and handing out little flyers on Saturday, July 19th from 10 am to 11 am
Contact Leslie Graymer at email@example.com to sign up.
Project Hope 2019
Kid’s Fair and Backpack Distribution at Caesar Chavez on Sunday, August 25th.
Contact Danielle Benson at 541-953-9908 for more information.
Volunteer and internship opportunities available as an advocate for the homeless.
For more information contact Tabitha Eck, 541.344.3251 EXT 160 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The first SAT for the 2019/2020 school year is August 24th. This is a great time to take the test before the rush of the school year begins. The deadline to register is July 26th. Register at collegeboard.org.
4J District News
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 free bus passes, 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.
Outstanding Meal Balances with Nutrition Services
The district is carrying over $115,000 in negative balances for students who are not eligible or have not applied for free or reduced meals. We encourage families to apply for free and reduced meals anytime after July 1 (see www.4j.lane.edu/nutrition/freelunch). Menus and meal prices will be posted over the summer.
Bullying, Harassment, and Discrimination
Eugene School District 4J has policies and programs to prohibit and prevent bullying and harassment, including intimidation, cyberbullying, hazing and teen dating violence. Discrimination, meaning any act that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably differentiating in treatment in any instructional program, extracurricular activity, or in the provision of any other service or benefit, is prohibited on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation (actual or perceived), gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, age or disability.
The district encourages students, parents and other patrons to share their concerns with district officials if they believe they or someone else has been the victim of bullying and harassment, including intimidation, cyberbullying, hazing and teen dating violence, or discrimination. No reprisal or adverse action will occur as a consequence of initiating a complaint in good faith.
Incidents should be reported to the school principal or another staff member. If the complainant has worked with the school and is not satisfied with the resolution, or if the principal is believed to be involved, a complaint may be directed to the superintendent’s office. Complaint forms and information about the complaint process are available in all 4J school offices and at the 4J Education Center, 200 North Monroe Street, Eugene, OR 97402. For more information, contact your school principal or the superintendent’s office, 541‑790‑7707.
Driver’s Ed at Churchill
Oregon Driver Training Institute offers Drivers Ed classes year round. View the schedule and sign up at oregondrivertraining.com/class.htm.
Summer Camps 2019
Oregon Children’s Choir
Mad about music? Oregon Children’s Choir has several fun, engaging summer camps for grades 3-12 from June 24 through August 16. Learn beginning or advanced studio recording skills. Or seize your next audition with a recital boot camp for singers and pianists. Detailed camp and registration information is available online at www.oregonchildrenschoir.org. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Upstart Crow Children’s Theatre
Join us for a wide variety of camps and musical theatre fun all summer! Join us for our week long Outdoor Theatre Camps throughout the summer for ages 5-8 or 9-13 with fun themes such as Elephant and Piggie, Where the Wild Things Are, Robin Hood and more. If you’re looking for musical theatre fun come be a part of one of our Summer Stock Productions—join us for High School Musical 2 Jr. (Ages 12-18) July 15-26 and Music Man KIDS (Ages 8-12) August 12-23. Whether your child is an experienced thespian, or looking to try out the stage for the first time, Upstart Crow Children’s Theatre provides an inclusive environment for a diverse community of students.
For more information and to register for a camp or production visit our website at www.upstartcrowstudios.org. Tuition assistance available to qualified families.