Graduation at a G’Lance, June 3, 2022

In this Issue…

  • New: Graduation Livestream and Recording Information
  • Traducción Española (Spanish Interpretation)
  • Reminder: How to Dress for Graduation
  • Graduation Day Schedule
  • Financial Assistance for Graduation Activities
  • Graduation Checklist
  • Graduation Ceremony Ticket Distribution Continues through June 10
  • Update: Walking Partner Signup Extended Through June 6
  • Graduation Photos by Lifetouch
  • Do this soon: Save your work before you graduate
  • Grad Party — Gift Basket Donations
  • Class Gift

The graduation calendar and past issues of the “Graduation at a G’Lance” are posted on the Class of 2022 Graduation page.


Graduation Livestream and Recording Information

The Churchill High School Graduation will be live-streamed for family and friends to access remotely during the ceremony.  Also, a recording will be available within a week from the graduation to watch at a later date.

Live-stream Link (English Version):
This link will be live with no password needed beginning at 6:45pm on June 11th.

Recording (English and Spanish Versions): will be available within a week after graduation.  The link will be emailed and available on the Eugene IHS website.


Traducción Española (Spanish Interpretation)

Traducción Española: Por favor, descargue la aplicación de Zoom con anticipación y asegúrese que su aparato esté cargado antes del evento. Por favor, traiga audifonos para acceder el audio en español.

Enlace Zoom para traducción al español:
Esto también se publicará en el vestíbulo del Hult Center en el evento. Eugene Public Wi-Fi está disponible en el Hult Center y no se necesita contraseña.

Spanish Interpretation: For families who attend in-person and desire Spanish interpretation, the ceremony will be live-streamed through Zoom with translation by Go Global. You will need your own Wi-Fi device and a comfortable set of headphones. Eugene Public Wi-Fi is available at the Hult Center and no password is necessary. Spanish is the only language interpretation available at this event.


How to Dress for Graduation

Graduation is a ceremony. Graduates are expected to dress appropriately. Wear your cap and gown and nice clothing. You can decorate your cap with 2-D decorations that are school-appropriate. Wear shoes that are easy to walk in and protect your feet. Wear honor cords, stoles, or other regalia that you received from the school. Culturally-significant regalia, such as eagle feathers or leis, are appropriate for graduation only for students belonging to the culture.

How to Dress for Graduation (PDF)


Graduation Day Schedule

The big day is just two weeks away! Click here for a detailed graduation-day agenda.

  • 8 a.m. Senior Breakfast at Eugene Faith Center ($15)
  • 9:30 a.m. Graduation Rehearsal at the Hult Center
  • 11:00 a.m. Tech Rehearsal for Speakers and Performers
  • 6:00 p.m. Class Photo in Caps and Gowns at the Hult Center
  • 7:00 p.m. Graduation Ceremony at the Hult Center
  • 11:00 p.m. Graduation Party at the U of O Rec. Center ($35)


Financial Assistance for Graduation Activities

Being a senior can be expensive. Don’t let money prevent you from enjoying graduation activities. You got this far, and you deserve to celebrate. Visit Ken in the Finance Office for help with the Senior Breakfast, scholarships for the Graduation Party are available by contacting the party organizers, and Jill can help you borrow a cap and gown from the school.


Returning Student Computers

Friday, June 10 (last day for seniors)

Turn in your computer at the station in the courtyard at lunch or after school.

Friday, June 24 (diploma pickup day)

Graduates must turn in their school computer and all technology borrowed from the school before they can pick up their diploma.

Graduates may also turn in their computers at any time in the front office.


Returning Library Books

PICK A COOL WATER BOTTLE STICKER WHEN YOU RETURN YOUR TEXTBOOK OR LIBRARY BOOK. One sticker per student per week, while supplies last.

All seniors’ library books and textbooks are due back by the end of the day on Friday, June 10th. Seniors must return all their books or pay the replacement costs for lost materials before they can pick up their diploma. We will work with you if you are experiencing financial hardship. Please contact Debbie or Jennifer in the library with questions at 541-790-5138.

Note: if you are still working on assignments for a class, you can turn in your textbook after your work is completed. 

Graduation Checklist

The Graduation Checklist will be updated weekly and published here and in the front office. Students cannot pick up graduation tickets or participate in the graduation ceremony until the “ADMIN CLEAR TO WALK” column on the checklist is checked off.

Remember, you must continue to pass your current classes to remain eligible to walk. Visit the Counseling page to schedule an appointment with your counselor.

2022 Graduation Checklist – June 3


Graduation Ticket Distribution Through June 10

67 graduating students have not picked up their reserved tickets. Please pick up your tickets as soon as possible. Or, if you do not plan to participate in the ceremony, please email Jill at or call 541-790-5112.

The Hult Center requires a ticket for every person who enters the hall, including infants. Beginning March 12, 2022, the Hult Center for the Performing Arts will no longer require mandatory face masks. The Hult Center’s public health requirements and information about their on-site testing service are listed on their website at


6 tickets are reserved for each graduating student. Students can request up to 8 additional tickets, which will be distributed by a lottery process.

Ticket distribution is at the CHS office during student lunch only.

Now: Ticket distribution continues

  • students can pick up their 6 reserved tickets
  • students can pick up tickets requested through the lottery
  • ticket lottery requests will continue until all available tickets are assigned

June 10: Last day to pick up tickets at the CHS office

June 11: Unclaimed tickets will be distributed to graduates at the Hult Center at the end of graduation rehearsal, then to the public starting at 6:30 p.m. in the lobby.

View our complete ticket distribution policy here.

For questions, email Jill at


Walking Partner Signup Extended Through June 6

Walking partner slips are available in Jill’s office. Your walking partner is the person who you walk and sit beside at graduation. Each walking pair only needs to fill out one walking partner slip.

Due to the disruption at the end of the school day on June 3, walking partner requests will be accepted through Monday, June 6. 


Graduation Photos by Lifetouch

Lifetouch provides photography services at the graduation ceremony, including the senior class photo in caps and gowns, each student receiving their diploma cover, and individual portraits of the students with their diploma cover.

Lifetouch has partnered with Waldo to deliver your photo proofs! Waldo will send your proofs directly to your phone for viewing and purchase!

How to receive your photo proofs

  1. Text the following join code to 735-343:
    or use this link:
  2. Enroll using a selfie.
  3. Waldo will text you your proofs!
  4. Order your prints and we’ll take care of the rest.


Before you Graduate: Save your School Data

When you finish your graduation requirements, you will be unenrolled and you will lose access to your 4J Gmail, Google Drive, StudentVUE, and other services that use your 4J sign-in, and your contact information will be removed from our communications lists.

Files (Google Drive): Copy any files and data that you wish to keep from your 4J accounts to a personal device, external drive, or personal Google Drive. For instructions on using Google Takeout to download your 4J Google data, visit

Emails and Contacts: Google Takeout (above) can save your Gmail contacts, but it will not export your emails. The easiest way to save emails from your Student Gmail account is to forward them to your personal email address.

Naviance: If you are using your 4J email address for your Naviance account, you must change it to a personal email to avoid losing access to Naviance.


Graduation Party 2022

The Graduation Party is a community-sponsored event independent of and receiving no funding, services, or supervision from the Eugene School District 4J. Liability is the responsibility of the organizers of the event.

Seniors, come celebrate together after the graduation ceremony. We’ll have casino games, rock wall climbing, swimming, corn hole, giant Jenga, sports, ping pong, foosball, and more. And win more raffle tickets and cash. Enjoy Shaved Ice, pizza, and other snacks. Take photos at the photo booth. Use raffle tickets to win grand prizes such as an Apple Watch, iPad, Paddle Board, Nintendo Switch, and 32″ LED Smart TV, plus at least 19 raffle gift baskets! Scholarships are available. Contact the grad party for information.

Go to to purchase your ticket or contact the grad party organizers.

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Class Gift

CHS Senior Parents,

In keeping with tradition at Churchill High School, our graduating class of 2022 will be raising funds and presenting our school with a class gift. Your gracious donation may be for any amount of money that you choose (Yes! $1 donations are appreciated).

Make your donation here, or pay at the school office.

We thank you!

Wayne Taubenfeld
Senior class parent

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