Monday, October 1, 2018
GSA meets at lunch in F49, BSU meets tomorrow at lunch in J9; Theater Tech meets tomorrow at 3:45 in the auditorium; NSU meets Wednesday at lunch in the auditorium; Anime Club meets Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 in F55; Dance Club meets Wednesday at lunch in the cheer room; Thespian Club meets Thursday in H8; LSU meets Friday after school in G29; Peace Club meets Friday at lunch at the Rock; Women’s Empowerment & Crafting meets Friday at lunch in J15; ASU meets Friday in F55; Pacific Islander Club meets Friday at lunch in F49; Book Worm Club meets Friday at lunch in G29.
Teen Court is a restorative justice program for youth, ages 12-17, who have been cited for minor violations and misdemeanors. Teen volunteers serve on the juries and decide together what the sentence for the youth will be. The youth then has to complete that sentence in order to qualify for their juvenile record to be cleared. If you are interested in volunteering on Teen Court, a representative will be here at the beginning of lunch Tuesday in room J15 in the IHS hall. Any interested students should attend. This is a great way to earn community service hours.
You can now fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Some funds are limited so do it early. If you are thinking about going to LCC next fall, you can apply for the Oregon Promise Grant now. If you need free money to go to an Oregon Community College, fill out the Oregon Promise application soon. See Sheree in the College and Career Center if you have questions.
Food Production & Manufacturing Career Day
This Friday is Food Production and Manufacturing Career Day. To attend this field trip students must be at least 16 years old. You will learn about careers available in the food production/manufacturing industry. We will tour Attune Foods and Franz bakery and talk with employees and owners. Lunch will be provided, however, students with diet restrictions should bring their own lunch. Sign up Outside the School-to-Career office in the STEM building or at the counter in the College and Career Center. Permission slips are due tomorrow, Tuesday, October 2nd.
Any 11th-grade student who wishes to take the PSAT on CCR Testing Day and has not yet been contacted, please see Katy in the counseling office as soon as possible.
Do you own a horse and want to be part of Churchill’s Equestrian Horse Show Team? Our first meeting is today at lunch in G10. Bring your lunch and be there by 12:35.
Youth Supporting Youth
The Youth Supporting Youth flyers and permission forms are in the front office. Contact Casey Tiemann with questions.
October bus passes are available in the finance office.
College & Military Visits
Today – Lewis and Clark, 12:25 in F39 and Prescott College, 3:00 pm in F39
Thursday – Montana State, 8:30 in F39, Gonzaga University, 10:00 in F39, and Allegheny College, 12:25 in F39
Showcase your club at the CHS Open House on Wednesday. Set up at 5:30 pm in front of the auditorium and be ready for guests to arrive from 6-6:30 pm. See Robin or Jill in the front office.
Today: Boys JV2 Soccer vs. Springfield JV at 4:30 pm on 18th Street Grass Field: No Early Release;
Girls JV2 Soccer at Springfield JV at 4 pm: 1:45 Release
Tuesday: F/JV/V Volleyball at Crater for 5:30/6:45 pm Games: 11:30 Release;
Wednesday: JV and JV2 Boys Soccer at Willamette at 4:30 pm: Release at 2:45;
Varsity Boys Soccer at Willamette at 6:30 pm: No Early Release;
Girls JV Soccer vs. Willamette at 4:30 pm on Turf: No Early Release;
Girls V Soccer vs. Willamette at 6:30 pm on Turf: No Early Release
Thursday: JV Football at Willamette at 6 pm: No Early Release: 4:30 pm Load
Friday: Varsity Football at Eagle Point at 7 pm: 1 pm Release
Saturday: Varsity Volleyball at Glencoe Tournament: Self Transport;
Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer at North Bend: 1/3 pm: One bus transport: Load at 915 am;
JV2 Boys and JV2 Girls Soccer vs. Creswell: Both games at noon and both games on Churchill Grass fields.