School Closed through April 28; Information about Events and Activities

All Oregon schools closed beginning Monday, March 16, a week before the scheduled start of spring break in 4J, at the direction of Oregon Governor Kate Brown. The closure was originally planned to continue until April 1 but was soon extended through April 28.

Due to the rapidly-changing information, we will be updating this post as we learn more.

Please continue to check for the most complete and current information about school closures and available services.

OSAA has suspended athletic practices. For information about club sports (golf, OHSET), please contact your coach or team manager directly.

All school activities are canceled. 

Student support meetings will be rescheduled. The organizer of your IEP or 504 meetings will contact you to reschedule.

SAT Testing: College Board has canceled all SAT testing dates through the end of May. Please continue to check their website or look for additional communication directly from College Board.

The office will be closed on March 16–April 28. School staff are working remotely, checking email frequently throughout the day. During the school closure, the best way to reach our teachers, counselors, and other staff will be through email. Click on the Staff Directory link in the menu at the top of this page to look up a staff member’s email address.

WISE Symposium on March 18 is canceled.

The School-Based Health Center Operational Hours and locations:

Call 541-790-5227 for more information.

Thursday, March 19: Churchill Health Center 8-4:30, accessible to all 4J students for in person visits or phone call visits.

Friday, March 20: North Eugene Health Center 8-4:30, accessible to all 4J students for in person visits or phone call visits

The health center will close for Spring Break.

March 30 and after: Churchill Health Center Monday through Friday 8-4:30

Lane County Behavioral Health will contact their patients individually with the intent of offering phone call visits remotely.

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