Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Today: Art Club meets at lunch in B1; Youth Action Council meets at lunch in the conference room F39; BSU meets at lunch in the auditorium; Theatre Tech meets at 4 in the auditorium; Anime Club meets after school in F55; Japan Bowl meets at lunch in F55
Wednesday: LSU meets at lunch in the auditorium; NASU meets at lunch in D26 in the cafeteria; Investment Club meets at lunch in J19; Tinker Club is canceled for today; Climate Action Club meets at lunch in STEM 100; NEW – Jewish Student Union – JSU is a place to explore Jewish culture, traditions, and experiences. Open to all on Wednesdays at lunch in F49, the cooking room
Thursday: Thespian Club meets at lunch in H8; Gender & Sexuality Alliance meets at lunch in the auditorium; ASU meets at lunch in F55; Interact Club meets at lunch in F38; WISE meets after school until 4:30 in the STEM building workshop
Friday: FSU meets at lunch in the auditorium
Black Facts of the Day
On this day in 1985, Brenda Renee Pearson, an official court reporter for the House of Representatives, became the first Black woman to record the State of the Union address.
On this day in 1986, Oprah Winfrey became the first African American woman to host a nationally syndicated talk show.
Also on February 8, 1986, Debi Thomas, a pre-med student at Stanford, became the first African American to win the Women’s Singles in the US National Figure Skating Championship.
Interact Club is selling Candy Grams at lunch all week at the planters. All proceeds benefit the Maia School for Girls in Guatemala. Send a message to a friend and support Interact Club.
The Unified Basketball team has its last practice today in the gym at lunch. Please make sure to turn your paperwork into Jenn Williams in F60 or bring it to practice. The game is at CHS on Friday at 6:30. Go, Lancers!
Tomorrow is an Advisory day so make sure to follow the Advisory bell schedule.
Do you have questions, ideas, or concerns about school? Student Government will be available to hear you tomorrow at lunch in J9. This is an opportunity for students to connect with their representatives and to use student voice to help make Churchill a place for all students.
Virtual Support Group for BIPOC Teens
Join your peers from across the district to connect about your experiences, share frustrations, engage in stress reduction exercises, and learn coping strategies for managing stress — Wednesdays 5–6:30 pm, beginning tomorrow through March 16th. Reach out to your counselor for more information.
Support the Lancer Pageant by going to Dizzy Dean’s on Thursday. Get your flyer from a campus poster, a coordinator or contestant, or a picture on your phone. A percentage of your purchase goes to support Children’s Miracle Network.
All Lancer coordinators and contestants have their buckets ready for your donations!! Please give generously to support Children’s Miracle Network.
Please register ASAP in Family ID for the spring sport you are interested in. You must be registered prior to any pre-season workouts and official practices. The official season starts February 28th so we are only 20 days away. Get involved and come out and play!
Winter One-Act Festival
CHS Thespians are proud to present the return of the Winter One-Act Festival. Join us Sunday, February 13th at 7 pm for an evening filled with short-form theatre entirely directed, produced, and acted by CHS students. Tickets are $5 at the door. Masking is required while in attendance. See you there!
Senior baby pictures and dedications are due by February 25th to Don Squires at firstname.lastname@example.org. For photo and dedication parameters visit the CHS website Yearbook page.
Senior quotes are also due Feb. 25th and must be limited to 20 words or fewer. If needed, forms are available in C5.
Are you looking for a spring sport? Churchill students are invited to join the South Eugene boys lacrosse team this spring. New players are encouraged to join. If interested, contact email@example.com for more information.
Campus monitors will be ticketing vehicles that are parked on campus without a CHS parking permit. Permits are $35 and scholarships are available to students who qualify for Free and Reduced Meals. Student parking passes help us with campus security by quickly identifying which vehicles belong on campus. It also helps us find and notify the vehicle’s owner if someone witnesses a break-in or other damage.
Today: Girls Basketball at Springfield: 5:15/6:45 pm; Boys Basketball vs. Springfield: 4/5:30/7 pm; Freshman Team released at 3 pm
Friday: Unified Basketball Game at 6:30 pm at CHS; Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball at Ashland: 5:15/6:45: Release at 11:30 am; Swim Districts at Cottage Grove: Release all day
Saturday: Swim Districts at Cottage Grove; Wrestling Districts at Eagle Point