Wednesday, February 22, 2023


Today: Climate Action Club meets at lunch in STEM 100; Fun & Games Club meets at lunch in H12; LSU meets at lunch in J11, NASU meets at lunch in F39; Churchill Choral Collective meets at 3:35 in D13; Theatre Tech meets at 3:45 in the auditorium; Tinker Club meets after school in Stem 105.

Tomorrow: APISU meets at lunch in F55; Interact Club meets at lunch in F39; Jewish Cultural Union meets at lunch in F53; Thespian Club meets at lunch in H8.

Friday: FSU meets at lunch in the Auditorium; Mind Body Divergence Alliance meets in F39 during lunch.

Black History Month

On this date in the year 1989, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince won the first rap Grammy for the hit single “Parents Just Don’t Understand.”

Washington State politician George Fleming was born on February 22, 1937, in Dallas, Texas. He started post-secondary education at the University of Washington, Seattle.  While attending the University, Fleming was running back and kicker for the Huskies and was part of the 1960-61 team that won the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Fleming scored the first points with a 44-yard field goal which was at that time the longest in Rose Bowl History.

In 1968, Fleming was elected to the Washington House of Representatives.  Two years later in 1970, he was the first African American to be elected to the Washington State Senate.  While in the Senate he served as Vice-Chair of the Democratic Caucus from 1973 to 1980 and as Caucus Chairman from 1980 to 1988.  While in office, Fleming was an advocate for the underprivileged, a state Martin Luther King Day holiday, control of illicit drugs, improvements in the quality of education, small business and economic development, and civil rights.  He also fought to improve the quality of nursing homes for senior citizens and was an advocate of low-income housing and emergency meals and shelter for the homeless.  George Fleming retired in 1990 after twenty-two years of service in the state legislature.

Happy Birthday shoutout to Mrs. Scurlock!

Student of the Month

Each month, our Churchill departments nominate 2 students per grade that have exemplified high academic achievement. This month, our Special Education and Science departments have nominated the following students: Ash Brubaker, Hailey Millican-Brassfield, Angel Ochoa, Macy Eckley, Ian Dutra, Kellen Sells, Dylan Weideman, Kai Williams, Maya Jolls, Kara Pierson, Sawyer Kavaney, Jasper Noell, Garrett Thessen, James Biehle, Haylee Alexander, and Kulia Kaufman. Congratulations and thank you for all your hard work!

Spirit Week Contest

Come to the planters today and tomorrow during lunch for a contest open to anyone who participates in Spirit Week by wearing the appropriate outfit for that day. We will have a table set up where you can enter your name and the next day we will announce the winner, who will go to the principal’s office to collect their prize.

Girls’ Tennis Meeting

There will be an informational meeting in Room H1 at 12:30 tomorrow for students planning on participating in girls’ tennis.

Black Excellence Week

Some CHS staff are repping movers and shapers of Black History that you may or may not have heard of. Come to the front office to pick up a playing card and try to find the staff that matches your icons. Look for staff with Black Excellence name tags on and keep an eye out for Black Excellence posters near classrooms and office areas for clues. If you find all of your icons, turn in your finished card, with your name and student ID number on it, to Gene Chism in F43 during a free/passing period by 3 pm on Friday to get entered into a raffle for a prize. Good luck!

Yearbook Senior Quotes and Baby Photos

The deadline for submitting senior quotes and baby photos for the yearbook is this Friday. Please email submissions to

Black Excellence Spirit Week

  • Today: Black Greek Colors
    • Freshman = Blue and White
    • Sophomores = Purple and Gold
    • Juniors = Pink and Green
    • Seniors = Crimson and Cream
    • Staff = Black and Gold
  • Tomorrow: Dress to Impress – Suited and Booted!
  • Friday: Hoods up day – In honor of Trayvon Martin

Spring Athletics Registristration

Spring sports registration and physicals are due today. Please make sure you register online and bring a copy of your current physical to the front office. Practices for spring sports start on Monday, February 27th.


Friday: JV and Varsity Girls Basketball vs. Ashland at Churchill at 5:00 and 6:30, Senior Night; Freshman, JV, and Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Ashland at 4:00, 5:30, and 7:00, excused at 11:15; Wrestling OSAA Championships at the Memorial Coliseum at 8:30.

Saturday: Wrestling OSAA Championships at the Memorial Coliseum at 9:00.

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