Wednesday, March 1, 2023


Today: NASU meets during lunch in F39; Climate Action Club meets at lunch in STEM 100; Fun & Games Club meets at lunch in H12; LSU meets at lunch in J11; 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.

Women’s Herstory Month

March is Women’s Herstory Month. Today we celebrate Ana Roque de Duprey – who was born in Puerto Rico in 1853. She started a school in her home at age 13 and wrote a geography textbook for her students. Roqué had a passion for astronomy and education, founding several girls-only schools as well. She was also instrumental in the fight for the Puerto Rican woman’s right to vote. This Women in STEM series is brought to you by the WISE club – Women in Science & Engineering,

LCC Scholarship Application

The deadline for the Lane Community College scholarship application is tonight at 5:00 pm.

OSAC Scholarship Application

Seniors- the deadline for the OSAC scholarship application has been extended to Monday, March 6, at 5 pm.

Black Excellence Icon Treasure Hunt

This is a reminder that you have until this Friday at 3 pm to turn in your completed Black Excellence treasure hunt cards. Keep a look out for Black Excellence signs on doors, windows, and in class areas to find clues to your icons. All cards can be turned in to Gene Chism in F43 OR the registrar in the front office. If you need a new playing card, come by the registrar’s office for your chance to play.

Trimester 3 Schedules

Attention students, please check your Tri 3 schedule. If your schedule has errors, please use the Schedule Correction Form to request a change. The Correction Form is open on the Churchill website, and the QR code is posted by the counseling offices and in the halls. The Master Schedule of classes is posted near the counseling offices if you need to find out when a course is offered.

Enter the requested change only once, then keep checking your Student/Vue and 4j email to see if the change has been made, or if your counselor has a question. Again, a change may only be requested for an error, such as a missing or incorrect course. Changes will not be made simply for a student to be with friends or to change teachers in the same subject area.

Senior Graduation Credits

Seniors! Be sure to check your Tri 3 schedules carefully to make certain you have the courses and credits you need for graduation. Be sure you are on track to complete your LEAP packet and have scheduled your LEAP interview with Mary Beth or your counselor. All packets and interviews are due April 10, which is about five weeks from now. These are state graduation requirements!

Additionally, if you are planning to attend college or trade school, make sure you are taking the courses required for admission.


All students who are participating in school sports are required by OSAA to be enrolled in and passing 2.0 credits for both the trimester before your sport AND the trimester during your sport. This affects athletes for all spring sports — AND next year’s fall sports. If you are not scheduled for 2.0 credits during both of those trimesters, use the Schedule Correction form to add enough classes for you to meet this participation requirement.


Saturday: Boys Varsity Basketball OSAA Playoff.

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