Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Health Center Survey
Today the Churchill Health Center will be passing out a one-question survey about the health and safety concerns of students. Surveys will be available at the front of the school and in the Student Lounge at lunch.
NSU meets for an informational meeting for all native students today at lunch in the auditorium; Anime Club meets today from 3:30-4:30 in F55; Thespian Club meets tomorrow in H8; Book Worm Club meets Friday at lunch in G29; LSU meets Friday after school in J9; Peace Club meets Friday at lunch; Women’s Empowerment & Crafting meets Friday at lunch in J15.
Club Fair is Coming
If you are part of a school club or organization and are interested in participating, email firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list and receive updates on meetings and information.
Tomorrow, Thursday – Pomona College 12:15 pm in F39
Rotary Youth Exchange
All students – If you are interested in studying abroad, come to the Rotary Youth Exchange information meeting on Monday, September 24th, at 7:00 pm in the Library. Rotary Youth Exchange is a program that sends high school students for a year of study abroad.
College can be expensive. Let us help you find the money you need. Come to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Night Tuesday, September 25th, at 6:30 pm in the Auditorium. You will hear from experts in the fields of federal and state financial aid, completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and finding and applying for scholarships.
Dickie Jo’s Fundraiser
Carson Lydon is hosting a Dickie Jo’s Fundraiser today and tomorrow in support of the Out Of Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention. His team name is “A World Free of Suicide”. Contact Carson with questions or come to the front office to get a flyer.
CHS Ultimate Frisbee
The Churchill Ultimate Frisbee team will be starting practices today and every Wednesday at 4:30 on the fields adjacent to Kennedy MS. Practices run through 6 pm. This is a co-ed team and everyone is invited to join.
NAACP Youth Council
Interested in community service hours and networking opportunities? There will be an informational meeting about the NAACP Youth Council and how to get involved next Wednesday, Sept. 26th in K8 at lunch. We’ll talk about our engagement in leading marches, public speaking, and social events.
Community Service Opportunities
Sleep in Heavenly Peace – Volunteers are needed to help build bunk beds, source supplies, and research finding children that can use the bunk beds, participating in deliveries.
Pink Sox/Walk to Live On at Alton Baker Park – Volunteers are needed to act as race marshals to direct the runners on Saturday, Sept. 29th. Volunteers will work in pairs and be provided with signs and reflective vests. Meet at Alton Baker at 8:00 AM on Saturday.
See our short-term community service board for more information about these opportunities.
Today: Boys JV2 Soccer vs. South Eugene at 4 pm at ATA: Release at 2:30 pm; Girls JV2 Soccer vs. Sheldon at 4:30 pm on grass field: No Early Release
Thursday: Boys JV and Girls JV Soccer at Stayton: Release at 1 pm: (Girls 4 pm/Boys 5:45 pm); V Football at Thurston at 5 pm: Release at 2:45 pm; Volleyball at Springfield High School: 5:30/6:45 pm
Friday: Varsity Football vs. Ashland at 7 pm: No Early Release; Cross Country at Meriwhether: Noon Depart
Saturday: Volleyball at Ashland at Noon/1:45 pm Eagle Point at 5/6:45 pm Bus transport departing at 6:30 am; Boys and Girls Varsity Soccer at Crater: Girls at 1 pm/Boys at 3 pm.