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School Bus Route Changes

Students arriving at Bertha Holt Elementary in Eugene School District 4J in 2018. (Photo by Chris Pietsch)

Buses have new stops and times this fall Does your student ride the bus to school? Please check your bus route for any changes before school begins. School bus routes, stops and schedules are adjusted every year. This fall, many … Continue reading

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School Offices Open This Week

Need to contact your school? Now is the time! School offices reopen or resume regular hours this week. High Schools: Wednesday, August 15—Regular hours resume Middle Schools: Wednesday, August 15—Offices open with regular hours Elementary Schools: August 16 and 17—Open … Continue reading

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Tentative Agreement Reached on Classified Contract

4-year contract agreement must be ratified by union members and approved by school board  Members of the bargaining teams of Eugene School District 4J and the Oregon School Employees Association have reached a tentative agreement on the issues under negotiation … Continue reading

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Summer Meal Program Begins

Free breakfast and lunch for kids July 5–August 17 Summer is here and school is out—but some 4J cafeterias are still cooking. Eugene School District 4J serves about 10,000 meals to students each day when school is in session. Kids’ … Continue reading

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School Board Adopts Budget

Budget plan includes full school year • steady class sizes • counselors at every school • more elementary PE • high school success • behavioral supports The Eugene School District 4J Board of Directors has adopted the district’s budget plan … Continue reading

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Bond Measure Plan to Be Finalized in August

Board takes time to thoroughly consider options Eugene School District 4J’s school board is considering referring a potential bond measure to voters on the November 2018 ballot to replace and improve aging school buildings and learning materials—but not yet. To … Continue reading

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Board Commends Superintendent in Annual Evaluation

The Eugene School Board commended the leadership of Superintendent Gustavo Balderas during his third year as superintendent of Eugene School District 4J in its annual performance evaluation. The board shared its report at the June 20 board meeting. The superintendent’s annual … Continue reading

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Coffee With the Superintendent

Dr. Balderas invites community for coffee and conversation Coffee With the Superintendent Wednesday, June 20, 10–11 a.m. 4J Education Center 200 N. Monroe St., Eugene (invite your friends!) You’re invited: Drop in on Wednesday morning, June 20, for coffee and … Continue reading

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New School Schedules Approved

4J students learning in classroom

Standard schedules to provide enough, equal, consistent learning time will be in place this fall Eugene School District 4J is changing to a consistent calendar and standard schedules for all schools in 2018–19 to provide enough, fair and equal instruction … Continue reading

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Congratulations, 2018 Graduates!

They’ve learned. They’ve grown. And now they’ll walk, to the applause of their parents, peers, families and friends. The class of 2018 is graduating this June. Congratulations to every one of our 2018 graduates from Eugene School District 4J. Your … Continue reading

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