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Let’s Get Ready! Kindergarten Orientation Feb. 15–March 20

4J is welcoming new kindergarteners for fall 2018 Kindergarten orientation events are Feb. 15–March 20: Let’s get to know each other! If your child will turn 5 on or before September 1, please come to your school’s kindergarten orientation event (see schedule below). You’ll … Continue reading

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Classified Benefits & Wellness Newsletter December 2017 Issue #4

Classified Benefits & Wellness Newsletter Diana McElhinney, Classified Staff Benefits Coordinato Phone: 541- 790-7679 e-mail:  mcelhinney_d@4j.lane.edu                    Jasper Mountain Holiday Drive            November 20 – December 14 OSEA is sponsoring our Annual Holiday Donation Drive to benefit the children residing at … Continue reading

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Classified Benefits & Wellness Newsletter November 2017 Issue #3

“Double-Match” 403(b) TSA Retirement Savings Incentive Program Attention all Classified Employees!  Take advantage of this optional retirement plan to help secure a comfortable retirement.  The district will pay 1.25% of your monthly salary into a retirement savings account, if you … Continue reading

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Classified Benefits & Wellness Newsletter October 2017 Issue #2

2017-18 Plan Rates and Deductibles The new medical, vision, pharmacy and dental plan year begins October 1, 2017, and goes through September 30, 2018. The deductible and accruals toward maximum out-of-pocket reset October 1st. regardless of whether they were met … Continue reading

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DACA: Todas las Familias son Bienvenidas y Valoradas en 4J

In Eugene School District 4J, our students dream — En el Distrito Escolar de Eugene 4J, nuestros estudiantes sueñan

Un mensaje del superintendente y de la junta escolar Información en inglés / Information in English La administración federal ha anunciado que está tomando pasos para terminar el programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA, por … Continue reading

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Classified Benefits & Wellness Newsletter June 2016/17 Issue #8

OEBB Mandatory Open Enrollment Fall 2017 OEBB will end all current medical, vision, and dental plans effective September 30, 2016.  Therefore, members who wish to have medical, vision, and dental coverage for the October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2018, … Continue reading

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Weather: Schools Closed, Offices Open (Monday, Jan. 9, 2017)

Monday, January 9, 2017 — Eugene School District 4J schools are CLOSED today due to hazardous weather conditions. Although classes have been canceled, most offices are open. Many 4J staff report to work on days when schools are closed due to hazardous weather. … Continue reading

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Weather: Schools Open, Buses on Snow Routes (Friday, Jan. 6, 2017)

Autobuses escolares en rutas de nieve Eugene School District schools are back in session on their regular schedules, but school buses will use snow routes today (Fri., Jan. 6). Please travel with caution, and please be patient with buses that are also … Continue reading

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Weather: Schools Closed, Offices Open (Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017)

Due to continued hazardous road conditions, all 4J schools are closed for student safety on Thursday, January 5. Most offices will be open. Many 4J staff report to work on days when schools are closed due to hazardous weather. All evening activities (such as … Continue reading

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Weather: Schools Closed, Offices Open, Activities Canceled (Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017)

For student safety, all 4J schools are closed due to snow and hazardous road conditions on Wednesday, January 4. Afternoon and evening activities, such as concerts and athletic practices, and other organizations’ use of school buildings also have been canceled. Many … Continue reading

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