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Spencer Butte Middle School

spencerbutte500 East 43rd Avenue, Eugene, OR 97405
(541) 790-8300 Fax: (541) 790-8305

School website

Grades: 6–8
Enrollment: 440
Principal: Peter Tromba <tromba_p@4j.lane.edu>
Secretary: Amy Johnson <johnson_a@4j.lane.edu>

School Hours:
M–Th: 9:00–3:35
Friday: 9:00–2:35
Breakfast and Lunch Menu

Feeder Elementary Schools: Adams, Camas Ridge, Edgewood

High School Region: South Eugene

Mission Statement:
A partnership of students, parents and staff committed to creating an environment where students become lifelong learners.

Program Description:
Spencer Butte Middle School provides a small, student-centered environment while providing the enrichment opportunities of a larger school. Our school culture fosters respect and achievement, encouraging students to flourish during these challenging middle years. Our dedicated staff accommodates individual student’s needs to reach their full potential through a combination of integrated hands-on projects, involvement in a comprehensive arts program and academic skills instruction.

School Highlights:

  • Student-centered, safe, healthy and intimate school climate, featuring a
    harassment- and racism-free zone that instills respect for diversity
  • A peer leadership program that ensures a smooth transition to middle school
  • Challenging and well-articulated academic programs, featuring many hands-on projects and field studies that prepare students for transition to high school
  • Strong commitment to the arts, as well as other elective offerings
  • Broad range of extracurricular activities including drama productions, jazz band, KRVM radio broadcasting, Live Streaming-SBTV broadcast, yearbook, track & field, Lego robotics and student-generated clubs

School Improvement Goals:

  • Create high-level academic experiences that are aligned with standards and help all students successfully meet these high expectations
  • Teach our students the skills they need to be respectful, informed, participatory members of our school community, so that they can be respectful, informed, participatory members of our larger community

ODE school report cards and AYP reports