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Printed Packets for Learning Available

Families without access to online learning materials can pick up a supplemental learning packet

Eugene School District 4J and all Oregon school districts are reconnecting with students and preparing for distance learning starting next week. The district is preparing and distributing computers and tablets to students who need one to use at home, and working to support families with home internet access.

In the meantime, 4J educators have put together supplemental learning activities families can use at home to keep their students engaged and learning.

Paper packets of printed supplemental learning materials are available as an option for families who don’t yet have a device and/or internet access at home to access supplemental learning activities. Packets can be picked up at the schools where free meals are served, Monday–Friday from 11 a.m.–12 p.m.:

Churchill Region: Arts & Technology Academy, Chávez Elementary School, Kennedy Middle School, McCornack Elementary School 

North Eugene Region: Awbrey Park Elementary School, Howard Elementary School, North Eugene High School 

Sheldon Region: Holt Elementary School, Sheldon High School (plus Gilham Elementary School, only MWF, 12–1 p.m.)

South Eugene Region: South Eugene High School

Downtown: ECCO

Parents can come to any of these sites and pick up a packet that is at the appropriate grade level for their student.

Families who do have access to online materials at home do not need to pick up a paper packet. The printable packets are available online, along with more extensive interactive learning resources.

Printable Packets and Online Learning Resources
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