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4J Summer Programs 2021

Summer enrichment, healthy meals and health care

Summer is here, and with it some no-cost opportunities for students to learn, reconnect and stay nourished.

The district is eligible for state funding to provide extra academic and enrichment summer programs for students to help them boost their wellbeing, expand their learning and re-engage with peers as our community begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic. 4J is expanding programs provided directly by the district, and also providing funding for additional summer programs offered by community providers.

Free Summer Camps & Programs

These programs are offered free (or reduced cost in some cases) for 4J students, but are provided by community partners.

Summer Learning

Eugene School District 4J is offering the following summer school programs.

Elementary school programs: 

Middle school programs: 

High school programs:

Multi-grade programs: 

Free Meals

4J provides free weekly youth food boxes for all youth 18 years old and younger, available for pick up at four school sites. Free summer meals also are available via FOOD for Lane County at 15 community sites.

  • 4J Summer Food Boxes (Wednesdays, 12–1 p.m. at ATA, Cal Young Middle School, Madison Middle School and South Eugene High School. Extra boxes, if available, can be picked up behind the district office, 200 N. Monroe St., on Thursdays, 7:30 a.m.–6 p.m., while supplies last)
  • FOOD for Lane County Summer Meal Program (M–F, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.)

Summer Office Schedules

School-based health centers are open and available for appointments during the summer, except June 28–July 23.

Most district offices are open year-round. High school offices remain open through the summer but operate on reduced hours. Elementary school and middle school offices close for the summer and reopen in August.

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