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Interim Superintendent Profile: Community Input Extended

4J Interim Superintendent: What do you want to see in 4J's interim superintendent? Share your views, surveymonkey.com/r/4Jinterimsup

Community invited to give input on characteristics and qualifications to seek for one-year position    Superintendent Gustavo Balderas will depart in June after 5 years leading Eugene School District 4J. The Eugene School Board has declared the superintendent position vacancy … Continue reading

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Internet Access for Online Learning

As Eugene School District 4J and all other Oregon school districts ramp up for distance learning, many families are assessing their home internet access options. If you have a need for internet access, please try the following: Free Xfinity WiFi … Continue reading

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Community Input Invited on Interim Superintendent Profile

4J Interim Superintendent: What do you want to see in 4J's interim superintendent? Share your views, surveymonkey.com/r/4Jinterimsup

Give input online on desired characteristics and qualifications for one-year position    Superintendent Gustavo Balderas plans to depart in June after 5 years leading the district. The Eugene School Board is slated to declare the superintendent position vacancy and approve a … Continue reading

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Coronavirus: Stay Home, Save Lives

Stay Home, Save Lives

Governor orders Oregonians to maintain social distance and stay home except for essential needs, work, limited outdoor activity  On March 23, Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued an executive order to “Stay Home, Save Lives” to reduce the spread of the … Continue reading

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Virtual School Board Meeting March 18

March 18 board meeting open to public via live broadcast and internet stream • Public comment will be received via email In light of current public health recommendations to slow the spread of coronavirus COVID-19, the regular meeting of the … Continue reading

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4J Schools Close Until April to Combat Coronavirus

Oregon schools closing for rest of March • 4J providing grab-and-go meals March 16–20 Our city, our state and much of the world are now dealing with an unprecedented public health crisis. Since the COVID-19 coronavirus first emerged in the … Continue reading

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Student Success Plan: Forum Canceled, Feedback Invited

Student Success Act: Our Students. Our Success.

Plan developed with community input is slated for approval March 18 • Feedback invited via email  New funding is coming to Oregon schools, and each school district is developing its local plan for how to invest these funds to support … Continue reading

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Coronavirus Information: Important Update March 11

School events, gatherings, field trips suspended With the number of confirmed coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Oregon increasing, Governor Kate Brown announced new guidance tonight regarding group gatherings and social distancing. We remain committed to keeping our schools open and safe. In accordance … Continue reading

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Student Success Investment Plan: Final Community Forums

Student Success Act: Our Students. Our Success.

Proposed plan developed with community input • Explore and give feedback at forum March 5 or 12 Eugene School District 4J has developed its proposed plan to invest new state funds to support all students’ success, informed by community input, … Continue reading

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Classified Employees Appreciation Week

March 2–6 is Classified Employees Appreciation Week. Thank you, classified employees!

March 2–6 is Classified Employees Appreciation Week. Each year at this time, Eugene School District 4J joins school districts across Oregon in honoring our classified staff members who work to make our schools great places to teach and learn. This … Continue reading

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