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Virtual View: Soar Through Edison School Design

3D virtual tour through new Edison building reflects design development concepts • Entry arch and some other elements will evolve  The vision of the new Edison Elementary School is coming into focus. Edison’s current 1926 building is the oldest and … Continue reading

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Planning for Return to School

Oregon Department of Education, Ready Schools Safe Learners: Operational Blueprint for Reentry must address 8 key areas: Public health protocols, facilities and school operations, response to outbreak, instruction, equity, family and community engagement, mental social and emotional health, and staffing and personnel.

Oregon schools may have online or on-site learning, or a blend of both • Full online option available for 4J students Oregon students’ return to school in the fall may look different, such as a blend of on-site classes and … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Class of 2020

Congratulations 4J Class of 2020

Seniors “walk” in virtual graduation ceremonies, now viewable online  They’ve learned. They’ve grown. And now they’ve graduated, cheered on by their parents, peers, families and friends both locally and around the world. The Class of 2020 has graduated and been … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Silver Lea: Last Look at School Building

Virtual tours give one last look at school building that housed Corridor and Yujin Gakuen elementary schools  It’s time to say farewell to the former Silver Lea Elementary School building, which for the past few decades has housed Corridor and … Continue reading

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Fond Farewell to Edison Elementary School Building

Last look at Edison’s 1926 building shared in virtual tour Edison Elementary School has a long and well-loved history in the south university neighborhood. Edison will continue on, but it’s time to say farewell to the school’s 1926 building with … Continue reading

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Survey Invites Feedback on Distance Learning Experience

Families invited to share their experience with school services this spring As the 2019–20 school year comes to an end, Eugene School District 4J is seeking feedback from students, parents and educators. When Oregon students return to school in the … Continue reading

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4J Seniors Graduate in Virtual Ceremonies on Thursday, June 11

Congratulations 4J Class of 2020

Join us live to honor the Class of 2020   Eugene School District 4J’s Class of 2020 will celebrate high school graduation twice: first with virtual ceremonies in June, followed by in-person traditional graduation ceremonies at a later point when large … Continue reading

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Corridor Elementary School to Close in June

Corridor Elementary School sign

The Eugene School Board has voted to close Corridor Elementary School at the end of this school year, in light of significantly decreased student enrollment at the small alternative elementary school and expected school funding shortfalls resulting from the coronavirus … Continue reading

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Care for Our Community in Times of Pain and Unrest

A message from the superintendent and incoming interim superintendent The last few days have been hard for our country and our community. Like all too many past events, the death of another unarmed person of color did not occur here, … Continue reading

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District Schedules Furlough Days

Cost-saving measure will save funds to offset cuts next school year Eugene School District 4J and other Oregon school districts are bracing for significant budget impacts in the next few years as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The district … Continue reading

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