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Bond News (2018)

News and updates about the November 2018 bond measure to fund improvements at every 4J school.

  • School Board Narrows Options for School Rebuilding Plan Join us April 10 to discuss options for Camas Ridge and Edison Elementary School construction Thanks to voters who overwhelmingly approved 4J’s 2018 bond measure, planning for new school buildings is getting underway. This requires some critical decisions to be made soon about how, where and when to rebuild and house students during construction of Camas ... Read more...
  • Help Shape Future School Design: 5-Minute Survey Share your priorities and values for school design and construction  Three of 4J’s aging school buildings will be replaced in the next few years, thanks to voters’ approval of the Eugene School District 4J bond measure in November 2018: North Eugene High School, Camas Ridge Elementary School and Edison Elementary School. Now is your chance to weigh ... Read more...
  • School Rebuilding Plan Community Meeting Join us April 10 to discuss options for Camas Ridge and Edison Elementary School construction NOTE: See update on options under consideration at: https://www.4j.lane.edu/2019/04/camas-ridge-edison-rebuilding-plan-options-narrowed Thanks to voters who overwhelmingly approved 4J’s 2018 bond measure, planning for new school buildings is getting underway. This is an exciting time. It also requires some critical decisions to be made soon about ... Read more...
  • School Design Vision & Values Workshops Help shape the future design of 4J’s new schools Thanks to voters’ approval of the school bond measure in November 2018, three of 4J’s aging school buildings will be replaced in the next few years: North Eugene High School, Camas Ridge Elementary School and Edison Elementary School. Design work for the new schools will begin soon. In March ... Read more...
  • Bond Update: What’s Next for New Schools District holds school rebuild info sessions First is at North Eugene HS Monday, March 4 Three of 4J’s aging school buildings will be replaced in the next few years, thanks to voters’ approval of the school bond measure in November 2018. Design work for the new schools will begin soon. Parents, students, neighbors and other community members are invited ... Read more...
  • Survey: Before Designing New Schools, District Seeks Feedback on Previous Buildings District gathers input on user experience of schools constructed since 2000  Building User Experience Survey (English / Español)   Voters in Eugene School District 4J resoundingly approved a bond measure in November 2018 to fund improvements at every 4J school and for every 4J student.  Bond funds will be used to repair schools, improve security, update technology and learning materials, ... Read more...
  • Thank You Voters! School bond measure is approved  Nov. 6, 2018 — Voters in Eugene School District 4J have resoundingly passed Measure 20-297, the school bond measure to fund improvements at every 4J school and for every 4J student. Bond funds will be used to repair schools, improve security, update technology and learning materials, support career technical education, address overcrowding and ... Read more...
  • Join Us for a Bond Conversation What do you want to know about the school bond measure? Frequently asked questions Proposed bond improvements Bond community conversation  Do you have questions about the school bond measure on the November 6 ballot? Community members are invited to discuss the measure with Superintendent Gustavo Balderas and other 4J staff at a pair of community meetings on Oct. 29 and ... Read more...
  • Proposed Bond Measure: Every Student, Every School Bond measure would fund improvements for every 4J school if approved Nov. 6 Measure 20–297, the school bond measure on the November 6 ballot, would fund improvements at every 4J school and for every student if it is approved by voters. Every school would receive safety and security improvements, new curriculum materials and technology upgrades for a ... Read more...
  • School Bond Measure on November 6 Ballot Bond measure would fund improvements for every 4J school if approved by voters Measure 20–297, the school bond measure on the November 6 ballot, would repair schools, improve security, update technology and learning materials, support career education, address overcrowding and replace three aging school buildings. Bond Information Sheet (English / Español) If the bond measure passes, it would: Fund ... Read more...