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Chinese Immersion Preparing to Move in Fall 2021

Local contractor chosen to renovate Kennedy Middle School for Chinese Immersion program co-location  Preparations for the program move of 4J’s Chinese Immersion School are underway and the contractor to complete facility improvements has been chosen. Local company Bridgeway Contracting was … Continue reading

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Planning a New Camas Ridge

A color drawing of the preferred site plan with numerous considered orientations in black and white on the left hand side.

Community invited to review, give feedback on preliminary site plan and next steps for new school Planning is underway and design work is beginning for the new Camas Ridge Elementary School. The new school building will be designed for safety … Continue reading

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Virtual Meeting: Camas Ridge School Design Begins

Community invited to online presentation about school design process Design work is beginning for the new Camas Ridge Elementary School. Thanks to voters’ approval of the 2018 school bond measure, three new school buildings will be built to replace aging … Continue reading

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Local Architect Chosen to Design New Camas Ridge

Eugene firm joins the Camas Ridge Elementary School project team Planning for the new Camas Ridge Elementary School is underway and the project’s architect team has been selected. The chosen architect has extensive local experience including designing four Eugene School … Continue reading

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School Ventilation Upgrades a Breath of Fresh Air

Ventilation system changes to improve air quality, including “bipolar ionization” air purifying devices being installed in all 4J buildings The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the 2020–21 school year and our community, and it is transforming some aspects of our school … Continue reading

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Taxpayers Will Save $9 Million From School Bond Resale

District pursues bond refinancing to save taxpayers money  Savings for taxpayers are on the horizon, thanks to the district’s refinancing of bond issuances to capitalize on current low interest rates. In 2018, voters overwhelmingly approved a $319.3 million school bond … Continue reading

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New Edison Building On the Horizon

A view of the old gym.

Removal of the old building signals a new phase It’s the end of an era and the beginning of a new one for Edison Elementary School in southeast Eugene. The longstanding neighborhood school’s structure is being dismantled to make way … Continue reading

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Demolition Begins at North Eugene Site

Pictured are two machines clearing debris at the Silver Lea building.

Silver Lea building removal making way for the new high school On a wet fall morning, big machines started moving at the North Eugene High School site. After salvaging materials for reuse and completing abatement, workers have begun careful demolition … Continue reading

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North Eugene High School Design Nearing Completion

Final school design process wrapping up mid-January Design documents are nearly complete and construction will begin this spring on the new building for North Eugene High School. The North region’s new flagship high school will be the first new high … Continue reading

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Architects Sought to Design New Camas Ridge School

District is soliciting architect proposals to design new elementary school Before new schools can be built, they must be designed. The district this fall will select an architect and then a construction manager/general contractor to design and construct the third … Continue reading

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