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News and updates about how your school bond dollars are being put to work.

  • Construction at Willard Site Begins Soon Construction at Willard Site Begins SoonTemporary school site for Edison and Camas Ridge reconstruction Construction will be underway soon at the former Willard school site at 29th & Lincoln in south Eugene. Thanks to voters’ approval of the Eugene School District 4J bond measure last fall, two aging school buildings in South Eugene will be replaced over the next few years: Edison ... Read more...
  • Planning for Program Moves   Planning for Program Moves  Corridor, Yujin Gakuen elementary schools will relocate in 2020   A number of school programs will relocate in the next few years to make way for bond construction. Two of the schools on the move are Corridor Elementary School and Yujin Gakuen Japanese Immersion Elementary School in the North Eugene region. Voters approved a $319.3 million school ... Read more...
  • New ECCO School Building Opens New ECCO School Building OpensAlternative high school program starts year with new building Eugene School District 4J’s ECCO alternative high school program has a new home in downtown Eugene. ECCO relocated this fall from the Lane Community College (LCC) campus to the downtown area, next to the district office building at 200 North Monroe Street. The district contracted with Modern ... Read more...
  • Who Will Build the New Edison? Proposals invited for construction manager/general contractor to replace 4J’s oldest school  Voters in Eugene School District 4J resoundingly passed the school bond measure in November 2018 to construct new school buildings for three schools with aging facilities and fund other capital improvements for all 4J schools. Edison Elementary School, the district’s oldest school building, is the first ... Read more...
  • Architect Teams Chosen to Design New Schools Designers will shape new Edison Elementary and North Eugene High School buildings    Architect teams have been selected to design the first two new school buildings to be built using 2018 school bond measure funds. Three of the district’s aging school buildings will be rebuilt in the next few years, thanks to voters’ approval of the school ... Read more...
  • Edison Elementary School Design Direction New school building will be completed in 2022 Local voters approved a bond measure in November 2018 to fund capital improvements at every 4J school and replace Edison Elementary School, Camas Ridge Elementary School, and North Eugene High School with high-quality facilities built for school safety, modern seismic standards, sustainability, and 21st century education. Planning for ... Read more...
  • Let’s Talk: Preliminary Design Direction for New Edison Elementary School Community invited to second meeting in August Local voters approved a bond measure in November 2018 to fund capital improvements at every 4J school and replace three aging school buildings with high-quality facilities built for school safety, sustainability, modern seismic standards, and 21st century education. In the South Eugene region, a new building for Edison Elementary School ... Read more...
  • Better Buildings: Summer Projects Are Underway Summer bond work ranges from planning to construction While school’s out for the summer, work is underway across Eugene School District 4J to repair and improve school buildings and get ready to build new ones. Local voters approved a bond measure last fall to replace three aging school buildings and fund other capital improvements at every 4J ... Read more...
  • Weigh In on Design Direction for New Edison Elementary School Community invited to comment  Online input form Voters in Eugene School District 4J approved a bond measure in November 2018 to fund capital improvements at every 4J school and replace three aging school buildings with high-quality facilities built for school safety, sustainability, modern seismic standards, and 21st century education. In the South Eugene region, two elementary school buildings ... Read more...
  • ECCO Program Moving Downtown ECCO Program Moving DowntownAlternative high school program will have new building at 4J Education Center  Eugene School District 4J’s ECCO alternative high school program will have a new home downtown this fall. ECCO will relocate in 2019–20 from the Lane Community College campus to the downtown area, next to the district office building at 200 North Monroe Street. While ... Read more...