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  • Summer Programs Offered for 4J Students
    4J offers the following summer school programs by invitation only: Title I Elementary Summer School Middle School Summer Academy High School Summer Online Academy Special Education Extended School Year The district also is partnering with a local business that will offer a fee-based academic summer camp for students entering grades 6–9: Summer Springboard
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  • Sign Up: Summer Springboard to Help Stop the “Summer Slide”
    4J sponsors math-focused summer camp by local business Fee-based camp for students entering grades 6–9 will be held July 8–August 1 Students in Eugene School District 4J get an excellent education while school is in session. But how can they keep their learning progressing over the summer? 4J this year is sponsoring a summer program to help stop students’ ...
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  • Strong Interest in School Design Projects
    Thanks to voters, four of 4J’s oldest schools will be rebuilt in the next few years. In a first step, the district is seeking architects interested in providing design services. Architectural and engineering firms are showing strong interest in the school projects. Turnout was tremendous at an optional pre-proposal meeting held by the district. A total of 45 ...
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  • Architects Sought to Design New Schools
    District issues request for proposals, due June 14 Voters in Eugene School District 4J have resoundingly passed Measure 20-210, the school bond measure to provide funding for 4J schools. Bond funds will be used to replace four aging school buildings, improve classroom technology, update instructional materials, upgrade security, repair schools, and more. In a first step toward building ...
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  • Thank You Voters!Thank You Voters!
    May 21, 2013 — Voters in Eugene School District 4J have resoundingly passed Measure 20-210, the school bond measure to provide funding for 4J schools. Bond funds will be used to replace four aging school buildings, improve classroom technology, update instructional materials, upgrade security, repair schools, and more. The 4J School Board thanks the voters and community for ...
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  • Student Records Available From Your School
    To request your transcript or other student records: • Grades K–8: For elementary school and middle school records, contact your school. • Grades 9–12: Contact your high school registrar for records. If the records you are looking to obtain predate the records available at the school, you will be referred to the district office. • Undocumented youth: If you are applying for consideration of ...
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  • Kendall “Drive For Education” Supports Eugene Schools
    Local business Kendall Toyota will donate $1,000s each month Drive For Education, a new partnership between Kendall Toyota and the 4J and Bethel school districts, is gearing up to generate substantial support for Eugene schools. Kendall’s generous contributions will provide $12,000 to 4J each month during the 2012–13 school year, plus additional funds to schools based on points ...
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  • Honoring Excellence: 2013 ACE Awards
    Dozens of 4J teachers and other licensed staff, classified staff, administrators and volunteers were honored April 23 at the 8th annual ACE (A Champion in Education) Awards ceremony. One district “champion” was selected from each category: Teachers/Licensed Staff, Classified Staff, Administrators, and Volunteers. 4J’s four champions for 2013 are: Jason Miller, Language Arts & Social Studies Teacher Kelly Middle ...
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  • High School Common Schedule
    All high schools in the Eugene School District will share a consistent schedule beginning in Fall 2013. Aligning high school schedules is one of several ways that 4J is working to: • Increase student achievement and ensure that all students graduate • Provide equitable learning opportunities for students • Gain operational efficiencies What Does the New 3×5 Schedule Mean For ...
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  • School Board Invites Public Input on Long-Range Facilities Plan
    Public hearing on Wednesday, January 23 Proposal: replace or renovate 3–4 school buildings in near future The Eugene School Board invites public comment on a long-range plan to replace, renovate or remodel several school buildings over the next 10 years. The plan calls for the district to continue replacing older school buildings that are worn and costly ...
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  • 4J Staff Flu Shot Clinics 2012
    Protect yourself against the flu: Thursday, October 18 Tuesday, October 23 3:00–5:00 p.m. Ed Center Auditorium Flu vaccination eligibility extends to: all active employees (even those who are not insurance-eligible due to less than half-time status) all insurance-eligible dependents of active employees, including those who have waived coverage all retirees and their dependents who are currently covered on the 4J insurance student teachers substitutes ...
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  • Police Make Arrest in Computer Security Breach
    UPDATE: Eugene Police have been working to track down the person who breached a 4J computer system in early June, exposing identity information for thousands of current and former students. On July 11 they arrested a 16-year-old former student. The police department stated in a news release that “based upon initial indications the overall risk to ...
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  • Kendall “Drive For Education” Supports Eugene Schools
    Local business Kendall Toyota will donate $1,000s each month Drive For Education, a new partnership between Kendall Toyota and the 4J and Bethel school districts, is gearing up to generate substantial support for Eugene schools. Kendall’s generous contributions will provide $12,000 to 4J each month during the 2012–13 school year, plus additional funds to schools based on points ...
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  • Budget Committee Candidates Invited to Apply
    Board will select two applicants to serve on committee  Application Form: Online | Printable  The Eugene School District is seeking applicants to serve on its volunteer budget committee. Anyone interested in serving in these positions should submit an application by Thursday, September 27, at 5 p.m., then attend and speak at the school board meeting on Wednesday, October 3 at 7 p.m. The board will vote ...
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  • Building 4J’s Future: We Want to Hear From You!
    In Eugene School District 4J, we’re planning for the future. Eugene’s school buildings are aging. Most are more than 50 years old. Many older buildings are costly to heat and maintain and aren’t well designed to support student learning. It’s time to prioritize these needs and update the long-range plan for the future of our ...
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