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  • Printed Packets for Learning Available
    Families without access to online learning materials can pick up a supplemental learning packet Eugene School District 4J and all Oregon school districts are reconnecting with students and preparing for distance learning starting next week. The district is preparing and distributing computers and tablets to students who need one to use at home, and working to ...
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  • Internet Access for Online Learning in Spring 2020
    As Eugene School District 4J and all other Oregon school districts ramp up for distance learning, many families are assessing their home internet access options. If you have a need for internet access, please try the following: Free Xfinity WiFi Hotspots: Xfinity WiFi hotspots located in businesses and outdoor locations have been made available for students and ...
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  • Distance Learning for AllDistance Learning for All
    Starting April 13, 4J schools will provide credit-bearing distance education while school buildings are closed  Eugene School District 4J is working to close the distance between our 16,000 students and their teachers to continue to provide a rich educational experience away from the classroom. On Monday, March 30, the Oregon Department of Education issued significant new guidance ...
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  • Interdistrict Transfer Lottery Deadline Extended
    Live outside of 4J? You now have until April 30 to apply for transfer lottery Apply through April 30 Eugene School District 4J has extended the deadline for out-of-district families to request to enroll in a 4J school for the 2020–21 school year. The interdistrict transfer application period has been extended by one month, to ensure that ...
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  • Free Meals for Kids—Now at More SitesFree Meals for Kids—Now at More Sites
    4J has added more locations for free student meals, to offer greater access and convenience Eugene School District 4J has more than doubled the locations where families can pick up free breakfast and lunch during the extended school closure. Families can choose the location that is most convenient for them, regardless of where they live or ...
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  • 2020 ACE Awards Nomination Deadline Extended2020 ACE Awards Nomination Deadline Extended
    Recognize a deserving 4J teacher, staff member, administrator or volunteer by April 30 Submit a Nomination Who is your champion in education? Eugene School District 4J has exceptional people who make a difference for students every day, even while our school buildings are closed. The district is accepting nominations for the 2020 ACE Awards in four categories: teachers ...
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  • Let’s Reconnect! Supplemental Education Starts April 6Let's Reconnect! Supplemental Education Starts April 6
    Teachers are preparing to reconnect with students for remote supplemental education, online and off Eugene School District 4J is working hard to help meet the needs of students and families during the extended school closure. Our teachers are preparing to reconnect with students starting April 6 to provide remote supplemental education that reviews, extends and enriches ...
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  • Virtual School Board Meeting April 1
    Meeting streamed live on web and radio • Public comment received via email • Online input invited on interim superintendent profile   In an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus COVID-19 and in adherence to Governor Kate Brown’s “Stay Home, Save Lives” executive order, the Eugene School District 4J Board of Directors will hold its April ...
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  • Student Home Technology SurveyStudent Home Technology Survey
    Do you have what you need for your student to learn from home? 4J can help. Student Home Technology Survey Eugene School District 4J has posted free, optional educational activities that families can use to keep students engaged in learning during the school closure, and is preparing to reconnect students with teachers for supplemental remote learning in ...
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  • Coronavirus: Stay Home, Save LivesCoronavirus: Stay Home, Save Lives
    Governor orders Oregonians to maintain social distance and stay home except for essential needs, work, limited outdoor activity  On March 23, Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued an executive order to “Stay Home, Save Lives” to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Executive Order 20-12 can be read here. Governor Brown’s order requires Oregon residents to ...
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