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  • Coming to School? Be Ready to Wear Your Mask!Coming to School? Be Ready to Wear Your Mask!
    All students and staff must wear face coverings properly at all times Eugene School District 4J is excited to be welcoming back students to school buildings in a hybrid model this spring, after a year of distance learning. In keeping with local state and federal regulations and recommendations, the district has implemented extensive protocols to protect the ...
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  • First Students Welcomed Back to School BuildingsFirst Students Welcomed Back to School Buildings
    Youngest learners come back to school for hybrid transition • Older students will begin returning to classrooms after spring break Welcome back, students! Teachers and other school staff welcomed kindergarten and first grade learners back to school buildings for hybrid transition and orientation during the week of March 15–19, one year after Oregon closed all school ...
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  • Back-to-School Video for Students: What’s New?
    Students, welcome back to school buildings! This video shows some of what is new this spring.  After a year of distance learning, 4J students enrolled in the hybrid learning model are getting ready to return to their classrooms. We are excited to see students come back to school in-person after a long time learning at home, starting ...
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  • Free Meals Shift to Weekly Delivery After Spring BreakFree Meals Shift to Weekly Delivery After Spring Break
    Daily meal pickup ends March 19 • Families can sign up for free weekly meal boxes to be delivered each Wednesday after spring break  Meal Box Delivery Request Form For more than a year, since school buildings closed in spring 2020, Eugene School District 4J has been providing free meals to children and youth—more than 1,600,000 free ...
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  • Canvas OutageCanvas Outage
    Work to restore system is underway Tuesday, March 16 — 4J is experiencing issues with Canvas, the learning management system middle and high schools use for class work. Neither students nor teachers can access their classes or assignments at this time. Work to correct the problem is underway. The system was expected to be restored to normal ...
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  • Meal Boxes for Spring Break Available FridayMeal Boxes for Spring Break Available Friday
    Free youth meal boxes available for pickup at 10 school sites on Friday, March 19 Free meal boxes for spring break will be available for 4J students and all youth age 18 and under. Boxes will be available for pickup at 10 schools on Friday, March 19, from 10:45 a.m.–2 p.m., while supplies last. The meal ...
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  • School Board to Resume Meeting In Person
    Board members will meet in-person on March 17 • Meeting is open to the public via radio, audio and video stream  Eugene School District 4J’s Board of Directors will resume meeting in-person for the first time in more than a year on Wednesday, March 17. The 7 p.m. meeting will be open to the public virtually. The ...
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  • Sports Update: Some Spectators to Be AllowedSports Update: Some Spectators to Be Allowed
    Lane County’s improving risk level will allow a limited number of spectators on-site Student athletes are back on the field. Soon, some spectators will be back on the sidelines as well. Public health conditions have improved in our county, thanks to community efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The State of Oregon has announced ...
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  • Hybrid Timeline Updated for Elementary GradesHybrid Timeline Updated for Elementary Grades
    Grades 2–5 will begin hybrid transition a week earlier to meet Governor’s plan for Oregon schools Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced March 5 that Oregon schools will return to in-person instruction in a hybrid or on-site model by the week of March 29 for grades K–5 and by the week of April 19 for grades ...
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  • High School Games Streaming for Free
    Viewers can watch free livestreams of high school contests, both home and away  Families, friends and fans can watch free livestreams of their 4J high school teams in action, whether they’re playing at home or away in neighboring districts. Eugene School District 4J this year acquired video equipment and established web services to livestream home contests played ...
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