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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 their ongoing support.

More about the school bond measure 

District to select architects to design new schools (RFP) 

2013–14 Calendars Approved

Calendar image2013–14 Elementary School Calendar
2013–14 Middle School Calendar
2013–14 High School Calendar

Key Dates:
First day of school for most students: Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Winter breakDec. 23, 2013Jan. 3, 2014
Spring breakMarch 24–28, 2014

Shopping for School Supplies?

 
Schools' 2013–14 supply lists are available online so you can be ready for the start of school. 

Several Schools Welcome New Administrators in 2013–14

New principals selected to replace outgoing administrators

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The Eugene School District is pleased to announce principal and assistant principal appointments at several schools for 2013–14.

Two elementary schools still await principal selections.

Website Design Change Coming Soon

New look to debut this summer

New website designChanges are coming to the district website. The new website will look different and be easier for parents and staff to use. 

Features include:
• Cleaner, more streamlined modern design
• Better search and navigation
• More multimedia and interactivity options
• Easier and more affordable to maintain 

The upgraded and redesigned site will roll out this summer after school ends. 

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 

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

Summer Springboard will offer an academic summer camp July 8–August 1, in partnership with 4J, to help keep students learning over the summer. 

Summer Springboard is a fee-based program for students entering grades 6–9 who want to:

• speed up, firm up or catch up their math skills
• gain financial literacy
• learn computer programming
• enjoy outdoor activities  

Click "Read more" or visit www.summerspringboard.org for more information and to register.

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 3x5 Schedule Mean For Students?  
Churchill  |  North Eugene  |  Sheldon  |  South Eugene 

Progress Reports: How Teachers & Administrators Are Getting Ready for the 3x5 Schedule 

Questions? Concerns? Check These Frequently Asked Questions  |  More Info  

2011–12 State Special Education Report

 


 

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The annual special education reports for school districts across Oregon are now online. 

4J is strongly commited to increasing achievement for all students and to closing the achievement gap. The district works to ensure that all students have access to the general education curriculum, meet or exceed grade level standards, and develop the skills necessary to ensure success in post-secondary education, in a chosen career, and as actively participating citizens. 

4J Report: English / Spanish
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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 for records within the past 10 years. Contact the district office for high school records more than 10 years old.

• Undocumented youth: If you are applying for consideration of deferred action for childhood arrivals, you need records dating back to June 15, 2007. There is a form to fill out and return to the district office. 

Who to contact

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