Building 4J's Future: Timeline

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The Eugene School District is engaging in a community conversation about improving the condition and design of our school buildings. 

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 schools.



Winter 2012

Evaluated school buildings and properties: An unbiased outside consultant thoroughly assessed 4J school buildings. Many of the district's aging schools were found to be in poor condition.

Spring 2012

Developed starter recommendations: A set of recommendations for next steps were included in the consultant's report. These recommendations are not decisions but a starting point for community conversation.

Sept.–Oct. 2012

Gathered community input:

• Four community forums
• Online input form

Oct. 25, 2012

Discussed and provided feedback: 

School board work sessions
• Oct. 25, 2012 
Nov. 14, 2012  
• Dec. 5, 2012 
Dec. 12, 2012 
• Dec. 19, 2012 

Jan. 9, 2013

Superintendent's preliminary recommendations to board

Jan. 23, 2013

Public hearing on recommendations

Feb. 6, 2013

Work session on recommendations

Feb. 13, 2013

Superintendent's final recommendations to board

Feb. 20, 2013

Board actions: Approved recommendations for updating the long-range facilities plan. Decided to put a bond measure before voters on the May 2013 election ballot.


Learn More: 
• Board Decisions  
• Documents & Materials 
• Public Input   
• Why Replace or Renovate Schools?