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Oaklea Middle School to Host
Regional OBOB Tournament
March 3, 2018
8am - 3:30pm
We are delighted to offer Junction City students the opportunity to participate in OBOB!  Through this program, our students have access to high-interest, high-quality literature.  OBOB guided discussions challenge students to work together, to think deeply, and to effectively share their thoughts and ideas.  AND, they love the competition and representing their schools!

We are honored to be hosting Lane County's middle school level OBOB tournament, and are very grateful that one of our master teachers at Oaklea, Stacey Johnson, was willing and able to take on the role of tournament director. This tournament will require a great deal of volunteer support; patrons interested in learning more about these volunteer opportunities are encouraged to contact Stacey at Oaklea.
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Junction City High School has been Awarded over $300K in Grant Funds to Revitalize Culinary Arts Program

Junction City High School students will have expanded access to college credits and career training thanks to a career readiness grant from the State of Oregon! JCSD, along with 32 other Oregon school districts received 10.3 million for hands-on learning that offers high school and college credits.

Junction City and Bethel were the only two Lane County School Districts to be named CTE Revitalization grant recipients.

The Career Technical Education (CTE) Revitalization Grant awarded to the JCHS program is worth over $300K and will allow a complete renovation of the Culinary Arts Program. The resulting upgrades will make curriculum expansion possible as it increases the classroom/lab capacity, quality of facilities, access to dual credit options and will allow for participation in county and statewide culinary competitions.

Through our close work with Lane Community College industry partners and local businesses, we have identified a path to articulation of our cooking courses which is dependent on identified facilities upgrades.

We are delighted that Junction City students will have another great Career-Technical Education path available.

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OREGON RISING. Great Schools. Great State.

Oregon Rising is a public outreach effort that's focused on learning about what Oregonians want for their children and their schools. At the heart of the work is the prompt to dream big, and to share the dream. In the first phase, we provided a survey and held community meetings. In both, we asked you to describe the education Oregon students would receive, if it were up to you.

Within two months, we heard from more than 10,000 Oregonians, from all walks of life and from every county in the state. Next, we will share our findings and then together, develop a vision and plan that can deliver what Oregonians want.

Oregon Rising refers to one thing we find most people agree upon: When our children are successful, we are all successful. Thus, our tagline: Great Schools, Great State. Because we believe great schools are the foundation for a great State of Oregon, and a great state of our economy, our communities and our future.

For more information about the project and to view the complete set of videos please visit:

Kathleen Rodden-Nord, Ph.D.
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The end of the second trimester is fast approaching and Spring is around the corner.   This week, March 5th through 9th is Classified Employee Appreciation Week.  We are truly blessed by the service of these hardworking, vitally important members of our staff.  Parent groups, administrators, and licensed staff throughout the district are finding lots of ways to express appreciation to our district’s secretaries, custodians, instructional assistants, food service workers and others during this week.  If you have not already done so, please take a moment and thank a member of our classified staff.

Construction activity on the high school addition is picking up steam, and we are deep in the planning stages for the safety and security upgrades for Territorial, Laurel, and Oaklea, as well as the seismic upgrades at Oaklea and the energy efficiency upgrades throughout the district- whew! Most of these improvements will take place over the summer, which means that our buildings and grounds will be somewhat inaccessible to staff and community members during summer break.  Everyone will return for the 2018-19 school year and I am sure will be thrilled to find even more improvements to our schools.

Now, on to news from around our District, followed by a brief overview of last Monday’s (2/26) Board of Directors’ meeting.

Laurel’s Vision focus of the month is “Responsible Citizens.” As a Laurel community, we all want our children to grow up to be responsible citizens. We encourage them to learn to think and act with respect for themselves and for other people. While we teach them to pursue and care for their own well-being, we also urge them to be considerate of the needs and feelings of others. We place great emphasis on how our actions contribute to building our school community, and that in order to keep our culture positive, we need to be thoughtful about our own impact on the community. We also specifically focus on how to be responsible citizens at home, in the community and at school.

Classified Appreciation Week is this week, March 5-9! Our licensed staff members are preparing to celebrate our classified employees. It is so powerful when you pause and think of the important roles they play and the huge impact they have on our ability to experience success in our jobs. NO words can express our gratitude and appreciation for the monumental, positive impact they have on kids, Laurel and the community.

We are running the first round of 3rd and 4th grade SBAC practice testing on chrome books for the first time. By using the chrome books instead of just the computer lab, we are anticipating our testing period will take only 3 weeks instead of 7 weeks as it has in the past.

Family fun night was March 2nd! It was going to be a “Dress Like Your Favorite Children’s Book Character Night.” Staff and students were invited to dress up like their favorite character the entire day on Friday, March 2nd. During the evening event, community members read all-time favorite Dr. Seuss books, in addition to playing games, door prizes, crafts and much more.  It was to be a marvelous night filled with fun and love of reading. We also took this opportunity to raise some funds for our Positive Behavior Support Program, and sold dinners in the cafeteria to support this cause. While all that fun was going on, we had our book fair open for students and their families.

We also are excited to be planning for our second annual Spelling Bee for Students 1st-4th grade. There is nothing like seeing kids get excited about learning new words in a fun and enriching way. A big thank-you goes out to our magnificent volunteer Jackie Peterson for organizing this event from A-Z. The kids will be competing on April 5th. Hope to see you there.

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Mar. 15-16 No School - Teacher Work Day
Mar. 19 School Board Meeting, 6pm
Mar. 23 TES - Project Fair
Mar. 26-30 No School - Spring Break
April 2-June 20 Territorial
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Apr. 4 OMS - Spring Photos/8th Grade Panoramic
Apr. 4 JCHS - Site Council Meeting, 3:30pm
Apr. 4 TES - Territorial Parent Group Meeting
Apr. 5 LES - Spelling Bee
Apr. 6 OMS - Parent Group Meeting, 8:15am
Apr. 13 LES - Laurel's Got Talent
Apr. 15-21 National Volunteer Appreciation Week
Apr. 19 TES - Talent Show, 6:30pm
Apr. 23 School Board Meeting, 6pm
Apr. 23-27 Administrative Professionals Week
April 23-27 Laurel
Kindergarten Registration

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Apr. 25 1.5 Hr. Early Release Day
Apr. 26 Territorial Kindergarten
Meet & Greet
2:45pm - 3:45pm
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District Office Phone: (541) 998-6311
The Junction City School District does not discriminate on the basis on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. All District staff and students are expected to adhere to these policies; discrimination of any kind shall not be tolerated in our District and should be reported to the District Human Rights Director, Tom Endersby.  Tom's office is located in the District Office at 325 Maple Street.  Tom's e-mail address is and his phone number is (541) 998-6311. District Apple
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