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Junction City School District Awarded $52,000 for TAG Students!
A big thank you to TAG Coordinator and Principal Dina Marschall for applying and receiving the Chintimini Fund Grant!

Since 2006, the Chintimini Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation has supported programs for high-potential students — including those identified as talented and gifted (TAG) — at schools and other community organizations in Lane, Linn, Benton, Tillamook, and Lincoln counties. The fund seeks to encourage programs that inspire and motivate "bright but bored" students who are not fully engaged by existing school programs.

The Oregon Community Foundation is pleased to announce that JUNCTION CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT has been awarded an advised fund grant of $52,000 from the CHINTIMINI FUND OF THE OREGON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION - Small Grants Program for High Potential Students.

Grades 4-6:
$5,500 has been approved for Just Build It!
Grades 3-5:
$5,500 has been approved for Who Wants to Know?
Grades 7-8:
$5,500 has been approved for College and Career Connections
Grades 6-8:
$2,500 has been approved for the Brain Bowl
Grades K-8:
$5,500 has been approved for More Galore!
Grades 3-5:
$5,500 has been approved for Kids Are Inventors
Grades 3-8:
$5,500 has been approved for the Book Brigade
Grades 1-5:
$5,500 has been approved for Kids Are Authors
Grades K-5:
$5,500 has been approved for Techno Groupies
Grades K-2:
$5,500 has been approved for Junior Just Build It!

Thank you Dina and the Chintimini Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation for all you do for Junction City students!
Congratulations
Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB)
JCHS Rabid Unicorns
Region 3 North Champions!
Please congratulate Beth Knope, Brennan Leatherwood, Kieley Leatherwood and Eryn Leatherwood.  The JCHS team won the Region 3 OBOB North Championship!

JCHS along with 2nd place Elmira, move on to the State Championship at Chemeketa Community College April 9th where they hope to win it all!

This is an impressive win. Our students competed and won with large point spreads against Churchill, Sheldon, North Eugene and Thurston (among others). The score against Elmira was a staggering 85-40!


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JUNCTION CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
325 MAPLE STREET
JUNCTION CITY, OR 97448
District Office Phone: (541) 998-6311
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