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2018-19 Inter-District Transfer Openings  
The board has declared the number of openings we have for the beginning of the school year.

Typically, the board would just declare the openings that didn’t get filled under Open Enrollment as being open for transfers. However, there are a few spots that the schools would like to open under transfers for the 2018-19 school year beyond the remaining Open Enrollment openings.

The board approved 15 openings to transfer out of the district.

Please see the Grade Availability Chart and Application below for more information.
 
Grade Availability Chart Application
Applications will be accepted at 8 A.M. July 9, 2018
 

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JCHS Journalism Students Win Honors at
National High School
Journalism Convention
San Francisco, CA
The publications crew attended the National High School Journalism Convention over the weekend in San Francisco. We took eight outstanding JCHS kids, who joined about 5,000 high school students for three days of intense journalism cramming (then we walked their booties off over hill after hill all over San Francisco).
JCHS Journalism Awards
On Friday late afternoon our students competed against the best in the nation in journalism competitions. We are beyond excited to announce that three students brought home awards for their work.

Lili Hernandez earned an honorable mention in cover/endsheet design.
Alli Bedacht earned an honorable mention in theme design.
Sarah Swancutt earned an honorable mention in portrait photography.
JCHS Journalism Awards
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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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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: http://www.oregon-rising.org/About-the-Project

JUNCTION CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT UPDATE
Kathleen Rodden-Nord, Ph.D.
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JUNCTION CITY SCHOOLS UPDATE: April 2018
What follows is all the news from around our district, along with an overview of the April board meeting.  Happy spring, and happy reading!

TERRITORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
The 11th annual Territorial Talent Show was held at Junction City High School on April 19th.  Students- and even some parents- shared their talent with the Territorial community.  The crowd was entertained by dancing, piano playing, singing and joke telling in addition to demonstrations of gymnastics and Taekwondo.   Thank you TES Alumni Emma van Hecke for working with and leading our Kinder through fourth graders in a beautiful group dance. We appreciate your tireless work with these students with practice time and coaching this past month.   Also, a huge “thank you” to parent volunteer, Sara Probert, who worked tirelessly to support our students.

Territorial’s Lego teams- coached by Amie Barnes and Sara Probert- participated in the LEGO League Expo.  Students worked throughout the season to solve a problem based on the “Conserving Water” theme and then used project boards and motorized, programmable LEGO creations to present their problem and solution at the Expo. 

The annual Territorial Elementary School Project Fair held March 23rd was a great success with 80 students submitting project boards for display.  Students illustrated their use of the scientific inquiry method as they developed and tested hypotheses related to a variety of topics.  Several parent volunteers, led by May West, served as judges, evaluating each project board and providing written feedback for students.  Many thanks to our project fair volunteers as well as the parents and families who supported and assisted students in completing their projects at home.

In April, third graders visited the Jordan Schnitzer Museum, where they explored various pieces of art.  Students even participated in an Art Studio activity where they created their own Picisso pieces.  5th graders participated in a Coder Expo at the Lane ESD this month.  Students demonstrated how they used number patterns to make their robots move. 

Territorial students in tested grades have been working to complete the ELA and Math portion of the Smarter Balanced assessments the last two weeks.  Assessments continued throughout April, and will wrap up when 5th graders complete their science assments in May.  A huge thanks goes out to our building Tech. Rep, Rachel Meek, along with our District Technology Department for the work put in to insure that technology was not a barrier to testing.

Spring Garden Club activities kicked off on April 4th.  Over a third of Territorial’s school population-53 students- are participating in this weekly club.  We are ever so grateful to TES head secretary and volunteer extraordinaire Ms. Terrie for leading, organizing, and running this program for our students. 

Sandy Tedrick and Sara Goracke, along with our 5th grade “Green Club” has been working hard to recertify Territorial a Green School again.  Just in time for Earth Day, and thanks to an Education Together Foundation grant, they presented all students with a reusable Bento style lunch box.  The “Green Club” has also been working hard to implement procedures to remind students to recycle paper and other products like Expo Markers. 

Emma Motes a Junction City High School Student, visited our K-2nd graders to share dental hygiene kits that were donated by Fresh Dental.  She shared with us how to best take care of our teeth and why it is so important.  

Students K-5th have also had the opportunity to participate in the “Basketball Club”, led by parent volunteer Lou Sangermano.  Students have the option once a week during their recess to learn or perfect basketball skills.  It has been so fun to watch Lou interact with students.  Thank you Lou for sharing your time and talent with us. 

Territorial’s 5th grade musicians played ukuleles at Junction City Retirement Center on Wednesday, April 25, and then met with residents afterward in cross-generational conversations.  This provided a wonderful opportunity to build bridges through shared experiences and perspectives.  The next night, many of these same musicians performed at the Empty Bowls Celebration, an important fundraiser for the Bunches of Lunches program, which provides nutritious meals and snacks for eligible students during weekends. 

Territorial’s Kindergarten Roundup and Open House took place on April 26th at 2:30. Families and soon-to-be in kindergarteners dropped in to check out their classroom and meet Mrs. Nelson.  These future kindergarteners also receive a backpack filled with fun summer activities, school supplies, and a copy of Chicka-Chicka- 1, 2, 3.  Books were generously provided by The Eugene Airport Rotary Club.  At this Open House, parents also were provided with information about the KITS program, and parents were invited to sign up to receive more information about Kindergarten readiness activities scheduled to take place in Junction City this summer and fall.

On April 26th, the TES school community recognized and honored school secretary Terrie McFadden for her contributions on Administrative Professionals Day and throughout the year.  Terrie is such an important part of our school community; her impact is felt daily by all.  She fills multiple roles from Head Secretary, to School Nurse, Stand-in Administrator, Counselor or Custodian.  She has a genuine love for the students, staff, and families she serves.  We are indeed grateful for all she does to make our school what it is. 

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JUNCTION CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
325 MAPLE STREET
JUNCTION CITY, OR 97448
District Office Phone: (541) 998-6311
www.junctioncity.k12.or.us
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 tendersby@junctioncity.k12.or.us and his phone number is (541) 998-6311. District Apple
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