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Workshop Seven - Material Palette Presented: The DLR Group came to workshop seven with material palettes for flooring, paint, and some miscellaneous finishes. Overall the colors, textures and ideas presented were well received and gave the group visual inspirations on how to include student art and/or craftmanship into the new building.
Material Palette for new high school addition
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High School Designs Build Excitement
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Blachly-Lane Electric Cooperative
Youth Tour 2016 Representative
Audrey Sherman
JCHS student Audrey Sherman represented Blachly-Lane Electric Cooperative as their Youth Tour 2016 representative in June. Audrey was featured in the recent addition of the Ruralite, an electronic magazine, that the co-op sends its customers.

Click here to read about Audrey's learning experience in Washing D.C.

Blachly Lane Electric stated, "We acknowledge the contributions of family, school and community that have helped shape Audrey into quite an extraordinary young woman."

Congratulations Audrey! Thank you for being such a good ambassador for Junction City High School!
School Bond Market Favors
Junction City
In a fluctuating market, Junction City School District was able to leverage buyers for a successful return on bond sales this week.  The District hired Piper Jaffray to facilitate $14.635 million in bond sales as generously authorized by our voters this last May.  All bonds were purchased during the sale window coordinated between the District and Piper Jaffray.  The calculated yield rates made them very palatable to a number of financial management companies, private investors, and industry professionals.

The estimated tax rate impact to our community was originally stated in our informational bond campaign as $1.62 per thousand dollars of assessed home value.  The final rate has come in just under that amount and is estimated to remain at that amount throughout the ten year term, thus meeting our commitment to our taxpayers.

Additionally, the structure of the sale enabled the District to also realize premiums paid by the investors.  These premiums have resulted in more than $2.8 million in additional capital construction revenue beyond the $14.635 million in bonds.  Combined with the $4 million in matching funds from the State, the District will have a total of just over $21.5 million in capital funds to invest in the projects identified under the initial bond title.  This means the District will be able to invest in more of the critical infrastructure needs at each of our buildings as well as achieve greater progress toward our high school investment master plan.

As outlined in our earlier bond information, the District will adopt an evaluation and decision –making process for distributing these funds to projects as identified in both our original bond title and master plan and will share the results with our community as that evolves.

Junction City students, staff, and community will be updated throughout this process, and our staff will be available to answer any questions.  This week’s bond sale success will allow us to further our goal of maintaining and advancing district facilities to support district educational goals, enhance safety, and promote community involvement.

Thank you again to all of our community for your support.



Junction City School District is committed to Engage, Inspire and Educate all our students by offering physical education, music, comprehensive art, computer technology, as well as enrichment and academic support in before and after school programs.
Enrollment: 520
Student Teacher Ratio: 28.11/1
Licensed Staff: 21.3


Principal, Nadira Rizkallah

Dear Parents and Guardians,

You all did it again!! You helped us fundraise $1500 for
our Turkey Drive. Because of your generous contributions, we are able to extend the gift of giving and share 35 Thanksgiving meals with some Laurel families. What a great way to teach our students about giving, compassion and gratitude, which are skills that we instill in our students through the Laurel vision.

We continue to work on enhancing our safety measures and keep a keen eye on our beloved students. We are noticing that many students are being dropped off in the middle of the street, or at times in the middle of the cross walk or the intersection. This poses a real safety issue and makes it hard for our staff and crossing guards to perform their job safely. I attached to this newsletter a quick safety guide to help you understand our drop-off and pick-up procedures. Your help and cooperation is crucial to the safety of our kids.

We will continue our focus on the “each student actively engaged” part of our Laurel Vision into the month of December. Every student is important, and every student deserves an equitable learning opportunity.


Important Dates, Information»
Welcome to Junction CIty Schools - Video Link Here
2013-14 State Report Card: English Spanish
Dec. 1 LES - Parent Group Meeting, 2:45pm Media Center
Dec. 5 No School - Teacher Work Day
Dec. 6 No School - Teacher Work Day
Dec. 8-14 LES - Book Fair
Dec. 9 Popcorn Friday
Dec. 16 Popcorn Friday
Dec. 19-Jan. 2 No School - Winter Break
Jan. 3 Students and Staff Return to School
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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. *
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