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(Oregon Battle of the Books)
Region 3 South Champions!
The Rabid Unicorns competed in March in the Region 3 South Championship, and earned the title of champions as they beat out North Eugene High School in the finals and were undefeated!!  They will now travel to the State Championship this Saturday at Chemeketa Community College.  Please congratulate and encourage Alex Keathley, Jackie DeBoer, Beth Knope, Kieley Leatherwood and Brennan Leatherwood, as they compete against teams from across the state of Oregon in the hunt for the state title!

OBOB (Oregon Battle of the Books) is a reading comprehension quiz bowl that requires contestants to remember as much detail as possible literature represented in the competition.

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: 526
Student Teacher Ratio: 30.94/1
Licensed Staff: 22

Principal, Brian Young

Exciting news at Oaklea!  We have just learned that we are one of 15 schools in the state to receive the “Studio to Schools Grant” from the Oregon Community Foundation.  For the next three school years, we will receive $70,000 a year for arts enrichment, with $35,000 reserved (based on our use of the grant funding) for year 4 and 5.  This grant will bring a total of $280,000 to Oaklea!  Grade levels will be targeted each year, with emphasis ranging from such areas as digital media and design, video production, music, drawing & painting, and performing arts.

This grant has the potential to bring a lot of resources and en-richment to our students, and will definitely provide a serious amount of "fun learning" to our middle level programs.

We appreciate all of those who have been involved in the groundwork.  Lane Arts Council definitely deserves praise for choosing us as their nominee and helping to propose the best proposal for Oaklea to receive the funds.   It is a great time to be a Tiger.  Combined with the $475,000 grant JCHS has just received for Career and Technical Education (CTE), our students will truly be the beneficiaries.

As we enter the final days of the 2014-15 school year, here are some important activities:

8th Grade Recognition: June 16th at 6:30 p.m. in the OMS main gym.  Please plan on having your student at school all day on the 16th to be able to participate.  Following the ceremony, a group of parents have organized a dance activity at the Long Tom Grange.  This will not be a District sponsored activity, but the group is wanting to invite all of the 8th graders being recognized.
June 2nd: Incoming 5th & 6th Parent Night (6:00 – 7:00 p.m.)
June 3rd:  OMS Track & Field Dessert 6 p.m.
June 5th: Project Reach Night (6th grade) & Science Factory Project (5th): 4:30 – 6:30.
June 9th: JCHS Activities Fair (for 8th graders after school).  Students will walk to JCHS for a BBQ and introduction to HS activities: plan to pickup students at 4:30pm at JCHS.
June 9th: Choir Concert (7 – 8 p.m.)
June 10th: Band Concert (7 – 8 p.m.)
June 12th: Track Athletes to U of O for “Win With Integrity” Day
June 13th: Awards Assemblies (times to be announced for grades 5, 7, and 8; grade 6 will be earlier in the week: to be announced)
June 17th: Last Day for grades 5, 6, and 7 (8th graders finish on Monday, June 16th).

Brian Young

Important Dates, Information»
Welcome to Junction CIty Schools - Video Link Here
2012-13 State Report Card: English Spanish
Aug. 20-21 Central Registration for students who have not attended any of the Junction City Schools. 8:30am-3:30pm - JCHS Cafeteria
Sept. 3 First Day of School
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Bell Schedule

Regular Bell Schedule

Doors Open 8:00  
1st Bell 8:05  
TEAM 8:10 - 8:20 Announcements; Breakfast
D.E.A.R. 8:20 - 8:39  
Period 1 8:43 - 9:46  
Period 2 9:50 - 10:53  
Period 3 Lunch 10:53 - 11:28 Grades 5/6
Period 3 Class 10:57 - 12:00  
Period 4 Class 11:33 - 12:35
Period 4 Lunch 12:00 - 12:35 Grades 7/8
Period 5 12:40 - 1:43  
Period 6 1:47 - 2:50  

Professional Activity ~ Late Start Bell Schedule
(No TEAM/Breakfast)

Doors Open 9:30  
1st Bell 9:35  
Period 1 9:40 - 10:32 Announcements
Period 2 10:36 - 11:28
Period 3
11:28 - 12:03 Grades 5/6
Period 3
11:32 - 12:24
Period 4 Class 12:08 - 12:59
Period 4 Lunch 12:24 - 12:59 Grades 7/8
Period 5 Class 1:04 - 1:55
Period 6 1:59 - 2:50

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An Offering Of Hope

Offering free backpacks, school supplies, shoes, haircuts and fun, the Project Hope Kids’ Fair helps provide families with the supplies kids need to start the school year off right. This year's event will be held August 24th from 4:30 - 6:30pm at Willamette High School. Dozens of local churches stage the event to help their neighbors in need. The giveaway is a combined effort of our churches, and it’s become an annual event.

An entry ticket to this year's event is required to attend. Tickets are available at Christ Center Church, 530 W 7th Avenue in Junction City; they will also be available during the JCSD Central Registration August 20 & 21 8:30-3:30 pm in the high school cafeteria; and on Friday, August 22 in the Junction City school offices.