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Territorial's Covered Play Structure is complete and students' are enjoying outside play... with all of the rain this year, the project is very much appreciated.
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Here, you will find past and up-to-date bond information about the planning, productivity and progress of the school bond measure.
School Bond Update 4/26/17
Excitement builds as construction bids are gathered for the new high school wing. Groundbreaking looks to happen in May!

New Display Boards should be arriving today with the most updated rendering of the high school.
The display boards can viewed as they are rotated throughout school functions and local businesses. Click the image below for a sneak peek!
JCHS Rendering

School Hours: 8am - 2:30pm
Early Release: 1:00pm (Calendar)
Spectacular News»
U of O Science Day Field Trip

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On May 12th, 40 JCHS student-scientists took a field trip to participate in the U of O Science Day. Highlights of the trip included visits to Zebra Fish lab, Bio Chem demo, Nano Technology lab, Laser lab and Leaf Cutter Ant Colony (only school in the US doing research). Students were able to view and participate in cutting edge technology executed primarily through undergrad research!

Many of our graduating seniors- a number of whom will be pursuing higher education in the STEM fields- were honored at the Annual Education Together Foundation Awards night, May 16th.



Principal Dina Marschall

June 2017

The 2017 Territorial Elementary Outdoor School was a huge success.   More than150 students enjoyed a variety of stations that lined up with our theme “Long Ago at Lutherwood”, from June 12-16.  It took the combined efforts of the sponsoring Territorial Parent Association, the Outdoor School Committee and Program Director, Terrie McFadden, AKA Mother Frog, along with more than 60 parent volunteers, school staff, local community groups and  representatives from local businesses; as well as past students, staff and parent volunteers to put on this outstanding and well organized week of activities.

Students from preschool through grade 5, were placed in “clans” of 12-14 members, led by a staff member and assisted by a parent volunteer.  Each clan visited a variety of stations throughout the week, including Swimming & Water Safety, Shelter Challenge, Climbing Tower, Nature Trail, Archaeology, Stream Science, Archery, Outdoor Cooking, Leather Craft,  Music and  Old Time Stories and Games  to name a few.

The week closed out with an all school feast which allowed students to sample a variety of locally grown and produced food items including garden fresh vegetables, berries, salmon, eggs, hazelnuts, apple cider, bread from Camas Mill Bakery, Mom’s berry pies, and Lochmead ice cream.


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