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01/19/2018 - 18.1.18 JCSD_CMGC_Evaluation and Pricing Summary - Final
01/19/2018 - 18.1.18 JCSD CMGC ORPIN Notice of Intent
01/05/2018 - 180105_add2_to_RFP_JCSD Summer 2018
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12/15/2017 - 171212_Division 00 & 01 SD Specs_Junction City
12/15/2017 - A133 and A201 - JCSD Summer 2018 draft
12/15/2017 - Summer 2018_CMGC_RFP_Final

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Junction City High School has been Awarded over $300K in Grant Funds to Revitalize Culinary Arts Program

Junction City High School students will have expanded access to college credits and career training thanks to a career readiness grant from the State of Oregon! JCSD, along with 32 other Oregon school districts received 10.3 million for hands-on learning that offers high school and college credits.

Junction City and Bethel were the only two Lane County School Districts to be named CTE Revitalization grant recipients.

The Career Technical Education (CTE) Revitalization Grant awarded to the JCHS program is worth over $300K and will allow a complete renovation of the Culinary Arts Program. The resulting upgrades will make curriculum expansion possible as it increases the classroom/lab capacity, quality of facilities, access to dual credit options and will allow for participation in county and statewide culinary competitions.

Through our close work with Lane Community College industry partners and local businesses, we have identified a path to articulation of our cooking courses which is dependent on identified facilities upgrades.

We are delighted that Junction City students will have another great Career-Technical Education path available.

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Congratulations to Oaklea
Robotics Team 1832!
Over the weekend they won the project and the ACE Award and are going to State in January!  According to those in the know, Oregon is one of the most competitive robotics leagues in the nation, so this is a really big deal.  Great job Team 1832!
Oaklea Middle School Robotics Team
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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: January 2018
It has been a fabulous start to 2018 in the Junction City School District!  Students and staff returned from Christmas break happy and well-rested and are now back and immersed in the learning process.

Construction of the high school addition is in full swing; we are refining our plans for the upgrade of the culinary arts classroom, thanks to a $300K+ “CTE Revitalization” grant from the Oregon Department of Education. We also are busy planning for summer work that will occur at all four of our schools- and are excited to be able to “braid” funds- along with our bond funds- from the 4-million-dollar capital matching grant we received, the 1.5-million-dollar seismic retrofit grant we received, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in energy savings funds so that we can stretch our bond dollars farther and achieve great results for our community’s investment in our school facilities. Please remember that the District has a “Citizens’ Advisory Committee” whose charge is to provide oversight and communicate with our community about on-going capital improvement projects.  The CAC meets monthly, presents a report to the board, and publishes updated project and budget information that is disseminated locally, available on the District’s website, and on a rotating display in our schools and some local businesses.  If you have more questions about this group or the information that they have developed, please contact the District Office and we will put you in touch with the convener for that group.

Now, on to news from around our District, followed by a brief overview of last Monday’s (1/22) Board of Directors’ meeting.

TERRITORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
A Big Thank You to the Territorial Parent Association for organizing our annual Holiday Bazaar, which provided an opportunity for Territorial students to select gifts for members of their immediate families.  Bazaar chairs Dena McDonald, Jennifer Daeges, and Carolyn Hinrichs went above and beyond in cleaning, painting, and organizing donations to make sure all of our students enjoyed this Territorial tradition.

Territorial wrapped up 2017 and the first trimester with parent-teacher conferences.  Conferences were held on December 1st and 4th and were well attended across grade levels, providing an opportunity for teachers to introduce parents to grade-level standards and the elementary report card.  Parents and teachers alike appreciated the scheduled time to meet and connect. 

Winter Easy CBM benchmark assessments are currently underway.  Preliminary data looks good with students showing growth in the areas of math and reading.  This growth is undoubtedly a direct result of the rigorous and focused instruction provided by our teachers every day, as well as the hard work and diligence of our students and the support of their families. Easy CBMs will wrap up February 2nd, with teachers meeting the following week to review school-wide data and identify strategies that will support student learning and growth toward grade level benchmark standards.
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Important Dates, Information »
Feb. 16 No School - Possible Inclement Weather Make-up Day
Feb. 17 JCHS - Tiger Auction at Shadow Hills Country Club, 5:30pm
Feb. 19 No School - Presidents' Day Holiday
Feb. 26 JCHS - Spring Sports Begin
Feb. 26-Mar. 2 OMS - Book Fair
Feb. 26 School Board Meeting, 6pm
Feb. 27 OMS - Campout with Reading
Feb. 28 1.5 Hour Early Release Day
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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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