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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!

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Principal, Malcom McRae


JUNCTION CITY SCHOOLS UPDATE: February 2017

Students have the constitutional rights to free speech,
freedom of expression and freedom of assembly. We expect
that students exercise these rights in a non-disruptive and

peaceful way.

Yesterday, a group of student leaders informed school officials that they intended to participate in today's national day of immigration. The students were proactive and responsible for prearranging their absences and making arrangements to make up their work. Students were encouraged to discuss their plans with their families and secure their permission.

Our district is committed to safe, healthy and discrimination-free learning environments. Policies about student absences can be found in the student handbook. The District's nondiscrimination, anti-bullying and harassment policies and reporting procedures can be found in the district website at http://www.junctioncity.k12.or.us/policies/NonDiscrimination.html

Parents with questions pertaining to their own children are encouraged to contact school administration.
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Last Friday (Feb 10), more than 40 students and 20
adults met to discuss the persistence of racist comments
on our campus since early November. The headline concern is
the enforcement of district policy against actions which create a “hostile educational environment including the psychological well-being of (a) student.” (JCSD Policy JFCF)

School administration, district administration, and members of the school board were among the adults in attendance, and all are resolved to improving the process for reporting and collecting detailed allegations of harassment, timely investigation and assignment of appropriate consequences, and ensuring that complainants receive feedback on their complaints that complies with Federal privacy laws.

The boundaries of proper conduct are described in District policy, the Student Code of Conduct, the District Student Handbook, and TSPC Standards for Competent and Ethical Performance of Oregon Educators (as found in Division 22 Standards, Oregon Department of Education).  All students, staff, visitors and volunteers must adhere to District policies regarding non-discrimination. Comments or actions that are racist, discriminatory, harassing or intimidating are strictly prohibited.  Anyone witnessing such conduct is expected to immediately make a report to school administration who are obligated to investigate and respond to substantiated reports.  Parties who have been found to engage in such conduct shall be subject to discipline, up to and including expulsion (for students), termination (for staff) or exclusion from school grounds or activities (for visitors and volunteers).

Formal complaint policies and forms for Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying against students are available by clicking HERE.

For complaints against staff, please visit this LINK.

If you are uncertain as to whether your concern should be filed as a formal complaint, please reach out to Principal Malcom McRae, Assistant Principal Steve Jones, a school counselor or trusted teacher for assistance.

Follow us on Twitter @JCHSTIGERS for upcoming events and news from the classroom.

OUR MISSION
JCHS is on a mission to model Readiness, Respect, and Resilience by example.
We intend to see every student graduate with ability to create opportunities and adapt to change.
We intend for our students to be mindful ambassadors for JCHS and the greater community.
We intend to give our community great reasons to be proud of its youth.

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Important Dates, Information
Welcome to Junction City Schools - Video Link
2015-16 State Report Card: English Spanish
Activities Calendar - Click Here
Education Together Foundation
Scholarship Application Available
Application must be postmarked on or before March 3, 2017
http://www.junctioncity.com/etf/scholarships.htm
Feb. 27 School Board Meeting, 6pm
Mar. 1 JCHS - Site Council Meeting, 3:30pm
Mar. 2 Dr. Seuss' Birthday
Mar. 3 ET Scholarship Due
Mar. 6-10 Classified Staff Appreciation Week
Mar. 12 Daylight Savings Time Begins
Mar. 16-17 Calendar Changes - Students' attend school on these days.
Mar. 19 JCHS - Music Concert at St. Helen Church, 3:30pm
Mar. 20 School Board Meeting, 6pm
Mar. 21 JCHS - Finals Schedule, Periods 1-3
Mar. 22 JCHS - Finals Schedule, Periods 4-5
Mar. 23-24 No School - Record Keeping/Professional Activities Day
Mar. 27-31 No School - Spring Break
June 21 Last Day of School provided no further inclement weather closures take place.
 
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Bell Schedule

Regular Bell Schedule

Period 1 8:00-9:11
Break 9:11 - 9:22
Period 2 9:22-10:33
Period 3 10:40-11:51
LUNCH 11:51-12:31
Period 4 12:31-1:42
Period 5 1:49-3:00

Early Release / SPARK!

    Dates
Period 1 8:00 - 8:47 Sept. 14
Break 8:47-8:58 Oct. 26
Period 2 8:58-9:45 Nov. 16
Period 3 9:52-10:39 Jan. 11
SPARK! 10:46-11:09 Feb. 8
Period 4 11:16-12:03 Apr. 12
LUNCH 12:03-12:43 May 10
Period 5 12:43 - 1:30  

Wednesday - SPARK!

Period 1 8:00-9:01
Break 9:01 - 9:12
Period 2 9:12--10:13
SPARK! 10:20-11:03
Period 3 11:10-12:11
LUNCH 12:11-12:51
Period 4 12:51-1:52
Period 5 1:59-3:00

2 Hour Delayed Start

Period 1 10:00-10:48
Period 2 10:55-11:43
LUNCH 11:43-12:23
Period 3 12:23-1:11
Period 4 1:18-2:06
Period 5 2:13-3:00
 

AM 33 Minute Assembly

Period 1 8:00-9:03
Break 9:03-9:14
Period 2 9:14-10:17
Assembly 10:24-10:57
Period 3 11:04-12:07
LUNCH 12:07-12:47
Period 4 12:47-1:50
Period 5 1:57 - 3:00

AM 58 Minute Assembly

Period 1 8:00-8:58
Break 8:58-9:09
Period 2 9:09-10:07
Assembly 10:14-11:12
Period 3 11:19-12:17
LUNCH 12:17-12:57
Period 4 12:57-1:55
Period 5 2:02-3:00

PM 33 Minute Assembly

Period 1 8:00-9:03
Break 9:03-9:14
Period 2 9:14-10:17
Period 3 10:24-11:27
LUNCH 11:27-12:07
Period 4 12:07-1:10
Assembly 1:17-1:50
Period 5 1:57 - 3:00

PM 58 Minute Assembly

Period 1 8:00-8:58
Break 8:58-9:09
Period 2 9:09-10:07
Period 3 10:14-11:12
LUNCH 11:12-11:52
Period 4 11:52-12:50
Assembly 12:57-1:55
Period 5 2:02 - 3:00

   

JUNCTION CITY HIGH SCHOOL
1135 W. SIXTH STREET
JUNCTION CITY, OR 97448
(541) 998-2343 Fax: (541) 998-6303
(541) 998-8617 Attendance
Numero telefonico de mensajes/asistencia:541.998.5030 x400 www.jchigh.org
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.
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Landscape Design  

Workshop Nine - DLR Presentation:
Reviewing Interior Material Options, Landscaping

* Interior Images:
    Entry and Community Room
    Reception Area
    Media Center Corridor
    Media Center
    Science Corridor
    Commons
    Coffee Bar
* 100% DD drawings
* Image of the Interior Material Board
* Workshop 9 - Meeting Minutes
High School Designs Build Excitement
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DLR Group School Design

Contractors break ground for the covered play shelter at Territorial Elementary. Completion is set for February 2017 provided the weather cooperates.


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