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Early Release Days Schedule for 2018-19: Sept. 12 & 26, Oct. 10 & 24, Nov. 14, Jan. 16 & 30, Feb. 13 & 27, April 10 & 24, and May 8 & 22

Early Entrance Regulation Information

2018-2019 REGISTRATION
First Day of School:
September 4, 2018
New Student Registration
(Central Registration)
All students who did not attend JCHS, Oaklea Middle, Laurel Elementary or Territorial Elementary the previous school year, (all grades levels) are considered new to the district and will register at Junction City High School, in the LCC Center off of Maple Street, on the following dates:

  Junction City HighSchool
LCC Center
Grades: K-12, 8:30am - 3:30pm
Registration available
at student's school building office
K-12, 8:30am - 3:30pm
August 15th JCHS, OMS, LES, TES  
August 16th JCHS, OMS, LES TES
August 17th   JCHS, OMS, LES, TES
Returning Students to Junction City Schools
Click the school below for that school's individual registration information.
Your child must be five years old before September 1, 2018. Please bring your child's immunization record and birth certificate. For questions, please call 541-998-6311.

All schools will be closed August 27th for District Inservice.


Open Enrollment & Inter-District Transfers
OPEN ENROLLMENT: If you live outside the Junction City School District, as a non-resident your student may apply to attend one of our schools through Open Enrollment during the month of March.

Openings available are declared by school and grade level, and priority is given to non-resident students who are currently on an approved Inter-District Transfer.

Interested non-resident students must fill out the Junction City School District Open Enrollment Application form (The form is available from the websites the beginning of March to the beginning of April.) Completed forms are submitted to the Junction City School District office by deadline date noted on the form. Accepted applicants are notified the beginning of May.

INTER-DISTRICT TRANSFERS: New requests will be approved from District A to District B only if there is available space at the requested school, the request falls within the number District A has declared to accept, and the number District B has declared to release.

An Inter-District form must be filled out to attend a Junction City School through an Inter-District transfer. The form is available at the district office located at, 325 Maple Street. Or, you can click here for an online form to print and fill out. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here for current grade availability openings.

Families may not use addresses of relatives, friends, businesses or daycare to gain access into a school.



BUS AND FOOD SERVICES INFORMATION
CONTACT SCHOOL CLASS HOURS OFFICE HOURS
Laurel
www.jcles.org
(541) 998-2386
(541)998-8422 Fax
Laurel Elementary School
K - 4th Grades
8:00am - 2:30pm

7:30am - 4:00pm




Territorial
www.jctes.org
(541)998-8371
(541)998-4744 Fax
Territorial Elementary School
P - 5th Grades
Preschool
Daycare
8:00am - 2:30pm

8:30am - 12:00am
7:00am - 6:00pm
7:30am - 3:00pm




Oaklea
www.jcoms.org
(541)998-3381
(541)998-3383 Fax
Oaklea Middle School
5th - 8th Grades

8:00am - 2:50pm

7:30am - 4:00pm

High School
www.jchigh.org
(541)998-2343
(541)998-6303 Fax
(541)998-3521 Athletics
(541)998-8617 Attendance
(541)998-5955 Counseling
Junction City High School
9th - 12th Grades

8:00am - 3:00pm
7:30am - 4:00pm
District Student Handbook

HEALTH INFORMATION

Immunization and Exemption Rates
  All Schools - English All Schools - Spanish  
*Lane County Immunization Rates    
     
Center for Disease Control and Prevention - Parasites - Head Lice
https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/head/schools.html
"Clinical Report—Head Lice"  American Academy of Pediatrics

Abstract: Head lice infestation is associated with limited morbidity but causes a high level of anxiety among parents of school-aged children. Since the 2002 clinical report on head lice was published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, patterns of resistance to products available over-the-counter and by prescription have changed, and additional mechanical means of removing head lice have been explored. This revised clinical report clarifies current diagnosis and treatment protocols and provides guidance for the management of children with head lice in the school setting. Pediatrics 2010;126:392–403
http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/pediatrics/early/2010/07/26/peds.2010-1308.full.pdf
"Demystifying Pediculosis: School Nurses Taking the Lead" Deborah J. Pontius

The treatment of Pediculosis capitis, or head lice, is fraught with misinformation, myths, and mismanagement. Common myths include the need to exclude children from school, the need to remove all visible nits (“no-nit” policies), the need for massive environmental cleaning, that head lice live for long periods of time, and that schools are a common location for lice transmission. Head lice are a common childhood nuisance, causing embarrassment and emotional trauma in both children and families. This article explores and challenges the commonly held beliefs about the identification, management, and treatment of Pediculosis by presenting current recommended evidence-based practice. It also challenges pediatric nurses, and school nurses in particular, in alignment with the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Position Statement on Pediculosis Management in the School Setting, to act as change agents for reasonable and effective school policies and practices.
https://www.pediatricnursing.net/ce/2016/article4005226235.pdf

Did you know that signing up for free and reduced lunch does not impact your local district's general fund?  In fact, applying and receiving free and reduced lunch can actually help local districts by increasing the district's opportunity to apply for more grants.  Please check the income eligibility chart and see if your students can receive a free and reduced lunch.
Income Eligibility Chart:
Reduced Price Meals   Free Meals
Size Annual Month Week   Size Annual Month Week   Size Annual Month Week   Size Annual Month Week
1 22,459 1,872 432   5 54,427 4,536 1,047   1 15,782 1,316 304   5 38,246 3,188 736
2 30,451 2,538 586   6 62,419 5,202 1,201   2 21,398 1,784 412   6 43,862 3,656 844
3 38,443 3,204 740   7 70,411 5,868 1,355   3 27,014 2,252 520   7 49,478 4,124 952
4 46,435 3,870 893   8 78,403 6,534 1,508   4 32,630 2,720 628   8 55,094 4,592 1,060
School Supply List - All Schools

School Information
Junction City High School Oaklea Middle School Laurel Elementary Territorial Elementary

Enrollment: 531

By Grade:
09) 127
10) 133
11) 125
12) 146



Student/Teacher Ratio: 24.22/1
Licensed Staff: 27.25

Enrollment: 513

By Grade:
5) 127
6) 135
7) 125
8) 126



Student/Teacher Ratio: 32.06/1
Licensed Staff: 21.7

Enrollment: 509

By Grade:
K) 96
1) 97
2) 103
3) 101
4) 112


Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.45/1
Licensed Staff: 23.0

Enrollment: 136

By Grade:
K) 25
1) 26
2) 23
3) 27
4) 14
5) 21

Student/Teacher Ratio: 23.65/1
Licensed Staff: 6.10
   
State Report Card

Choose Junction City in district selection drop-down list box.
 

Emergency Notifications:  
Schools messages regarding inclement weather school cancelled/delayed days, general notifications and emergencies are sent through our parent notification program, Blackboard Connect. If you are not receiving these messages to the correct number, please contact your schools office.
Radio TV
KKNU 93.3FM KEZI
KUGN 590AM KVAL
KPNW 1120AM KMTR
FlashAlert.net

FlashAlert is another source of receiving inclement weather notifications.
FlashAlert is not used for emergency notifications to parents


JUNCTION CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
325 MAPLE STREET
JUNCTION CITY, OR 97448
District Office Phone: (541) 998-6311
www.junctioncity.k12.or.us
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