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This is a week dedicated to spreading more kindness in our schools, homes, workplaces and communities, with the intention of impacting the world. How do we participate? Simple and easy! Gather your family, friends, co-workers, church groups, anyone and everyone is invited 1. Participate in our... a. Family Scavenger Hunt - to connect with your Kids through Kindness - teach your kids the value of Kindness through action (will be sent home with students) b. Community Scavenger Hunt - Join thousands of individuals across the nation to create Kindness within our communities - your church, your workplace, with your friends - in community and connection with others 2. Or Join our local schools in Junction City in Kindness by: • Talking with your children/students/families about the Kindness they are creating at school • Brainstorming and planning ideas about how to be Kind to teachers and other students at school • Talking with them about their “Be Kind Bingo” activity at School • Performing acts of Kindness in/around/with the School(s) • POSTING and supporting ALL KIND actions/activities via social media to o Facebook - @Speak Your Kind o Instagram - @speakyourkind.18 or #speakyourkind Scavenger Hunt(s) and materials that the schools will be using (mentioned above) will be distributed at schools and are available for simple & easy access via this google-drive link: JC Speak Your Kind Week 2019 Connect your Kindness with the Speak Your Kind organization at speakyourkind.org
Congratulations to Junction City High School senior, Gabe Bagley! Gabe was presented with Oregon State University's most prestigious award, the Presidential Scholarship. The Presidential Scholarship rewards academic excellence and inspires recipients to continue to be a positive force in the world. Gabe plans to major in engineering. Well done Gabe!!
Track and Field Coaches Jared Brougher and Shannon McAdams announced that Junction City High School's Track Field Team has been awarded several grants this year. $25,000 from the Ford Foundation, $2500 from Pacific Power Foundation, $5000 from the Autzen Foundation, $2000 from Oregon Track Club, $2500 from NW Farm Credit Services, $1000 from AllState Foundation, and the Cow Creek Foundation has informed the coaches that they are awarding $5000! Most of these recent grants must be used for new elements of the track and field renovation. $90,000 in cash and materials have been donated; middle school and high school student athlete fund-raised; or grant-awarded in the last year! Congratulations to Coach Brougher and to Coach Shannon McAdams!
Time: 6 PM – 7:30 PM
Location: 325 Maple St, Junction City, OR 97448, USA