Thanksgiving Holiday This Week

I hope all of you have been healthy and safe during this most recent shut down. Hopefully if the social distancing works well the rates of infection will drop and we can go back to life as “normal.”

In the mean time there is no school Thursday and Friday due to the Thanksgiving holiday. I hope you get to spend time with friends and family in socially distanced and meaningful ways.

Click this link to access all Connection classes except for Academic Support and Advocate:

https://zoom.us/j/93491392892?pwd=VE1waytUa1dlOXc5TCs5ZXdjNGNIQT09

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Five more weeks of Fall term!

Sigh, Coronavirus cases are surging in Oregon and across the United States.  I hope that the “shut down” will result in the cases to slow down and allow us to meet in person for Winter term.  Till then, keep attending, practice self care, and think about what you can do vs. what you cannot do.

Click this link to access all Connection classes except for Academic Support and Advocate:

https://zoom.us/j/93491392892?pwd=VE1waytUa1dlOXc5TCs5ZXdjNGNIQT09

Two-Week Statewide Freeze
From November 18 to December 2, Oregon will be in a statewide Two-Week Freeze to stop the rapid spread of COVID-19 across Oregon. These risk reduction measures are critical in limiting the spread of COVID-19, reducing risk in communities more vulnerable to serious illness and death, and helping conserve hospital capacity so that all Oregonians can continue to have access to quality care.

Social Gatherings
Limited to no more than 6 people total, from no more than 2 households – indoor and outdoor
Limited faith-based organizations to a maximum of 25 people indoors or 50 people outdoors
No Indoor visitation in long-term care facilities

Businesses
Work from home to the greatest extent possible and close offices to the public
Restaurants are delivery and take-out only
Grocery stores and pharmacies are limited to 75% capacity and should encourage curbside pick up
Retail stores and malls (indoor and outdoor) are limited to 75% capacity and should encourage curbside pick up

Must Close
Gyms and fitness organizations
Indoor recreational facilities, museums, indoor entertainment activities, and indoor pools and sports courts
Zoos, gardens, aquariums, outdoor entertainment activities, and outdoor pools
Venues that host or facilitate indoor or outdoor events

The Two-Week Freeze does not apply to or change current health and safety protocols for…
Personal services (such as barber shops, hair salons, and non-medical massage therapy), congregate homeless sheltering, outdoor recreation and sports, youth programs, childcare, K-12 schools, K-12 sports currently allowed, current Division 1 and professional athletics exemptions, and higher education — all of which can continue operating under previous guidance issued by the Oregon Health Authority.

Face Coverings Required Statewide
Masks are required statewide for people age 5 and older in:
All workplaces, indoor public spaces, public and private colleges and universities, and indoor and outdoor markets.
Outdoor public spaces when physical distancing of at least six feet is not possible.
People with a disability or medical condition may request accommodation from the business if they cannot wear one.

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We are half way through Fall term!

I hope everyone had a great three day weekend!  The weather is getting colder, the clocks are changing this coming Saturday night and the nights will be coming sooner.  I think we’ve had a great Fall term so far considering the distance learning and I look forward to working with all of you in person in the future: )

Remember: No School this coming Friday 10/30/20

Click this link to access all Connection classes except for Academic Support and Advocate:

https://zoom.us/j/93491392892?pwd=VE1waytUa1dlOXc5TCs5ZXdjNGNIQT09

 

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Welcome Back!

Welcome students!!

We are so glad that you can join us this Fall!  We hope you can make it for classes on Monday.  It is the expectation that if you will be late or absent, it is your responsibility to email whomever is running the class to let them know how to proceed. 

Click this Zoom link to join class all day.  (Same link for Lunch & PE)

Important Note: Individual advocate meetings will be emailed directly to Students.

 

 

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Technology Pick Up

If you have not yet made arrangements to borrow a computer if needed please contact Jasmin 541 954 7133 quitta@4j.lane.edu and let me know.  Any family who can’t make it to pick up technology before 6pm on Friday 9/18 can call the Churchill HS office (541) 790-5100to schedule a pickup next week. If you need to borrow a computer for the term please email Jill Reents at reents_ji@4j.lane.edu and Jake Reents at reents_j@4j.lane.edu to arrange to borrow a computer. The phone hours are 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. For those individual appointments, the family will drive up to the school entrance, call us from their car, and we will bring a computer out to them. 
 
Jill Reents 
Secretary | Churchill High School | Eugene School District 4J | 541-790-5112
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Connections Orientation Zoom link for Monday and Tuesday at 10:00am

Jasmin Quitta-vetro is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Connections Orientation
Sep 21, 2020 10:00 AM
Sep 22, 2020 10:00 AM

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 948 4496 4545
Passcode: 886901
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