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CONGRATULATIONS to the Eagle Point High School Ford Scholarship Recipients.. Luis Sevilla served as captain of the junior varsity soccer team for two years, where he led his 2014 team to a nearly undefeated season. Luis played the trumpet in the EPHS Marching and Concert Band. He helped lead the Interact Club, a community service club sponsored by Rotary, where he helped coordinate activities like the Dictionary Drive and White City Christmas Tree Lighting. Luis also dedicated his time to serve as a summer school cadet at White Mountain Middle School, serving as a mentor and tutor to younger students. Luis maintained a 3.92 GPA at EPHS while undertaking a rigorous plan of study. Luis plans to attend University of Oregon to study business with a concentration in marketing. His dream is to work for the marketing or public relations team of an influential company like Adidas, Nike, or any other organization that young people look up to. He hopes to use marketing to send positive messages to teenagers and young adults. Luis also plans on someday creating a marketing firm to help non-profit organizations in struggling communities. . . .
Employees may not deviate from assigned work calendar If you have any questions about which work calendar you are assigned to please contact Human Resources (541) 830-6555 or Payroll (541) 830-6556 Click on number of days below to view your calendar: A1 - 260 Days Custodian I/II Maintenance I/II Plant Engineer I/II Computer Technician Network Facilitator Lead Mechanic Confidential Supervisors A1a - 260 Days HS Plant Engineer Only (Tuesday - Saturday Schedule) A2 - 225 Days Administrative Assistant to High School Principal Mechanic A3 - 220 Days Administrative Assistant to HS Assistant Principal A4 - 215 Days Administrative Assistant to Middle School Principal Administrative Assistant to Elementary Principal A4a - 215 Days Administrative Assistant to Student Services Supervisor A5 - 196 Days Administrative Assistant - School Support . . .
The winter months are a critical time for our schoolchildren. Two-thirds of them come from families that are struggling to make ends meet. For these families, a bout of the flu or a big heating bill can become a crisis. When you reach out to a needy child this winter, remember that you aren’t alone. Many public and private agencies stand ready to help. And they are now accessible through one telephone number: 2-1-1. Dialing 2-1-1 connects you to help with food, clothing, shelter, heating aid, transportation, medical care – and 5,000 other services. The same . . .
A public meeting of the Budget Committee of Jackson County School District 9 (Eagle Point), Jackson County, State of Oregon, to discuss to budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017, will be held at District Office – 11 N. Royal, Eagle Point, OR. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, April 27 at 6:00 PM. The purpose of the meeting is to receive the budget message and to receive comment from the public on the budget. This is a . . .
2016-2017 TRANSFER INFORMATION THERE ARE 3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF TRANSFER OPTIONS. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THAT YOU ARE COMPLETING THE CORRECT FORM. Intradistrict Transfer (Within District 9 Schools)- If you are a resident of the Eagle Point School District and wish to transfer from one school within the district to another school within the district. Click here: 2016-17 Intradistrict Transfer Application Interdistrict Transfer - Incoming - If you reside outside of . . .
Attention D9 Families: Unfortunately there have been some software updates since we mailed information to you regarding registering your students for the 2016-17 school year. These updates resulted in a couple of extra steps in the process. We apologize for any inconvenience. Spanish Version Click this link to start the process: ParentVUE
The Promise of Oregon 2015 Kickoff Video – Let’s Dream Bigger #PromiseOR “The Promise of Oregon” is a public education support campaign based on two defining principles: Today’s students are Oregon’s greatest natural resource. Accordingly, we as Oregonians must invest in our public schools so the next generation can reach its potential. Join us – our state’s future depends on it!
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