Sheldon High School
Irish Nation Newsletter
April 16, 2021
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Sheldon High School is currently not open to the public. We have staff in the building Monday – Friday, 7:30 am – 4:00 pm, checking both email and phone lines to help answer any questions. You can reach our main office at 541-790-6600.
PREVENTING SUICIDE AND PROMOTING MENTAL HEALTH:
QPR (QUESTION, PERSUADE, REFER) TRAINING FOR FAMILIES
In collaboration with Sheldon High School, Cal Young Middle School, and Monroe Middle School we invite you to a QPR (Question, Refer, Persuade) Zoom with Lane County’s Suicide Prevention/Mental Health Promotion Coordinator Roger Brubaker on Wednesday, April 28th from 6:00pm-7:30pm via zoom
This QPR session will be tailored to the needs of parents and specifically address youth suicide prevention; however, many of the topics discussed will be applicable to other populations. All Eugene School District teachers and many staff have received training in QPR.
Eugene 4J will be hosting a district wide Spanish QPR Zoom in May
LTD BUS SERVICE FOR STUDENTS:
Students ride transit for free!
Lane Transit District (LTD) will continue allowing students to ride without a bus pass until September. For now, all students need to do to ride free is tell the driver that they are a 4J student. When LTD resumes student fare collection, students can still ride for free, but only if they get a pass from their school. We will share more information about how to get a free pass as we near September. Please contact email@example.com or 541-516-0887 with any questions.
¡Los estudiantes tienen transporte gratis!
El distrito de tránsito de Lane (LTD) continuará a permitir que los estudiantes puedan usar el bus sin su pase hasta el mes de septiembre. Por ahora, lo único que tienen que hacer los estudiantes para obtener su pase es notificar al conductor del bus que son estudiantes de 4J. Cuando el LTD reinicia la colección de tarifas estudiantiles, los estudiantes pueden seguir usando el bus gratis, pero solo con el pase de LTD de su escuela. Compartiremos más información sobre como obtener alrededor de septiembre. Por favor, si tiene alguna pregunta o duda, comuníquese conmigo por email a firstname.lastname@example.org o por teléfono al 541-516-0887.
GRADUATION VIDEO PLANNING:
SENIORS! EnvisionPro, the company 4J contracted with to create the 2021 Graduation Commencement Video, will be reaching out SOON via your 4J email.
Please be aware that every Eugene IHS senior will have two graduation emails from EnvisionPro to respond to as they are part of two graduation ceremonies. Please pay attention to which graduation email you are looking at and make sure to submit information to both.
All photos submitted for the video MUST be a .jpg file with the student’s name properly spelled for the file name. Make sure the lighting is set in front of you, not from behind, to keep the focus on YOU!
CLASS OF 2021 CHECKLIST:
Parents that missed the Senior parent meeting on Tuesday, April 6 can find a recording of the meeting here.
The Class of 2021 Checklist of dates is located here.
FOOD FOR LANE COUNTY:
FFLC is conducting a community survey to look at barriers to food access. This survey is intended for any Lane County residents who have experienced hunger, worried about their next meal, or knows others who have. By taking 10-15 minutes to complete this confidential survey (English or Spanish), you will help put food on people’s tables across our entire community. You will ll also have a chance to enter to win one of twenty-five $20 grocery gift cards! Please take this survey only once, so that FFLC can get the best information possible. Please share widely and encourage others to participate.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS:
All sophomores and juniors interested in Work Study positions for next fall, we are excited to hear from you! Please send Shiloh Jackson, Career Center Coordinator, email@example.com the following by May 20; your current resume with references, availability for two consecutive periods, a list of forecasted classes, and 2 Sheldon staff member letters of recommendation. Work Study consists of paid positions at Sheldon and other Sheldon region schools. Students do not forecast for Work Study, rather there is an interviewing and hiring process for open positions. Positions are office assistants. Please forecast for a full schedule, in the event that you are not hired. All interested students are encouraged to apply.
Students that signed up for a parking pass can come by the finance window prior to class, passing time and after school to pick up the parking permit. Students will need to present their valid Driver’s license to pick up the parking permit.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY:
Students interested in applying should email Kristen Natt, NHS Advisor, (firstname.lastname@example.org), via their 4J email, for an application. Minimum qualifications to apply include current junior or senior status at Sheldon and a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.
FREE EUGENE LIBRARY CARDS:
All students in 4J schools can get a Eugene Public Library card for free—whether or not they live within the Eugene city limits. A Eugene Public Library card offers students opportunities to enhance reading skills, research school projects, build study skills, work with live online tutors, and so much more. It also offers nearly limitless print and online opportunities to read for pleasure and enjoy movies, music, magazines, and more. Families may apply for a library card for their student by mail, by phone, or in person – Information Here
The Sheldon COLLEGE AND CAREER CENTER is a resource center for students and parents focused on post High School planning. Resources available include information on 2- and 4- year colleges, tech programs, trade schools, scholarships, financial aid, testing, military, NCAA and international/local summer opportunities. It is an excellent opportunity for parents to learn about colleges, scholarship information and resources.
Our new Post Graduate Planning Specialist would love to help you and answer all of your questions regarding post high school planning. You can read the Sheldon High School College & Career Center Newsletter attached! You can also reach Shiloh Jackson at 541-790-6614 or send her an email at email@example.com
HIGH SCHOOL HYBRID SCHEDULE
Students will continue to attend Periods 1, 2 and 3 on A days (Monday and Thursday in 5-day weeks) and Periods 4, 5 and 0 on B days (Tuesday and Friday in 5-day weeks), both online and on-site. Students will attend live class sessions in the morning and early afternoon and engage in asynchronous learning assignments at home in the afternoon, four days a week.
Wednesdays are a flex day in 5-day weeks, as during distance learning. Students will attend real-time advisory class via Zoom in the morning, targeted supports and enrichments for some students, and engage in asynchronous applied learning for all classes.
Students enrolled in the hybrid model will attend school on-site two days a week, either Mondays and Tuesdays or Thursdays and Fridays, while students who are not attending school on-site that day will engage in those classes simultaneously at a distance. Find a copy of the Schedule here
The 9th Grade Counseling Team at Sheldon High School would like to thank our contributors for our 9th grade orientation event. DeShawn, a former Sheldon High School student body president, donated pizzas for our afternoon sessions. He also provided pizza to teachers and staff! Austin with Crumbl Cookies donated 40 free cookie cards. Dairy Queen donated 50 tokens for a free sundae, Pappa’s Pizza donated 50 coupons for a free personal pizza, Mc Donald’s donated 100 coupons for a menu item of choice, and Hawaiian Time donated 5 $5 gift cards.
EARTH ACTION WEEK:
Every year April 22nd marks Earth Day; a day set aside to honor, celebrate and take action for our one precious Earth. The 4J Climate Action team has put together a week of shifts and a small collection of resources to bring awareness to Earth Day. In partnership with the City of Eugene, 4J Climate Justice Students invite people like you and me to make small shifts for big impacts to help Planet Earth. Shift to a new green habit! Visit the 4J Earth Week Actions to learn more.
HOW DO YOU FEEL:
To help everyone at school stay healthy, students and staff need to be healthy when they come to school. If your student is feeling unwell, or if they or anyone in their home has primary symptoms of COVID-19 or other communicable diseases, they need to stay at home.
Symptoms that should keep a student home:
- Fever of 100 or higher
- Chills, cough, shortness of breath
- Difficulty breathing
- New loss of taste or smell
- Diarrhea or vomiting
View additional flyers:
- 04.21.21 – School Board Meeting
- 04.28.21 – Sheldon Region QPR Zoom
- 05.03 – 05.07 – Teacher Appreciation Week
- EVERY Wednesday – Coffee chats (Spanish)
- EVERY Thursday – Coffee chats (English)