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Students who live within the Junction City School District area are invited to audition for the play "Cinderella" on Monday, January 27, in the JCHS cafeteria at 3:30pm. Main parts assigned that day will rehearse that evening from 5:30pm until 7:30pm. Rehearsal are each day at 3:30pm until 7:30pm with a dinner break at 5 pm. All rehearsals are in JCHS theater area. Rehearsal schedules vary according to the parts. There are two performances on Saturday, February 1st: 3pm and 7 pm. Tickets fees are $6 for adults and $3 for students.
Two performances on Saturday, February 1st: 3 pm and 7 pm. Tickets: $6 for adults and $3 for students.
Great Work by All! The Decision Education Foundation, also know as DEF, has recognized the efforts of Junction City High School's 9th grade TEAM teachers along with teacher Liz Henderson. DEF's Mission To improve the lives of young people by empowering them with effective Decision Skills. Steps to Success Reaches All 9th Graders A Decision Skills course reaching all 9th graders is underway this fall at Junction City High School, representing a major step forward for DEF. Based on previous success with DEF’s StrongStart program, Junction City decided to implement DEF material as the organizing principal of a first trimester freshman success class. DEF worked with school administrators, counselors, and teachers to frame class objectives and develop a course concept around Personal Best, Academic Success, and Career Exploration (PACE) with decision education at its core. “Steps to Success” is currently underway with 150 freshmen and has already generated positive feedback. As a model for reaching all students, Steps to Success can be adopted by schools as is, adapted in developing a course tailored to their school, and incorporated as modules within existing freshmen courses. Freshman success has become an area of expanded attention recently, since research has established freshman year on track measures as critical to eventual graduation.
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!!
Time: 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Time: 7 PM – 10 PM
Location: Junction City High School, 1135 W 6th Ave, Junction City, OR 97448, USA