Here is an opportunity for TEACH-NW students 13 and older. Please view the flier attached and know this is not through TNW.
about 10 hours ago, Jessica Deeds
AI Summer
Reminder about the upcoming YOUTH MATH FESTIVAL! The Youth Math Festival is from 10AM-1PM on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Located at McCarthur Court, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON - 1601 UNIVERSITY ST, EUGENE, OREGON. We invite elementary and middle-school students who are passionate about strategy games, like solving problems, or enjoy hands-on math activities and crafts, to come to the fourth Eugene Youth Math Festival. With generous support from the UO Department of Mathematics and from the National Science Foundation admission is free and no registration is needed. Come and explore! Math Festival volunteers cannot take responsibility for unaccompanied children. Photo releases for participants are required for entry. Anyone attending may have a photo used to promote upcoming Math Festivals. Bring a water bottle and snacks! There is no food for sale at the festival. The EMU (student union) is a 5 minute walk and has food for purchase. https://blogs.uoregon.edu/mathfestival/
17 days ago, TEACH NW
math
February is Black History Month https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORED/bulletins/3444d0f Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. Other countries around the world, including Canada and the United Kingdom, also devote a month to celebrating Black history.
23 days ago, TEACH NW
black history month
YOUTH MATH FESTIVAL 10AM-1PM ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2024 MCARTHUR COURT, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON 1601 UNIVERSITY ST, EUGENE, OREGON We invite elementary and middle-school students who are passionate about strategy games, like solving problems, or enjoy hands-on math activities and crafts, to come to the fourth Eugene Youth Math Festival. With generous support from the UO Department of Mathematics and from the National Science Foundation admission is free and no registration is needed. Come and explore! Math Festival volunteers cannot take responsibility for unaccompanied children. Photo releases for participants are required for entry. Anyone attending may have a photo used to promote upcoming Math Festivals. Bring a water bottle and snacks! There is no food for sale at the festival. The EMU (student union) is a 5 minute walk and has food for purchase. https://blogs.uoregon.edu/mathfestival/
about 1 month ago, TEACH NW
Math
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: TEACH-NW will be canceling ALL virtual and in person activities for the remainder of the week due to power outages that are affecting both our families and faculty. 1/16/24 - 1/18/24. Thank you and please take care! Stay warm and safe!
about 2 months ago, TEACH NW
Dear Parents/Guardians, Due to forecasted weather, and out of an abundance of caution, we will be closing our LCC and Hillsboro Learning Centers for in-person activities on Tuesday, 1/16/2024. This includes theater practice at LCC. Courses will still be delivered as scheduled virtually. Thank you for your understanding, Phil
about 2 months ago, TEACH NW
ice
January is School Board Appreciation Month! Our board members are a valuable part of TEACH-NW's team! Thank you to our board members for their commitment to serving on TEACH-NW's School Board. We appreciate all that they do and continue to do for our community of learners and their families.
about 2 months ago, TEACH NW
osba
TEACH-NW wishes to congratulate Giselle Laughlin for her two (2) first-place finishes in the Western Regional Oireachtas competition hosted in Phoenix, AZ. Giselle has been Irish dancing since the age of three, but this was her first time competing. Needless to say, the entire TEACH-NW team is incredibly proud of her!
3 months ago, Phil Johnson
Giselle1
Giselle
Hello All,  I was late in adding to the Monday Memo, but wanted to remind everyone that PEX cards will be closing this Thursday at 4 p.m. for Winter Break. Cards will be opened on Wednesday January 3rd.  Wishing all of you the warmth and joy of the holiday season. Enjoy your time with loved ones, and stay safe! Shawna Stafford
3 months ago, TEACH NW
pex
SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FOR PETER PAN PLAY TOMORROW MORNING! (12/7/23) Tomorrow we will run a special 10:00 AM showing of the play, Peter Pan, for students, but anyone can come. The ticket prices for students will only be $2 tomorrow! Come enjoy the show! Our TNW actors and crew members have put together a really fun show! Concessions will be available for purchase. Tickets available at the door - cash appreciated! Doors open at 9:30 AM. LCC Building 17, top floor.
3 months ago, TEACH NW
EUGENE, Ore. — Homeschool students with an Oregon virtual charter program will be performing their rendition of Peter Pan at Lane Community College this coming weekend. This is the Charter school's first K-12 theatrical production, led by Director/Educator Renee Klein. For more information, please watch the broadcast: https://nbc16.com/news/local/home-school-students-to-perform-peter-pan-in-eugene-in-second-ever-theater-production
3 months ago, Phil Johnson
KMTR NEWS
The TNW theater department is excited to announce that we will be presenting Disney’s The Lion King, Jr. this spring as an all-school musical. There will be seven performances on May 17, 18, and 19 (matinee) as well as May 23 (matinee), 24, 25, and 26 (matinee). Auditions for the musical will take place in the TNW theater (LCC building 17 at the top). All parts for the musical will be cast and materials sent home before winter break. Rehearsals will begin in January during theater time, which is Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 - 5:00. This time will increase to a daily rehearsal (Monday - Thursday), and will run to 6:00 or 6:30, as we get into our tech weeks (3 weeks prior to the opening show) and dress rehearsal week (one week before the opening show). All students interested in auditioning are encouraged to audition. There are parts available for students of all ability levels, including parts with a large amount of solo singing and speaking as well as parts with only ensemble singing and no speaking lines. All parts are important to the success of the production!
3 months ago, TEACH NW
Lion King
All seems well in the Darling nursery — until the children are whisked into the night sky by the mischievous Peter Pan. There they are tossed into the wondrous island that is Neverland. Who knows what might happen amid elegant mermaids, fairies, a dangerous ticking crocodile, wild children, and a ragged band of pirates. Our group of TeachNW actors, kindergarten through high school, invite you to join them for an updated rendition of this classic tale. Our students and families have worked tirelessly to create the sounds, light, props, sets, and costumes for TeachNW's second-ever theater production. SHOW DATES: Friday, December 1st at 7:00pm Saturday, December 2nd at 7:00pm Sunday, December 3rd at 2:00pm Thursday, December 7th at 10:00am A special matinee for visiting schools and TNW families with younger children Friday, December 8th at 7:00pm Saturday, December 9th at 2:00pm TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR: Adults $10 Students $8 LOCATION: Lane Community College Upper Level of Building 17 Park in Lot L and enter on the south side of the building. See the map below and follow the posted signs. We hope to see you there!
4 months ago, TEACH NW
Peter Pan
Map
Calling all ARTISTS!! Check out this awesome opportunity! CALL FOR ART: The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art invites submissions for the 16th annual NewArt Northwest Kids exhibition About the exhibition This year’s theme, Strange Weather, encourages students to think creatively about the fragility of earth and human relationships. Students are invited to use their imagination and problem-solving skills to represent solutions for improving our world including solutions to climate-based challenges in our present and future. Students should use this prompt to imagine an inclusive and sustainable future, illustrate an invention, or create a story: Imagine the future: illustrate an invention that impacts climate issues or create a story that demonstrates your relationship with nature or how nature shapes your identity. Submissions must include a fully completed entry form and be received by January 22, 2024. For more information and to download the NewArt Northwest Kids 2023 submission form, go to: jsma.uoregon.edu/NANK NewArt Northwest Kids is made possible through support from The Cheryl and Allyn Ford Educational Outreach Endowment. Support for Strange Weather and related education and outreach programs has been made possible by a grant from the Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation.
4 months ago, TEACH NW
Pure Imagination
Me Through My Mind
November: Native American Heritage Month We observe Native American Heritage Month in November to recognize the achievements and contributions of Native Americans. SOME HISTORY... The first American Indian Day in a state was declared on the second Saturday in May 1916 by the governor of New York. Several states celebrate the fourth Friday in September. Starting in 2014, many other cities and states adopted the holiday. In 1990, President George H. W. Bush approved a joint resolution designating November 1990 “National American Indian Heritage Month.” Similar proclamations, under variants on the name (including “Native American Heritage Month” and “National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month”), have been issued each year since 1994. -- www.ofsn.org
4 months ago, Phil Johnson
NHeritage
West Point Admissions Meeting. Please see the attached flier for information.
4 months ago, Jessica Deeds
West Point Admissions
Parent's Night Out! Oregon Family Support Network hosts Parent's Night Out! A night to give parents a little break! When: Every Second Thursday of the Month 6:00 - 8:00 pm Where: Oregon Family Support Network 4275 Commercial St. SE Suite 180, Salem Please view the attached flier for more information.
5 months ago, Jessica Deeds
Parent's Night Out!
Is your teen ready to learn how to drive? The Oregon DMV now offers online knowledge testing for both Class C knowledge tests and motorcycle knowledge tests. Save yourself some time and check out testing online at DMV2U.oregon.gov Students preparing to get their driver's permit now have a new option for testing. Go to DMV2U.oregon.gov to learn more about how you can take your knowledge test online.
5 months ago, Jessica Deeds
Oregon DMV
We wish to cordially invite your middle schooler to join us for Middle School Open Space at the LCC Learning Center, Tuesday 1:30-2:45 in Building 17 - we end in time to clean up before the Theatre. One could call it a hangout, but we wanted to invoke a little more - the hope is that it becomes a space that kids can optionally attend [skip a week, join mid-year, etc.]. This is an opportunity for Middle School students to make connections outside of classes. What the kids do is entirely based on who is there that week! Art, board games, card games, are but a few of the options. I’m always taking suggestions and requests on what they want me to bring for them. We also take suggestions on snacks ;) (Lately it's been clay and Oreos - don't mix them up!) For more information, contact our Middle School Open Space Adult Volunteer Open Space Host, Czarena Krell @ theczarena@gmail.com
5 months ago, Jessica Deeds
Get four free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests this fall on COVIDTests.gov. Copy and paste COVIDTests.gov into your web browser and follow the instructions. Need help placing an order for your at-⁠home tests? Call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489).
5 months ago, Jessica Deeds