4J May Withdraw from ESD

EUGENE, Ore — The 4J School District is looking to withdraw from the Lane Educational Service District. School board members voted Wednesday to send an intent to the state for this withdrawal. A bill passed last year allows for districts to withdraw. 4J Superintendent Dr. Sheldon Berman says the intent to withdraw is about providing better … Continue reading »

Estimating Price of Civic Stadium

EUGENE, Ore. — A recent appraisal of the historic Civic Stadium reveals it may be worth at least $5.5 million. The 4J School District had the grounds appraised as it evaluates proposals for the purchase, trade or long-term lease of Civic. The $5.5 million proposal is for the property zoned as a medium density area, but … Continue reading »

Lawmakers Wrap Special Session

SALEM, Ore. — After three days in a special session, state lawmakers agreed to a so-called “grand bargain” on Wednesday. The deal includes changes to state employee pensions resulting in $400 million in savings. Lawmakers also gave additional funding for schools to the tune of $100 million. However, school districts will receive no extra money … Continue reading »

4J Accepts Proposals for Civic Stadium

EUGENE, Ore. — The 4J School District is officially accepting proposals for historic Civic Stadium. In a unanimous vote, the school board opened the request for proposal process on Wednesday. At least three groups have already expressed interest, including the YMCA and the City of Eugene, and board members stressed that this isn’t just about … Continue reading »

Master Plan for Edison Revealed

EUGENE, Ore. — Parents and residents got a look at the 4J Master Plan being developed for Edison Elementary. Architects unveiled a presentation that included three options. Those included rebuilding, remodeling or a mixture of both. People had the option to weigh in on what they like and what they’d like to see done. Architects … Continue reading »

4J Superintendent Ready for School Year

It’s not just students excited about a new school year, 4J Superintendent Dr. Sheldon Berman joined KEZI 9 News Midday via Skype to share his excitement of the new school year.

4J Schedule Changes

EUGENE, Ore. — As 4J students head back to the classroom, high school students in the district will head to class on a new schedule. This year the four high schools, Churchill, Sheldon, North Eugene and South Eugene will be on a trimester schedule instead of semesters. The decision to switch was two-fold: to give … Continue reading »

4J School District Prepares for the Heat

EUGENE, Ore. — Tuesday marks the first day of school for the 4J School District. While teachers prepare lesson plans and get their classrooms ready, they’re also getting ready for the heat. With temperatures expected in the low 90s Tuesday and no air conditioning in all of the 4J schools, it could get pretty hot … Continue reading »

4J Meeting Discusses Civic Stadium

EUGENE, Ore. — The future of Eugene’s historic Civic Stadium was back on the for the 4J School District, Wednesday. While volunteers come through pretty regularly to maintain the stadium, the area is normally closed off to the public and generally looks like empty. Both 4J representatives and the stadium’s neighbors hope that will all … Continue reading »

Bids Build for Civic Stadium

EUGENE, Ore — Civic Stadium’s been on the district’s surplus property list since 2002, and still, it sits. Unused but not forgotten as the conversation rekindles about the beat up baseball stadium. The school board will likely officially reopen the bidding process in the fall, but buyers are already making their interest known. First the … Continue reading »

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