Boys & Girls Club Offers Daycare

EUGENE, Ore. — All the snow left behind from Friday’s storm is causing more than just problems on the road. It’s left parents in a lurch, because they have to go to work and their kids don’t have school. So, while the Boys and Girls Club shut down due to the weather both Friday and … Continue reading »

Third Snow Day for Many Schools

EUGENE, Ore. — Local schools districts have been monitoring weather conditions all day, and some are already calling another snow day. 4J, Bethel, Springfield, Fern Ridge and Pleasant Hill are just a few schools who’ve already announced closures for Tuesday. District administrators say they usually make the decisions in the morning, after they’ve assessed the … Continue reading »

School Closures and Delays: January 16

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McKenzie District Closes Schools

BLUE RIVER, Ore. — Even though plows kept Highway 126 clear of snow, most of the rural roads in the spread-out McKenzie School District were pretty treacherous Wednesday morning. That’s why administrators made the call to cancel school. Students in the McKenzie School District got a couple extra days of Winter Break. School was closed … Continue reading »

School Closures/Delays, Monday Dec. 17

Camas Valley Charter School: Power is out, not expected to be restored until noon. All classes cancelled. Sweet Home School District: 2 hour delay, all schools. Alsea School District: 2 hour delay Bend/LaPine School District: 2 hour delay, no morning kindergarten Blodgett Elementary School is on a two-hour delay and no morning Kindergarten; All other … Continue reading »

Two Springfield Schools Prepare to Shut Down

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — In a couple weeks, two Springfield schools will be shutting down for good. Both Brattain and Moffitt elementary schools are holding ceremonies on Friday night to celebrate each school’s history. Next year, students will all attend Two Rivers–Dos Rios Elementary School. It’s housed in the renovated old Springfield Middle School building. “They did … Continue reading »