EUGENE, Ore. -- The 4J School District will be reviewing the final proposed schedule for its schools during the school board meeting Wednesday night.
4J Spokesperson Kerry Delf said this will be a big change for the district.
Right now, every school has different start and end times, calendars and days off, and different amounts of instructional time.
The district took input from more than 2,000 people to come up with the new consistent calendar and standard schedules.
Delf said this final proposal includes some key changes from the last one: "Early release day will be on Fridays for all schools, but high schools would start just a few minutes later and run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on regular days, Monday through Thursdays and middle school would release earlier in the afternoon. We have a start time of 9:00 a.m. and an end time of 3:35 p.m."
She said this is all to make sure students get enough of learning time.
Delf said they expect to move forward with this proposal and adds that specific bell schedules are determined by the district.
For more information on the schedule, click here.
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