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Family Newsletter 5/13

Posted Date: 5/12/24 (6:00 PM)

Good evening, families,

We hope this email finds you well and saturated with sunshine!  Please see below for the weekly update.  For all the mothers - wishing you a very Happy Mother's Day and we hope you were recognized and celebrated for all the wonderful things you do.  

Take care and have a great week!


23-24 4J District Calendar – High School ABC Days


Thursday, May 16
Opening Night "Into the Woods"
May 16 - May 25
"Into the Woods" performances


NEHS Theater presents Into the Woods


Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by James Lapine

Directed by Aaron Thomas

May 16th through the 25th

Fairytales come true in Sondheim's musical masterpiece. Don't miss this beautifully challenging production!  

To get your tickets, please visit our ticketing site (click here), select your date and seats. Of course, you can buy tickets at the door, but when you buy them ahead of time you can avoid the hassle of doing it on the day : )

Anyway, I hope you come out to support these kids; they've really worked hard!!

NEHS Choir Fundraiser

Our choir fundraiser has about a week left. I'd love help sharing and we certainly welcome donations! Thanks so much to the staff who have contributed! You are so generous and kind!

Here's our singers asking for support  :

Fundraiser share link:
NEHS Choir Vertical Raise Fundraiser

Or maybe you'd like to order some NE spirit gear? You can customize your designs and add your name or even add the choir logo.
NEHS Choir Spirit Store

Summer Bridge Dates Announced - Aug 5 - Aug 9
Sign Up Here

NEHS Reverse Co-Ed Volleyball Tourney

The North Parent


UO Summer SAIL Program
2024 UO Summer SAIL Program
 Registration is now open!
Encourage students to register ASAP to secure a spot!
 This FREE week-long pre-college program, held on the UO campus, provides students with the chance to experience college life & get hands-on with exciting activities taught by UO's top-notch Faculty.

Overnight/Residential Program

(Day + Overnight)

Sunday, 7/14, to Friday, 7/19

Students accepted to the Residential Program will live & eat in a UO Residence Hall during the week of summer programming (for FREE)! Evening program activities may include music/dance, community building, campus exploration, career networking with local professionals, and much more! To register, students must follow the steps outlined below:

Step 1: Review Eligibility
 Step 2: Review Program Options
 Step 3: Obtain Letter of Recommendation

 Step 4: Register for 2024 Summer SAIL

 Important Notes: For rising sophomores - rising seniors only. Summer programs are open until filled. The final registration deadline is May 24, 2024.

Review our Residential Program FAQs

Day-Only Programs
 (Weeklong day-only programs)

Week 2: Mon. 7/22 to Fri. 7/26
 Week 3: Mon. 7/29 to Fri. 8/2

Drop off between 8:30 - 9 PM. Day programs begin promptly at 9 a.m. The schedules of each SAIL program vary by program topic, but all include lunch, snacks, and supplies. To register, students must follow the steps outlined below:
 Step 1: Review Eligibility 
 Step 2: Review Program Options
 Step 3: Register for 2024 Summer SAIL

 Important Notes: Open to rising freshman - rising seniors. Day-only programs are open until filled. The final registration deadline is June 14, 2024.

Review our Day-Only Program FAQs

Graduation Tickets can be picked up from the Front Office starting May 13

All the info you need to know about Graduation will be found here @


Summer Calendar of Activities at Ophelia’s Place


I’m excited to share the newly released Summer Calendar of Activities at Ophelia’s Place! Attached you’ll find:

  • Summer Calendar English/Spanish with all our activities for this term.


Eugene Rowing Club 

Eugene Rowing Club is hosting several learn-to-row camps this summer.

Eugene Rowing Club Learn-to-Row Summer Camps
Open to all rising 7th-12th grade students in Eugene and surrounding areas. No experience necessary!Week 1 - Mon, Jul 8 - Fri, Jul 12
Week 2 - Mon, Jul 15 - Thurs, Jul 18
Week 3 - Mon, Jul 22 - Fri, Jul 26
Week 4 - Mon, Jul 29 - Fri, Aug 2
All camps are held 9 AM - 2 PM at Dexter Lake
Multi-Week discounts and payment plans are availableDexter Henley - Sat, Aug 3
Intersquad scrimmage open to all LTR camp participantsFor more information and to register, visit

Online Japanese College Fair Spring 2024

With the Online Japanese College Fair Spring 2024 just around the corner, we wanted to remind you not to miss this unique opportunity to connect with some of Japan’s leading universities. Join us online from May 21-23, 2024, and explore a world of educational opportunities that Japan has to offer.

**Quick Event Recap:**

- **Dates:** May 21-23, 2024 (PDT: US Pacific Daylight Time)
- **Location:** Online
- **Registration:** [Secure your spot now – it’s free!](
- **Languages:** Information available in both English and Japanese

**Why You Should Attend:**

- **Meet Face-to-Face Virtually:** Directly engage with representatives from 14 prestigious Japanese universities.
- **Tailored Educational Opportunities:** Learn about specialized programs such as the "English Admission System" and "English Only Courses."
- **Scholarship Information:** Discover how you can further your studies with substantial financial support.
- **Comprehensive Support:** Equip yourself with the necessary information to navigate your application and admission processes.

Don’t miss out on the chance to broaden your academic horizons and gain insights into the advantages of studying in Japan. The fair will serve as an invaluable resource for students considering their higher education options.
You will find additional details about the event. Please review it to prepare for the fair and make the most of this educational experience.
We hope to see you there! If you have any questions or require further information, feel free to contact us at any time.

Thank you and best regards,

Ted Oba  
Lighthouse Global University Team

LTD System Review - Seeking Student Feedback
LTD is going through a system review process, and given that many of our high schoolers rely on the bus for their school commute, I think it's important for LTD to hear from them. If there's a way to get this flyer and the survey out to students, that would be great.