Adams Update 10/16/17

Night Out in the Community at Cornucopia

All day today, Cornucopia will be giving back 20% to the Adams PTA when you bring in the flyer that was sent home last week.  You can eat at either location, dine-in, take-out, order out for delivery, or even purchase a gift card for future use. Make sure to tell them thank you from Adams! See you there.

Click HERE to download the flyer

District leader invites you to drop in for a chat

Coffee With the Superintendent
Thursday, Oct. 19, 3–4 p.m.
4J Education Center, 200 N. Monroe St.
(invite your friends!)

You’re invited to drop in for a cup of coffee and a conversation with Eugene School District 4J’s superintendent, Dr. Gustavo Balderas. The coffee’s on us!

This is an informal time for parents, students, staff and other community members to talk with the superintendent, learn about important things happening in the district, ask questions and share your ideas and feedback.

A series of drop-in coffee chats will be held throughout the school year. The first is on Thursday, October 19, 3–4 p.m. at the 4J Education Center, 200 N. Monroe St. in Eugene. Later meetings will be held at different locations around the district. Times will vary between mornings and afternoons to accommodate differing schedules.

Whether you have a specific question or idea, or simply want to hear more about the district’s biggest priorities, challenges and successes, please consider joining us at an upcoming coffee chat.


Screenagers Showing at Roosevelt Middle School

Are you watching kids scroll through life, with their rapid-fire thumbs and a six-second attention span? Join us for a screening of the film Screenagers on Tuesday, October 17th at 6:30 in the RMS dining hall, for our first PAR Parent Education Night of the year. Screenagers examines the impact of technology on the daily lives of adolescents and teens in the modern era, capturing the defining challenge of parenting today and offering pragmatic solutions. Following the screening we will host a discussion about the film.
The event is free and open to the public. However if you are able, please purchase tickets at . Tickets are available for purchase on a sliding scale to offset the cost of the licensing agreement. Please do not let finances be a barrier to participating in this event. We encourage you to invite parents from other schools to attend. Middle and high school students are also invited to attend. All are welcome. Questions? Email Alexis Borrevik at or Carrie Frazier at

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