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With less than one month remaining before State Superintendent of Public Instruction Susan Castillo Susan Castillo (born August 14 1951) heads the Oregon Department of Education as the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Although she currently holds an elective statewide non-partisan office, she is a Democrat, and served from 1997 to 2003 in the Oregon State is expected to rule on the Eugene School District's appeal of the new six-classification system in high school sports, a Web site has been set up for people to sign a letter in support of the district's appeal.
South Eugene parent Steve Barnes drafted a letter that lists reasons why Castillo should not accept the new classification system that was approved by the Oregon School Activities Association's executive board last year. The plan, which puts South Eugene and Sheldon into a new 6A league with North Medford North Medford is the name of some places in the United States of America:
The ESD (1) (Electronic Software Distribution) Distributing new software and upgrades via the network rather than individual installations on each machine. See ESL. appeal asks Castillo to grant its request that South Eugene and Sheldon remain in the same league with Thurston, Springfield, Willamette, Churchill and North Eugene. Specific concerns can be found on the www.safeappeal.com Web site. Guests on the site are invited to sign a letter stating their opposition to the plan, and it will be submitted to the hearings officer later this week.
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Springfield captured the state championship in coed cheerleading Saturday at Memorial Coliseum For other similar named athletic facilities, see .
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More than 900 participants representing 68 schools competed in the event.
The Millers are coached by Janet Fryback and her two daughters, Jenny and Jamie.
Team members are Kayla Anderson, Grace Brown, Kasondra Cowger, Terra Cummings, Mckenzie Edwards, Alicia Jackson, Kaelyn Lamb, Dimitri Martinez, Stephanie Oakes, Melanie Potter, Roosevelt Roby, Erinn Swartout, Lydia Torrescano, Kaylee Tryon, Carly Tuttle and Audrey Vejraska.
Thurston finished second in the coed division, while Churchill was third in the 4A small category.
Newport and Pleasant Hill placed 1-2 in the 3A large division, and South Umpqua took first and Marist fourth in the 3A small competition.
Yoncalla/North Douglas placed second in the 2A/1A division.
Yoncalla AD earns Idaho honor
Yoncalla athletic director Athletic director (commonly, "athletics director") is a position at many American colleges and universities, as well as in larger high schools and middle schools, which oversees the work of the coaches and related staff involved in intercollegiate or interscholastic athletic Cheryl Simons will be inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday during halftime of the 5A girls basketball state championship game at the Idaho Center in Nampa.
Simons was a starting wing on the 1979 Grangeville team that won the 2A state title.
The entire squad will be honored as `legends of the game.' Grangeville, a perennial power in Idaho girls basketball, finished 23-1 during Simons' senior season.
Simons has worked as a teacher, coach and administrator at Yoncalla for 19 years.
Western Oregon signs Walker
Elmira senior running back Johnny Walker has signed a letter of intent to play football at Western Oregon University History
Originally established in 1856 by Oregon pioneers as "Monmouth University", a private college, and later merged with another private institution (Bethel College near Rickreall) to become "Christian College. .
Walker earned Sky-Em League offensive player of the year honors when he rushed for 2,020 yards and 24 touchdowns last season.