Two principals chosen
for future local schools
The Eugene School District has selected principals for the future northside and southside elementary schools, both of which are scheduled to open in the fall of 2004.
Sally Huling, currently principal at Twin Oaks Elementary School, will be the principal at the southside school, to be built at the Patterson Elementary/Family School site. In the meantime, she'll be the principal this fall at both Patterson and Westmoreland elementary schools, which will consolidate at the new school.
Westmoreland Principal Kevin Boling will be principal at the northside school, and will serve as principal at both Willakenzie and Washington elementaries this fall. Those two schools will consolidate in a new building at the Washington site.
The yet-to-be-named schools were part of a $116 million bond measure passed by voters in May 2002.
Siuslaw library district makes ballot corrections
Residents living within the Siuslaw Public Library District should note two ballot corrections for the upcoming election.
Two term-of-office notations are listed incorrectly on the election ballot. Candidate Sandra M. Young is running for the lone two-year unexpired term, not a four-year term as listed on the ballot. The candidates for the pair of four-year terms are Ron Hogeland and Patricia Riley.
None of the offices in question are contested. For more information, call Lane County Elections at 682-4234.
AARP to offer directory
for coping with cutbacks
AARP Oregon will kick off a distribution campaign of "Coping with Cuts in Oregon," a four-page statewide directory that presents contact information for organizations that can help seniors in need of assistance on Thursday in Portland. The publication is being distributed through community organizations, senior centers, libraries and other sites.
For a free copy, call (503) 652-8855 or e-mail AARP Oregon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||May 7, 2003|
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