Shasta Middle School

Shasta Middle School

Shasta Middle School

Enrollment: 475

Grades: 6 through 8
Phone: (541) 688-9611
Fax: (541) 689-9382
Address: 4656 Barger Dr. Eugene, OR 97402
School Hours: 9:10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Driving instructions: Beltline Road to Barger Drive. West on Barger.

Free Olympic Day Experience

National Olympic DayNCAA Olympic Day 2015 Here is a FREE Olympic Day experience. Meet Olympic athletes from a variety of sports, enjoy the final day of the NCAA Track and Field Championships and get a special meet-and-greet opportunity after the meet. ELIGIBILITY: Youth currently in 6th-8th grades WHEN: Saturday, June 13 – 11:00 am – 5:45 p.m.

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Día Olímpico 2015 Este es un evento gratuito llamado “Día Olímpico”. Conoce atletas olímpicos de una variedad de deportes, disfruta en el último día de NCAA Track y Field Campeonato y conoce y saluda atletas desupués del concurso de atletismo.

ELEGIBILIDAD: Juventud actualmente en grados 6 – 8

CUANDO: Sabádo, 13 de junio – 11:00 am – 5:45 p.m.

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Important Year End Information

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Attention Parents:

Medication left at school will be destroyed at the end of the school year per district policy, if not picked up by parent or trusted adult. We are asking you to make arrangements for picking up your child’s unused medication before the last day of school.

If you have any questions, please call the health assistant Ann Wiltshire (541) 688-9612 x.3242.

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All library and textbooks must be returned in good condition and any library fines or lunch charges paid in order for students to receive their yearbook the day of yearbook signing, as stated on page 6 of the Daily Planner.  Students who do not return or pay any fee’s owed may pick up there yearbook the following week.  Please help your student make sure that all their books are returned and fines/charges are taken care of well before the last day of school.

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All lost and found items will be available for viewing in the cafeteria June 11th & 12th.  All unclaimed items will be donated to the Bethel Clothes Closet on June 15th.






Four Shasta Teacher’s Win $500!

Way to Go Shasta!

Way to Go Shasta Teachers!

Congratulations to teachers Kyle Gordon, Marty Greydanus, Val Michalenko and Mike Reetz for each winning $500 from the Kendall Auto Grant!  Each teacher submitted a request for funds to help support a specific class project, field trip, or to purchase items needed to broaden our student’s educational experience. Kendal Auto Group was giving out 25 grants and 4 of those went to Shasta teachers!

Thank you Kendal Auto Group for supporting our students and schools!

Shasta News

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Tuesday- May 19th  Incoming 6th Grade Orientation starts at 6:00pm in the Main Gym and Shastafest at 6:30pm in the Cafeteria & Gym 

EVERYONE is Invited!  Shasta Bands & Choirs will be performing,  Shasta PTO will have a BBQ,  Book Fair (Buy One Get One Free), Silent Auction, Student Project Display, Mega Raffle & SNOW CONES!

Don’t Miss our MEGA-RAFFLE where the lucky winners will get 2- Three Day Admission Tickets to the Bi-Mart Cape Blanco Country Music Festival featuring Blake Shelton, Florida-Georgia Line, the Band Perry and many more OR you can win a 2 Night Stay at Crescent Lake Resort in a 2 Bedroom Cabin!  These prizes are each worth $250 and tickets are only $5 each or 5 for $20.  Tickets can be purchased on Monday and Tuesday in the Shasta Office.  You do not need to be present to win.  Don’t Miss Your Chance to be a WINNER!


We have a great opportunity to earn FREE Money for our school via a ‘Teacher Appreciation’ program from Target on Facebook.  Please go to the page “Shasta Middle School” for a link to say ‘Thank You’ to a favorite teacher and earn $25 for our school.  One entry per Facebook account for ages 13+. It only takes a minute to enter. Please do this ASAP  as this program is only for a limited time.

Trophy’s for Jazz Band and Choir

Jazz Band - BVThis week, the Shasta Jazz Band came home from the Bellevue Jazz Festival with the second place trophy in the middle school A division. Shasta was the only school from Oregon in this prestigious competition. The Bellevue Invitational Jazz Festival is known for some of the toughest competition in the nation, and any trophy is highly coveted. Shasta Jazz students were able to learn some history about Mt. St. Helens and also visited the Experience Music Project in Seattle to learn about the music industry and rock and roll history. As always, they finished the trip with seafood lunch at Pikes Place Market. The family support crew was in full force with every family in attendance. The 18 member band had a total of 66 people on tour to Bellevue. Great times were had by all who participated. Congrats to the Shasta Jazz Band! Special thanks to the unbelievable group of parents who made this trip possible!

ChoirShasta Choirs Shine –  Over 100 7th and 8th graders, along with 6 brave chaperones, travelled up to the University of Portland on Friday, May 8th, to participate in the Best of the Northwest Concert Choir Festival. The choir received a Superior rating and Brent Ramirez was awarded an Outstanding Soloist trophy. The students were also recognized for their excellent audience behavior and professionalism, which made Mr. Fitch very proud.

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