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    2C COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL November 30, 2016
Inclement weather and
emergency procedures
In the event South Lane
School District is forced to
close or delay opening any of its
schools due to weather or other
emergency, designated media
sources will be contacted.
For up-to-the-minute school
closure/emergency information
or to subscribe for automat-
ed updates please go to Flash
Alerts Web page for South Lane
School District.
You can also follow South
Lane School District on Twitter
@SouthLane_SD and on Instra-
gram at SouthLaneSD
South Lane School District
may use an automated dialer to
call and email staff and students
regarding school related emer-
gencies. It is important that
your child's school has updated
phone and email information for
this to be a success.
ble adult. Bussed students will
not be dropped-off at an empty
house, without prior permission.
Students will be kept at the
safest location possible during
any emergency situation and
will be cared for by district staff
until they are picked-up by their
families. Please be prepared to
show identification and follow
on-site check-out procedures
when picking up your child.
If a middle or high school is
closed early or evacuated due to
an emergency, regular dismissal
procedures will be used. If the
emergency prohibits regular
procedures please listen to the
radio stations above or click
http://www.valleyinfo.net/ to
get information on evacuation
procedures.
If a school is closed early
or evacuated for any reason,
media sources will be notified
and information will be posted
athttp://www.valleyinfo.net/.
Emergency Release
Information
Snow or
If a two-hour delay is report- inclement weather
ed, there will be no morning
bus schedules
kindergarten.
If an elementary school is
closed early or evacuated due
to an emergency, every attempt
will be made to contact fam-
ilies by phone (please make
sure your child's school has
all available phone numbers to
reach you in an emergency).
Students will not be allowed to
walk home without a responsi-
Drivers will attempt to run
regular routes wherever safe.
Bus drivers will have the option
to modify their routes as needed
with regard to safety and road
conditions.
SUPPORTING
NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION
Snow Day Routes
Thank you to the
following supporters:
School buses will travel main
roads only. Bus drivers have the
option to modify their routes
more extensively with regard to
safety and road conditions. Bus-
es will not travel the following
roads:
Ruth Ackley
Irene Bauder
Angie Borigo
James and Carol Brownson
Cindy Conrad
Russell and Lee Cooper
Robert and Mary Currier
Bob and Janette Dill
Long Family
Jeffrey & Karen Freeman
Kathryn Flynn
Jean Furguson
Mary Gabrielle, MD
James & Barbara Grant
John and Donna Mansfi eld
Lonny Perini
Ron Pupke
Elaine Roberts
Emily Settlemeyer
Donna Shepherd
Robert Swaringin
Jan Thompson
Randy Turpin
Carol Volesky
Bennett Creek
Blue Mountain School Road
Booth Kelly Camp Road
Bryson Sears
Cedar Creek
Garroutte Road
Gowdyville above Adams
Kenady Lane
London past Rouse Road
Longview
Lorane Hwy past Hazelton
Lower Brice Ck Rd
Martin Ck Rd.
Meyers Road
Molitor Ranch Road
Overholser Road
Perkins Creek
Raisor Road
Rat Creek
Repsleger Road
Saginaw West
Shoestring
Shortridge
Sweet Lane/Talamena Dr.
Taylor Butte
Turkey Run
Veatch Road
Ward's Butte Road
Wick's Road
Students who live on the
above roads will need to arrive
at the junction of their road and
the main road to meet their bus.
Students of the Month
BOHEMIA
ELEMENTARY
DORENA
ELEMENTARY
Here,
Responsible,
Respectful, Gritty, Safe
Liam is a 3rd grade
student in Dorena’s
2/3 class. Liam works
very hard. He makes
positive, respectful and
responsible
choices
and he is a friend to all.
Liam was unanimously
voted as the student of
the month by his class.
Our student of the month is
Atlas Daves, a kindergarten
student in Mrs. Osborn’s
class. She says, “Atlas is a
wonderful representation of
a Bohemia Wildcat. He is not
only a hard working student,
he is kind and caring towards
his classmates. He loves to
play with everyone, has an
excellent imagination and we
are so lucky to have him in
our class. Way to go, Atlas!”
ATLAS DAVES
HARRISON
ELEMENTARY
Van Norris was selected as
Student of the Month for many
reasons. Van is a respectful
and responsible Bobcat. He is
helpful, kind, honest, and fun!
He follows directions, works
hard, and leads others by his
quiet example. He shares his
ideas, reports issues, and is
encouraging to classmates.
As you can see, Van is an all
around amazing student. Way
to go Van!
VAN NORRIS
LIAM
DOUGHERTY
624 E. Gibbs
541-942-9122
umpquabank.com
STACY’S COVERED BRIDGE RESTAURANT
401 MAIN STREET • COTTAGE GROVE
541-767-0320
LATHAM
ELEMENTARY
615 Main Street • Cottage Grove • 541-942-8711
homesteadcg.com
LONDON
SCHOOL
As a third grader at Latham,
Travis Vaughn is always fo-
cused on the tasks placed
in front of him. He strives
for excellence in his class-
room behavior, his aca-
demic achievements, and
his social interactions. He
always has a ready smile ev-
ery morning he’s at school.
C o n g r a t u l a t i o n s , Tr a v i s ,
Latham’s Student of the
Month!
TRAVIS
VAUGHN
RIO LOPEZ 
Stacy’s Covered
Bridge
541-746-1583
401 Main St, CG 541-767-0320
epud.org
Th e London School Student of
Th e Month is 5th Grader Rio
Lopez in Mr. Alkire’s class.  Th is
is Rio’s fi rst year here at London
School.  Rio works very hard
on all assignments and takes
responsibility for his work when
it is not completed. Nearly
every aft ernoon he asks to take
home an assignment so that he
can either fi nish it or improve
it. Rio also has a positive, can-
do attitude and is very self
motivated in all areas of school. 
He is also kind and respectful to
staff and peers.  Rio is a champ
in PE and encourages others to
do their best.  We are glad to have
him here at London School.  Way
to go Rio!
4237 W. 5th Ave • Eugene
541-345- 7570
TRUCK & EQUIPMENT REPAIR
NORTH DOUGLAS
E/MS
Ryder is a second grader
at North Douglas/Ele-
mentary Middle School.
He is a fantastic reader,
great math student, and
very enthusiastic about
learning. Ryder is a role
model for other students
because of the respect
and kindness that he
shows his classmates and
teachers.
RYDER BOHLMAN
North Douglas Fire & Rescue
531 South Cedar St.
Drain, OR 97435