Welcome to Coburg Community Charter School! We are a public charter school located in the town of Coburg, OR. We offer a small, community based, rural schooling option for families interested in small class sizes and community based learning. We operate under a charter agreement with our sponsoring school district, Eugene 4j. CCCS is an independent, non-profit corporation with our own governing board of directors, staff and budget.
We thank those who were able to attend the September meeting and helping our group get a solid start for the year! With all the new technology and fun extra additions at the school (refer to the October newsletter), it’s wonderful to see your hard work pay off. At this meeting we will focus on planning […]
The jog a thon was a great success! It was wonderful to see all our Broncos on the track working together! A huge thank you to all the volunteers who helped at the jog a thon! Jog-a-thon pledge envelopes are due Tuesday, October 6th at 3:30pm. Please make sure to turn in envelopes in on time […]
It’s time for our Wreath and Poinsettia Fundraiser! Packets will be sent home with students this week. All orders are due Friday, October 16th, at noon. Orders will be available for pick up Thursday, December 3rd and Friday, December 4th. Questions? Please contact Jonelle Lewis at 541-870-0393 or email@example.com. Thank you for supporting our school AND a local business! Wreath and Poinsettia Flyer […]
The Middle School Agriculture Program is in need of materials to build our compost bins! This is a new program that is just getting started. We need 7 pallets to create compost bins and chicken wire. Please contact our 8th grade teacher, Beth Monterrosa or the office if you can bring some by. We are […]
Students are encouraged to wear Bronco shirts with athletic shorts/pants. The length needs to meet the dress code, socks also need to be dress code. In an effort to help our school stay green please send a water bottle with your student on Friday. The jog-a-thon is a great opportunity to build school spirit and pride. Parents are […]