North Eugene High School http://klcc.org en Report: Racial Minorities Biggest Targets Of Bias-Based Crimes In Eugene http://klcc.org/post/report-racial-minorities-biggest-targets-bias-based-crimes-eugene <p></p><p>This month, the City of Eugene’s Human Rights Office, in conjunction with the Eugene Police Department, released a report documenting bias-based incidents and criminal activity in our Community.&nbsp; It found there were 55 incidents reported in 2013 – ranging from acts of physical violence to vandalism targeting people based on race, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, and religion.</p><p>KLCC’s Jes Burns speaks with Michael Kinnison, manager of the Eugene Equity and Human Rights Office.</p> Mon, 14 Apr 2014 07:41:00 +0000 Jes Burns 11601 at http://klcc.org Report: Racial Minorities Biggest Targets Of Bias-Based Crimes In Eugene North Eugene High School Custodian Nominated for Everyday Heroes Award http://klcc.org/post/north-eugene-high-school-custodian-nominated-everyday-heroes-award <p>A North Eugene High School Custodian was surprised to find out she was nominated for a national award recognizing outstanding work with students.</p> Mon, 31 Mar 2014 11:40:00 +0000 Amanda Butt 10734 at http://klcc.org North Eugene High School Custodian Nominated for Everyday Heroes Award North Eugene High School Receives Japanese Grant http://klcc.org/post/north-eugene-high-school-receives-japanese-grant <p>Here's a quiz. What two languages are taught at North Eugene High School? Spanish is the first. But the second? It's Japanese. The school received a grant today (Tuesday) from the Japanese Consul General.</p><p>Nathan Goldberg starts his Japanese 1 class at North Eugene High School. Down the hall, a Japanese 3 class begins. Overall, 120 students at the school are studying the language. Consul General Hiroshi Furusawa says Oregon has a strong Japanese language presence:</p><p>Furusawa: "This state, per capita, number two, after Hawaii."</p> Tue, 04 Feb 2014 23:28:26 +0000 Karen Richards 7639 at http://klcc.org North Eugene High School Receives Japanese Grant