North Eugene High School

Social Justice
12:41 am
Mon April 14, 2014

Report: Racial Minorities Biggest Targets Of Bias-Based Crimes In Eugene

Several bias-based crimes and incidents occurred in downtown Eugene in 2013.
Credit Jes Burns

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.  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.

KLCC’s Jes Burns speaks with Michael Kinnison, manager of the Eugene Equity and Human Rights Office.

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Education
4:40 am
Mon March 31, 2014

North Eugene High School Custodian Nominated for Everyday Heroes Award

Credit North Eugene High School

A North Eugene High School Custodian was surprised to find out she was nominated for a national award recognizing outstanding work with students.

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Language
3:28 pm
Tue February 4, 2014

North Eugene High School Receives Japanese Grant

Principal Eric Anderson with Japanese Consul Hiroshi Furusawa.
Credit Karen Richards

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.

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:

Furusawa: "This state, per capita, number two, after Hawaii."

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