Congratulations Lady Antlers
The Bonanza Varsity Volleyball Team continued to dominate on the court and completed their first regular season in Mountain View League play undefeated at 13-0. That puts them in as the #1 seed overall in this Saturday’s MVC Championship Volleyball Tournament at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg.
The girls earned a 1st Round Bye in the tournament and play at 2:45 pm against the winner of Riddle/Oakridge.
Bonanza currently has a 16-7 overall record, has a 49-18 advantage on sets, and has won a whopping 42 or their last 44 games played!
Go get ‘em girls and Go Antlers!
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Congratulations Lady Antlers!
Congratulations to the Bonanza Volleyball Team!
The varsity volleyball team is currently in first place in the Mountain View Conference with a 10-0 record. They are currently ranked #14 in the state and only 4 teams in the state have lost fewer matches than our Antlers!
The next action for the volleyball team is tonight at Lost River High School.
Keep it up girls!
Welcome Coach Morris!
Coach Morris has served as the Assistant Wrestling Coach since 2012 at Mazama High School, where he comes highly recommended. Currently, he is also completing his first season as the Head Cross Country Coach and works as a paraprofessional in the GOALS program at Mazama.
Russ previously owned his own business and served as both an Assistant and Head Wrestling Coach for several years in Las Vegas, Nevada. He brings over 25 years of wrestling experience in high school and USA/FILA International Wrestling. Russ is also a decorated veteran of Marine Corps with combat service in the Gulf War and Bosnia. He is married and has three young sons that attend county schools.
He is excited about the opportunity to coach at Bonanza and build a strong K-12 program and we are excited to have him.
If you would like to reach Russ he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations Coach Russ Morris! Welcome to Bonanza!
The Door Project
Two doors have been placed here at Bonanza, one in the Library and one in front of the mural at the Main Entrance. These doors have been placed here by “Klamath Promise” , the creator of “The Door Project”.
This is a project, in conjunction with the Klamath Chamber of Commerce, that was created as a way for the community to inspire students about their education and ultimate graduation. Please feel free to write a message of encouragement, support, or inspiration on the door.
The doors will be placed at every school in and around Klamath Falls so students can see that we all care about their success in education.
Congratulations Boys Football
Congratulations Bonanza Football on their first victory of the season last Friday night vs. Rogue River. The 42-32 victory capped one of the best Homecoming Weeks in years at Bonanza High School.
Bonanza FFA at Southern Oregon District FFA Soils Contest Oct 8th. Both Beginning and Advanced teams placed first!
Our Mission is to genuinely recognize and respect current learning practices and social skills of all students; to teach, model, inspire, and guide each student in discovering and developing individual interests, strengths, and abilities; and to encourage all students to be life-long learners, using their potential to make positive contributions to society.
We believe this is done by:
- Promoting a vigorous passion for learning
- Advancing problem solving skills by teaching the use of learned knowledge to make good choices
- Preparing students for life opportunities and challenges
- Developing Safe, Respectful and Responsible students who contribute to society in a positive manner.
Bonanza School Motto
“Bonanza Antlers are Safe, Respectful, Responsible, Hardworking and Positive; we make good choices and solve problems in preparation for life and its challenges.”
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OFFICE HOURS: 7:30am - 4:00pm
Attendance Office #: (541) 545 - 6581
Home Access Letter for Parents and Guardians
*Due to policies set forth by the Klamath County School District regarding technology, any electronic equipment not issued by the district may not use bandwidth, internet or wireless connections that are district owned. Any person found in violation of this policy may be subject to loss of technology privileges in any district facility.*