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2845 Greensprings Drive
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Phone: 541-883-5000
Fax: 541-883-6677
Contact: Stephanie Bland
Email: 

COVID-19 UPDATES: School and cohort closures


En español: ACTUALIZACIÓN: ATLETISMO DE KCSD

UPDATE ON HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS

We have good news. This week kicked off six weeks of competition for high school cross country, soccer, volleyball, and football athletes. We are excited for our athletes and their families, especially our seniors who will get a chance to compete during their last year of high school. However, the ability for our athletes to compete comes with restrictions and challenges to keep our community safe.

Spectator attendance restricted
Due to Oregon Health Authority guidelines, there will be no spectators allowed at Klamath County School District sporting events at this time. This also applies to away games. Only participants, coaches, and officials will be allowed on campuses for events. Our schools are working on livestreaming options to broadcast sporting events, and we will publicize details as those plans are finalized. For more: Update: KCSD Athletics

INCLEMENT WEATHER GUIDANCE  FOR PARENTS

As we enter into several days of wintry weather, this is a good time to make sure your information is up-to-date with your school so you know if classes are delayed or cancelled. Following is KCSD's plan to let you know if school is delayed or canceled because of inclement weather events:

  • Our first line of communication will be through the One Call Now system. Please make sure that the school(s) your student(s) attend have your current contact information in the system.
  • If we find it necessary to close school in the morning, announcements will be made over radio and television stations listed below after 6 a.m.. We advise you to listen to your local stations in the mornings and/or visit our district website, and Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages, where messages will be posted.
  • During an inclement weather event, a parent may determine they cannot safely transport their child to school because of environmental factors in their area. If your child will not be attending, please call the school and let them know.
  • If it is necessary to dismiss school early due to bad weather or other emergencies, announcements will be made on the same radio and television stations periodically throughout the day and posted on our district website, and Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages as soon as a decision is made.

Radio stations: AM 960 KLAD 1150 KAGO 1450 KFLS FM 92.5 KLAD 96.5 KFLS (CD Country) 99.5 KAGO 104.7 KFEG 105.5 KKKJ (3KJ) 106.9 KKRB. Television stations: KOBI/KOTI KDRV/KDKF KTVL

Please do not telephone the stations, the school, or the school district office. Arrangements have been made with the stations to broadcast the information to you. Thank you!



Read our latest e-newsletter: KCSD & Me: Welcome back
Lea nuestro último boletín electrónico: KCSD & Me: Bienvenidos

UPDATE:
Following a three-hour joint Zoom meeting attended by 500 people, the boards of Klamath County School District and Klamath Falls City Schools each voted unanimously late Thursday to reopen schools to in-person learning starting Monday, Jan. 11. Click here for the full press release.

Link: Audio of the meeting


Why are we opening now? How did KCSD and Klamath County Public Health make the decision to return to in-person instruction? Read the full message from Klamath County Public Health: KCPH_Return to in-person learning.


UPDATED! (February 2021)
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The Klamath County School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, citizenship, color, disability, gender expression, gender identity, national origin, parental or marital status, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation in its programs and activities, and provides equal access to designated youth groups.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding discrimination:

Mark Greif, Director, Human Resources
greifm@kcsd.k12.or.us 
phone 541-851-8753
 

 

 



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