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Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Phone: 541-883-5000
Fax: 541-883-6677
Contact: Stephanie Bland
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COVID-19 UPDATES: Click here for School and cohort closures
 
SCHOOL CALENDAR CHANGES/NO SCHOOL MAY 28:
With the return to full-time, five-day weeks for students, the district has made needed adjustments to the 2020-21 school calendar. Click here for the details.

CAMBIOS DE CALENDARIO; NO HAY CLASES 28 DE MAYO:
Con el regreso a las semanas de tiempo completo de cinco días para los estudiantes, el Distrito Escolar del Condado de Klamath ha realizado los ajustes necesarios en el al calendario escolar del siclo 2020-21Haga clic aquí para obtener más detalles.
 

April 7, 2021 KCSD & Me / Click here for the full message

From Superintendent Glen Szymoniak to KCSD families:
It’s been a great week! We want to thank our families, students, and teachers for their patience and their efforts in helping schools transition to full-time schedules.

This message is to let you know that we are monitoring the recent increase in county COVID-19 metrics, and are working closely with Klamath County Public Health to ensure the district’s school communities are not at risk. (The case count over the last 14 days has put county metrics at more than 200 per 100,000.)

County health officials assure us there remains no identified spread within our schools, and their recommendation is for the Klamath County School District to continue bringing students back into classrooms full-time. Because the district has already operationalized and begun the process to return its junior high and high school students to full-time schedules the week of April 12, those plans may continue. Keep reading


March 31, 2021 / Click here for full KCSD & Me: News Update
En español: Haga clic aquí para KCSD &me: Actualización de noticias

Dear KCSD community,
Next week, for the first time in more than a year, most Klamath County School District students will begin returning to our classrooms full-time, five days a week. Because of our diverse schools and scheduling needs, details are not the same districtwide. Please bear with us and read carefully.

Monday, April 5
Students at the following schools will start full-time, five-day a week schedules. All school start and end times remain the same as they are now.

  • Bonanza Elementary
  • Chiloquin Elementary
  • Chiloquin Junior/Senior High
  • Ferguson Elementary
  • Gearhart Elementary
  • Henley Elementary
  • Keno Elementary
  • Klamath County Transition Program
  • Lost River Junior/Senior High
  • Malin Elementary
  • Merrill Elementary
  • Peterson Elementary
  • Shasta Elementary (including Special Programs)
  • Stearns Elementary (including Special  Programs)
Monday, April 12
Students at the following schools will start full-time, five-day a week schedules. All school start and end times remain the same as they are now.
  • Bonanza Junior/Senior High
  • Brixner Junior/Senior High (including Special  Programs)
  • Gilchrist Elementary
  • Gilchrist Junior/Senior High
  • Henley Middle
  • Henley High
Exceptions:
  • Mazama High School: All students will continue on their current hybrid schedules, including students in Special Programs. Starting the week of April 12, all 9th- and 10th-graders will add a full-day of in-person instruction on Fridays; 11th and 12th graders will continue with asynchronous learning on Fridays. The reason: To maximize safety and educational options for students, Mazama created two master schedules that cannot be changed mid-semester without impacting credits and course completion. Keeping the current hybrid schedule and adding a day for freshmen and sophomores has been determined the best move for students academically. Mazama will post more detailed information on its website and Facebook page tomorrow (April 1).
  • Falcon Heights: Students will remain on their current AM/PM schedules but will begin attending five days a week starting the week of Monday, April 12.

Please note: Our online and homeschool options will remain available for families.  See more/keep reading ...


 

UPDATED! (March 31, 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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