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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: Click here for School and cohort closures

 

May 13, 2021/ Incident at Lost River: At around 4:45 p.m. today (May 13), a person driving a vehicle recklessly in the Lost River Junior/Senior High School parking lot fired three shots from a firearm into the air and then fled the scene.

This occurred during a high school baseball game. The school principal evacuated all players and spectators into the school building. No one was injured. Law enforcement responded, and a short time later Klamath County sheriff’s deputies apprehended and arrested the suspect in Bonanza.

The Klamath County School District wants to thank our local law enforcement and Lost River’s principal for their efforts in keeping our community safe.

May 4, 2021
DISTRICT MOVING TO 4-DAY SCHOOL WEEK BECAUSE OF INCREASING COUNTY COVID-19 CASE COUNTS

En español: EL DISTRITO ESCOLAR SE MUDA A 4 DIAS ESCOLARES A LA SEMANA DEBIDO AL INCREMENTO DE CASOS DE COVID-19 EN EL CONDADO

Dear KCSD community,
Klamath County’s COVID-19 case rates are among the highest in the state, and have been climbing for the past three weeks. The county’s risk level is extreme, which means we have widespread transmission of COVID-19. Counties qualify for extreme risk when their case rates are more than 200 cases per 100,000 population.
Our county’s two-week lookback rate as of May 1 was 892 cases per 100,000.

This continued spread and high number of cases in the county is impacting the district’s ability to do business. As expected, we have had to quarantine students when a positive COVID-19 case is reported within their cohorts. This process is working, and so far there have been no reports of spread within our schools. However, these quarantines also include teachers, bus drivers, and other employees, and the continued community spread is putting a major strain on staffing resources throughout the district.

KCSD and Klamath County Public Health agree that our students need to remain in school as much as possible. To avoid returning to comprehensive distance learning for the remainder of the school year, the district will move to a four-day school week for students. This will allow us to concentrate our resources and maximize our ability to cover classes, bus routes, and other services.

Starting this week, students will no longer attend school on Fridays. There are five Fridays left in the school year -- May 7, May 14, May 21, May 28, and June 4. Friday, May 28 is already on the calendar as a no-school day. The last day of school for students is Thursday, June 10.

With this change, most of our students will attend four days of full-time, in-classroom instruction at school. Mazama High School students will continue on their hybrid schedules Monday through Thursday, but 9th- and 10th-graders will no longer attend on Fridays. Start and end times and bus schedules remain the same.

Among factors that contributed to our decision is not having an adequate number of substitute employees to cover for staff who must quarantine or who are ill. We are advertising to fill open positions, but are not getting many applicants.
We need our community to do its part to stop the spread of this virus if we want our schools to remain open. Please wear a mask, keep children home if they are not feeling well, and limit social gatherings. If you have not yet done so, consider getting vaccinated.

We understand this is one of many adjustments we have asked our families to make, and we appreciate your ongoing support. Together, let’s finish this year strong.
 
Respectfully,
Glen Szymoniak
Superintendent
Klamath County School District

Teacher Week

May 3-7 is Teacher Appreciation Week! Join us on our online chalkboard --- KlamathCountySchoolDistrict/weloveourteachers -- and post a video, photo, or message to let your teachers know how much you appreciate them. This is our shout out to the more than 400 teachers in the Klamath County School District who not only taught this year, but created entire new ways of delivering lessons and motivation in the ever-changing world of a pandemic. They met unexpected challenges with grace and spirit as they continued to educate and inspire our children. To all our KCSD teachers: Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!!

KINDERGARTEN ROUNDUP!!  Click here for schedule

¡RONDA DE INSCRIPCIONES DE JARDÍN DE NIÑOS!
 

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.
 


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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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