KU Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony will still be held Sunday, June 7 at 12:00 PM at Moore Park. Each graduate was given two parking permits that are required to enter the ceremony. Gates open at 10:30 for graduates and family to arrive together in vehicles to view the special KU Class of 2020 Commencement Video.
Due to State of Oregon health regulations, students and parents must remain inside vehicles. Graduates will receive diplomas and any senior awards received as they exit the park.
Beginning Semester 2 (January 27), KUHS will enforce new Cell Phone and Headphone Rules in classrooms. Phone and headphone usage will no longer be allowed during any classroom period. Phones must be put away out of sight and sound during classtime to avoid discipline violations and phones going into "Cell Phone Jail".
Phones are permitted during free time before and after school, passing periods and break time, as well as during lunch.
Just no phones during classroom learning time!
KU’s Klamath Coyotes — seniors Seth Gebauer, Daniel Piper and Mauricio Huntoon-DeRoche — took 1st place in qualifying matches at the FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition at Philomath High School Jan. 19. The team also took 1st place for the Collins Aerospace Innovate Award and 3rd place for the Think Award. The Coyotes will advance to FIRST’s Superqualifier tournament, to be held Feb. 15 in Roseburg. Check out the full story by clicking here!
The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) and Klamath Union High School requests you model good sportsmanship by refraining from derogatory cheers, chants or behavior toward students,, coaches, officials and other spectators. Any verbal, written or physical conduct relating to race, gender, age, color, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or religion will not be tolerated. Such conduct may subject the violator to removal from the event and result in penalities assessed against the school. Any spectator removed from this event may be banned from attending future interscholastic events.
Create a welcoming environment that promotes fair play and respect for all. Thank you for your cooperation in supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Together, we can provide a safe and respectful environment for all.
Students can pick more than books in KU's media center! Culinary students are picking fresh produce there, too, thanks to garden towers purchased with grant funds by teacher Rhiannon Kerr. Read the full story here.
Students interested in skilled construction trades will find many opportunities and high salaries, according to KU renovation manager Samatha Totten-Perry. Read the full story here.
All members were officially inducted on November 21. Academy teacher and advisor, Lana Crumine, spoke about upcoming Academy opportunities, including job-related internship placements and workplace tours of Portland’s National Primate Research Center and Seattle’s Boeing facility. Crumine noted the students’ 3.76 average GPA, calling them “among the best and brightest in the Basin.”
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