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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Friday September 21, 2018

    Attention students and staff with blood donation appointments: check in a couple of minutes prior to your appointment time at the registration tables set up in the Aux gym hallway. Please do not show up more than 5 minutes prior to your appointment, and make sure you have photo ID and your pass with you.  If your pass was not given to you on Wednesday, check with your 4th, 5th, and 6th period teachers to see who has it. If it is missing, see Miss Crumrine ASAP.  Thank you.

    The Football game tonight is against Henley! Make sure to wear your Red & White to support our KUHS Pels!

    Make sure to get your ASB stickers! For $15 you get into most all sporting events for free and get a Red Klamath Union T-Shirt. So get your ASB sticker and become part of the red union. We will be doing window painting today during 7th period. If you don't wish to have your windows painted, make sure to take the paper down. There will also be face painting all through-out the day in Mr. Dykstra's room.

    Students: Nominations for Homecoming Court are still being accepted through today at 3:00 p.m. You can submit your nominations in Mr. McCleve's classroom. Freshman and Senior nominations are really needed.  If you wish to decline the nomination, please see Mr. McCleve.

    Wow!  Your attendance has been great!  And we are do proud of the way you are keeping the school clean and picking up trash!  It has been awesome to not have to clean up after people from breakfast and lunch.  Thanks for taking care of our house. 

    If you keep up the great attendance, and keeping the school clean we will have a longer lunch on the Friday of Homecoming week. Great job!

    Students:  If you still owe textbooks or library books from previous  years, please return them ASAP.  Next week, any overdue books not returned will be marked as lost and fines will be assessed to your account.  Fines for textbooks start at $74.00 and go up from there.  If you return your book, no fine will be assessed.

QUOTE OF THE DAY:

 Luxuries

HAVE A GREAT DAY AND AWESOME WEEKEND!!

SEE YOU AT THE GAME TONIGHT! GO PELS!!!!!

Football player

 

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Thursday September 20, 2018

    Attention students and staff with blood donation appointments: check in a couple of minutes prior to your appointment time at the registration tables set up in the Aux gym hallway. Please do not show up more than 5 minutes prior to your appointment, and make sure you have photo ID and your pass with you.  If your pass was not given to you on Wednesday, check with your 4th, 5th, and 6th period teachers to see who has it. If it is missing, see Miss Crumrine ASAP.  Thank you.

    Seniors interested in working next summer with the US Forest Service should plan to attend an information presentation during lunch today in the first Floor Think Tank Room 116.  Come learn about how to apply and get hired for a summer job.  The time to apply is now for US Forest Service positions starting in June.

    Pelican Pete tryouts are today during lunch in Mr. Dkystra's room for anyone who is interested.  

    Make sure to get your ASB stickers! For $15 you get into most all sporting events for free and get a Red Klamath Union T-Shirt. So get your ASB sticker and become part of the red union. We will be doing window painting this Friday during 7th period. If you don't wish to have your windows painted, make sure to take the paper down. There will also be face painting all through-out the day in Mr. Dykstra's room.

Students: Nominations for Homecoming Court are still being accepted through tomorrow, Friday at 3:00 p.m. You can submit your nominations in Mr. McCleve's classroom. Freshman and Senior nominations are really needed.  If you wish to decline the nomination, please see Mr. McCleve.

    Wow!  Your attendance has been great!  And we are do proud of the way you are keeping the school clean and picking up trash!  It has been awesome to not have to clean up after people from breakfast and lunch.  Thanks for taking care of our house.  

    If you keep up the great attendance, and keeping the school clean we will have a longer lunch on the Friday of Homecoming week. Great job!

    Students:  If you still owe textbooks or library books from previous  years, please return them ASAP.  Next week, any overdue books not returned will be marked as lost and fines will be assessed to your account.  Fines for textbooks start at $74.00 and go up from there.  If you return your book, no fine will be assessed.

QUOTE OF THE DAY:

Smile 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

 

 

 

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Wednesday September 19, 2018

   Seniors interested in working next summer with the US Forest Service should plan to attend an information presentation during lunch on Thursday, Sept 20 in the first Floor Think Tank Room 116.  Come learn about how to apply and get hired for a summer job.  The time to apply is now for US Forest Service positions starting in June.

   Pelican Pete tryouts have been changed to this Thursday (tomorrow) during lunch in Mr. Dkystra's room for anyone who is interested. 

   Make sure to get your ASB stickers! For $15 you get into most all sporting events for free and get a Red Klamath Union T-Shirt. So get your ASB sticker and become part of the red union. We will be doing window painting this Friday during 7th period. If you don't wish to have your windows painted, make sure to take the paper down. There will also be face painting all through-out the day in Mr. Dykstra's room.

   Students: You can nominate other students for homecoming court in Mr. McCleve's classroom this week. If you wish to decline the nomination, please see Mr. McCleve. Official voting will be the week of October 1st, Monday through Thursday at noon. 

   Students:  If you still owe textbooks or library books from previous  years, please return them ASAP.  Next week, any overdue books not returned will be marked as lost and fines will be assessed to your account.  Fines for textbooks start at $74.00 and go up from there.  If you return your book, no fine will be assessed.

    

QUOTE OF THE DAY:

  Problems not stop signs

 HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

 

 

 

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Tuesday September 18, 2018

  Wow!  Your attendance has been great!  And we are so proud of the way you are keeping the school clean and picking up trash!  It has been awesome to not have to clean up after people from breakfast and lunch.  Thanks for taking care of our house. If you keep up the great attendance, and keeping the school clean we will have a longer lunch on the Friday of Homecoming week. Great job!

 Seniors interested in working next summer with the US Forest Service should plan to attend an information p  resentation during lunch on Thursday, Sept 20 in the first Floor Think Tank Room 116.  Come learn about how to apply and get hired for a summer job.  The time to apply is now for US Forest Service positions starting in June.

  Pelican Pete tryouts will be this Friday during lunch in Mr. Dkystra's room for anyone who is interested. 

  Make sure to get your ASB stickers! For $15 you get into most all sporting events for free and get a Red Klamath Union T-Shirt. So get your ASB sticker and become part of the red union. We will be doing window painting this Friday during 7th period. If you don't wish to have your windows painted, make sure to take the paper down. There will also be face painting all through-out the day in Mr. Dykstra's room.

   Students: You can nominate other students for homecoming court in Mr. McCleve's classroom this week. If you wish to decline the nomination, please see Mr. McCleve. Official voting will be the week of October 1st, Monday through Thursday at noon. 

  "Did you know that if you donate blood, your blood may save the life of someone in Klamath Falls, or Portland, or even a city on the East Coast? The Red Cross is a national organization, and the need for donations is especially critical during hurricane season. Please consider donating blood this Thursday or Friday. We have plenty of afternoon appointments available either day. See Miss Crumrine in room 213 today. Thank you!"

 QUOTE OF THE DAY:

Beauty 

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

 

 

KU Building Update 09-17-18

Things at KU are much more green that they used to be. Check out the KU Building Update and see the landscaping changes. Click Here

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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Monday September 17, 2018

Pledge of Allegiance

     Seniors interested in working next summer with the US Forest Service should plan to attend an information presentation during lunch on Thursday, Sept 20 in the first Floor Think Tank Room 116.  Come learn about how to apply and get hired for a summer job.  The time to apply is now for US Forest Service positions starting in June.

     Pelican Pete tryouts will be this Friday during lunch in Mr. Dkystra's room for anyone who is interested. 

     Make sure to get your ASB stickers! For $15 you get into most all sporting events for free and get a Red Klamath Union T-Shirt. So get your ASB sticker and become part of the red union. We will be doing window painting this Friday during 7th period. If you don't wish to have your windows painted, make sure to take the paper down. There will also be face painting all through-out the day in Mr. Dykstra's room.

     Students: You can nominate other students for homecoming court in Mr. McCleve's classroom this week. If you wish to decline the nomination, please see Mr. McCleve. Official voting will be the week of October 1st, Monday through Thursday at noon. 

     "Did you know that if you donate blood, your blood may save the life of someone in Klamath Falls, or Portland, or even a city on the East Coast? The Red Cross is a national organization, and the need for donations is especially critical during hurricane season. Please consider donating blood this Thursday or Friday. We have plenty of afternoon appointments available either day. See Miss Crumrine in room 213 today. Thank you!"

 

QUOTE OF THE DAY:

 

Experience 

 

 HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

 

Week of Sept 17 through 21

KFCS Schools and offices are open and in session. Click here for the school bell schedule and click here for school contact informaiton.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Friday September 14, 2018

   Congratulations go out to the Girls Soccer Team for their awesome Win (4-0)on Tuesday night for their FIRST Home opener. They played like champs and worked as a team with great sportsmanship. Also a Big Thank you to all the Faculty that showed up to cheer the Girls On! The team, the parents, and the coaches appreciated the support!!

   If you have a free period and are interested in helping set up the library when the shelves arrive, please see Mrs. Kramer in the Media Center.  She will have a sign-up sheet available. She appreciates the interest and excitement so many students have expressed about the new space and wants your help making it a great place to study and spend time with friends.

   Students there are still lockers available!

   The KU blood drive is September 20th and 21st. If you are 16 or older and want to help save lives by donating blood, please sign up with an anatomy student or Miss Crumrine (between classes, in room 213) ASAP to reserve your spot.

   Students:  Thank you for self managing and keeping the hallways clean especially after lunch!

   The new sod is being installed out front so students please stay off the grass until it is well established.

 It's great to see a Sea of Red today! WE ARE KU!

 QUOTE OF THE DAY:

"People who work together will win, whether it be against complex football defenses, or the problems of modern society."

 Vince Lombardi

 HAVE A GREAT DAY AND AWESOME WEEKEND!!

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Thursday September 13, 2018

   The movie production of Sam Shade: Misty on my Mind has received recognition in the Klamath Film Festival as a featured film. KU is the only High School in Oregon to be featured at the film festival. Please give a pat on the back to Jezzebelle Rowley and Aubrey Say who filmed and edited the project. Numerous KU students acted in the presentation. You can find the video on the KU Media Design Facebook page.

   The KU blood drive is September 20th and 21st, that's coming right up! If you are 16 or older and want to help save lives by donating blood, please sign up with an anatomy student or Miss Crumrine (between classes, in room 213) ASAP to reserve your spot.

   Students:  Thank you for self managing and keeping the hallways clean especially after lunch!

   The new sod is being installed out front so students please stay off the grass until it is well established.

  QUOTE OF THE DAY:

Tomorrow Prep

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

 REMEMBER THAT TOMORROW IS RED & WHITE DAY!

Daily Announcements September 12, 2018

The movie production of Sam Shade: Misty on my Mind has received recognition in the Klamath Film Festival as a featured film. KU is the only High School in Oregon to be featured at the film festival. Please give a pat on the back to Jezzebelle Rowley and Aubrey Say who filmed and edited the project. Numerous KU students acted in the presentation. You can find the video on the KU Media Design Facebook page.

 

The KU blood drive is September 20th and 21st, that's coming right up! If you are 16 or older and want to help save lives by donating blood, please sign up with an anatomy student or Miss Crumrine (between classes, in room 213) ASAP to reserve your spot.

 

From the Dean of Students/Administration:

 

Staff and Students:  if you drive to school you MUST have a parking permit. See the main office and/or bookkeeper.  Students may not park in the staff parking spots, and staff may not park in the visitor's spots. 

 

Students:  Thank you for self managing and keeping the hallways clean especially after lunch!

 

The new sod is being installed out front so students please stay off the grass until it is well established.

 

QUOTE OF THE DAY:

 Past & Present

 

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!!

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