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Klamath Union

High School

Klamath Union, or KU as it’s locally known, is a comprehensive high school with a long and distinguished history of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics. First built in 1928, an extensive $50 million remodel was completed in 2019, creating modern improvements and state-of-the-art facilities for teaching and learning. KU technology and multi-faceted education programs provide students with excellent opportunities to prepare for the future. Many dual credit classes in partnership with OIT, KCC, and SOU offer pathways to careers and colleges. KU boasts exceptional arts programs in vocal and instrumental music, fine arts, and theater. A spectacular 250-seat theater was created in the new James Ivory Arts Center. Athletic improvements include new artificial turf on Modoc Field, resurfaced track and tennis courts, and creation of an additional gymnasium for classes and competitions. KU’s historic Pel Court has been restored to its original beauty and design..


Superintendent Memorandum 7/29/2021

KFCS Logo         July 29, 2021


TO: Klamath Falls City School District Staff and Families

Today Governor Brown directed the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to create a rule requiring face coverings in indoor school settings for all K-12 students and staff during the 2021-2022 school year. You can read the Governor’s message by clicking here.

As we have said throughout this pandemic, we will continue working to provide the best possible education for our amazing and resilient students while prioritizing their health and wellness as well as that of our staff, families, and community.

We continue to be grateful for your support, patience, and grace.

Keith A. Brown, Superintendent 

P.S. We are awaiting direction from ODE regarding masking for the duration of our Summer programs. We will keep you posted!

Clck Here for Full PDF Memorandum

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Assessment Opt-Out Information Links


Announcements Thursday June 10, 2021

Quote of the Day

The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.



Sports Pictures


Don’t forget to pick up your Fall and Spring Sports pictures in the athletic office.


Chromebooks and More


Remember that all school property (chromebooks, chargers, hotspots, books, textbooks, etc.) must be returned to the library by the end of the day than the end of the school day TODAY! Chromebooks and hotspots may not be kept over the summer months and will be deactivated shortly after the last day of the school year.  If you are not sure what you owe, please check your Tyler SIS account or see Mrs. Kramer in the library with questions.  


Job Fair


Klamath Works is hosting a Hiring Event/Job Fair today June 10th from 1-4pm at their office on South 6th St. This is an event where they will have local employers come on site to interview high school students who are looking for summer (or long term) work. So if you're looking for a job, head down after school lets out today! For more information see Ms. Andrade in the counseling office.  


Summer Camp


Check your email to see if you received an for an invite to sign up for either Math or English summer credit recovery camps . Make sure to check out other camps available this summer!

If you did not receive an email and think you might need to recover a credit please reach out to either Mrs. Pick  ( room 341) or Mrs. Marshall via email or in person.

Please see the KU website for full announcements and information on Summer Camp Options.


Free Slushies!



Let's celebrate the last day of school.  Free Slushies between period 1 and 2 AM and PM sessions.  While supplies last.


Have a Fantastic summer!

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UpdatedOperational Blueprint for School Reentry 2020/21: Click Here for KUHS Blueprint

Under ODE’s Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance, each school has been directed to submit a plan to the district in order to provide on-site and/or hybrid instruction. Districts must submit each school’s plan to the local school board and make the plans available to the public.

KU Videos

KUHS Orchestra Competion 2021

 Please enjoy the Klamath Union High School Orchestra's video performance for the 2021 OSAA State Orchestra competition.  Mr. Brent Hakanson is the KU Orchestra Conductor. Go Pels! 

1. Frippery No. 2 (from Fanfare & Frippery) by Richard Stephan

2. Song of the Birds by Pablo Casals. Dean Garlitz, soloist

3. Concerto Grosso, Op.3, No. 8, III. Sean Stephenson & Bailey Acuff, soloists

Principal Swan's 2020/21 School Year Plan
KU's 2020/21 Athletics Schedule

Click Here for Student Canvas Basics      Click Here for Canvas Introduction for Parents

KUHS Registration 2020/21

Link to KUHS Flyers      Link to Counseling Office Information    

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After-school program runs from September 16th, 2020 till June 1st, 2021

Click Here for the Digital Application Form. This form will automatically be delivered to the 21st Century Community Learning Center Office upon completion.

Click Here for the Paper Form

Click Here for the 21st CCLC Web Page



Tony Swan, Principal
1300 Monclaire Street
Klamath Falls, OR
phone: 541-883-4710
fax: 541-885-4276


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