KUHS is proud to be recognized as an AVID high school, a high school that has proven achievement and creates lifelong advantages for our students. Our fine and performing arts programs are second to none. KUHS offers a Liberal Arts Academy with OIT where students can earn up to 18 college credits before they graduate high school! We are also partnering with KCC to offer a KU/KCC Career Pathways program where students can take classes at KCC in Computer Technology, Digital Media Design, Emergency Response Operations, Auto-Diesel Technology and Welding. In some of the pathways, students can become certified before they graduate high school! KUHS continues to be strong with exceptional programs in business.
You are rocking the attendance challenge so far! We are at 90.4% attendance for the month of April and that is awesome! So much better than last year at this point. We have has some days of 92 and 93% attendance so remember....Every class every day and you will get an hour lunch at the end of the month. 9 more school days to make it happen. YOU GOT THIS!
Hey Students today is Mr. Stearns big 39th birthday!!! Stop by his room to wish him Happy Birthday! Rumor has it he has chocolate!
Seniors wanting to enter the Work Force right after graduation, Collin Products has employment opportunities. Flyers are available from Mrs. Headden, Mrs. Menke, Mrs. Adkisson, in the Aspire Room or the rack outside the Counseling Office.
This Friday during Flight Time you will be filling out an online scholarship application from the Klamath Promise. The online application is a requirement to be eligible for over $30,000 in free scholarships and prizes that will be given to seniors during the 2019 Graduation Sensation you will attend on May 30. Scholarship range from $500 to $2500. Gift card prizes will be awarded to those going into the military or the work force after high school. The online application is very easy to complete during Flight Time.
The Al Keck and Mike Keck scholarship applications are due to Mr. Mason by Friday at noon. He will be submitting all of KU's applications Friday afternoon.
A new scholarship list is available from Mr. Todd, Mrs. Headden, Mrs. Menke, the Aspire Room or from the rack outside of the Counseling Office.
Apply for the Benefit for the Basin Scholarship. Very few students from KU have submitted an application. Two $500. awards will be given to KU students. The application is due April 26.
Spring ASVAB opportunity here at KU:
If you are a Junior or Senior who was unable to take the ASVAB in the Fall or you have decided you would like to do so recently, we will host it on Thursday April 25th. This is a shorter computerized version and there is space for no more than 20 students so sign up in the counseling office if you are interested. You can also talk with Mrs. Pierce for more info.
Reminder: The bookkeeping office is closed April 16th through May 1st.
Please remember due to unpredictable weather practice times, games and matches dates and times may change at short notice. Please stay in close contact with coaches or the athletic department on any changes that may occur. Locations for season schedules can be found on the OSAA web site and KU web site, additionally coaches should be handing out season schedules to all athletes.
Parents and Students: A valuable resource for students to get extra help in classes is available every day after school in the KU Media Center. Tutoring is free and available from 3:15 - 5:15 pm Monday through Friday. Everyone needs extra effort and help with academics at one time or another. Tutoring is another opportunity to improve grades!
Thank you to the many families and friends who have shown tremendous support for KU Pelican students and staff so far this year. Parents, grandparents, alumni, and many others cheer our student athletes, attend KU music and theater performances, attend conferences for students, provide food for staff, and shower Klamath Union with love and support. We feel you and appreciate all you do! Go Pels!
- Mr. Swan
Click here for the KFCS Title VI Indian Education Open Public Hearing Meeting Announcement for April 17, 2019