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.
Mrs. Kramer is at a training today and will be back after 1:15 to renew your textbooks.
Winter Formal tickets are on sale outside the bookkeeper's office at break and at lunch. $10 for singles; $15 for couples, so get a plus 1!
A representative from the Merle West Scholarship Committee will be here on Tuesday, January 28th at 10:15. We will meet in room 214. Seniors planning to apply for this scholarship, please plan to attend as it is a complicated application process.
The Bookkeeping Office will be closed tomorrow, January 23rd.
Today's Lunch Menu:
Chicken Teriyaki, Brown Rice, Vegetable Stir Fry
Alternate Items: Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla,
Classic Pepperoni & Cheese Pizzas, Italian Sausage Pizza,
Classic Hamburger/Cheeseburger, Crispy Chicken Breast Tenders,
Crispy Chicken Patty Sandwich, Spinach & Romaine Salad,
Turkey Ham & Cheddar Chef Salad,
Chilled & Fresh Whole Fruit
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Wrestling at Hidden Valley is cancelled.
JV2 Boys Basketball game at KU is cancelled.
Both cancellations due to weather and travel conditions.
18 students from Ponderosa and KU are preparing custom-designed robots for a qualifying tournament in Philomath 1/18-19. Cheer them on as they try for superqualifier, state and world tournaments!
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.
Is your principal as cool as ours?
The Oregon Legislature approved additional state funding for K-12 education in their last legislative session. The funds may be used for programs and improvements in the following areas: Creating a well-rounded education for students, providing behavioral supports for schools, reducing class sizes, and/or providing more learning time. If you would like to make a suggestion for the best use of this investment to improve education in the Klamath Falls City Schools, please email your ideas to the superintendent at this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call him at 541-883-4700 ext. 1. Thank you in advance for any ideas you wish to share with us to maximize the impact of these funds
KU soon will have 50 new Chromebooks with free data access available for check-out in the media center. The laptops remove economic barriers so that all students have the opportunity to conduct research, access educational resources and complete assignments at school and at home. Read the full story here.
ODE Annual Notice and Opt-Out forms for State-wide testing are now available.