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.
Spring Sports Athletes: This is your last week to turn in your Sports Participation Forms and Physicals in order to begin practicing for Spring Sports Starting next week, March 2nd. All paperwork needs to be turned in PRIOR to beginning practices. Mrs. Brown will be out of the office March 4-6. This means that she will not be processing the eligibility list that week.
Softball is having pitcher/catcher practice this week Monday through Friday 4-5:30 at Conger Field. Make sure you have your paperwork in!
LGBTQ+ Club today during lunch in the 1st floor think tank.
In order to make room for loads of new books, Mrs. Kramer has some older books available free for the taking. Stop by the library to peruse the free book rack and find something good to read!
The Knight Scholars Program is now accepting applications from 9th and 10th graders for their summer introduction program. This is a prestigious program in which participants are PAID to spend a week at OHSU shadowing and working with cancer researchers. If you are interested in a medical career or cancer research and also have a strong background in science, check it out at www.ohsu.edu/knightscholars. Applications are due by this Friday, February 28th, so see a science teacher ASAP if you have questions.
This Friday, Feb. 28th, is the last date for Seniors toregister for the ACT at OIT on April 4th. See Mr. Salas for info.
Remember to stop by the library to answer this month's Gear UP Trivia Question for a chance to win a t-shirt. This months' question is: What is the website that lists most scholarship opportunities available to Oregon students?
Students: Come buy your Red ASB Shirt if you have your ASB Sticker. There are some available now on a first come basis for only $5. See Mrs. Howard in the Bookkeeping Office while supplies last! Wear it to tonight's game against Mazama and cheer on our Pels and you won't need to show your ASB Card to get in!!
Today's Lunch Menu:
BBQ Rib Sandwich & Baked Beans
Alternate Items: Soft Beef Enriched Taco,
Classic Pepperoni & Cheese Pizzas, Veggie Pizza, Classic Hamburger, Bean & Cheese Burrito, Crispy Chicken Patty Sandwich, Chicken & Cheese Chef Salad, Fruit
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Have a great day!
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.”
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.