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 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.

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May 23, 2018

Today’s lunch selection is:

Whole Grain French Toast Sticks, Turkey Sausage Patty, Hash Brown Patty, Breakfast Syrup, Fresh Celery Sticks, Fresh Radish, Spinach & Romaine Salad, Assorted Chilled Fruit, and Fresh Whole Fruit

 

Those planning on participating in Summer Basketball, there is a meeting today during lunch in Pel Court.

 

There is a Football meeting tomorrow at lunch in Pel Court.  Meeting will take about 15 minutes. Coach Smith

 

Seniors: Please fill out your Final Transcript Request Form today.  The form is available in the Registrar's office and in the basket outside of her office door. This MUST be completed and turned in before you finish school this year.  Your fines must be paid in full in order to receive your transcripts.

There will be a K.U Theater Company meeting tomorrow at 3:30 pm in room 418 on the KU campus. Items on the agenda: voting of theater awards party planning, next year's season, and election of new board members. Anyone who participated in a KU Theater Company production this year, either on-stage or off, is eligible to vote and/or run for a board position. All company members are urged to attend; present board members are required to attend. Questions? Contact Mr. Hoffman

 

Earn a KU elective credit as well as KCC college credit by taking Digital Photography summer class.  There is no charge for KU students, and parents are welcome to take the class but will pay regular tuition.  Students will learn the basics of digital photography, composition and manipulation of images using Affinity Photo/Adobe Photoshop.  There is limited spade available so register soon. Please contact Dan Stearns at stearnsd@kfalls.k23.or.us to register for this course.

 

Reminder: final day to sign up for the June 2nd SAT is today. See Mrs. Pierce or Mrs. Coffman if you need help

 

Field trip to SOU campus and Science Works for 10th graders and AVID 10 and 11 is tomorrow, May 24th.  This is the final call for permission slips to be turned in. Remember to bring your own lunch or money to buy some at the campus eatery.  The bus will leave at 8:15 am by cafeteria steps and will return around 4 pm.  Please plan for your own transportation when we return. See Mrs. Pierce or Mr. McCleve with any questions.

SENIORS: Friday, May 25th - Pick up you Cap and Gown during lunch in the Cafeteria.  The count down begins....only 8 more school days for you!

National Honors Society is now accepting applications from students who wish to join our chapter this coming year. Students interested in applying please see Mr. Huntsman. Applications will be due this Friday, May 25th.

 

The bookkeeping office will be closed this Friday, May 25th.

 

Quote of the Day!

 

“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.”

 

Voltaire

Have a great day!

 

 Voltaire

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Spring News

Sat March 3rd the KU athletic department hosted the girls 4th and 5th grade Future Pelicans Basketball Tournament. Roosevelt took first, Mills second and pelican third. The Girls KU basketball team did a great job of running the tournament. Spring sports began their practices Monday,,February 26th The great winter weather we were having changed just in time for all our spring athlete’s to feel right at home  (cold and wet).

Spring sports numbers look good for all sports Track has 101 participants, Baseball 36, Softball 36, Girls Tennis 18, Boys Tennis 10, and Golf 19. We will be looking at success in all spring sports.

KU Athletic Department is working hard at developing strong leaders in our athletes we will be sending nine girls to the 2018 Oregon Girls Sports Leadership Summit in Portland on March 10th The summit will include workshops on Developing Winning Learners and Leaders. On April 5th and 6th KU will host three workshops by Positive Coaching Alliance. Two of the workshops will be for athletes. 1: Making Teammates Better: Leadership and Positive Initiation. 2: Becoming a Triple-Impact Competitor. One workshop will be for coaches. Double-Goal Coach, Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons.

Congratulations’ to the following KU athletes for making it to state competition:

Wrestling:

  • Tyler Moore  195 weight class

  • Isaiah Franco 120 lb weight class

Swimmers:

  • Boys relay team (Ryan Willrett, Jacob McGonigle, Ben Blake, and Matthew Gettman)
  • Alternatives’ (Brady Montieth, Theron Grey, Brandon VanMeter)

Update on our tennis teams for spring - Both men’s and women’s will be wearing new uniforms this season due to a great donation from Ken and Jeanne Landrum and The Nike grant. Men’s tennis has a new head coach, Jason Conaughty, and the women’s team will again be coached by Mary Young. Team standouts should be Courtlyn Lam, Elyse Englestadter, Mya Phelps and Gabby Gregory for the women and Michael Ferns, Michael Gaede, and Gavin Conaughty for the men. Click here for the tennis team schedules.

Some interesting information from the x-country world - When considering the number of cross country runners relative to the population of the high school Klamath Union placed second in medium schools with 7.8 percent in 2017. Historically KU has been at the top in cross country participation for medium-sized schools 2014= 9.5%,2013= 8.3%, 2012= 10.1%, 2011= 10.3%, 2008 =9.1%, 2007= 10.3%, 2006= 9.7%. This can only have come about by great coaching. Great job Mr. Coffman for developing and maintaining an exceptional cross country program. 

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KUHS Landscaping Fundrasier - Buy a Brick / By the Bell

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KUHS Students:

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A new pathway is here for the opportunity to attend the Science and Math Academy.

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Pathways to Excellence: High School to College - Earn College Credits!
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Bell Schedule
Beginning Sept. 5, 2017

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