Website Translation

attendance matters

Southern Oregon Attendance Initiate
Encouraging Positive Habits for College and Career Readiness
(Click here for details)


City Schools and You
(monthly KFCS magazine)

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Registration Forms and Information


Recently Approved Board Policies and Meeting Information

KFCS Video Magazines

Common Core
State Standards

twitter links

KFCS District Mobile App

iOS / Android



Conger Elementary
Klamath Union High School
Mills Elementary
Pelican Elementary
Ponderosa Middle School
Roosevelt Elementary

Bullying Tip Link


Business Department
Early Childhood Interventionl
ELL / Migrant
Federal Programs
Food Service
Human Resources
Special Services

open positions

Pulse Data Dashboard

Common Core State Standards

PLC Meeting Notes

Klamath Promise

The Klamath Promise

What is Klamath Promise Video

District Info

Current Calendar

Next Year Calendar

21st Century Grant Info

Assessment Resources

Bell Start/Stop Times

Board Information

Boundary Maps

Budget Process

Bullying Tip Link

Bus Route Webpage

Chalkboard Project

CLASS Project

Food Service Menus

Graduation/Completer Rates

Interest-Based Bargaining

KUHS Remodel and Bond Information

Music Calendar

Music Band Information

Music Orchestra Information

Public Notices

Twitter Links

SchoolMessenger Calling System

Staff Webmail

Strategic Plan

Student Advisory Council


Vaccination Exemption Rates

Healthy and Safe Schools

ODE Report Cards / AYP
Oregon English Language Learner Report

Student Advisory Council
Student representatives in grades 5-12 advise Superintendent Dr. Paul Hillyer about district issues which affect them, and work to find possible solutions from their perspective.

The council was formed a number of years ago in an effort to help our district to engage students in meaningful dialogue regarding their view of the performance and operation of the Klamath Falls City School District. By involving students of broad age range, the council also serves as an excellent mentoring opportunity not only for the superintendent, but for the older students who connect with younger students and serve as strong role models. The collaborative nature of the council helps to further develop students critical thinking and problem solving skills.

The council meets with the superintendent every other month during the school year to discuss a variety of topics, to share information and suggestions, to provide feedback on their school experience and that of their fellow students, to promote citizenship and to broaden their understanding of school-related issues. The goal of the council is to assure that our schools are meeting and exceeding the needs of our students.

2014/2015 Student Advisory Council

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2013/2014 Student Advisory Council

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2012/2013 Student Advisory Council


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