Pelican Transition Program serves students with disabilities who have an Individualized Education Plan and have graduated with a modified or extended diploma. Students in the Pelican Transition Program are provided with specialized vocational training and work experience on an individualized basis with an emphasis on preparing KFCS students with skills to live independently. Services include independent living activities, employment training and supervised/non-supervised work experience.
Operational Blueprint for School Reentry 2020/21: Click Here for Transitions Blueprint
Under ODE’s Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance, each school has been directed to submit a plan to the district in order to provide on-site and/or hybrid instruction. Districts must submit each school’s plan to the local school board and make the plans available to the public.
Pelican Transitions is moving from the District OFfice Building to the KLC Complex, Building 1.
Registration for Transitions begins with the paperwork detailed on this link.
Dear Families and Staff:
I regret to inform you that Klamath County new COVID case numbers for the last two weeks have exceeded the 200 limit per 100,000 and have placed us in the red zone per Oregon Department of Education guidance. This means we will need to return all students to comprehensive distance learning on Monday, November 30. In order to return grades K-6 to in-person learning, the county would need to reduce new case numbers over the next two weeks and bring our status down to the yellow or green zone. The earliest this would be possible is the week of December 7. Once K-6 is back for in-person instruction, grades 7-12 would be able to start in-person learning four weeks later. This would be after the winter break sometime in January. As always we will keep you up-to-date with the latest information.
I wish all of you a healthy and safe Thanksgiving and thank you for all you do to help us serve our students. This virus has been a rollercoaster ride for all of us, but I am extremely thankful this holiday season that we have wonderful families and staff working together to help our students learn and grow despite the ongoing challenges.
Paul Hillyer, KFCS Superintendent