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Archive of: What’s New at Klamath Falls City Schools

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Klamath Union Students Heads to Europe

Klamath Union Students Heads to Europe

Belgium, a country in Western Europe, is known for medieval towns, Renaissance architecture and as headquarters of the European Union and NATO. It will also be home to KU Senior Sarah Menke this upcoming year as she takes on a new adventure studying abroad. Read here to find out more.

March 2019
Klamath Union Student Heads to Japan

Klamath Union Student Heads to Japan

One of Klamath Union High School’s best and brightest sophomores is set to study abroad in Japan during her 2019-2020 Junior year.

February 2019
New to the KU Community

New to the KU Community

Get to know Matthew Hill, the new Freshman English/Language Arts teacher at Klamath Union High School.

February 2019
Donations Dollars Benefit Klamath Union

Donations Dollars Benefit Klamath Union

In the spirit of giving, two unexpected checks made their way to the into the Klamath Falls City School District as a donation from previous KU alumni. Read here for more!

January 2019
KU DECA Creates Cooking Competition Series

KU DECA Creates Cooking Competition Series

Media Design teacher Dan Stearns, in collaboration with KU DECA Advisor Nat Ellis, are helping to bring student’s ideas to life with the new food video series called "King of the Kitchen." Read here about the fun, and check out the intro video!

January 2019
KU Brings Traditions Back!

KU Brings Traditions Back!

After five years of absence due to the construction of the new gym, KU has finally been able to bring back a classic KU tradition for students and staff alike to enjoy some musical melodies.

December 2018
Connecting with Far Away Colleges

Connecting with Far Away Colleges

With the new KU academic building comes new technology and new opportunities for our college-bound high school students. In each of the classrooms at KU are high tech smart TV boards equipped with microphones and sound. Using this technology, students now learn about other colleges and universities without having to travel long distances.

December 2018
KU DECA Does Good

KU DECA Does Good

Under the leadership of Business/Marketing teacher Nat Ellis, the KU DECA team is always doing something great in the community. Recently they were at it again helping the victims of the Camp Fire in Paradise, California. Lead organizer, junior, Kannah Greer said it best. "Helping people in need during the holidays is one of my favorite things to do." Check out the details here!

November 2018
Welcoming New KU Staff Member Tanja Pick

Welcoming New KU Staff Member Tanja Pick

This year the Klamath Falls City School district hired a set of outstanding new teachers at Klamath Union High School. Today we would like you to meet Tanja Pick, our new addition to the English Department. This is a part of the "Meet the Teacher" series that we will be highlighting throughout the school year.

November 2018
Pelicans and Vikings Unite To Prepare For Quarterfinals

Pelicans and Vikings Unite To Prepare For Quarterfinals

In the heat of the game, Mazama and Klamath Union can be fierce competitors on the field. They have a long history of competition between the two high schools and their games are always heavily attended by students, parents, and community members. However, every once in a while the two schools come together in the spirit of sportsmanship.

November 2018
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