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City Schools and You
(monthly KFCS magazine)

KFCS is an AVID District
Click here for more info!

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District Newsletters

Superintendent's Communication

The Klamath Falls City School District is an online newsletter to keep community members updated on critical district initiatives. If you would like to be in the know about KFCS' direction and their planned actions and priorities, let Superintendent Hillyer know by emailing him by clicking here. He will add you on his listserve so you receive important updates. The link to these newsletters will also be available on this web page.

Vol 5: Issue 1: 08/20/15
Vol 5: Issue 2: 09/18/15
Vol 5: Issue 3: 10/19/15
Vol 5: Issue 4: 11/06/15
Vol 5: Issue 5: 12/03/15
Vol 5: Issue 6: 01/06/16
Vol 5: Issue 7: 02/09/16
Vol 5: Issue 8: 03/04/16
Vol 5: Issue 9: 04/21/16
Vol 5: Issue 10: 05/06/16

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Recently Approved Board Policies and Meeting Information

School Spotlights

Each week, the district spotlight special happening in each school. Check what is happening throughout the district. Click here for the full school year or below for the last four weeks.

KFCS Video Magazines

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

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Graduation/Completer Rates

Interest-Based Bargaining

KUHS Remodel and Bond Information

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ODE Report Cards / AYP

Orchestra Information

Public Notices

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SchoolMessenger Calling System

Staff Webmail

Strategic Plan

Student Advisory Council


Vaccination Exemption Rates

District Announcements
Monday, May 23, 2016 Klamath Falls City Schools are open and in session for all grades.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 Klamath Falls City Schools are open and in session for all grades.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 Klamath Falls City Schools are open and in session for all grades. Earlier release for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Thursday, May 26, 2016 Klamath Falls City Schools are open and in session for all grades.

Friday, May 27, 2016 Klamath Falls City Schools are open and in session for all grades.

Any school emergency closures will be updated on this list the day of the closure.

Check out all of the district and schools happenings for this week by clicking here

Added: 5/22/2016 7:50:36 AM
Welcome to Klamath Falls, OR! : Something to Brag About

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16/17 Teacher Request Form

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Budget Process for 16/17

Do you wish to share your thoughts on education in Oregon?
If so, please fill out the linked survey: Oregon Rising Survey
Summer School Dates and Information

Thursday, June 2, 2016 is the Klamath Promise Graduation Sensation!

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21st Century Community Learning Center Flyer / Application

Everyday Hero Presentation
City School Students Thanking Our Teachers (top) and Awards (below)

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Bus Route Page

KUHS Remodel Information

Upcoming District Wide Events


100% Graduation is Our Expectation


Each Child Ready for the Next Grade


1. Student Excellence

Click to Open: Strategies to increase meet/exceed proficiency targets
  • Implement the High Impact Teaching and Learning Strategies (WICOR).
  • Utilize strategies to achieve 90% attendance for all students.
  • Consistently use formative assessments and data to improve student instruction. Use data to inform improvement efforts.
  • Partner with students and parents to set and implement individual student learning and growth targets.
  • Teachers will utilize the district’s Professional Growth and Evaluation system to maximize student learning.
  • Increase the percent of high school graduates from one year to the next.
Click to Open: Strategies to increase graduation percentages
  • Implement the AVID effective instructional reading strategies to achieve Common Core State Standards in literacy.
  • Clearly communicate with students and families about what students are expected to learn and do to reach proficiency.
  • Develop a district-wide culture centered around “all students being everyone’s responsibility.”
  • Identify at-risk students and provide supports necessary for their success.
  • Implement relevant required curriculum (most current district content adoptions) with agreed-upon supplemental materials.
  • Implement extended day and/or year plans for students not meeting requirements at grade level.
  • Improve in-building and cross-building student transitions.
  • Utilize the Tyler Pulse data warehouse (grades and attendance) at grade report time to identify students at risk for failure/dropout K-12.

2. Collaborative Excellence
a.   Parent and community partnerships are increased as measured by an increasing percent of students who take part in two or more service projects per year and by an increase in the number of school volunteers. 

Click to Open: Strategies to increase parent and community partnerships
  • Work with the Klamath Promise initiative along with community and parent partnering to increase the graduation rate.
  • Establish effective systematic two-way communication between parents, community, and schools.
  • Track effectiveness of communication via Excellence Indicators.
  • Tie careers to learning and establish more school-to-work experiences.
  • Increase community and parent involvement in all schools.
  • Acknowledge partnerships.
  • Set up multiple opportunities for students to improve Klamath Falls through student service projects at all age levels.

b.   PLC implementation is effectively utilized so that at each grade level the following is true: 

Click to Ooen: Markers that PLC implementation is effective
  • PLC’s plan for Core instruction that includes interventions and enrichments for each student.
  • High impact, effective teaching strategies are shared among teachers.
  • PLC pacing is followed by all.
  • Effectively use the PLC process to create formative assessments, analyze student outcomes and make adjustments to instruction based on the results.

 3. Operational Excellence