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1336 Avalon Street  •   Klamath Falls, OR 97603  •   (541) 883-4744

Klamath Falls City Schools Curriculum includes grades kindergarten through twelve. Individual needs of learners are met through various subject curriculum such as Bridges Math and Accelerated Reader programs. We plan and implement curriculum to align with Oregon State Standards.

Annual Report Cards released from ODE:

The Oregon Department of Education produces yearly report cards for schools and districts. These reports were mandated by the 1999 state legislature and provide educators with an opportunity to communicate directly with parents and community members about how local schools are performing.

In 2013, the Oregon Department of Education released a newly redesigned school and district Report Card. This new Report Card is the product of a year of review and revisions, led by an external Report Card Steering Committee and informed by feedback from thousands of stakeholders around the state.

The goals of the redesign were to:

  • More accurately reflect student learning and growth
  • Incorporate key measures of college and career readiness
  • Align the report card with district’s achievement compacts
  • Make the Report Cards more user friendly and accessible

You may also  request a hard copy from our curriculum office at (541) 883-4744.