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Pelican

Transition Program

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.


TRANSITIONS

Announcements

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.


Transition News

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.

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Emergency Joint Board Meeting KFCS and KCSD Video and Dec. 29th Update

Jan. 11, 2021 Superintendent Newsletter


 Joint KFCS/KCSD Emergency Board Meeting Video 

KFCS and KCSD held an emergency board meeting  on Thur, Jan. 7, 2021. Below is the link to the ZOOM recording video of the meeting. Also below was the meeting's agenda.

  • Respective board chairs welcome & call to order
  • Roll call by respective board chairs
  • Introduction to the meeting topic - Liability Immunity Issue
  • Jim Green, OSBA addresses the current status of the liability immunity issue
  • Jessica Dale, Klamath County Public Health presentation
  • Open comment time for invited guests: nurses & union presidents
  • Public comment read by respective board chairs
  • Discussion for KFCS board
  • Discussion for KCSD board
  • Possible break into executive session
  • Official vote
  • Adjournment

Dear Families and Staff:

We have been getting some questions related to the start of school in January. The first day will still be Monday, January 4. We will start with K-12 students doing CDL (comprensive distance learning) the first week back on the same schedule we have been using. Then we will start in-person learning for all students in grades K-12 on Monday, 1/11.  K-8 students will continue with their morning or afternoon schedule hybrid schedule as they have been assigned previously. This means each student will have either a morning or an afternoon session. Principals will get out more specific information for their schools. Mr. Swan will be sending out the schedule for KU students shortly as well. 

Also it is important to note that very careful health and safety guidelines will be followed in all schools to reduce the risk of virus spread. Each school has an approved Oregon Department of Education blueprint on their website to explain the precautions they are taking. Schools have been working on these important protocals for many months. In Oregon and nationally the COVID virus has rarely spread in schools thanks to the carefully crafted and implemented precautions they follow. 

Happy new year to all of you.

Paul Hillyer, KFCS Superintendent

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Transitions INFORMATION

Johanna Morris, Teacher
2856 Eberlein Ave
Klamath Falls, OR
phone: (541) 883-4745

Special Services

Heidi Schultz, Director
1336 Avalon St
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
(541) 883-4745

 

 

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