Look for an assortment of announcements throughout KFCS as you look through this week's edition of KFCS Friday News Flash here: https://www.smore.com/rmz9ed
Before the winter break, Klamath Falls City Schools sent out a survey regarding ‘what is working well, and what opportunities are there for improvement in our schools regarding school breakfast and lunch?’
We want to thank you for your participation and for taking the time to include your thoughts in this survey. We have read your thoughts and comments and want to let you know you have been heard. Your participation in this survey will help us as we move forward for what is best in all our school cafeterias at KFCS.
Please review the following information and please respond to us with any questions regarding this survey.
KFCS Food Service Survey Thought Exchange Summary.pptx
Antes de las vacaciones de invierno, Klamath Falls City Schools enviaron una encuesta sobre "¿qué está funcionando bien y qué oportunidades hay para mejorar en nuestras escuelas con respecto al desayuno y el almuerzo escolar?"
Queremos darle las gracias por su participación y por tomarse el tiempo para incluir sus pensamientos en esta encuesta. Hemos leído sus pensamientos y comentarios y queremos hacerle saber que ha sido escuchado. Su participación en esta encuesta nos ayudará a medida que avanzamos en busca de lo mejor en todas nuestras cafeterías escolares en KFCS.
Revise la siguiente información y respóndanos cualquier pregunta relacionada con esta encuesta.
KFCS Food Service Survey Thought Exchange Summary.pptx
We need your input on "What is working well, and what opportunities are there for improvement in our schools regarding school breakfast and lunch?"
To gather your feedback, we are using a tool called ThoughtExchange. All our voices matter, so your participation is crucial and valued.
Click here to participate: https://tejoin.com/scroll/174787286
Click here also to view the KFCS Friday News Flash: https://www.smore.com/c9mbs
Due to inclement weather, all Klamath Falls City Schools will be closed today, December 1, 2022. All evening activities have been suspended as well. Visit https://www.kfalls.k12.or.us/
for any updated information.
Alert: Bus 7, Route 18 will be late One-Hour Today. To Klamath Falls City Schools students in schools Klamath Union High School, Ponderosa Middle School and Mills Elementary School taking Bus 7, Route 18, this bus will be one-hour late this morning of 11/30/2022.
Klamath Union Powder Buff, Puff volleyball and football games will be Thursday, Nov. 10.
The volleyball game will be at 4:30 p.m. at Pel Court and the football game will be shortly after starting at 6:30 p.m. at Modoc Field. The games will feature freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
Come root for the YOUR FAVORITE KUHS CLASS as they compete for the title of POWDERBUFF/ POWERPUFF CHAMPS.
Tickets: $3 in advance/ $5 at the door / FREE for elementary & middle school students.
For the concern for the safety of our staff and students due to the weather, all after school events including CCLC, sports, and meetings have been cancelled at Klamath Falls City Schools for Nov. 8, 2022.
National Native American Heritage Month, Halloween events, important KFCS dates and events are included in the first November 2022 edition of KFCS Friday News Flash: https://www.smore.com/jy4kt
NFL, MLB trainer coming to Klamath Falls tomorrow!
Healthy Klamath will be welcoming professional athlete trainer Todd Durkin to our community. Todd Durkin will be delivering an inspirational keynote speech, leading a community workout and hold a meet and greet at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at Pel Court.
Durkin is a world-class coach, trainer, author and speaker and is the founder of Fitness Quest 10 in Scripps Ranch, San Diego. He trains dozens of current NFL and MLB athletes, including Drew Brees, Golden Tate, Zach Ertz, Darren Sproles. His long client lists include, LaDainian Tomlinson, Reggie Bush, Aaron Rodgers, Carson Palmer and Tony Gwynn Jr. amongst others.
Anyone from around the community can attend this free event, and you can register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/todd-durkin-tickets-372239577597
Title VI next meeting is 11/08/22 at KUHS Media Center starting at 6:30 p.m.
This meeting starts later than normal, which is intentional to avoid conflict with the Monica Yellow Owl cultural awareness event for staff that ends at 6 p.m.
You are invited to Nightmare at the Fair, MAZE of TERROR, Sunday, October 30th, 6pm to 10pm, at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. This is a walkthrough, guided-tour maze where there's a scare around every corner. Cost is $5 per person and are asking for a can of food for the Klamath County Food Bank. There is also a Kiddie Maze for those younger Halloweener’s. This event is sponsored by Les Schwab, My Mechanic, Rhine-Cross Group, DayDreamer LLC, Klamath Falls City Schools, Klamath County Fairgrounds and KU Digital Media. See you there. Watch the following video: https://youtu.be/9MhtGRnKhFY
Vision screening at KFCS this coming week!
Joseph Conger Elem - 10/24/2022
Pelican Elem - 10/24/2022
Mills Elem - 10/25/2022
Roosevelt Elem - 10/25/2022
Klamath Union HS - 10/26/2022
EagleRidge HS - 10/27/2022
Ponderosa MS - 10/27/2022
*Free for all students. Parents will receive a notice if a student is needing a further evaluation.
Title VI Indian Education Parent Committee Community Meeting October 11.
KU Kids Night at Modoc Field Friday. Elementary school students will be allowed into the football game for $1.
Out of an abundance of caution in caring for the health and safety of our staff and students, Klamath Falls City Schools will be closed Friday, September 9, 2022.
Klamath Falls is under an Air Quality Advisory until Saturday, September 10, 2022 due to the fires in Oregon. The KFCS elementary school buildings are cooled by outside air, with the Air Quality Advisory in place and the high temperature tomorrow, we have determined that it is in the best interest of our staff and students to close the school buildings Friday, September 9th.
All athletic events in Klamath Falls Friday will be rescheduled. The district office will be open for business.
KFCS Superintendent, Keith A. Brown