Kindergarteners at Henley Elementary School may soon be riding bikes in their P.E. classes, according to a news release.
The Klamath Falls City Schools and Klamath County School District boards voted unanimously Thursday night to continue plans to reopen schools on Monday, Jan. 11, after clarification from the state threatened to ruin the districts’ plans.
Both school districts in Klamath County plan to reopen schools for in-person instruction for all students on Jan. 11.
Oregon Institute of Technology on Monday named Ken Fincher as the college’s new vice president for institutional advancement.
The Klamath County Board of County Commissioners awarded $150,000 in Coronavirus Relief Funds to Oregon Institute of Technology to support remote learning and student-focused classroom improvements, according to an Oregon Tech news release.
Mazama High School’s #LoadtheBoatMHS, a two-week food drive and virtual social media challenge, collected 2,605 pounds of food and more than $1,000 for the Klamath Lake Counties Food Bank, according to a news release.
Klamath Union High School’s Key Club has created a holiday project dubbed “Be a Santa to a Student,” seeking community support for gifts for families and children, according to a news release.
The weight room at Lost River Junior/Senior High School has received a facelift and new equipment with the help of a $10,000 grant from the Portland Trail Blazers.
When Henley Middle School students logged into their Pet World class last week, a local sheep ranch appeared on their computer screens.
Every Malin, Merrill, and Lost River student will receive a holiday gift this week thanks to a community effort spearheaded by Refuge Church Malin.
The Klamath County School District Board of Directors passed a resolution Thursday urging Gov. Kate Brown to prioritize a return to in-person classroom instruction and update metrics to follow the most recent science, or allow local districts and public health officials to determine when stu…
Klamath Union High School is focusing its December Give back to our community fundraiser as “Bowling for CASA,” a virtual bowling tournament taking place Dec. 18, according to a news release.