On April 14, five teachers and three certified staff will be honored at the Klamath County School District Crystal Apple gala at the Ross Ragland Theater, according to a news release.
Klamath Union High School’s culinary arts kitchen became a kindergarten classroom Thursday, Jan. 23, when Mills Elementary teacher Alissa Cruz brought her 5- and 6-year-olds for a cooking lesson with KU’s Child Development students, taught by Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Rhiannon Kerr.
About 34 people signed up for a local chess tournament on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday. The tournament included all-ages and was organized by Ciara Dykstra and her father, Marvin Dykstra.
The Teen Theater program performed “The Princess & The Pirates” this last weekend at the Ross Ragland Theater. It was the second play the program has put on, and it was free for the audience.
Finding your local farmer wasn’t hard to do Wednesday afternoon at the fourth annual “Find Your Farmer” event, hosted by Blue Zones Project – Klamath Falls in conjunction with the OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Research Center (KBREC).
Due to winter weather conditions, school has been canceled for Thursday, Jan. 16, for the Klamath County School District, Klamath Falls City Schools district, and Klamath Community College.
Community chess players are invited to honor nonviolent freedom fighter Martin Luther King Jr., by playing their peaceful war game at the 25th annual “I Have a Dream” chess tournament, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 20, at Klamath Union High School, according to a news release.
Eighteen students from Ponderosa Middle School and Klamath Union High School are conducting final testing of custom-designed robots in preparation for qualifying matches of the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics competition, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 18-19.
Individuals representing numerous organizations in Klamath County spent Thursday and Friday last week dreaming big for Klamath County schools and their students.
Due to forecasted weather conditions, both the Klamath Falls City Schools and the Klamath County School District will have a two-hour delayed start for Tuesday, Jan. 14.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Greg Walden (R-Hood River) announced Tuesday his nomination of 13 Oregon students — including Klamath County’s Connor Cherpeski — for acceptance to one of the prestigious United States service academies, according to a news release. Walden’s Service Academy Nomination…
Due to smoke from a prescribed burn in the Chiloquin area, students from Sage Community School were evacuated Friday morning from its campus under the direction of officials from Klamath County Public Health and Klamath County Emergency Management, according to a news release.