Klamath Falls City Schools Superintendent Paul Hillyer said on Thursday that city schools are planning to roll out their curriculum via a combination of online services and paper packets, amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
When COVID-19 hit the state, KCSD immediately formed an Emergency Response Team and met with Klamath County Public Health officials, according to a news release. The team has been meeting ever since, implementing protocols to keep staff and students safe.
As Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” continues to monitor the COVID-19 coronavirus situation, President Nagi Naganathan announced that all courses will be taught through remote delivery for the entire spring term between April 6 and June 12.
When COVID-19 hit the state, the Klamath County School District immediately formed an Emergency Response Team and met with Klamath County Public Health officials. The team has been meeting ever since, implementing protocols to keep staff and students safe.
In the interest of helping to slow the spread of COVID-19 and preserve the health and safety of Klamath Community College students and the campus community, KCC will extend spring break one week, according to a KCC news release.
Oregon Tech is taking additional measures to slow the potential spread of COVID-19 and has announced that the University’s spring break will be extended by one week and all spring term courses will be delivered remotely for two weeks, according to a news release.
SALEM – Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced new social distancing orders on March 16 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, which include canceling events and gatherings larger than 25 people, however this limit does not apply to child care facilities, which can remain open at this time,…
Not all of Kingsley Field is quiet on a “down day” after a busy drill weekend. The base’s science classrooms saw plenty of action on Monday, March 9, when Mrs. Dahm’s fifth-grade class at Pelican Elementary School began Starbase – a Department of Defense program that engages youth with scien…
Known as their own personal Doomsday “Diagnosis Day,” March 17, 2015, stays in the mind of Klamath Falls parents Abbie and Jason McClung. Nearing the fifth year since their son, Finn, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes (T1D), Abbie remembers spending the evening in Sky Lakes Medical Center e…
Oregon Institute of Technology, “Oregon Tech,” has deployed a COVID-19 response team to ensure that it is prepared should any of its students, employees or campus contacts test positive for the coronavirus, according to a news release.
Music entertains, relaxes, and serves as the “universal language.” Research shows it also builds brain connections for spatial reasoning, language skills and verbal memory, leading to higher grade point averages, standardized test scores and graduation rates.