GILCHRIST — Two records were set by Gilchrist High School’s class of 2019.
“Don’t stop now. Look at what you’ve accomplished, be proud, and build on it,” was the advice Chip Massie offered to graduates during a Tuesday night commencement ceremony for the Klamath Center for Education and Training at Klamath Community College.
More than a dozen skilled professionals are ready to enter the industrial trades after completing a 10-week construction course at Klamath Community College.
Graduating college is an achievement worth celebrating. The dedication it takes to get across that finish line and collect a diploma is something we can all recognize as worthy of recognition.
A drone created by several Klamath Falls students in an after-school STEM program hovered a few feet above the district boardroom floor Monday night as city school board members looked on in awe.
The Klamath Falls City School Board Monday rejected a request by Klamath County Economic Development Association to forgive $5,000 in excise construction tax for the development of a hotel under construction in the downtown area.
The following students are included in the Falcon Heights Alternative School Class of 2019: