A seventh grade advanced math class at Ponderosa Middle School is among the top five state finalists vying for the top prize from a national Science Technology Education Mathematics (STEM) competition.
About 50 kids in the Klamath County Early Childhood Intervention program got to take a break from their regular classes Thursday to enjoy the annual hayride party at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. It’s a tradition that Klamath County EI/ECSE (Early Intervention and Early Special Education) …
Lost River Junior-Senior High School students received an early Christmas gift this week from FastBreak Convenience Stores — $1,700 worth of new P.E. equipment for their gym and weight room, according to a Klamath County School District news release.
The family of a Mazama High School student undergoing chemotherapy for a rare cancer has made a GoFundMe account to offset the costs for travel to Medford and Portland for treatment.
Mazama High School and Oregon Tech have expanded the benefits of their STEM&M partnership, adding additional scholarship opportunities, two terms of free tuition and preferential access to selective Oregon Tech programs, according to a Klamath County School District news release.
Klamath Union High School senior Kannah Greer is one of nine KU students who visited Washington, D.C., in November for “Power Trip,” a three-day leadership conference sponsored by the international student organization DECA. Now, Greer and fellow KU DECA members are applying their business s…
The history of Klamath Union High School will be presented in a program at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29, in the school’s cafeteria, according to a news release.
Woody Allen once quipped that “80% of success is showing up.” In education, researchers confirm a strong correlation between how often students “show up” for school and how successful they are. Supported by funding from House Bill 4002 (2015), which called for a statewide plan to address abs…
To mark the 75th anniversary of the close of World War II, Klamath Union High School will join 25 other communities across the state to plant peace trees next year, according to an Oregon Department of Forestry news release.
A new partnership between Klamath Community College and Lithia Motors will place nine KCC students at three Klamath Falls dealerships, according to a KCC news release.
State Rep. E. Werner Reschke shared highlights from the 2019 legislative session Thursday night with members of the Klamath County School District board of directors, including addressing why he voted against the Student Success Act and what he would’ve liked to see it contain.
Henley Elementary social studies students, some dressed in bonnets or cowboy hats, made butter, shot marbles, played traditional hopscotch, and tinkered with tin crafts on Thursday morning during the school’s eighth annual Pioneer Day as part of the send-off for students to enjoy the Thanksg…
The 2019 Leadership Klamath cohort stopped by Klamath Family Head Start on Thursday Nov. 21, and were given an information and a tour of the pre-school program.
Applications for the 2020-21 Grange Co-op and Rogue Co-op Scholarships are now being accepted, according to a news release. Grange Co-op will award eight $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors. The Rogue Co-ops will award one $2,000 scholarship to a high school senior. Rogue Co-ops is a …
Klamath Community College and a Rogue Valley trucking academy have teamed up to get more Klamath Basin residents behind the wheel of a big rig.
Forty-three Klamath Union High School students interested in math and science careers were inducted Thursday, Nov. 21 into the Science & Math Academy at a ceremony in the school’s newly renovated cafeteria, according to a news release.