KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Three local leaders in education banded together last week to share the importance of educational partnerships in setting high school students up for success.Read More
Klamath County School District’s 2018-19 state assessment testing scores improved in reading and writing (English language arts), and mathematics from the previous year for third-, fifth- and 11th-graders, and its 11th-graders scored well above the state average in both subjects.Read More
For the fifth year in a row, the Klamath County School District has received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the U.S. and Canada for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.Read More
Klamath County School District’s four rural high schools will continue to receive $2.2 million for needed programs thanks, in part, to the lobbying efforts of 10 students from Lost River, Gilchrist, Chiloquin, and Bonanza.Read More
Salem, Ore. - HB 2847 and HB 2867 passed unanimously in the House and Senate during the last week of legislative session. Both bills were chief-sponsored by Rep. E. Werner Reschke (R-Klamath Falls).Read More
Klamath County School District’s 2019 Crystal Apple Awardees personify the highest example of educators who go above and beyond to inspire, educate and help students.
Five teachers and three classified staff were nominated and awarded the top honor this year and will be recognized Tuesday at the KCSD’s annual Crystal Apple Awards Gala.Read More
The graduation rate for Klamath County School District high school students increased in 2018 for the fourth year in a row and continues to exceed the state average.
According to data released today (Jan. 24) by the Oregon Department of Education, the county school district’s overall four-year cohort graduation rate for 2017-18 was 79.20 percent, up 1.33 percentage points from the year before, and slightly higher than the state average of 78.65.Read More
Klamath County School District’s 2017-18 state assessment testing scores improved in English language arts and mathematics from 2016-17, jumping 4.2 percent in language arts and 0.2 percent in mathematics. Science scores remained flat.Read More
The new superintendent of the Klamath County School District has a track record of improving standardized test scores, integrating technology into classrooms, and working with state and local leaders to maintain and secure funding.Read More
Glen Szymoniak will be the next superintendent of the Klamath County School District. The KCSD Board of Directors unanimously approved a three-year contract with Szymoniak during a special meeting Thursday morning.
“Both my wife and I are just elated. I can’t stress how excited we are and looking forward to moving there,” Szymoniak said. “Out of all the superintendent openings we were looking at, Klamath County was the place we really wanted to be.”Read More