Klamath County School District

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The Klamath County School District is a public school district serving Klamath County, Oregon, United States. Communities in the district include Bly, Bonanza, Chiloquin, Gilchrist, Keno, Klamath Falls, Malin, and Merrill. As of June 2008, the school district had 6,657 students enrolled.[1] It is the state's largest school district geographically.[1]

The board of trustees appoints a superintendent who is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the school district. As of 2008, the superintendent is Greg Thede. As of June 2008, there were five board members from the district's five zones: John Rademacher, Northwest Zone, Gary Weldon, Southern Zone, Lori Baley, Eastern Zone, Steve Lowell, Southern Overlap Zone, and Chris Volk, Northern Overlap Zone.

Demographics[edit]

In the 2009 school year, the district had 318 students classified as homeless by the Department of Education, or 5.2% of students in the district.[2]

Schools[edit]

The district has 13 elementary schools, a special education school[citation needed], two middle schools, and six comprehensive high schools.

High schools[edit]

KCSD has six high schools:

Middle schools[edit]

KCSD has two two-year middle schools: Brixner and Henley.

Elementary schools[edit]

KCSD has thirteen elementary schools: Bonanza, Chiloquin, Ferguson, Gearhart, Gilchrist, Henley, Keno, Malin, Merill, Peterson, Sage Community School, Shasta, Stearns.

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