Kalapuya High School
Grades: 10 through 12
Phone number: 541-607-9853
Fax number: 607-9857
Address: 1200 N. Terry,
Eugene, OR 97402
Driving instructions: Beltline to Barger Drive. West on Barger one mile. Left on Terry.
There are a lot of great events planned for Saturday in Bethel.
The annual Kalapuya Mother’s Day Weekend Plant Sale is Saturday. Hanging flower baskets from Kalapuya’s green house and other Mother’s Day gift ideas will be sold at Kalapuya High School Saturday. This is a popular sale and it’s first come, first served.
Watch for the Bethel Education Foundation Compost Sale. Bags of rich, plant-friendly compost created from food waste in Eugene are being sold at Shasta, Irving, Kalapuya and Fairfield schools Saturday. The BEF will also be holding a raffle for great gift prizes.
The Bethel Boosters’ Show N Shine car show will brighten the parking lot at Willamette High School Saturday. This free event will display some of the prettiest vehicles in the area. Look for the BBQ, silent auction, raffle and more at this traditional Boosters’ fundraiser.
Este Fin de Semana en Bethel
Muchos Eventos fantásticos están planeados para este Sábado En el distrito de Bethel.
La Venta anual de plantas y abono del Fin de Semana del Día de Las Madres es Este Sábado. Canastas de flores colgantes del invernadero de Kalapuya y otras ideas de regalos para el Día de Las Madres estarán en venta este Sábado en Kalapuya. Este evento es muy popular, así que el que llega primero se le atiende primero.
Este atento para La venta de La fundación de Educación de abono. Bolsas de rico abono, plantas creadas con residuos de alimentos en Eugene estarán en venta en las escuelas Shasta, Irving, Kalapuya y Fairfield este sábado. De igual manera se estará llevando acabo rifas con buenos regalos por BEF.
El Bethel Boosters’ Show N Shine Espectáculo de carros Estará alumbrando el estacionamiento de la Escuela Preparatoria Willamette este Sábado. Este evento es completamente Gratis, estará mostrando los hermosos vehículos del área. Este en la mira por el BBQ (la parrillada), rifas y mucho más sobre este evento de recaudador de fondos de Boosters’.z
A wind and solar energy production site will be going up at Kalapuya High School thanks to a $50,000 EWEB Greenpower grant.
EWEB Greenpower customers voted Kalapuya’s proposal as the top project among the 6 finalists from throughout the county.
In collaboration with the University of Oregon Solar Radiation Monitoring Laboratory, Kalapuya will design, build and install the dual solar and wind power generating station.
The solar panels will be adjustable and the wind turbine will be on a retractable tower to allow for student experiments.
The project will also be combined with the KHS greenhouse, wetlands, gardens and beehives to become an outdoor science site for Bethel elementary school students.
For more information on the project, go to:
As we head into the final stretch we wanted to send out a few reminders about the Kalapuya schedule between now and June 16th.
Tuesday, April 28th: NO SCHOOL. The teaching staff will be participating in an Inquiry by Design professional development training session all day. This work will directly support our work with students as we continue to improve our instructional practices. (NIGHT SCHOOL WILL STILL BE IN SESSION THAT DAY)
The week of May 18th: Smarter Balanced testing and local work sample assessments. All students in the school will be testing that week (in the morning) in an effort to meet state reading, writing, and mathematics benchmarks required for graduation. All juniors will take the Smarter Balanced test (required by the state), and all other students will be completing local work sample assessments. Both tests can be used to meet graduation requirements.
For the past three years we have had every credit-eligible senior meet all reading, writing, and math Essential Skills. This has required students to put their best effort into these assessments. Parents’ support and encouragement of their students as they work toward this goal is greatly appreciated.
June 15th: This is the last regular day of school for all students.
June 16th, 7 pm: GRADUATION! The entire Kalapuya community is invited to celebrate the well-earned achievements of their fellow Kalapuya students!
Kalapuya students are experiencing some incredible learning opportunities.
Recently one group of students and staff traveled to Klamath Falls for three days to study America’s most ambitious environmental restoration project in the Upper Klamath Lake.
They met with leaders of the Klamath Tribes, farmers, and Fish and Game scientists to learn how all sides came together – after years of fighting – to best manage water resources in the Klamath Basin.
The exploration began in Chiloquin where the class met with Don Gentry, leader of the Klamath Tribes. Mr. Gentry shared the cultural importance of the endangered sucker fish with students, as well as tribal stories, and how fishing and sharing his catch with elders helped him reconnect with his heritage when he moved back to Chiloquin at the age of fifteen. Students also met with farmer and past chair of the Klamath Irrigators Association, Luther Horsely and Matt Vickery, a lawyer for the Association at the Link River dam. Students learned about the 2001 irrigation shut down and how interests that fought in court for decades came to sit down and work together on a solution. Students witnessed science in action with a biologist on the lower Klamath Wildlife Refuge, the first waterfowl refuge in the United States.
Nearly 15 years after the initial agreement work on that collaborative project continues.
Meanwhile, another group explored the geologic, cultural, and contemporary history of the northern California area known as the Hundred Mile Square, home to the indigenous Pit River Indians.
KHS students learned about geology, ecology, ethnobotany, geography, canoeing, land use/water rights issues, the history of the Pit River tribe, and contemporary issues of Native Americans.
For four days and three nights they cooked meals, explored caves, built shelters, engaged with guest speakers (who also canoed in to the site), and visited various historical sites throughout the park. A notable highlight was getting to spend an entire day with a member of the Ajamawi tribe who had known AIM leader Russel Means personally and was able to provide a unique perspective not only on Ajamawi history, but contemporary Native American issues as well.
They learned all this at a depth that would not be possible in a traditional classroom setting.
Are you concerned about tagging in Eugene? Crime? Possible gang activity? The City of Eugene is staging the first in a series of community forums in Eugene to learn the facts and what you can do.
Everyone is welcome this Wednesday night, April 8th, 6:00 at St. Mark’s Church, 1760 Echo Hollow Rd. Light refreshments will be available and Spanish interpretation will be provided.
The forums are brought to you by the Eugene Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement and the Eugene Police Department.
Foro de planificación para la Comunidad
¿Le preocupa acerca del etiquetado o vandalismo en Eugene? ¿El crimen? ¿Posibles actividades de pandillas? La ciudad de Eugene tendrá la primera serie de foros para la comunidad para enterarse de los hechos y lo que se puede hacer.
Todos son bienvenidos este Miércoles 8 de Abril, a las 6:00 p.m. en la Iglesia de San Marcos, 1760 Echo Hollow Rd en Eugene. Tendremos refrescos e interpretación en español. Los foros son presentados a usted por la oficina de Los Derechos Humanos, la participación del vecindario y el Departamento de Policía de Eugene.