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County Moves To High Risk; What It Means For Kalapuya

More news, Kalapuya Families. The jump in COVID cases has pushed Lane County into the High Risk level. Click the link for what it means for KHS.
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Update: State Testing Schedule

Hi Kalapuya Families, Here is new information regarding state testing and how to opt-out. We will be testing Kalapuya 11th grade students starting the week of May 24th. Click the link to learn more.
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Childcare Financial Assistance / Asistencia financiera para el cuidado de niños

The State of Oregon is helping eligible families pay for childcare during the COVID-19 pandemic. Working parents are strongly encouraged to click here for more information about the ERDC – Employment-Related Day Care – program. Eligible families can use a childcare center or a registered or certified family childcare home. You also may be able...
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Kalapuya Update: Meals Program Delayed, Buildings Closed

With the Air Quality Index remaining in the Hazardous zone, Bethel’s school meals program will be postponed until Friday. Kalapuya and all Bethel District buildings will be closed again Tuesday due to the poor air quality. Para obtener la versión en español de este sitio web, haga clic en el cuadro Idioma en la esquina...
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Poor Air Quality Closes All Bethel District Buildings

Due to the poor air quality continuing in our community, Kalapuya and all Bethel schools will be closed to the public Monday, September 14. However, we will be available for phone calls and emails. Questions? Call the school office at 541-607-9853. Para obtener la versión en español de este sitio web, haga clic en el...
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The Oregon Black Education Foundation and Kalapuya partner to secure resources for students and families most affected by Covid-19

Hi Kalapuya families! The Oregon Black Education Foundation (OBEF) has worked extensively with Kalapuya High School and the Bethel School District for years, supporting historically undeserved and disenfranchised students in earning their diplomas and furthering their educations. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated  barriers for many of our students and families and the consequences have been far-reaching and profound.
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