Announcements & Events
We are now serving Head Start children and families. Please view Announcements and Events below. For information related to the pandemic and Coronavirus, visit our COVID-19 page.
Klamath County School District Kindergarten Roundup
If your child will be 5 years old on or before September 1st, 2021 and you plan to enroll them in County Schools, stop by the elementary school they will be transitioning to on the listed date to complete curbside registration and receive a free educational gift bag!
Not sure about school boundaries? Need to register online? Visit the County School District website at www.kcsd.k12.or.us
Countdown to Kindergarten
Klamath County Library is pleased to share their newest program: Countdown to Kindergarten!
Countdown to Kindergarten is a six-week prep course that will build the academic and social skills children entering Kindergarten in the Fall of 2021 will need. Homeschool, public, and private school children are welcome. Sessions will be hosted at the South Suburban, Chiloquin, and Malin libraries.
Diabetes Prevention Program Virtual Classes Begin May 11th
Reduce your risk for diabetes by enrolling in the nationally recognized Diabetes Prevention Program with Sky Lakes Wellness Center.
- Work with a certified life coach
- Lose weight and learn to keep it off
- FREE for those who qualify
Take a 1-minute quiz to know your risk.
For more information or to register call 541-274-2770
See the full flyer here.
City School Kindergarten Round Up
Klamath Falls City Schools
Thursday May 13, 2021 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Curbside Pickup at each of our elementary schools: Conger, Mills, Pelican and Roosevelt
Start the pre-registration process for children who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2021 for the 2021-22 school year!
All KFCS elementary schools are offering curbside pickup with important registration documents, free resources, and information packets.
Starting at 6:00 p.m., parents and next year’s kindergarten students may pull up to our designated pick up points and receive these items:
✔ Pre-registration form
✔ Complimentary book
✔ “Getting Ready for School” booklet
✔ Complimentary math activities
✔ Enjoy a free snack treat
✔ And more!
We hope you can stop by! View the flyer for more info.
Free Dental Clinic Days
Come down to Malin Community Hall and Merrill Civic Center for FREE Dental Days on May 22nd and May 23rd!
Klamath Family Head Start and more organizations will have booths with information on additional community resources.
*Everyone is welcome
*ID’s not required
*First come, first served.
For more information, contact Klamath Health Partnership at (541) 887-8048
Oregon farmers are facing reduced bed capacity as a result of new OSHA guidelines on bed spacing. This will reduce the number of beds in labor camps across Oregon. These funds are aimed at providing alternative sheltering for farmworkers across Oregon during the various harvests. Please call 1-855-215-6158 and select Safe Sheltering of Farmworkers in the menu option.
New Program Update: Safe Shelter & Rent Relief for farmworkers Program now allows assistance with rent, utilities, and other services.
Funds provided by Oregon Housing & Community Services.
Los agricultores de Oregon enfrentan una capacidad de cama reducida como resultado de las nuevas pautas de OSHA sobre el espaciamiento de la cama. Esto reducirá la cantidad de camas en los campos de trabajo en todo Oregon. Estos fondos están destinados a proporcionar refugio alternativo para los trabajadores agrícolas en todo Oregon durante las diversas cosechas. Llame al 1-855-215-6158 y seleccione Safe Sheltering of Farmworkers en la opción de menu.
Actualización del nuevo programa: Refugio seguro y alivio de alquiler para trabajadores agrícolas El programa ahora permite asistencia con el alquiler, los servicios públicos y otros servicios.
Fondos provistos por Oregon Housing & Community Service.
Klamath Family Head Start Guide to a Hybrid Model of Learning
While in-person classrooms are limited to 10 children, we do offer part-day and full-day modules during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will continue to support families with Virtual Learning Services, through the outreach of teachers and other support staff.
We will use a combination of phone calls, video calls, texts and emails to support our families. Families will move between service models depending on each classroom’s individual circumstances.
For example, if a classroom needs to close due to a confirmed COVID case, the classroom would begin virtual services. When community health conditions indicate it is safe to do so, classrooms will transition back to the previous hybrid service model. Virtual Classes may also have an opportunity to change service models as community safety conditions improve.