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Klamath Union High School

Home of the Pelicans!

***2020-2021 Sports Calendar Changes by OSAA (August 5, 2020)***

The OSAA Association Year will officially begin on August 31 running through December 27, 2020 in Season 1.  This allows member school students and coaches, at the discretion of the local school district, to participate in any OSAA-sanctioned activity permitted by directives from the Governor’s Office, OHA and ODE.  This participation may include conditioning, practices and interscholastic competitions in those permitted activities provided schools adhere to OSAA policies. OSAA policies regarding out‐of‐season coaching limitations have been waived during Season 1 with the caveat that
student participation in these sports cannot be required.  All other OSAA rules and policies remain in effect at this
time.

The OSAA’s new calendar provides for three distinct seasons from late December to late June with limited overlap between seasons.  Traditional Winter activities will take place in January and February (Season 2), followed by Fall activities in March and April (Season 3), with Spring activities occurring in May and June (Season 4).  Each season will feature an equitable 7-week regular season, with adjusted contest limitations, followed by an OSAA Culminating Week.  Specific plans for culminating week events will be developed in conjunction with member schools in the coming months in alignment with large group gathering guidelines issued by the state.

Welcome to Klamath Union High School

Klamath Union, or KU as it’s locally known, is a comprehensive high school with a long and distinguished history of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics. First built in 1928, an extensive $50 million remodel was completed in 2019, creating modern improvements and state-of-the-art facilities for teaching and learning. Athletic improvements include new artificial turf on Modoc Field, resurfaced track and tennis courts, and creation of an additional gymnasium for classes and competitions. KU’s historic Pel Court has been restored to its original beauty and design.

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