Students picking blueberries at a local farm

Students pick blueberries at a local farm (Kings Valley Gardens) that they will turn into smoothies and muffins in their classes!

Students display their award ribbons for Grand Champion at the county and State Fairs, 4H Wildlife stewards

Congratulations!  Grand Champion at the Benton County and Oregon State Fair, 2019.  4-H Wildlife Stewards: Marine Science- Sharks and Lamprey

Students perform a class song at Morning Meeting

At the monthly "Morning Meeting" students perform for the whole school, practicing their ability to present to a larger audience and sharing their talents and skills. 

student models of the rainforest along with creative writing

Student Rainforest Projects decorate the hallway outside the grade 4/5 classroom- The class read "The Great Kapok Tree," then made their own rainforest models and wrote stories about them. 

Collage of students participating in Project Day activities

Students participate in Project Day classes led by staff and volunteers: sewing, flag making, chess, wilderness skills, games, cross stitch.  Sign up to lead or help next month!

Adult walking with student down a country road

Walking down the driveway at Bellweather Wool Company.  Lois's farm has lots to discover!

Student holding an apple snack that looks like a monster
Students buying and selling at Economics Fair 2018

Applying economic principles (advertising, marketing, supply & demand), as well as creativity at making products at the Economics Fair!  Grades 3-5 sell their products to grades K-2 (who apply their counting and money skills)

Felted wool wall hanging of forest, river, animals made by grades 4 and 5

Felted Wool Art made by grades 4/5 and Mrs. Lois (with the donation of wool from her sheep)

Students listening to a presentation by road workers about their tools and machines
Students listening to an electrical safety presention
Student learning to use hammer, nails, clamps and other tools
Oil paintings of mountain scenes, with trees, moon and stars

Students learned to paint landscapes with oils in Mrs. Kohanek's class.

Mr. Ellingson and students examine salmon eggs in an aquarium at KVCS

Mr. Ellingson and students observe salmon eggs being monitored by Ms. Zaback's class. When the eggs mature, they will be released by students into a local stream. 

students playing soccer on a beautiful day

Students playing soccer during PE on a beautiful day in Kings Valley!


Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians Logo




Congratulations to Mrs. Lodge and our KVCS students who were awarded a grant from the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund on Feb. 7, 2020.  This grant allowed 44 students in grades 3-5 and 15 chaperones to attend OMSI's Camp Gray, in Newport, to study ocean ecology. 

Read the news article and see photos here!






Our Classrooms

Supply Lists

KVCS supplies the basics for students for 2021-2022.  

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Elementary Head Teacher and Reading Specialist


Athena Lodge


Elementary Student Support Aides


Hailey Carter

Sierra Faoro

Nancy LaMunyon

Elementary Programs