Our hallways often display interesting and lovely work!
4/5 Bulletin Board of Native American Art
Bulletin board of first grade art -  scarecrows and gingerbread men
Bulletin Board of Kindergarten Art -  Penguins
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)

Oil paintings of mountain scenes, with trees, moon and stars

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

Observing salmon eggs in an aquarium at KVCS

Observing salmon eggs as they develop. When the eggs mature, they will be released by students into a local stream. 


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!






KVCS Title IX Information

Kari-Anne Gonzalez:  Title IX Coordinator and Investigator 

Athena Lodge: Decision Maker

Diana Barnhart: Appeals

Title IX Grievance Process (link to google doc)

Our Classrooms

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All-School Handbook 22-23

Elementary Student Support Aides



Nancy LaMunyon

Elementary Programs