Due to a scheduling error, all buses may be up to 15 minutes late today.
over 4 years ago, Jason Davis
The 2019-2020 school year calendar has been adopted!
over 4 years ago, Jason Davis
2019-2020 school year calendar
Ms. D’s Construction Class on KEZI. Featured on this week’s edition of Skilled to Work. Great job! https://www.kezi.com/content/features/Students-take-to-skate-park-to-test-out-skateboard-designs-510836451.html
over 4 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Ms. D’s Construction class field trip to Washington-Jefferson Skate Park to test out their projects. Some great boards and skaters!
over 4 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Skating student.
Skating student
Skating student
McKenzie in the concrete by a park feature.
Senior walk this morning! Class of 2019 taking a victory lap.
over 4 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Class of 2019 walking through the Elementary.
Reminder that we will be in session this Friday. See you then!
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
The calm before the storm. Market Night is tonight at 5:30 pm! See you there!
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Old Gym set up for Market Night.
Entrepreneurship/Marketing students are busy preparing for their Market Night. Products include bracelets, candles and more. Market Night will be Wednesday, May 22nd from 5:30 to 8:00 pm in the old gymnasium. Visit www.marketnight.org for more information. Remember all profits go to students scholarship funds.
almost 5 years ago, Corey Culp
7th Grade students participated in Canopy Connections at HJ Andrews Experimental Forest today. Thanks to all of the staff and volunteers who helped make this an enriching and memorable learning activity for all!
almost 5 years ago, Brent Meister
Students climbing tree
McKenzie is hiring! Fall and Winter Coaching Positions as well as one Elementary teaching position. https://www.mckenziesd.org/o/mckenzie-school-district/browse/39415
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Reminder: McKenzie will be closed tomorrow. Due to the lack of response, no breakfast or lunch will be offered at the school. If you are are in need of food assistance for the day, please call 541-822-3338.
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Here is McKenzie Chamber Choir performing with 600 other choir students from across the county! https://drive.google.com/open?id=1M9c14tQLo0HPJQvkusyeutTVie81JwYM
almost 5 years ago, Jamie Sieminski
Reminder: School will not be in session next Wednesday May 8th. If your student would benefit from breakfast and lunch at the school that day, please call 541-822-3338 or let your student's teacher know so we can plan accordingly.
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
The parts for the new playground arrived today! Looking forward to installing it this summer!
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Unloading the new playground components.
Unloading the new playground components. Lifting large pallet over fence and through a gate.
Placing components near their future home.
5th and 6th grade students selling raffle tickets for a beautiful student-designed quilt to benefit Outdoor School at the Fisherman’s Breakfast in Leaburg. They are heading to the Wooden Boat Festival this afternoon.
almost 5 years ago, Brent Meister
Selling tickets
McKenzie Middle and High School Parents and Students, Please help Lane ESD shape Career Technical Education Education in Lane County and enter to win a gift card. Take the survey here: https://lesd.link/RCTE_Par_Stu
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
The Government class visited the Oregon State Capitol today and met with their local representative, Cedric Hayden.
almost 5 years ago, McKenzie ASB
McKenzie High School Prom is getting underway in Vida!
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Students and staff visit outside of Prom.
McKenzie’s favorite green bear, Sluggo was here today to get students excited about reading and his Home Run Reading Challenge!
almost 5 years ago, Lane Tompkins
Sluggo and his sidekick prepare to fight crime.
Mrs. López played the villain Umpire who stole home base.
Our 8th grade Social Studies class visited the Lane County History Museum! The students found information to use in their McKenzie River history projects. The museum staff said they were one of the most engaged and polite group of students to visit the museum. Go Eagles!
almost 5 years ago, Corey Christensen