Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District release

Message from Superintendent Jon Ray, 

Effective today, we are required to take immediate health and safety measures involving remediation due to mold. These health and safety measures also include immediately evacuation and closure of several classrooms, cafeterias and kitchens that will affect all campuses. Therefore, we are forced to cancel school for all of next week. Again, there will be no school for students, Monday, February 8 through Friday, February 12. Due to a previous scheduled holiday, we also do not have school the following week February 15-21. All schools will resume their normal schedule on Monday, February 22.

We will be holding a press conference and community meeting regarding these closures this Monday, February 8, 11 a.m., at Hoopa Valley High School’s gymnasium. As for your individual school, expect another announcement from your Principal about a parent/community meeting discussing how these closures affect your campus.

As a father and a family man, I have an understanding how this affects all of us. Please be assured, we are acting in the best interest of our students and staff. Thank you for your time and patience during this incredibly challenging time.

List of KTJUSD schools from its website:

  • Hoopa Valley High School
  • Hoopa Valley Elementary School
  • Trinity Valley Elementary School
  • Orleans Elementary School
  • Weitchpec Yurok Magnet/Elementary School
  • Jack Norton Elementary School
  • Captain John Continuation High School
  • Two Rivers - Rivers Edge Community Day School