Do you have a 3rd-12th grade Eagle interested in the exciting game of soccer? Check out our Soccer Camp! Join us July 15th-18th from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., where students will be in an active class of running, learning, and practicing the basics of soccer skills. Students will also learn the game and practice common training drills while scrimmaging in teams daily—no experience necessary. Transportation from home to school will be provided daily, and breakfast and lunch will also be served. Space is limited, so secure your spot with Lacey Joy at lacey.joy@mckenziesd.org or Lindsie Cline at lindsie.cline@mckenziesd.org. For additional information, call (541) 822-3315. Registration closes July 1st. We can’t wait to see you at camp!
2 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Soccer Camp promo.
Do you have a 3rd-12th grade Eagle interested in the fantastical world of Dungeons & Dragons? Look no further than our D & D/Board Games camp! Join us July 8th-11th from 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., where students will use their imagination and quick thinking to create characters and react to the fantasy world around them! Students will also have the opportunity to learn the basics of Chess and have time to play other board games, too—no experience necessary! Transportation from home to school will be provided daily, and breakfast and lunch will also be served. Space is limited to 18 students, so secure your spot with Lacey Joy at lacey.joy@mckenziesd.org or Lindsie Cline at lindsie.cline@mckenziesd.org. For additional information, call (541) 822-3315. Registration closes July 1st. We can’t wait to see you at camp!
2 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
D&D/Board Games camp announcement.
Senior Spotlight! Meet Jane Dellinger! While at McKenzie, Jane played basketball and golf and participated in track and field. She also served as the Associated Student Body Vice President (ASB). Her favorite memory from her time at McKenzie was in Mr. Day’s after-school fly-tying club in 8th grade. There, she learned about fly fishing, different fly patterns, and the life cycles of various fly species. After graduation, Jane will attend Oregon State University to study natural resources and later attend pilot school. She advises incoming students to develop close relationships with their peers and teachers and “Step out of your comfort zone, whether in sports, academically, or socially. My senior year has been full of fun things I never thought I would have done my freshman year of high school.” Congratulations, Jane!
5 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Photo of Jane Dellinger
🌞🍎 Free Summer Meals July 1st - August 20th, Monday to Thursday No sign-up, paperwork, or cost is required! Just show up and enjoy nutritious meals: 🍳 Breakfast: 8am-9am 🥪 Lunch: 11 am-12 pm
5 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Summer Meals
Attention McKenzie students and families! 🌞 Summer is here, and we're excited to share about the OSU Extension 4-H One Day Summer STEM Camp at the gym Please check out the attached flyer for details. Please share and spread the word!
6 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
4-H Summer Camp
As we reach the end of another incredible school year, we want to thank our Eagles and their families for their hard work and dedication in the classroom! The Senior Walk was a powerful reminder that the McKenzie River community is filled with support, enthusiasm, and encouragement for our students in every grade and our school at large! We hope this summer brings time spent with friends and loved ones and the chance to soak up the sunshine. We will see you in the fall! Go Eagles! 💚💛
9 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Students at Senior Walk
Students at Senior Walk
Students at Senior Walk
Students at Senior Walk
Students at Senior Walk
We are excited to announce that our Class of 2024 Eagles are ready to spread their wings and fly! The McKenzie River community could not be prouder of our graduates, and we cannot wait to see all they will accomplish as they step out into the world. Congratulations graduates!
11 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Students at graduation
Students at graduation
Students at graduation
Students at graduation
Students at graduation
Students at graduation
Students at graduation
Did you know that according to Oregon State University, “Students’ motivation and interest in learning is increased because of outdoor school?” This Classroom Curiosity is dedicated to our fifth graders who embarked on an exciting journey to the Outdoor School Adventure. Bringing the classroom to the outdoors was academically and socially rewarding for our students, and we are so proud of them for stepping out of their comfort zones and into the forest!
12 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Fifth graders at Outdoor School.
From Bill Gates to Phil Knight, Sacajawea to Captain William Clark, our fourth graders had an incredible time running their Wax Museum! Each student stood in as the “wax” replica of the person they chose to represent, accompanied by a “Push” button that prompted the students to act as their chosen person. Our Eagles and their families loved the chance to recreate and experience history in such a unique way!
12 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Photo of student at Wax Museum
Photo of student at Wax Museum.
Photo of student at Wax Museum.
Photo of student at Wax Museum.
Photo of student at Wax Museum.
Photo of student at Wax Museum.
Photo of student at Wax Museum.
Meet Griffin Withalm! During his time at McKenzie, Griffin played football and basketball and participated in track and field. After graduation, he will attend Oregon State University and major in finance. His advice to incoming students is to “not date in high school.” Congratulations, Griffin!
13 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Photo of Griffin.
Did you know that baby chicks are social creatures who develop their personalities, learn essential survival skills, and determine preferences with the help of their broodmates? The kindergartners had the chance to watch the exciting process of chick-hatching. While the chicks are officially headed for a new home, the memories made while watching them enter the world are an experience the kindergartners will never forget!
13 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Hatch Cam Classroom Curiosity.
June 10th- 13th Weekly Newsletter. Check out what's happening at MRCS this week! https://conta.cc/3yWQEiP
14 days ago, Niki Jones
MRCS Newsletter
Meet Thomas Hayes! During his time at McKenzie, Thomas assisted with the shed-building project and trail restoration. He also played football and basketball, participated in track and field, and was a member of the Robotics Club for two years. Congratulations, Thomas!
19 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Thomas Hayes senior spotlight.
With a total of $2400 raised and some student products selling out within the first thirty minutes, we are thrilled to announce that Market Night reached record-breaking sales! We are honored to be a part of such a wonderful community. Thank you to all who attended Market Night. Your generosity will allow the next generation of graduated Eagles to spread their wings and fly!
19 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Student at Market Night.
Product for sale at Market Night.
Student at Market Night.
Patrons at Market Night.
Product for sale at Market Night.
June 3rd-8th Weekly Newsletter. Check out what's happening at MRCS this week! https://conta.cc/4bP9lDK
21 days ago, Niki Jones
MRCS Newsletter
Thank you to everyone who attended Market Night! Market Night will be closing at 7pm. Thanks again for making Market Night a success!
24 days ago, District Office
Once again, congratulations to Corey Culp, who was named High School Technology Teacher of the Year. TechStart was on campus yesterday and presented him with his award and a $1,000 check.
25 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Technology Award
Our first, second, and third-grade students embarked on an underwater journey to see Finding Nemo Jr. at the Wildish Theater, presented by Rose Children’s Theater. The performance was full of exciting costumes, catchy tunes, and the chance for our students to make lasting memories with one another. We loved that they got to experience the arts and ask questions of the performers after the show.
26 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Finding Nemo field trip images.
Did you know that nearly 40 birds of prey from the Pacific Northwest live at the Cascades Raptor Center? On a recent field trip, kindergarteners got up close and personal with the resident birds, learning about their mannerisms, what they eat, and their habitats. This included seeing a Great Horned Owl! They also had the chance to view all sorts of raptors in the park. We love that our students had such a fantastic time and got to experience Classroom Curiosity in the real world!
26 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Raptor Center field trip images.
McKenzie Families, Our phones are down on campus. If you need to reach the school please call the Elementary cell at 458-239-3699 or MS/HS cell at 458-239-3718
26 days ago, Jennifer Richardson
Phones Down