Notice of Budget Completion and Adoption Hearing
Notice is hereby given by the Board of Directors of Kettle Falls School District No. 212 that the 2019-20 budget will be complete not later than July 10, 2019 and placed on file by July 10, 2019 in the school district administration office, 325 East 3rdAvenue, Kettle Falls, WA. A copy of the budget will be furnished to any person who calls upon the district for it.
The Board of Directors will meet in a Regular Meeting held on Monday,
July 22, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of fixing and adopting the 2019-20school district budget. The hearing will be held in the Kettle Falls School Middle School. Any person may appear at the public hearing and be heard for or against any part of the Budget, the four year budget plan, or any purposed changes to the uses of enrichment funding under RCW 28A.505.240.
By order of the Board of Directors
July 1, 2019
Michael Olsen, Secretary
Michael Olsen - New Kettle Falls Superintendent
Please join us in welcoming Michael Olsen as the new Superintendent for the Kettle Falls School District. Michael is a Colfax High School graduate who is currently working at North Kitsap School District. Michael, his wife - who is a Kettle Falls graduate and their two kids are excited make their move to Kettle Falls.
ParaPro ETS Testing
Anyone interested in working as a para pro in the Kettle Falls School district will need to take the ParaPro ETS test prior to applying. We currently have 3 dates
set up over the summer to offer the test. The cost of taking the test is $55.
June 14th, 2019 9:00 a.m.
July 15th, 2019 1:00 p.m.
August 1, 2019 9:00 a.m.
Please call the District Office for questions or to register for a testing date. 738-6625, option 6.
Karen Krantz, outstanding teacher at Adams Elementary School in the Spokane Public Schools.
This project was created for North East Washington ESD 101. The goal was to open a window into the classrooms of some of the past recipients of the Teacher of the Year award. It’s called Teacher’s Voices and aimed to tell the teachers story in 101 seconds. The project was paid for by Spokane Teachers Credit Union.