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    Kettle Falls Middle School will not have school May 27th to observe Memorial Day.




    Build a Better World - May 3rd is  Build a Better World Day.  This is an event that all EL Learning schools take part in by completing several service projects through out the day.  This year Kettle Falls Middle School will have service projects on Thursday for 6th graders and Friday for the entire middle school.  Please watch social media on Friday, May 3rd for updates on our students helping the community.


    Bike to School Day -  May 8th is National Bike to School Day.  Kettle Falls Middle School students will meet at Happy Dell Park at 8:30 am on Wednesday, May 8th and ride with supervision to the Middle School.  HELMETS are REQUIRED.  Please see Kettle Falls School District Bike to School Day Flyer for more information.


    ASB Nominations -  Kettle Falls Middle School Nominations for the 2019-20 ASB executive board will be May 1st - May 7th.  The ASB executive board consists of a President (open to incoming 8th Graders only); and Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary (open to incoming 7th and 8th graders).  Please see Spring 2019  Kettle Falls M.S. ASB Nomination Form for more information.


    SBAC Testing - Kettle Falls Middle School SBAC testing will begin May 6th and end June 7th.  Please refer to the Middle School Calendar for the grade level testing days.




    Teaching Kids to be Upstanders - Kettle Falls Middle School has added a newsletter for middle school students highlighting bullying types and what students can do when they encounter those behaviours.  Please review the attached Kettle Falls Spring 2019 Newsletter.



    Middle School Football Camp - Kettle Falls Middle School Football Coaches are offering a football camp in June to incoming 7th and 8th graders.  Please see M.S. Football Camp Registration for more information and to register.




    Cold and flu season is here, please make sure you are reminding your kids to wash hands often and cover up nose and mouth with a tissue when sneezing, coughing, and/or blowing their nose.


    Parents please keep your kids home when your child has the following symptoms:

    • Fever
    • Trouble Breathing
    • Diarrhea
    • Vomiting
    • Body Rash
    • Lice
    • Chicken Pox
    • Ear pain with fever
    • Scabies
    • Sore throat with fever
    • Eyes red with thick mucus


    Cases of mumps and measles have been increasing in the US and in Washington State. There was a large mumps outbreak in our region in 2016. Measles cases are reported nearly every year in Washington State, currently there is an outbreak occurring in Clark County Washington with 23 confirmed cases reported in 2019.  Please see the Measles Fact Sheets link for more details.

    Measles Facts Link




    Parents - we would like to remind you that Federal Lunch Forms are available throughout the school year and we encourage families who have had a change in their employment status, such as the federal employees who have been affected by the government shut-down, to apply for free or reduced lunches.  If you have any questions, please contact our office at 738-6725 or the KFSD office at 738-6625. 




    This year our students are being encouraged to wear the following apparel:

    Mondays-Pink apparel in support of breast cancer awareness

    Wednesdays- College or Military gear in support of our college preparedness program GearUP

    Fridays-Bulldog gear to show our Bulldog Pride 




    To reach the schools directly, please dial:

    Elementary – 738-6725

    Middle School – 738-6014

    High School – 738-6388

    Bus Garage – 738-6825

    If you would like to have the option of selecting an extension,

    please dial the Kettle Falls School District Office at 738-6625

    and you will reach the district recording allowing you to select a certain extension.




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  • Finished Scarf!

    Allison Warner, 7th grader, is the first to finish her knitted scarf in the Opportunity’s knitting class!

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  • Testing Robotic Skills

    thand 6thGraders test their robotic skills during Mr. Ballance’s science class. Challenge 1 was a programming assignment.

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  • Knitting!

    These amazing students in Opportunities are learning how to cast on, knit and purl, and bind-off in Ms. Elquest’s knitting class.

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  • Refugee Experience

    Eighth grade students are quietly concentrating as they research, reread, and write about the Refugee Experience: Fleeing and Finding Home Again.

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