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    Families Encouraged to Return Income Information for School Meal Programs

     

     

    While all students may be provided meals at no charge to them during school year 2021–2022, it is critical that eligible families complete the family income information this fall.

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    OLYMPIA—September 22, 2021—Many students across Washington state rely on school meals to meet their nutritional needs. As the economic impacts of COVID-19 continue, more students are eligible to receive meals at no charge to their families.

     

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    COVID Protocols for KFSD

     

     

     

     

     

    Kettle Falls School District follows COVID protocols outlined by Tri County Health. Please call the district office if you have any questions. 

     

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    Response From WA Superintendents to Department of Health Update.

     

     

     

     

    Kettle Falls School District Family,

     

    Earlier today several news media sources shared a letter to the governor regarding masking. This letter was signed by 40 different school district superintendents. Unfortunately, Kettle Falls School District was not included. It was our intent to join the other school districts; unfortunately, our signature was not added before it was sent to the governor. For those that have not seen the letter, it is included below.

     

    Throughout all of this, we have sought ways to advocate for our students, our families, our staff and our community. When the governor mandated masks and OSPI threatened funding, we asked our legal counsel about their authority to do those things. When we learned that OSPI recommended to the governor that he mandate vaccinations for all of our employees, we sent a message to Superintendent Reykdal asking him to reconsider that request. We met with him over Zoom and reiterated that he rescind that request. And, again, we checked with our legal counsel to find out what authority Governor Inslee has to mandate these things. Unfortunately, we learned that the gubernatorial mandates carry the weight of law, not following them could bankrupt our district and the school board could be held personally liable.  

     

    Those that have attended our recent board meetings have heard our school board talk about how they disagree with the mask mandate. We have talked about seeking support from our legislators to make changes at the State level. We have reached out to our legislators and asked them to come and talk with us. To advocate for our community. In early September, Senator Shelly Short will be meeting with our school board and a group of community members to hear our concerns, to learn our story and to be able to represent us in the upcoming legislative session.

     

    We all want what is best for our students and our community. We are all in this together.     

     

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    Thank you,

    Michael Olsen

    Superintendent

    Kettle Falls School District

     

     


     

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    SafeSchools Alert

     

     

    Kettle Falls School District is excited to offer a new opportunity for families, students, and community members to communicate with us. We continue to look for other ways to expand and improve our lines of communication, and Safe Schools Alert will allow folks to easily tell us about any concerns they might have or ask questions. The more information we have, the better able we will be to help and support our students and their families.

     

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    Kettle Falls School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:

     

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    Julie Peterson, HR

    Address: PO Box 458 Kettle Falls, WA 99141

    Telephone Number: 509.738.6625

    Email: jpeterson@kfschools.org

     

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    Greg Price, Special Education Director

    Address: PO Box 458 Kettle Falls, WA 99141

    Telephone Number: 509.738.6625

    Email: gprice@kfschools.org

     

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    Michael Olsen, Superintendent

    Address: PO Box 458 Kettle Falls, WA 99141

    Telephone Number: 509.738.6625

    Email: molsen@kfschools.org

     

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