Please extend a warm congratulations to the Senators Elect! (And also to the students who worked so hard who didn’t get elected too..)
KMS Class of 2021 Senators!
SC Class of 2020 Senators!
FORMS ALSO AVAILABLE IN THE MAIN OFFICE
The date on the Friday Knight Live is incorrect:
KMS Yearbooks are on sale now! You can purchase them online or at Ms. Warfield’s window before school, at lunch, or after school.
With ASB – $25.00
Without ASB – $28.00
*Fees and fines must be cleared in order to receive your yearbook
Stop by or call the business office 206-393-1979 if you are unsure if you have a fee or fine!
Don’t miss out, these are a great reminder of how far you have come and where you are going!
Thank you to everyone that came out and supported KMS Track yesterday – it was a beautiful day!
Next track meet for KMS is Thursday, May 12th at 3:45 right here at Kellogg vs our next door neighbors…..EINSTEIN! Come cheer them on!
Click here to sign up with PTSA for
Teacher Appreciation Week
Next week at Kellogg – May 9 thru May 13th!
Heather Hiatt has been selected as the principal of Kellogg Middle School, pending school board approval, Superintendent Rebecca Miner announced today. She will replace Lisa Gonzalez who recently accepted an offer to become the principal at Shorecrest High School at the end of the school year.
Heather joined Shorecrest this past August after serving as an assistant principal at Woodinville High School since 2012. She began her career in education in 1999 as a middle school science teacher at College Place Middle School in Edmonds. She has also served as a science teacher at Squalicum High School in Bellingham and Shorewood High School.
“Heather brings a wealth of experience and knowledge that will support high levels of success for Kellogg’s students and staff,” said Superintendent Rebecca Miner. “She has helped lead some very important initiatives in her previous roles, including staff instructional development and aligning instructional frameworks to meet learning standards.”
Heather’s selection followed an extensive search and interview process involving student, staff and community representation.
Heather completed her master’s degree in teaching at the University of Washington and her principal’s certification at Western Washington University. She also holds bachelor degrees in science and psychology from Seattle University and the University of Oregon respectively.