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ISAT Testing Window for Kellogg Middle School April 12-30

Below are the bell schedules during the testing window. Please make every attempt to limit your child's absences from school during this time and encourage them to get lots of rest and eat healthy. Also, please make sure their chromebook is charged before they come to school each day. Thank you!

What's Happening

  • April 12 - ISAT testing begins

  • April 28 - KMS Track meet - 4:00 p.m. @ KMS Track


Middle School Credit Requirements

Students and parents should be aware that the Idaho State Department of Education requires that seventh and eighth grade students earn 80% of the total credits attempted. Additionally, they cannot fail both semesters of the same class. For a Kellogg Middle School student this means they cannot have more than two semester "F" grades or two semester "F" grades in the same subject.

Semester grades are the final grades for the January and June report cards. Students who do not earn the required credits will repeat the grade or need to recover credits in summer school before being promoted to the next grade. Parents are encouraged to track grades on the Skyward system or by having regular communication with the school.

Please contact Mrs. Cheney, the counselor, or Mr. Davidian, the principal if you have any questions about credits. Mrs. Absec, the secretary, has the information for setting up parent Skyward accounts.


Upcoming Events

Applications for free & reduced price meals may be submitted any time throughout the school year. To apply, an application is available at your child's school or the district office. It can also be found on the Nutrition Services website here:

All applications are strictly confidential and only viewed by the school lunch director. The applications are protected to prevent any kind of discrimination or breach of confidentiality.

Kellogg Middle School has been an Accredited School since 1988, a Merit School since 2000 and was an Exemplary School from 1998-1999 and again from 2000-2004.

Merit status is awarded to schools that show they significantly exceed the State Accreditation Standards and the status is awarded for two years.

Exemplary status is awarded to schools with a program which serves as a pattern or example, conforming to an ultimate form of excellence.

Snow or Ice Storm Closure Information

Students and parents can check the latest snow (or ice storm) closure information by calling 208-786-2071 or by checking the KSD home page. If schools are closed, this is the first place it will be announced.

Announcements will also be found on the three major Spokane television stations (KHQ, KXLY and KREM) and a host of AM and FM radio stations including KVNI (1080AM).