Kellogg Middle School


Press Release

From: Woody Woodford, Superintendent; Sheriff Gunderson, Sheriff; Chief Wuolle,

Kellogg Police Department Chief; and Jan Bayer, Kellogg Middle School Principal

The safety of our students and staff in the Kellogg School District remains our number one priority. Last night an arrest was made and a juvenile is in custody for making threats of violence toward Kellogg Middle School. The Shoshone County Sheriff's Department, Kellogg Police Department, Shoshone County Prosecutor's Office, and Kellogg School District personnel are working collaboratively to ensure the safety of our students and staff.

There will be a parents meeting tonight Tuesday, March 6th at 6:00 p.m. in the KMS library to address recent security issues.

Please plan to attend if you have questions. Thank you.

As Americorp VISTA members, working as volunteer coordinators, we are striving to create a community wide volunteer program that will work with, and serve local students. We are establishing a volunteer program, Valley Volunteers! We know that volunteers bring unique talents and skills that are needed in our community and in our school district. Attached is a link to our Valley Volunteer Contact Form. This will allow us to contact you, find your interests, and to connect you with the perfect volunteer task.

We look forward to working with you as part of our team of people who desire to produce a positive culture change in our community!

Please visit our website~

Susan Hall

Shayleen Jerome

KMS Daily Schedule

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 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 KWAL (620AM) and KVNI (1080AM).