|Breaking Down the Walls | Oct 28 & 29|
BDTW is a national program that educates schools on violence prevention, positive leadership, equips students with skills to talk with one another and serves as a model to teach school culture. We invite students, staff and community members to become involved. Please contact Greg Kaas for more information on how to get involved.
Upcoming Kentlake College Visits
College of Idaho | Thursday, Oct 23 | 2nd Period
Gonzaga | Friday, Oct 24 | 4th Period
Montana State | Friday, Oct 24 | 6th Period
Pacific Lutheran University | Tuesday, Oct 28 | 5th Period
Opportunity for Volunteer Hours | November 8
On November 8th the STAR Laptop Program will distribute laptops at the Birch Creek Youth Recreation Center to families that qualify. Student volunteers help make this happen. Click here for the Volunteer Application and be a part of this community event.
Late Start Dates 2014-2015
September 10 | October 1 | December 3
January 14 | February 4 | March 4April 22 | May 13 | June 3
We are devastated to learn of the shooting that occurred this morning at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Kent Chamber of Commerce’s Manufacturing Our Future event showcased career opportunities in Kent.
What do those red and yellow flashing lights on a school bus mean? If you drive and you’re scratching your head pay attention...
Knowledge is a gift from one generation to the next, according to the Rotary Club of Kent. That was their mission at Scenic Hill Elementary School on Tuesday, October 14, when Rotary Club members delivered 99 new dictionaries to the school’s third graders.