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  • February 16, 2018  Morning Announcements


    Any students who received an AVID application this year, please turn it in to the main office by this Friday, before break.


    Are you ready?????  Today is the 2nd Pep Assembly of the year!  Get ready to sing your hearts out and cheer on your classmates!  See you in the gym this afternoon!


    It’s showtime for the Kellogg Theatre Crew! Tickets are on sale now for Kellogg’s production of Madagascar Jr.   Showtimes are March 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th and it’s $8 for adults, $5 for kids or ASB. Get your tickets from Ms. Warfield in the business office, it’s sure to be crack-a-lackin!


    Attention all power rangers! Our February meeting will be on Tuesday the 27th. So mark your calendars for GSA on the 27th for February. Go! Go! Power Rangers!


    Today is the second day for 2 vs 2 basketball tournament.  It will be during lunch after you get released.  I will have the brackets posted in the lunchroom.  You can come and watch the games in the gym, as well.  If you have any questions, contact Waldo.  Good Luck!


    Attention All Students: Please note that the breakfast line will be closed at 8:25 AM. Again, once the morning bell rings at 8:25 the kitchen will close. If you want breakfast, please get in line when you get to campus, and do not delay. Waiting to get breakfast causes you to be late to class which is not cool. Thanks!


    In Sports News:


    The 7th grade girls returned to the court yesterday against Gateway for their 3rd game of the week.  The game went back and forth all the way to the end. Trailing by 2 points with 9 seconds left in the game the girls set up for one final play.  A shot to win the game narrowly missed as the girls battled to the final buzzer.  All around probably the best game of the week.  Great rebounding and defense, better passing and ball handling, and a never give up attitude has the girls primed for a successful second half of the season.  Have a great break and see you on the court next Monday.


    Your 8th grade Knights battled against a strong shooting Gateway team last night. After going back and forth in the first quarter, shots began falling for the the Guardians and your Knights fell behind 10 points going into half time. Hope was not lost as the team rallied, returning to the floor and turning up the intensity playing solid defense and dominating the boards on both sides of the court. The Knights found their confidence offensively and built their way back up, regaining the lead and never let up, securing the 47-37 win! Mila Friesch had a great night knocking down 15 points! Anais Kagarabi busted out aggressive play in the paint in the second half scoring 11 points! It was a big team win and everyone contributed. Great job Knights!


    A reminder to all Wrestlers: If you haven’t paid your $20 Sports Fee, it is due BEFORE your first match on March 6th!
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  • Madagascar Jr.

    Madagascar Jr.

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  • Volunteers Opportunity March 8th and 9th.
    Kids in Medicine: The 7th-grade science teachers need parent help for the Kids in Medicine pig-heart dissection lesson on Thursday and Friday, March 8-9. This hands-on science program brings lab-type activities to schools. At Kellogg, all 7th-grade science students will participate. If you would like to volunteer at Kellogg please sign-up use here.

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  • Free Tax Help

    United Way of King County will help you file your taxes for free. 

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  • Kellogg Middle School Selected for $10,000 Best Starts for Kids Grant

    Kellogg Middle School was recently announced as a Trauma-Informed and Restorative Practice Grant recipient through King County’s Best Starts for Kids. The goal of the $10,000 grant is to create what is referred to as a trauma-informed school, where the faculty, staff and students have the skills and tools needed to create environments where children facing unpredictable, ongoing stress or trauma in their lives feel safe. These environments build resilience so that all students are better able to bounce back when facing adversity.

    “We are specifically looking at the impact of stress and trauma on students in regards to academic success, attendance and discipline referrals,” explained Kellogg Principal Heather Hiatt. “We will be using the resources to create support systems for these students, such as restorative justice practices, adult mentors, professional development in culturally relevant teaching practices, and the impact that traumatic experiences can have on adolescent brain development.”

    Hiatt hopes to see the grant support a reduction in absences, discipline and suspensions, and an increase in student achievement.

    About Best Starts for Kids

    Voters in 2015 approved a six-year levy proposed by Executive Constantine to fund Best Starts for Kids, an initiative to help put every baby born and every child raised in King County on a path toward lifelong success.

    It invests in the promotion, prevention, and early intervention strategies that promote healthier, more resilient children, youth, families and communities. It is considered the most comprehensive approach to early childhood development in the United States, starting with prenatal support, sustaining the gain through teenage years, and investing in safe, healthy communities that reinforce progress.

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