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  • October 16, 2017 Morning Announcements

    8th graders: If you are applying for the Peer Mediator program your application is due today by 3pm.


    Attention all student that would like to learn how to sew, or would enjoy sewing with other friends.  Sewing club will start Tuesday October 17th during Hangtime.  Come and decide what your first project will be.  Mark your calendar and enjoy being creative and making fun items every other Tuesday.


    Attention all those interested in joining the GSA club: Since we have early release this Thursday, the first meeting will be on the 19th. Mrs. Arnoldi apologizes for the delay.

    Interested in joining Boy’s Basketball or Girl’s Volleyball?? Try-outs start Friday, November 3rd and run through the 8th. Make sure you have your ASB fee paid and your Sport’s Packet filled out and turned into Ms. Keele in the main office.


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  • October 12th is a half day for Kellogg

    Schedule for the day will be:

    Period 0          7:40-8:25

    Period 1          8:30-8:58 

    Period 2          9:02-9:25   

    Period 3          9:29-9:52

    Period 4         9:56-10:19 

    Period 5         10:23-10:46

    Period 6         10:50-11:15

    Busses will leave Kellogg at 11:20


    October 13th is a Non Student Day.


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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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