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  •  September 20, 2019


    Hello Kellogg! 

    Hang Time is back with new clubs.  We are starting Tuesday, September 24th.  If you haven't turned in your registration form you have time.  Please stop by the hang time office or hang out with staff at lunch today.  Go Knights!

    Do you have ideas for stories, poems, narratives or comics? Wish you could get the creative ideas out of your head and into the world? Creative Writing Club is coming to Kellogg! Judgment free zone, no required assignments...just ideas and free-flowing creative expression. Join us from 3:15-4:15 on Thursdays starting September 26. No experience required! 


    Quiet study is open and ready for business! Need a place during lunch to finish an assignment? Get help from a teacher? Use a computer for school assignments? Quiet study is open every day during 7th grade lunch and Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday during 8th grade lunch. Come into room 801 off of the lunch room if Quiet Study is for you.


    Attentions all Book Lovers! The Kellogg 7th and 8th grade Book Club will be starting up on Wednesday, September 25th in the library during tutorial. We will read great books from different genres and talk about plots, characters, and themes. The perfect social time. Try it out!  Clipboards are in the library. Any questions, ask Ms. O’Connor or Ms. Good in the library. 

    Kellogg Cross Country’s first meet of the season!  All of the athletes ran their hearts out and showed some amazing sportsmanship.

    In the girls race, Kellogg took first place with a score of 21 points!! Followed by Alderwood Middle school at 53 points, and Eisenhower Middle School with 64 points.  Great job ladies!

    In the boys race Kellogg took first place with a score of 27 points!  Followed by Alderwood Middle School with 38 points, and Eisenhower Middle School at 55 points. Excellent work gentlemen!

    We will see you at practice today as we prepare for our first home meet next Wednesday!


    What does it mean to be a KNIGHT?  Knights leave their space and others better than they found them. 


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  • Kellogg Middle School Curriculum Night

    September 26, 2019

    6:30 – 8:30 pm

    We cordially invite you to join us for our upcoming Curriculum Night. We are excited about the 2019-20 school year and look forward to welcoming you on Thursday, September 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m.


    We believe that students learn best when the adults in their lives are working together to support learning. We are pleased that our families will be here to meet teachers, administrators, and staff and to learn about the curriculum in each class during this informative evening. Teachers will not be available this evening for individual conversations about your student, so please email teachers directly or call the main office at 206-393-4783 to schedule an appointment.


    Limited childcare will be available for children ages 2-10 during the evening in room 801. This evening is a non-student event since it is structured for parents and guardians to learn about how to support their Kellogg child.


    The evening program begins at 6:30pm in our cafeteria with an opportunity to meet Kellogg administrators and learn about our Hang Time, Math Olympiad/Competitions, and volunteer programs. Our PTSA will also present opportunities to be connected at Kellogg through PTSA membership, Trivia Night, Pass the Hat fundraiser, purchasing Kellogg swag, and getting involved in other fun upcoming events.


    The classroom rotation will start at 7:00pm and student schedules will be available if needed. Please note that we will not have a separate time slot this evening for our Tutorial period, and that the zero period session will begin at 6:15pm in the gym.

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