Daily Announcement

March 22, 2019




Monday-Dress as your favorite band/music genre

Tuesday-Monocromatic, One color
Wednesday-Opposite day
Thursday-Favorite team/sport day
Friday-Hawaiian Day

Have you been listening? Beginning Monday, we’ve been giving you a different Space Fact everyday, in preparation for our space-themed dance on Thursday, March 28th. Make sure to listen to these facts, because they could win you a prize! During the dance, we will have space-themed trivia and these facts will be a part of it (plus more)! So, make sure to keep your ears open, and it might pay off.




In addition to that, there is a poster in the lunchroom where you can add song requests to be played at the dance. There are a few rules; 1. They must be on theme, and 2. They must be school appropriate. We will be checking the poster after lunches, so make sure that you treat them well! We can’t wait to see you all at the dance!


The Kellogg Wrestling team faced off against Einstein yesterday in an epic match.  Although they came up just short, your knights wrestled like champions. Winning for Kellogg were George Fernandez, Kaiju Ferguson, Porter Lewis, Peter Grimm, Matthew Curtis, Ryder Baldwin, Jessie Gigrich, and Jacob Smith.  Great job Knights!


Their creepy and they’re kooky. Mysterious and spooky. They’re all together ooky.

The Addams family

Their house is a museum, When people come to see 'em, They really are a screum

The Addams family.

Make sure and get your tickets for the Kellogg production that will open on Friday, March 29, 7:00 p.m. at Shorecrest High School. The show will continue Saturday and Sunday. Matinees will be on Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $5 for students and can be purchased at the door or through Brown Paper Tickets.

Ms. Pettersen and Ms. Jarvis are proud to announce the semi-finalists for the 2019 Letters about Literature contest. This year 1327 letters were submitted by Washington State students, 589 students in grades 7-8 submitted letters in Level 2.  Of those, 81 are advancing to the final round. The state winner will be chosen from those 81 semifinalists in April. Kellogg has an incredible 12 of the 81 semi-finalists. Congratulations to:

Hazel Beatty-Witt

Abbie Krawczyk

Jake Whitaker

Lyra Beebe

Angelica Blidchenko

Juan Li Van

Giselle Wall

Ximena Cruz

Hank Rohs

Nancy Bui

Jerry Chen

Fatima Camara


Attention all Kellogg Tracksters: Spring has sprung and it is now time to sprint to the main office and pick up an athletic packet for the upcoming Kellogg Track season starting April 1st. Everyone needs to come out for this fun and amazing sport! Don’t let any hurdles get in your way and quickly run, jump or throw your way to the office to get those track forms handed off to you. You are running out of time so get those forms turned in! Relay this urgent message to your friends. If you have any questions, Coaches Hoehna, Warfield, Gould, Wiedeman, Johnson, Norton, Culver, or Bennet and possible Lorbieki will be happy to answer them. Go Knights!


SPRING FEVER IS HERE!  Literally. Lots of students are coming to school sick and going home ill with fevers.  If you are sick, PLEASE stay at home!! School policy is that you must be fever free (without medication) for 24 hours before returning to school.   Thank you - Nurse Kelley.