School News

Another Student Drop Off/Pick Up Day to Take Place in August

If you were unable to drop off KMS items and pick up your student's items during our scheduled time in June, we will be having an evening in August for you to come do the exchange.  Date and time to be determined - we will post it on the website and send out an email.

Please put aside and save all KMS textbooks and library books to return at that time. Thank you and have a safe summer.

 

Students posing next to a chalk drawing

Our district has a number of resources to support families during the summer months. These include online summer enrichment and learning resources, community assistance resources, and free summer meals.

Attention! Road sign

Typically, as part of our 5th to 6th grade transition we offer a parent information night to all incoming parents.  We usually hold this night on campus and invite parents to come and learn about the different aspects of Kenmore Middle School, and what makes this a great place for you to send your kids.  This year we do not have the luxury of hosting this evening in person, but would like to invite you to join us virtually for a modified presentation.  

1.     Brief introduction from me, the Principal 
2.     Information from our Counselors 
3.     Q&A session to wrap up the evening  

Book with a pair of glasses sitting on it.

Although King County Library System buildings are closed, the KCLS Online Library remains open and available to Northshore School District Students 24/7. Students can start at kcls.org/students or go directly to the individual KCLS apps and databases via the links in the Online Library. Users will find access to films, documentaries, newspapers, magazines, tutoring, audiobooks, eBooks, dictionaries and encyclopedias, online classes, World Language content, online testing, and more. 

The student account login for Northshore School District is 417 followed by each student's unique school ID number. The PIN is the last four numbers of the school ID.

Please, do not log in from the My KCLS/login at the top of the KCLS homepage, the Student Accounts will not work from there.

Having trouble with a KCLS school account or the databases or apps? Contact KCLS librarians and information staff by phone or by chat; go to kcls.org/ask.

"20/20 Visionaries" Students of Color Conference

Dear Northshore School District Middle and High Schools, 

The Northshore School District Equity and Diversity Department is announcing “20/20 Visionaries”, the District’s inaugural students of color conference. This conference will be held on Thursday, March 26th from 8:45am – 1:45pm at Cascadia College.

PURPOSE: The purpose of “20/20 Visionaries” is to create intentional space for Northshore students of color to engage in positive identity development, build community and collaborate with one another, meet and work with educators and community partners who share similar backgrounds and identities, and learn more about various college and career paths.

Due to limited venue capacity, there is a cap for how many students at each school can attend the conference (36 students per high school, 18 students per middle school, and eight students at SAS). The final selection process has yet to be determined. (Lottery vs. First come first serve)