School News

Student Device Collection

All district-owned computers, tablets, and hotspots that have been assigned to students during the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school year (Chromebooks, MacBooks, iPads, Hotspots) must be returned to school by June 18, 2021. Families will return devices to the current school of enrollment, regardless of where that device came from. All components must be returned by June 18, 2021. This includes the device, charging cord, and any cases that were provided for device protection.



This will be the FINAL opportunity to purchase a yearbook for this school year!

When? June 1 – June 18 
Price? $15.00 
Where to buy? Online: 

Scholarships available. Please contact your counselor for information. 

If you are in need of your TouchBase login information (required for this online purchase), please email -or-  

High School Cheer

Interested in IHS or BHS Cheer? Meetings and deadlines approaching soon so contact the following coaches as soon as possible for more information.

Inglemoor:  Contact Mckenzie Merrill at or Jen Ross at jross2@nsd.

The application packet and details will also be added to the IHS website (

Bothell: Contact Andy Gault at or Rachel Quackenbush at

Click below for information:

Schedule for Memorial Day week

Schedule for the 2 weeks surrounding Memorial Day. Starting on Monday 5/24 until Friday 6/4.

~ There will be no school on Friday, May 28th.
~ There will be no school on Memorial Day, Monday May 31st. 

Book with a pair of glasses sitting on it.

One FINAL Yearbook Pre-Sale is coming soon! This will be your LAST OPPORTUNITY to purchase a yearbook. Please continue to check back here for those dates. Sale dates will also be included in our weekly Email Blasts (sent out each Wednesday), as well as in our 'Good Morning Kenmore' student announcements. Stay tuned! 

If you are in need of your TouchBase login information (required for this online purchase), please email -or-

Thank you!

School/Hybrid Learning

A Message from the Principal

Good evening, 

I hope this enews finds you well and enjoying the last few days before Spring Break.  We are feverishly working to prepare for students to return to campus on the 19th.  Staff have been on campus today and will continue to be on campus tomorrow and Friday, in an effort to prepare classrooms for students once again.  I have talked with several staff (with my mask on and from a safe distance ) and every one of them expressed their excitement to be back on campus and preparing for students.  We hope your students are as excited as our staff.

This week you should have received two communications, an email Monday evening with details of our reopening, and a letter regarding which Hybrid group your student(s) have been assigned to went out last night.  If you did not see either of these communications, please check your junk folder, as both contain information you will hopefully find valuable.  Also, in an effort to keep you informed, our KMS re-opening webpage is live and can be accessed from the quick link button on our KMS homepage.  You will find additional information as it becomes available, and we will update it throughout our re-opening this Spring.  

I do want to thank all of you for your understanding and well wishes as we get ready to welcome students back to campus, unlike we have ever done before.  I feel good about our transition plans, but also know that some adjustments may need to happen as we bring kids back and see things live.  Know that we are opening schools with a primary filter being how to keep our students and staff safe, and doing so in an equitable manner, and will continue to use these as the lenses we look through.  

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out.

Go Colts!!!

Bryan Stutz


Here are some updates we are ready to share for the return to in-person learning:

1. A/B Grouping
2. Guided Tours
3. Soft Start Activities
4. April 7th, 8th, and 9th - Asynchronous Days
5. School Supplies
6. Student Returning Website
7. Welcome Back Video

Attention! Road sign

Call Teen Link: 206-461-4922, 6:00-10:00 pm nightly, staffed by teens.

Text Teen Link: Wednesday’s 6pm-9:30 pm, 866-833-6546

Crisis Line: 1-866-427-4747, to speak with an adult crisis expert.

National Suicide Prevention Crisis Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). They will route you to a crisis center near you.

KMS Website on the Community Assistance Tab Under “RESOURCES”:   Community Assistance Mental Health

Dial 911 if you have an emergency and need help.