PowerSchool for Parents will be available on Tuesday, September 6.
KSD will use a $51.1 million state grant to help build the district’s 16th elementary, add 20 classrooms to Amistad Elementary and construct a new building for the district’s dual language program at the site of the old Desert Hills Middle School.
Team Read tutors provided over 5,692 hours of one-on-one reading support to hundreds of children in seven Kennewick elementary schools in 2016. To start volunteering, call (509) 222-7323.
The start of a new school year in Kennewick is just as much about parents and families getting reacquainted with teachers and school staffs as it is for students.
The Gold Card Club provides free access to all in-district Associated Student Body-sponsored public events, such as athletic competitions, held at Kennewick middle and high schools.
Discover new interests and nurture your love of learning through Kennewick Community Education.
The two school buildings opening in Kennewick on Aug. 30 aren’t the only facilities that will be all shiny and new for returning students and staff.
Whether your child is entering kindergarten now or in the near future, it's never too late get prepared. Sign up now for parent workshops that start October 15.
Apply now online to find out if your child qualifies for free and reduced-price meals. Paper applications are available at your school office.
School Opens Fall 2016
Building Opens Early 2017
Opening Fall 2017
Opening Fall 2018