District recruiters want to meet teachers who are interested in teaching in Kennewick schools during the 2017-18 school year. Plan to attend Oct. 25 from 4-6 p.m. at the Administration Center.
A new approach to addressing student behavior at our elementary and middle schools is showing students the benefit of following the rules.
About 150 students from Kamiakin, Kennewick and Southridge high schools participated in a Financial Reality Fair at the Southridge Sports Complex.
The sixth-grade teacher is a volleyball coach at her school and says her classroom is a place where she and her students all learn.
The district's participation in a new federal program gives students at three schools the opportunity to receive school meals this school year at no cost to their families.
Kamiakin, Kennewick and Southridge high schools recorded extended graduation rates of more than 90 percent at the end of the 2015-16 school year, beating the state average.
Lincoln, Washington and Vista elementary schools and Park Middle School, along with the district itself, were recently nationally recognized for exemplary work in improving collaboration and communication between their schools and communities.
Washington nonprofit InvestED has helped hundreds of Kennewick students participate in school athletics, pay for college admissions tests and even have clean clothes. Help support their efforts to support our students.
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