Join us for food, Santa, literacy stations, and a winter time story! Thursday, December 20th from 4:30-6:00 pm.
School wide Spirit Days are coming up. Show your school spirit by wearing:
Wednesday, December 19th: Red & Green Day
Thursday, December 20th: Ugly Sweater/Christmas Attire Day
Friday, December 21st: Pajama Day
Winter Break is from December 22nd through January 6th. Enjoy the Holidays! See you back in school on January 7th.
We want to inform you that several cases of pertussis (whooping cough) have been identified in the Kelso School District. Your child may have been exposed to a student that has contracted the illness.
Pertussis is a highly contagious disease that is spread through the air by coughing. Pertussis usually begins with cold-like symptoms and a cough that worsens over 1-2 weeks. Symptoms may include coughing “fits” followed by a “whooping” noise, vomiting, cyanosis (turning blue) or the inability to catch one’s breath. The cough is often worse at night and cough medicines usually do not help eliminate the cough. Usually, persons infected with pertussis do not have a fever. In older children and adults the symptoms may be only a persistent cough which is worse at night. This illness is often very severe in small infants.
Please click on links below for more information:
- Pertussis Letter (English)
- Pertussis Letter (Chuukese)
- Pertussis Letter Spanish (Letra Pertussis Español)
If you have any questions, please feel free to call our nurse, Stephanie Toms, at (360) 577-2463.
Explorer’s Club will not be meeting from December 15th to January 7th. We will see you on Tuesday, January 8th. Enjoy your Winter Break.
Snow, ice and wind can impact our ability to conduct school activities as planned. Depending on the road conditions, the district may choose to cancel school or shorten the day. There are may ways that you can stay informed. Check out our Inclement Weather Plan for more information.
Have you changed your phone number or email address? Please come into the office and update your information. It is very important that we have updated information in case of an emergency.