ksd communications

DISTRICT-WIDE UPDATES TO STAFF AND FAMILIES

November 23, 2021: Sent Family Connection email, including:

  • Giving thanks

  • Test to Stay program

  • Parent-teacher conferences

You can read the pdf here.

November 22, 2021: Sent email about launching the Test to Stay program

You can read the pdf here.

November 9, 2021: Sent Family Connection email, including:

  • What Huntington students are doing to honor local veterans

  • Health & safety information with special feature on expanded COVID-19 testing hours

  • Results from this year’s first Thoughtexchange

  • Celebrating our board for being a 2021 Board of Distinction

You can read the pdf here.

October 12, 2021: Sent Family Connection email, including:

  • Homecoming information

  • Health & safety information with special feature on digital safety

  • Spotlight on the traditional Hiland Fling with a sneak peak of the dance

You can read the pdf here.

October 7, 2021: Email sharing:

You can read the pdf here.

October 1, 2021: Sent email marking the first month of school.

You can read the pdf here.

September 14, 2021: Sent first Family Connection email, including:

  • Wellness information

  • Health & safety information

  • Spotlight on KSD counseling team

  • Celebrating Nancy Baldwin, WA State Classified Employee of the Year

You can read the pdf here.

September 10, 2021: Email to all families about possible transportation adjustments.

You can read the pdf here.

August 6, 2021: Email to kindergarten families:

You can read the pdf here.

July 28, 2021: Email updating families on:

  • WA State masking requirements

  • Updated quarantine protocols / close contact definitions

  • KSD safety mitigations

You can read the pdf here.

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Previous Communications

Surveys

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As a learning community, our goal is to connect, listen, and support our Kelso team of staff, students, and families.  We want to stay connected throughout the school year and hear your thoughts in a few key areas:  health and safety, student learning, and communication.  With that in mind, we are doing a series of five Thoughtexchange surveys. Here are the results: