Please join us for the KPMS Open House on Thursday, Sept. 18 from 6:00 - 7:30pm. You will have the opportunity to visit each of your student's classrooms and meet their teachers.
On June 5th, KPMS celebrated ten years as a NASA School, the first NASA school in the state of Washington. Guests were escorted to a special morning assembly by Aeropsace students. Digitaries from NASA, the School District Superintendent and Administrators, past KPMS Administrators and students, plus other guests attended. They also had a chance to visit with each other and KPMS staff and students when the assembly was over. It was an amazing gathering and extra thanks must go to Mrs. Kareen Borders, Aerospace teacher, the Aerospace students and the NASA team of Mr. Bronstad, Mrs. Fairbanks, and Mrs. Tarabochia for all their hard work.
Aerospace students introduce Dr. Nicholas Patrick, NASA Astronaut.
KPMS Kids Care About the Community
We are so very proud of the students who attend Key Peninsula Middle School. We have a regular saying here: "Work Hard, Study Hard, Be Kind and Considerate to your Fellow Cougars!” Not only do they strive to do this daily, we have many kids who give their time and energy to their community. Here are two very special students we’d like to highlight:
|Daniel Shurr||Leyla Van Der Bank|
American Scholastic League Challenge
These KPMS students just completed the American Scholastic League Challenge. It is an online contest where individual students answer 100 challenging questions from five different categories in one hour. Students are competing against other students taking the challenge across America. Students can earn awards and trophies for their performance. A score of 60 is considered exceptional.
We congratulate these exceptional students for "taking the challenge"!