What's Happening

Air Force JROTC awarded Distinguished Unit Award
The district's Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (AFJROTC) was awarded the AFJROTC Distinguished Unit Award for the 2014-2015 school year. This places our unit in the top 29% of the 889 AFJROTC units worldwide.
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WHS Track and Field receive Sportsmanship Award
Congratulations to the Washington High Track & Field Team. They received the league's Sportsmanship Award for the 2nd consecutive year! Go Pats!
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40 KMS students participate in Youth and Government
While the sun shines outside today, 40 Keithley Middle School students, dressed in their business attire, are participating in the Washington State Youth & Government program in Olympia, WA.
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Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA)

FPS 2030: Capital Facilities Planning

FPS 2030

Superintendent's Message

Dr. Hewins
April/May 2015
In the world of education, if I can quote from a Bob Dylan song, “These are strange days, indeed!” Approximately 52 million children attend schools in the U.S. (over one million in WA State) with more than 90% of those children attending public schools. Despite clear data to the contrary, groups known as “reformers” with corporate interests in mind continue to characterize public schools as failing, demonize teachers, criticize students and have convinced many of the media to jump on the bandwagon. Do many schools across the country need to improve? Absolutely! Are we seeing the end of public schools in the U.S.? Absolutely not!
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