Announcements

School Closures & Delays Due To Weather
In addition to our 2-hour delay option, KSD has added an alternative 3-hour delay option in the hopes of keeping the snow make up days to a minimum.  Click here to read more about it.
Sign up for parent alerts when school is closed or delayed due to weather. 
Applications open for 2018-19 Highly Capable Program
Want more challenging learning experiences for your student? Submit an application to place them in our school's Highly Capable (Hi-Cap) Program or a referral for the Kennewick Opportunities for the Gifted (KOG) program at Vista Elementary for the 2018-19 school year. More information and forms.

Deadline to apply is January 12.

Questions? Contact Brandy Scott at (509) 222-6593 or brandy.scott@ksd.org.
Kids at Hope

We believe that ALL kids are capable of success, NO EXECPTIONS!

Apply for Free and Reduced-Price Meals Online
Fill out an application online or pick one up from the school office. 
Season of Giving

Our school community has many wonderful opportunities to participate in service projects at this time of the year.

1. The Giving Tree - Take an ornament tag off of the tree, purchase a gift for the child, wrap it and return it with the ornament attached by Tuesday, December 19.

2. Food Drive - We are collecting non-perishable foods in the Library to provide food baskets to our families in need before we leave for winter break.

3. Sock-it-to-Me - 4th graders are sponsoring a sock drive to help those in need in our community stay a little warmer during this cold winter season.

We appreciate all who can help participate in these service projects to help make them successful.

Early Release

Winter Break

Wednesday, December 20, school will release at 11:27 a.m. as the start to our Winter Break.  Please remember that lunch is not served this day.  Our break will continue through Tuesday, January 2.  We hope you enjoy lots of time making memories with your family and friends, as well a,s enjoying some of your favorite hobbies & recreational activities.  Don't forget to keep reading!