South Kitsap School District

Diminutive second-grader makes a big difference

Gloria leads fundraising effort at Olalla Elementary to buy art supplies for sick kids

 

SKSD’s Brandsma to retire at end of the school year

The board of directors hopes to have a replacement in place by July 1, 2019.

 

Kiwanis Club offering $20,000 in scholarship

PORT ORCHARD — Kiwanis Club of Port Orchard is accepting scholarship applications for approximately $20,000 in financial assistance for students in the South Kitsap School… Continue reading

 

Superintendent forms second annual Student Roundtable

Student representatives gather from district high schools

SK Indian Education Program meeting set

The meeting is to focus on spring testing and graduation data.

In danger? Run away from the scene, expert says

This article is part of our Learning to Survive series.

Chamber recognizes outstanding SKSD staff members

PORT ORCHARD — During the Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce luncheon on Nov. 8, two deserving South Kitsap School District employees were recognized with Star… Continue reading

Learning to survive: Parents play a role in crisis

PORT ORCHARD — Faced with a troubling rise in mass school shootings across the nation, and having a number of school facilities well past their… Continue reading

Former Orchard Heights teacher to celebrate turning 90

Former students invited to attend birthday celebration.

Definition: Active Lethal Threat

• An active killer incident is any situation where the suspect(s) or active killers(s) has entered any workplace, school or other facility or institution, and… Continue reading

United for our schools

Each day brings new stories and accounts of division amongst our nation, our region and some of our local communities. Here in South Kitsap we,… Continue reading

Protection order against Mann is extended

Fierce schools critic originally ordered to stay away from schools, officials in 2017.

Residents get facts, air opinions at SKSD forum

Event precedes voting on schools propositions

Yes on SKSD’s Prop. 1 and 2

The needs are growing — as are the costs.

SKSD measures do nothing for K-5

Joe Riley knows better than most the importance of the first four years of a child’s education (letter to the editor, Oct. 19, “It’s time… Continue reading

Don’t let this ‘tax horse’ get afoot

Approving the latest South Kitsap School District bond and levy is akin to lighting a fuse on a tax bomb. There seems to be no… Continue reading

What’s in it for the kids?

Before you vote, please read what the McCreary legislation (Senate Bill 6362) says. It cost you a lot of money. Two items should interest you.… Continue reading