The CKMS PTSA congratulates the following Chief Kanim Hawks whose submissions in the Reflections art contest have advanced to the state level of competition:

Shreya Mohanty, "Within Me," literature
Caya Staab, "Future Reflection," visual arts
Rebekah Baker, Broken, literature
Aubrey Walker, "A Walk in the Woods," literature
Evie Flickinger, "Never Out of Reach," visual arts
Jacob Wotton, "Patches," visual arts
Erya Shi, "Dream," visual arts
Zunairah Karim, "Life Is a Canvas," visual arts
Santoshi Kakani, "The Flame of Success," visual arts


Is your goal for 2020 to be more involved in your kids' lives?

Show your children how much you value their educational experience by joining the CKMS PTSA.

Membership does NOT  mean you have to come to meetings or volunteer for events. It only means that you are showing your support for an organization that benefits the students and staff of Chief Kanim Middle School. 

The CKMS PTSA sponsors student activities such as assemblies and dances, fun family and community activities, teacher grants, staff appreciation events, and more -- but we cannot do it without parent support. Your $15 membership makes a difference!

Click here to join CKMS PTSA.


Tuesday, Jan. 14

Reflections Reception, 7 pm, MSHS South Commons

Monday, Jan. 20

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (NO SCHOOL)

Monday, Jan. 27 

Professional Development Day (NO SCHOOL)

Tuesday, Feb. 4

Be SMART: A Conversation About Kids, Guns & Safety, 7 pm, MSHS South Commons

Thursday, Feb. 13

CKMS PTSA General Meeting, 6:30 pm, CKMS Library
followed by Parent Education Program: Teen Tech Overload 

Feb. 17-21

Midwinter Break (NO SCHOOL)


Hidden in Plain Sight
Did you attend the Hidden in Plain Sight drug awareness presentation presented by the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network? If you attended and would like to revisit the slideshow presented that evening, or if you were not able to attend and would like to see the information,  click here to access the presentation.    ... read full article

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Youth Success! Mentoring
Youth Success! Mentoring (YSM) is an in-school volunteer mentoring program that pairs community members with SVSD students. YSM volunteers work with the same student one-to-one, once a week. Research shows the powerful positive effects on a young person’s personal, academic and community situation that result from a quality mentoring relationship. Anyone who has a desire to help a child can be a mentor. Less than one hour a week during the school year is all it takes to show a child that they matter and that they are not alone in their day-to-day challenges. For more information, visit  http:// snoqualmievalleycommunitynetwo ... read full article

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