The CKMS PTSA in collaboration with CKMS is establishing an Angel Fund Drive this holiday season to help those in our school community in need.  We understand that during this time of year there are a large number of organizations and groups competing for your time and money.  Please take a moment and consider how your donation will help the people we and our children interact with each and every day. People down on their luck, looking for small wins during the stressful holiday season.   Your donation of a gift card in any amount from Target, QFC, Fred Meyer, Ross, Marshalls or Safeway would be greatly appreciated.  The gift cards will be used by CKMS Counselors to supply basic items for identified, specific needs of CKMS students and their families.  Your tax deductible gift card donation can be dropped off in the Angel Box in the CKMS Office between now and Friday, December 15th.  We thank you in advance for your generosity in helping members of our own CKMS community!

Below are some specific wish list items that can be donated:

12 year old girl Wish List:

  •   Three(3) large school binders
  •   i-phone (any kind)
  •   Size 12 sweatshirts, shirts, leggings, and stretchy jeans
  •   Size 4 Shoes
  •   Hair Accessories


Get to know what is happening in your school.  Study after study has shown that parent involvement is key to student success in education. The PTSA is a great avenue for parents, working with the teachers and staff, to impact the success of Chief Kanim Middle School and demonstrate to your child the importance you place on education!  Last year with the generosity of our parents we were able to sponsor 100% of the teachers and staff with a PTSA membership.  We are only 50% of the way to sponsoring 100% of our teachers/staff this year.  Please consider sponsoring a teacher when you sign up to be a PTSA member.  Parent and teacher involvement is what allows us to continue advocating for student success! CLICK HERE  to Join the PTSA Today!

The ABC's and 123's of Individualized Plans and 504 Accommodations
When: Tuesday, November 28th, 2017 Time: 5:30-8:00pm Where: Snoqualmie Library Questions?: Contac t  Sarah Lichtenberger For more information,  CLICK HERE ... read full article

Parent Presence
We are excited to bring you an opportunity to be involved directly with the students in a new program called  “Parent Presence” . There are times during the three lunches (10:45 – 12:15) Monday thru Thursday and (10:00am - 11:10am) on Fridays where there simply is not enough staff members available to be able to supervise the students outside and in the available gyms.  The result is a commons room and library full of kids with pent up energy that would like to be outside or in the gym playing games.  Parent Presence will ensure that the students have options on ... read full article

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Teacher Conference Dinner
Teacher Conference Dinner   It’s unbelievable that Thanksgiving- and that means, Teacher conferences are just around the corner. On Tuesday November 21st, we would like to show our appreciation of our teachers, by providing them dinner before the evening conference session. The teachers are so grateful for this as they don’t have the time to get something to eat between the two sessions. This year we will provide them with a soup/chili bar. If you would like to show your appreciation please sign up by CLICKING HERE . Happy Thanksgiving! Your PTSA ... read full article

Suicide Prevention Training ~ November 29th, 6:30-8:00pm
Suicide prevention training will be offered for middle school and high school parents on  Wednesday, November 29, from 6:30- 8 p.m.  at the  Mount Si High School main campus library . Parents may register for this free training  HERE . Through this important discussion, parents will learn risk and protective factors, how to recognize warning signs, and how to respond to threats of suicide. This training is endorsed by the Mount Si High School PTSA, Associated Student Body and Natural Helpers, and the Snoqualmie Valley Community Network.  Mount Si High School is in its third year of working with  Forefront: Innovations in Suicide Prevention ... read full article

Refections Art Competition
The PTSA is excited to bring back "Reflections" again this year. Reflections is a National PTA and Washington State PTA cultural arts competition. The purpose of the program is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works. Each year, Reflections challenges students to create art that supports a specific theme.   This year's theme is, "Within Reach."  For more information, CLICK HERE .  Questions?, contact Julie Lagace , Art teacher. ... read full article

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