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We are Kalmiopsis Elementary, but you can call us K-School. The primary goal of our school is to ensure that all our students have a strong grasp of academics that will benefit them not only in their educational pursuits, but their future employment. Our faculty provides a safe environment that encourages emotional growth, physical development and responsible behavior in a way that fosters individual worth and dignity.
The education of our students is a group effort. Parents, the community, teachers, support staff and administrators are all involved in helping students in their academic achievements.
Communication is the key to your child's success. Please feel free to ask questions, give input or just stop by.
COMMON CORE STANDARDS Common Core Standards are here. Students will be assessed using the Smarter Balanced Assessment beginning the Spring of 2015. For answers to commonly asked questions please check out the links below.
Parent Flyer - What do the Common Core State Standards mean for my student(s)?
Visit the Smarter Balanced web site to learn more. Try your hand at the practice test. See what the kids will be doing next year.
Our district uses a student information system called PowerSchool. As a parent, you can log in to see important and relevant information about your student's progress in school including, but not limited to:
Up-to-the-minute attendance information
To access the new parent portal for your student(s), click HERE and enter your name and password. For purposes of security, if you do not know your name/password, or have misplaced it, you may call our office and a letter will be mailed to you or you may come IN PERSON to the office for a print out. Information will not be given by phone or sent home with students.
A short introduction/instruction sheet for first-time users.
County Spelling Bee Winners - Kalmiopsis took 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. 1st place winner, Alia, now will compete at the State Fair at the Oregon State Fairgrounds in Salem on August 30, 2014. Go get 'em Alia!
Meet our PBIS winners for May. Good job everyone. (Note: Only students with approved photo releases are shown).
Student have fun in Indian Education learning how to drum.
Smokey Bear stops by to make sure students know how to keep animals and the land safe when camping.
Kite Festival Poetry Contest winners: Lexi 1st Place, Michael 2nd Place, Arianna & Evie 3rd Place
1st Grade - Outdoor School
1st Grade - Outdoor School
A round of applause for all of our Spelling Bee participants. Good job everyone!
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Mrs. Darger says she had a lot of fun playing basketball with the Harlem Crowns.