Koby's school spirit is always on display at Kamiakin High, whether he's cheering on the school's student-athletes or reaching out to someone in the hallway. He wants to use that same positivity as a teacher and coach
Paityn has earned the Seal of Biliteracy in French and an International Baccalaureate diploma along with her diploma from Kennewick High School, all by the age of 16.
A combination of hard work and supportive teachers helped Jesse Patheal make it to graduation a year early despite falling behind in middle school.
Emily Martin was able to pursue her love of aquatic biology at Phoenix High School and wants to continue studying conservation after graduation.
Louie says the flexibility of Mid-Columbia Partnership, the district's homeschool program, provided him the flexibility and challenge he needed in his education to reach for his goals.
Yesenia plans to use the skills and relationships she built in Kennewick High School's Air Force Junior ROTC program to pursue her future.
Senior Mason Martin is already developing skills at Southridge High School for his future career and is excited to take the next step forward.
The performing arts helped Jessica Churchill succeed at Southridge High School and now she wants to help other kids find their passion
Senior Joel Farias never forgot the high school students who volunteered at his elementary school and he's spent the past two years at Kennewick High School paying their kindness forward.
Cyle DeLeon didn't let an injury stop him from pursuing his goals at Kamiakin High School and now he's looking to the future.
Senior Shaylee Sullivan has challenged herself at Kamiakin High School and Tri-Tech Skills Center and she plans to keep doing just that.
Brandon says Delta High School gave him the opportunities and freedom he needed to prepare for his life after graduation.
María didn't speak English when she arrived at Southridge High School for her senior year. That didn't stop her from working hard and setting herself up to reach her goals.
Former Kennewick School Board member Lynn Fielding donates copies of "Why There Is Always Room For Dessert" to first-graders in Kennewick, Pasco and Richland.
Kennewick School District will provide free breakfast and lunch to children 18 years of age and younger through the USDA Summer Food Program for Children during June, July and August.
Forty-eight district employees are retiring after providing hundreds of years of service to the district and its schools.
The grants of $200 each are aimed at helping teachers with special projects or needs in their classrooms.
Ribbon Cutting & Tour - Aug. 25 @ 10 AM
Opening Fall 2018
Opening Fall 2019