• Dear Kellogg Middle School Students, Families and Community,

    The Kellogg Middle School project is approaching final completion, with work wrapping up and final elements being installed in the building and on the site. Landscaping is complete and lawns, trees and ground cover have grown and established themselves over spring. Inside the building, all furniture has arrived and been placed in large assembly spaces, extended learning areas, and classrooms, bringing more human scale and color to these spaces that will soon be occupied by staff and students. Final educational technology and curricular materials will soon take their place throughout the building in preparation for its opening in the fall. For the latest Kellogg pictures, click here. For an overview of the project: View the Kellogg Rebuild Fact Sheet (Español | Tiếng Việt | 中文 | Русский | Soomaali)

    Meet Kellogg's New Principal Richard Smith
    When Kellogg Middle School re-opens in the fall, veteran educator Richard Smith will lead the effort as principal. Smith has been principal of Lent K-8 School since 2018. At Lent, Richard took over a traditionally underserved campus and improved attendance, school culture and staff retention. He assumed his new position in January to get a jump on the myriad of details involved in the opening of the fully modernized campus. To learn more, please visit the Kellogg Rebuild webpage.

    Kellogg Boundary Information
    Under the approved enrollment boundaries, the neighborhood programs at Arleta, Marysville, Creston and Lent will convert from their kindergarten-to-8th grade (K-8) structure to a K-5 structure. Students in grades 6-8 in those schools will move to Kellogg starting in the 2021-22 school year. Bridger's Spanish Dual Language Immersion program and 25 Bridger neighborhood students will also feed into Kellogg. For more information, please visit the Enrollment & Program Balancing webpage.

    Grand Opening Ceremony 
    A special ceremony to mark the opening of the new Kellogg Middle School is planned for Saturday, August 28th at 9:00 a.m. Please save the date and more details will be available later this summer.

    Thank You Voters 
    PPS and the Office of School Modernization thank voters for the successful passage of the 2020 School Bond. This new bond will allow PPS to continue the vital work of improving the health and safety of our aging school buildings. For more information about PPS bond projects, please visit the PPS Bond webpage.

    For additional Kellogg Rebuild information, please contact the Office of School Modernization at schoolmodernization@pps.net