School Closures and Delays

In case of adverse weather, school closures and delays willl be posted on our district’s website at, local television and radio stations, Facebook and Twitter and through text/phone alerts by 6:00 a.m.  In the event the weather does not improve, a decision may be made to go from a delay to a closure.  Continue to monitor the radio, TV or website until 6:45 a.m. when a final decision will be made.  NOTE:  In the event of a two hour late start on a 10:30 Early Release Wednesday, the Early Release will be moved to the following Wednesday. 

Upcoming Dates

March 30—Spring Choral Night at 7pm

April 3rd—April 7th—Spring Break
April 15—Saturday Make Up Day for Seniors
April 15—Prom

April 25—27—SBAC Testing—3 Hour Late Start for non-testing students
April 28—First Day of FFA Plant Sale
April 29—Saturday Make Up Day for Seniors
May 18—Biology EOC—3 Hour Late start for non-testing students
May 29—Memorial Day Holiday
June 1—Math EOC for Juniors/Seniors who have not met the state requirement
June 3—Graduation @ Toyota Center 9 am
June 15 & 16—Student Led Conferences
School Calendar Changes

April 20 & 21 - Full School Days (Change for High School)

April 28 - Quest Schedule

June 14 - Last Day of School for Students

June 15 & 16 - Student Led Conferences
Saturday Make up Days for Seniors

In an effort recover lost instructional time from snow days, seniors will attend Saturday make up days. 

Saturday, April 15th

Assembly- 8:30 am to 11:30 am.   Topic: TBD

IB Test Preparation- IB students will be given opportunities to prepare for upcoming exams and to complete work in IB courses.

Saturday, April 29th

IB Test Preparation- IB students will be given opportunities to prepare for upcoming exams and to complete work in IB courses. 

Academic Support and Tutoring- seniors who have fallen behind in courses will be assigned to attend academic support services.  

Tri-Tech - seniors who attend Tri-Tech can register to attend activities at the skills center. 

College Readiness exams- students considering attending Columbia Basin College next year or simply want to see if they are prepared for college can take the exam given to all incoming CBC students. 

PE Activities- students will have access to organized PE activities and competitions still to be determined. 

Please note that some activities may be subject to change. Additional activities may be added.  

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Lions support Boys and Girls Club

Kennewick High School presented the Boys and Girls Club with a check for money raised during the Distracted Driving Campaign in April. Out of all the Tri-Cities schools, our Lions turned in the most donation cards! Pictured are Mike McWhorter from Payne West Insurance, Josh Peterson from the Boys and Girls Club, Debbie Roueche, Leadership Teacher and the KHS 2014-15 Leadership Team. Way to go Kennewick High School! We are proud to be Lions!