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205 Northwest Lane
Kalispell, MT 59901

Office Hours: 7:15 - 3:45
Administration: 406.751.3800
Attendance: 406.751.3838


Always Be Yourself
Unless You Can Be A Mountain Lion
Then Always Be A Mountain Lion


Kalispell Middle School
Kalispell, Montana
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News & Announcements

KMS Announcements - Monday, March 18th

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8th grade Science CRT Testing
8th Grade Fundraiser
Spring Sports Sign-Up
Spring Break
Spring Sports Start
Year Books
SBAC Testing


  • Monday - Turkey Gravy w. Mashed Potatoes
  • Tuesday - Beef Taco's & Fish Taco's
  • Wednesday - Cook's Choice
  • Thursday - Cook's Choice
  • Friday - Cook's Choice
School Board Trustee Election Applications

Kalispell School District School Board Trustee Openings:

3 seats on the Elementary Board, 1 - 2 year term and 2 – 3 year terms. 

3 seats on the High School Board:

  •  Flathead High School District 1 - Representing  Marion, Olney/Bissell, Pleasant Valley, Smith Valley and West Valley - 1 seat - 1 Year Term.
  • Flathead High School District III - Representing Cayuse Prairie, Creston, Deer Park and Fair-Mont-Egan Elementary School District - 1 Seat - 2 Year Term.
  •  Flathead High School District IV - Representing Kila and Lakeside/Somers Elementary School Districts.1 Seat - 3 Year Term

Click on this Link to access School Board Trustee Application Packets

Documents are due to Gwyn Andersen, District Clerk at 233 1st Avenue East by 4:00 P.M. on Thursday, March 28, 2019

KMS Mission Statement

Create a joyful, safe, and challenging learning environment 
that prepares students for transition from pre-adolescence to adulthood.

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School Spotlight

Congratulations KMS!!!

KMS Student Qualifies for State Geography Bee

Congratulations to 6th grade student Trever Cockerill for qualifying for the state geography bee competition at the Montana State University Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman.  Back in January, Trever competed against eight other finalists to win the KMS bee, and after taking a state qualifying test online, has secured a spot for the state competition on Friday, March 29th.  To learn more about the state competition, click on the following link: Montana State Geography Bee Website

Outstanding Science Fair Results

Congratulations to our six young scientists that went to the County Science Fair. All of them earned ribbons.

6th Grade:

  • Leston Richardson won a red ribbon for his Baggie Holder invention.
  • Conner Howard was Reserve Champion.  His project was 'Myth Busting the Five Second Rule'.
  • Zoe Wendt was named Grand Champion for her nanotech project.  She earned $100 and a special award for the best engineering project.

7th Grade:

  • Jordan Bauer won a blue ribbon for her invention of a sleeping bag cover.
  • Keanu Ng was named Grand Champion and earned $100 for his microfiber pollution project.
  • Dyson Lindon's project about germinating peach seeds also earned him the Grand Champion award and $100.

A special thanks to Mr. Eash for leading KMS's Science Fair efforts.


The Best of Kalispell Urban Forest Award 2018

Grace Orchard at Kalispell Middle School was honored this month by the Kalispell Parks and Rec Street Tree Committee.  Our beautiful 30 tree orchard was awarded the Best of Kalispell Urban Forest Award for 2018.   Thanks to all who made this orchard a reality in the spring of 2012 and a huge thanks to Mr. Schreiner and his Montana Legacy class for the continuous care they provide the orchard.

Grace Orchard Student Photo


Outstanding Results - ELA, Math and Science

The Montana state-wide Smarter Balanced test results from last spring have been released and Kalispell Middle School was the highest performing AA middle school.  

School Stats Math ELA
KMS  Average 55% 76%

6th Grade

53% 77%

7th Grade

59% 79%

8th Grade

51% 72%

Montana Overall

Legend: % of Students Proficient and Advanced


42% 51%

Our Science results continued a multi-year pattern of strong performance with 79% of our 8th Grade students scoring proficient.  

We are very proud of our students' acheivements!




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