KMS Students Win at State Science Fair
Congratulations Zoe Wendt, Dyson Linden and Keanu Ng!!
The state science fair, held March 18-19 at the University of Montana, featured approximately 426 individual and team exhibits.
Kalispell Middle School student Zoe Wendt received first place for best sixth-grade biological project titled “Nanotech: The Future Of Medicine.” Her project also received a Peterson Award and the Blackfoot Badge of Innovation, which is awarded to a project “that works toward a healthier environmental and a more equitable society.”
Two Kalispell Middle School seventh-graders earned second place — Dyson Linden in the biological category for “In the Pits: Is My Peach Tree Sterile?” and Keanu Ng in the physical category for “Are We Eating and Drinking Our Own Laundry? Investigating Microfiber Pollution Released from Fleece During Domestic Laundering.”
Geography Bee Results
Congratulations to Trever Cockerill, 6th Grader on Team Avalanche who took 10th place in Montana's State Geography Bee.
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.
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.
Legend: % of Students Proficient and Advanced
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' achievements!