Park Middle School
Park Middle School is a place where everyone comes together as a community of life-long learners. Staff, students, families, and the community are actively involved in the educational process to create an environment that promotes success for all students Park's active PTO and ATP are an integral part of the Park Middle School team. We work together to improve student learning and to encourage healthy development as we educate the whole child. Park Middle School students are nurtured, respected, and celebrated. Trusting, respectful relationships enable teachers, parents, and students to work together. Students and adults experience an educational journey that excites curiosity, promotes personal and professional growth, and empowers all to assume leadership roles. Working as a team, students and staff are empowered and inspired to make their dreams come true.
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In accordance with state law, the Kennewick School District is required to disseminate the Federal Programs Citizen Complaint Procedures free of charge to families. If you would like a copy, download it from the KSD webpage at www.ksd.org/departments/federal/default.aspx, pick one up at the KSD Administration Center, or call the Federal Programs office at (509) 222-5091.
Highly Qualified Teachers and Paraeducators
The Kennewick School District continues to be committed to hiring and retaining "Highly Qualified" teachers. The average teacher in Kennewick has over fourteen years of experience and possesses a Master's Degree, in addition, all KSD teachers are encouraged to pursue National Board Teacher Certification. Under the new Elementary and Secondary Education Act, part of NCLB, parents have the right to request information on the professional qualifications of their child's teachers. Under certain circumstances paraprofessionals who may work with your child must possess an AA degree.
For more information, contact the KSD Human resources department at (509)222-5010.