6:00 PM - 7:30 PM College Application Night (Virtual) - Kamiak CCRC
Athletics: (425) 366-5470
Attendance: (425) 366-5460
Attendance Email: KAattendance@mukilteo.wednet.edu
Bookkeeper: (425) 366-5427
Counseling: (425) 366-5446
Counseling FAX: (425) 366-5404
Main Office: (425) 366-5400
Main Office FAX: (425) 366-5402
Nurse: (425) 366-5409
Mighty is the team in purple, silver, and white!
Full of fight and loyalty,
we'll prove our might tonight.
Let's go Knights!
On our way to victory
we wear our colors with pride.
Stand up and cheer for all to hear
the Knights of Kamiak High.
The Mukilteo School District serves a diverse population of approximately 14,000 students who live near the Puget Sound, located about 15 miles north of Seattle, Washington.
Our mission is to help prepare our community's children to be successful, contributing workers, learners, and citizens. Our students learn in an environment that is positive, caring, and focused on their highest academic potential. And, it's working. Mukilteo students consistently score well in annual achievement tests and win academic honors. Many people have moved to the area because of the first-rate Mukilteo school system.
It’s that time of year when habits start to settle in that will last the whole year. As this week draws to a close, I would like to ask our students and families to talk about the habits starting to form in distance learning. Specifically, there are two habits that seem to be topics of discussion here at Kamiak.
The first is work-life balance. We want our students to give their very best to their academics because we know success in school makes students happier and it opens doors of opportunity for the future. But, we also want to make sure our students have room in their days for rest and recreation. Consider asking: How well are you balancing the demands of academic and personal life?
The second conversation is about engagement. We know our students are engaged when they are doing the work teachers assign them. We know they are engaged when we can see them during Zoom calls. We know our students are engaged when they participate in discussions. Now is a great moment to ask this question: How well are you showing your teachers you are engaged in the work?
The habits we set today can serve us well for the entire school year.