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Green Mountain News

Upcoming Dates:


September 27.....................Picture Day

October 10..........................Non-Student Day

October 26..........................Pumpkin Run

October 27-28.....................Non-Student Day/Parent Conferences




September 27 is Picture Day!!

Please order online, or have your student turn in their picture order form with payment enclosed to their teacher on picture day.



October 27 & 28, Parent Conferences

Teachers will reach out to parent/guardians to schedule conferences.



Volunteers Needed!

If you are interested in volunteering, we have some opportunities for you! Please see the list below, and contact the main office to sign up.

  • Picture Day - September 27
  • Pumpkin Run - October 26

We absolutely love our volunteers who help our school events run smoothly. Your contribution is greatly appreciated and impacts our school community in such a positive way! If you would like to become a volunteer, please review our volunteer policy and instructions on our website atGreen Mountain Volunteer



Join our Green Mountain PTA!!

Are you interested in serving in a position on the PTA board, or would you like to become a member? Please contact Ashley Williams at[email protected], or complete aPTA Membership Formand return it to the main office.



Helpful Reminders:


Parent Drop-off/Pick-up:Please do not drop off your child any earlier than 9:00, as there is no adult supervision before this time. Your help with this is appreciated. To review our Safe Student Drop-off/Pick-up policy, seehere.


Water Bottles:Please have your child bring a water bottle to school everyday with their name clearly labeled on it. It's important for students to stay hydrated throughout the day.


Changes in PM Transportation:If you need to make a change to your child's afternoon transportation plan for the day, please notify the office no later than 3:00. Change in Plans slips are delivered to classrooms after 3:00.


Closed-toe Shoes:Since students go outside for daily recess, please make sure your child wears comfortable shoes that are closed toe.



Central Kitsap Food Backpack 4 Kids(CKFBP4K) is a program offered in the Central Kitsap School District for children whose families are in need of food assistance and support. We offer students the opportunity to take home a food bag each weekend filled with easy-to-prepare nutritious foods and snacks. Would you be interested in having your family participate in this program for this school year? If so, please answer a few questions by clicking this linkBackpack 4 Kids Food Program. Food bags will be sent home with your child either Thursdays or Fridays beginning in October. If you have any questions, please contact Cyndi Garber at (360) 662-8715.



Student Life Skills Survey


We thank you and your family for being our valued partners as we work together to educate the children in our district. As you may already be aware, last school year we asked students to take a life skills survey so they could tell us what skills they feel confident about and which ones they need additional help. To learn more about how our district used survey results from last year please review ourSurvey Action Plan.


We will be giving the same life skills survey again this Fall from October 10th to October 21st.

You can find links to preview the survey content on our CKSD website. If you have any questions about the Student Life Skills survey, please don’t hesitate to contact us. For more information, please visitCentral Kitsap Schools.



Early Childhood Developmental Screenings

If you have a child between the age of 3-5, and have concerns regarding their development, Central Kitsap School District offers free developmental screenings through the Early Childhood Department. If you are interested or have questions, please reach out to Dionne Martin, (360) 662-1063[email protected].