Honor Society at Kamiakin is a club based on service, academics, character, and citizenship. 8th graders who meet the GPA and other requirements are invited to join in September, and this year 7th graders who meet the requirements will be invited to join at the beginning of second semester.
We meet twice a month during Cougar Time where the student officers lead the meeting, talking about service hours, our group service project, and other responsibilities of members.
Students are required to perform community service hours throughout the year helping Kamiakin or the larger community.
Members are also expected to maintain a 3.5 GPA as well as be an example of positive citizenship and leadership.
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This year all regional and state competitions have either cancelled or gone to an online format. At this point we plan to participate in:
There will be no charge for these competitions this year as we have enough reserves to cover their cost!
Meeting this year will be different. Depending on the interest and availability, we may offer weekly Teams meetings to participate in the above mentioned competitions and to practice and share problem-solving strategies.
is a cooperative effort between Inglewood, Rose Hill, Kirkland, Finn Hill, Evergreen, Redmond, International Community, Kamiakin, Timberline, Stella Schola, and Renaissance Middle Schools. This program allows 6th, 7th, and 8th graders in each school to work together as a team and challenge other schools to correctly answer questions about the selected books. The goal is to encourage students at all reading levels to engage in teamwork while reading some of the best in children’s literature. Challenge questions are based on specific and factual information within the books.
The competition usually takes place in March.
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A space for LGBTQIA+ students and their allies to support each other and raise awareness of issues facing the queer and trans community. Our goal is to create a safe and affirming learning environment for LGBTQ and their allies and discuss LGBTQ issues in school. In a middle school context, GLOW serves as a place for students to work through the coming out process or learn how to support a friends or loved one who has come out.
This Kamiakin Interest Group currently meets the first and third Friday of each month during FLEX time.
Questions? Contact Teacher Advisor Kris Dougherty at email@example.com