At Kellogg School, we are preparing all children to be successful leaders and learners with a solid foundation of skills and knowledge. We want to create an equitable, inclusive, collaborative and safe learning environment that is built on strong family and community partnerships, where all children will thrive. We believe that a diversified education is critical in laying a solid foundation for international mindedness and life-long learning. We expect all students to graduate college and career ready for their futures.



 News & Updates

Kellogg Independent Reading Challenge - Nov 17th 2014 - May 15th 2015

Black History Hall of Fame ~ February 26, 2015

Kids & Kindness Article from The Villager - click the image for a larger view
2015 Regional Science Fair





Thank you to all those who participated in the Kellogg Skate-a-ton!  It was a great success, a lot of fun and $2000 was raised toward improving Kellogg's Classroom Technology.

The 6th grade students under the direction of Ms. Raleigh and Mrs. Roche completed research, wrote a research paper and created either visual, performance, or speech that represented their knowledge on that topic.  The students presented this research at a “Night at the Museum” on February 12th

6th Grade Science and Ancient Egypt

Curriculum Night Parent Presentation, Topics Covered:
State of Kellogg: Data & Curriculum Focus & Updates for the 2014-2015 School Year
"Why Play is Important in the Early Years"

Please note that fast food lunches are not permitted in the lunchroom.
Students should bring lunch from home or participate in the school lunch program.
Thank you.


The Office of Access and Enrollment presents...Know Before You Go!

The Office of Access and Enrollment presents...Know Before You Go!


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