Kila School’s Summer Reading Incentive
Reading Makes a Splash
Dear Students and Parents,
Your child has an opportunity receive up to three single admission swim passes to Woodland Water Park* for his/her participation in Reading Makes a Splash, Kila School’s summer reading incentive.
To participate, your child will need to read 4 hours (240 minutes) during the selected window. There will be three window’s that your child will be eligible to earn a single session open swim pass. Please stop in at the school office or print your own copy of the student reading log to participate. Make sure that you turn in the completed and signed student reading log to the office at Kila School by the deadline for each window to be eligible.
Window 1: June 13th - July 1st Turn in Student Reading Log by July 6th
Window 2: July 2nd - July 23rd Turn in Student Reading Log by July 24th
Window 3: July 24th - August 14th Turn in Student Reading Log by August 15th
Kila School’s Summer Reading Incentive Rules
*Please note: Woodland Water Park’s 12 and under non-swimmer policy is that any child under 12 years of age who has not passed the swimming test must be accompanied by a responsible party 16 years or older to enter the facility.
Click on the following link to print a reading log:
Have a great summer!
Kila School Water Test come back with safe readings.
Attached are the lab results for Radionuclides (Adjusted Gross Alpha) regulated sampling for community system (C). Your water system is a Non-community Non-transient (NTNC) water system and is not required by law to perform this sampling requirement, however to be pro-active your water system was sampled for the Regulated Adjusted Gross Alpha and found to be well below the maximum contamination levels (MCL).
The initial sampling using the E200.8 method for Uranium showed the adjusted Gross Alpha readings at 16.7 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) with a 4.6 + or – error factor, which was above the MCL of 15. The school then choose to have a more conclusive test done. The second sample 4/1/16 using method A7500-U C for Uranium showed the adjusted Gross Alpha readings at 5.8 pCi/L with a 2.2 + or – error factor, which is well below the MCL of 15.
Therefore per EPA regulation the Adjusted Gross Alpha test results show that your water system meets the MCL requirements. There is no violation or further testing required by EPA standards. Again, having said that because your water system is a NTNC water system, you are not required by law to even preform this sampling requirement.
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to call or email me at any time.
Tina Lee Malkuch
Tina Lee Malkuch
Safewater Testing Simplified (STS)
1500 Airport Raod
Kalispell, MT 59901