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 2nd

Window 2: July 2nd - July 22nd Turn in Student Reading Log by July 23rd

Window 3: July 23rd - August 13th Turn in Student Reading Log by August 14th

Kila School’s Summer Reading Incentive Rules

  • Students entering grades K-8 at Kila School are eligible for the Kila School reading incentive.

  • Use the Student Reading Log to track what the student has been reading and how long they read.  Please date and initial each reading session.  

  • Return the completed and signed Student Reading Log to the Kila School office by the window deadline.

  • We are sorry, but we will not be able to replace any lost or damaged swim passes.  

*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.  

Have a great summer!  


Mr. Christy


Kila School


Dear Parents and Community members,
Kila is proud to announce that the Kila School Board of Trustees have approved the addition of two classrooms and restrooms to the middle school wing of our campus.  This will add approximately 2400 square feet to the school and most exciting we will now have a music room.  This addition follows the school master plan, see picture below, and is being accomplished within our district budget.  We have hired Solus Architecture to design this addition and we will put it out for bid June 12.  If you have any questions about this exciting news please come in and see me.
Thank you,
Jason Christy

Kindergarten Open House and Staggered



Dear Parents of Kindergarten Children:

We have exciting news! To assist your child with the transition to kindergarten, Kila will implement a“staggered start” this year. Using this method half of the class will attend school on alternating days for the first week and half of school.

During these staggered start days I will be able to introduce children to key staff in the school, and allow them to become acclimated to the school procedures within these small groups.

Based upon the first letter of your child’s last name(if your name is different from your child’s, we will go by your child’s last name) and registration dates the following staggered start schedule has been established:

Group 1

Wednesday, September 2

Friday, September 4

Wednesday, September 9

Friday, September 11

Last names beginning with A-L will attend

Group 2

Thursday, September 3

Tuesday, September 8

Thursday, September 10

Last names beginning with M-Z will attend

Monday,September 14 All students attend

Welcome to Kila Elementary School! We look forward to working with your family.

Truly Yours,

Lydia Major

Open House

Who: Kindergarten Parents and students

When: Monday, August 31,2015

Where:Kindergarten Classroom@Kila School

Why: To answer any questions and concerns about the upcoming school year and meet our new students and parents.

Time: 5:30-6:30

On behalf of the Kila School teachers and support staff, I want to welcome you to the 2014-2015 school year.  Our school MISSION is: “Doing What’s Best for Students.”  We are looking forward to working with you to do whatever it takes to make a positive difference in the lives of all students!

Please take time to read the Kila school policy. There are many items that need to be communicated to you at the beginning of the year.  Many of these things are in the student handbook, but are important enough that I wanted to include them in a shorter version for your convenience.  Please read and note the following information. 



   8:25 . . . 1st Bell              8:30 . . . Starting Bell          

    3:00 . . . Dismissal, K-3       3:20 . . . Dismissal, 4-8         

                              11:19 . . . Lunch/Recess, k-2

11:40 . . . Lunch/Recess 3-4

   12:00 . . . Lunch/Recess 5-8



As your principal, I look forward to working with you to make Kila School a special school; a place we all share with pride.  This is your child’s school, but it is also your school.  My door is open to you at any time.  Please stop in and share your thoughts, concerns, or ideas with me.  I am looking forward to a very successful year.  Thank you for your support!

   Jason Christy


Kila School District #20