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Family Nights

Oct 31st Annual TrunK R Treat

Nov 21st Skate night in Multi

December 12th Dinner with Santa

January 16th Bingo 

February 13th Metal Art Night

March 19th tba

April 16th Science Night

May 7th End of year Carnival

Kids College at Kootenai


December 12th 2019

Dinner with Santa

Photographs taken by Kacia Wunderlich

5:00 until done:)




**WHEN You come to pick up your student please come to the jr high doors and there is a doorbell. Please use it to be let in. **



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This institution is an equal opportunity provider


KC Activities

The Kids' College at Kootenai focuses on providing students with extra academic enrichment in a fun and energetic atmosphere.

Trained and qualified tutors will be available both before school and after to help students with homework as well as facilitating extra academic activities. Dinner will be provided daily as well to all children. This program is offered for student’s age’s K-5th grade and will run October through May.