What's New
No Illegal Items at School

Parents, please remind your child (or even check their bags and pockets) that items like any type of fireworks, lighters, cigarettes, drugs/alcohol, energy drinks, lasers, knives/weapons, etc. are forbidden on school grounds. Read more >>>


 
Safety Reminder!

Parents, please remind your child to use the crosswalks when walking to and from school. Read more >>>


 
Earth Week Celebration

We are celebrating “Earth Week” from April 21-25 with festive activities each day of the week. Read more >>>


 
Hantavirus Disease Prevention

You can help prevent Hantavirus disease. Read more>>>


 
KMS Letter Grade Comparison

Check out the letter grade comparison of our peer schools! Read more >>>


 
Student-Parent Handbook

We have updated our student handbook. Please be sure to sign the last two pages and turn them in to the front office.


 
Welcome to the Proud Home of the Colts

Welcome to Kayenta Middle School in Kayenta, Arizona, where we've earned a reputation for excellent teachers, a supportive community, and academic excellence. We serve 5th through 8th grades in the heart of the Navajo Nation and represent the growing Kayenta Unified School District.

We take great pride in our dynamic school and in our vibrant community. We hope you enjoy our website, and if we can help in any way, please call or stop by our school office.


A Message from our Principal

Dear KMS Parent/Guardians

We are thrilled to continue to work with you and your children this school year at KMS. Please be at school, “Miss a day, miss a lot!” We need your child here each day on time at 7:55 a.m. Breakfast is served before. Please plan around having your child here every day and make appointments outside of school hours if possible. KMS will be very strict on attendance/tardies and will make calls and home visits if problems occur. In fact, if your child is not in school and you haven’t notified us, you’ll get a phone message and e-mail by 10:15 a.m. School is like a job; a child might not love it each day but is expected to tolerate it. However, it is the school’s responsibility to make sure we have a safe and academically-stimulating environment where students want to come and learn.

Sincerely,



David Hawley
KMS Principal