Volley ball team

Welcome to Key Peninsula Middle School

Mission Statement 

Key Peninsula Middle School is a learning community where parents, staff and students come together to fulfill a common purpose: student growth in academics, the cultivation of personal strengths and talents, and the development of individual responsibilities. Our goal is for students to become self-directed learners. Key Peninsula is a mutually supportive environment where the recognition of differences and the respect for the rights of others are paramount.



5510 Key Peninsula Hwy, NW

Lakebay, WA 98349


Main Office: (253) 530-4200
Attendance: (253) 530-4207


Office Fax: (253) 530-4220
Health Room Fax: (253) 993-5118
School Hours: Bell Schedule

M, T, TH & F: 8:15 am - 2:45 pm
Wednesday: 9:15 am - 2:45 pm

School Leadership

Luke Grunberg-Principal

Kim Kinney-Assistant Principal



Have a question? 

*Enrollment or Withdraw help:  Kari Trivette at 253.530.4205 or

Attendance:  Jaime Ramsey-McGrath at 253.530.4206 or

*Bookkeeper:  Teresa Smith 253.530.4212 or

*Library and Chromebook help:  Elaine Gilman or

*Counselor, A-L:  Annie McCabe at 253.530.4233 or

*Counselor, M-Z:  Paul Sarsfield at 253.530.4248 or

*Health Room:  Alisa Abernathy at 253.530.4224 or



School News

Healthy Youth Survery

Our school will participate in the Healthy Youth Survey this Fall.

The survey asks questions about risks for injury, health outcomes, and alcohol and drug use. Schools, and state
and local agencies use survey results to support our youth and reduce their risks. The Healthy Youth Survey is
voluntary and anonymous and provides important information to guide policy and programs that serve our youth.

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Absences Add Up

Welcome back to an exciting new school year! 🎉 As we dive into the 2023-2024 academic journey, let's talk about something important – school attendance. 🏫


Even a few missed days, even if they're excused, can lead to lost learning time. Whether your child is in kindergarten or high school, every day matters. 📅


Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow

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National Hispanic Heritage Month


 Happy National Hispanic Heritage Month


From September 15 to October 15, we proudly join the nation in honoring the incredible contributions of Hispanic Americans to our rich cultural tapestry. 


This special month, designated by presidential proclamations, is a time to recognize and celebrate the diverse heritage and remarkable achievements of Hispanic Americans who have enriched our society in countless ways. 🎨🎶


At PSD, we're committed to fostering a warm and inclusive learning environment where the beauty of all cultures is celebrated and embraced. 🌍❤️✏️


Let's take this opportunity to learn, appreciate, and share in the stories, traditions, and history that make up the Hispanic American experience. 


For more information about #HispanicHeritageMonth, visit and join us in celebrating! 

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Food bowl 2023


It's Food Bowl Week! 🎒🍎


Every year, during the week leading up to Fish Bowl, our incredible PSD community comes together to make a difference. 🤝 The Food Bowl competition is underway, where students and families unite to donate food to our community partner, Food Backpacks 4 Kids.


Food Backpacks 4 Kids is a lifeline for families in need in our district, providing them with backpacks filled with food and essential supplies, along with valuable resources.


This year's competition is fierce, featuring Gig Harbor High School, Peninsula High School, and Henderson Bay High School. The ultimate goal? Winning the Food Bowl title and trophy for the year! 🏆


To support your school and help make a positive impact, here's how you can participate:

🥣 Drop off your food donations this week at your school.

🐟 Or bring your donation to Fish Bowl on Friday, Sept. 15.


🥫 For this year's Food Bowl, Food Backpacks 4 Kids is requesting:


•Granola bars

•Trail mix

•Oatmeal packets

•Canned tuna

•Single-pack goldfish

•Instant potatoes


Let's show our community's strength and generosity! Together, we can make a huge difference.

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Patriot Day


As a community, let us come together on this Patriot Day to remember and honor the lives lost in the tragic events of September 11, 2001.


On this day, we reflect on the resilience, courage, and unity that emerged in the face of adversity.


Let's take a moment to appreciate the first responders, our brave men and women in uniform, and all those who work tirelessly to keep our communities safe.


At PSD, we encourage everyone to use this day as an opportunity to promote kindness, unity, and understanding among our students and within our community. 

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Registration for fall sports will open on August 28th

Sept. 11-Oct 19

  • Girls' Volleyball (7th and 8th grade girls)

  • Cross Country 

  • Boys' Soccer (7th and 8th grade boys)

Oct. 30- Dec 9

  • Wrestling 

Jan. 8- Feb 8

  • Girls' Basketball (7th & 8th grade girls)

March 4-April 4

  • Girls' Soccer (7th & 8th grade girls)

  • Boys' Basketball (7th & 8th grade boys)

April 8-May 22

  • Track & Field

Fees: $20 ASB (Associated Student Body membership) is required.  This fee covers all sports during a school year. 

Physicals:  Students participating in a school sport must have a current Sports Physical on file at KPMS.  These physicals are good for 2 years.

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School Calendar