In the event of a student absence, please contact the Attendance Office at 206.246.3787 (for absences and tardies only).
Cafeteria Lunch Program
Kennedy Catholic uses REVTRAK for the on-line cafeteria account management.
You must register in the new system to access the new cafeteria account system. The on-line student cafeteria accounts allow you to monitor your student’s meal purchases, track your student’s purchases, make deposits directly into their meal accounts, and have an email reminder sent to you when an account balance gets low. Student debit account deposits can be made through ACH payments or by credit card. Parents can also setup Auto Replenish for their student’s account.
Create a new account at https://kennedyhs.revtrak.net to get started.
Steps to create a new account:
1. Click “Create New Account” and fill the required information.
2. Click "Make a Payment" in the Food Service tile
3. Click "Add Student" then enter your Student’s School ID and Verification Code.
4. After the students are added, you can view account activity and make payments.
5. ACH and credit card payments will be charged a processing fee of 3.62% when funding online the accounts. We do not take credits cards in the cafeteria but we will take cash.
6. When students come in to the cafeteria to make a purchase, they will enter a pin code which is the last five numbers of their school ID. It is important that they not share their pin code with anyone.
To get your school ID, pin and verification code, or for questions about the cafeteria, please contact the cafeteria manager, Katie Watland at 206-246-8900 or email email@example.com.
Responding to Emergencies
Responding to Emergencies
To report an emergency, first call 911, then report it to our main office at 206-246-0500.
Please check our website for Emergency Alert notices.
The safety of our students and staff is our number one priority. The information below will assist parents and families in the event of an emergency. For your own safety and the safety of your child, please do not come to the school to retrieve students unless notified.
Making a decision about weather-related school closures is always difficult. We make these decisions with careful consideration.
In the event of an emergency such as a snowstorm, windstorm, earthquake, threat to campus or other events, Kennedy Catholic may change school start or dismissal times for student safety, or implement safety procedures.
We will communicate emergency information with parents through:
- REMIND 101 alerts and email notifications. Please sign up for REMIND 101 by texting @hafd8a to 81010.
- Automated email.
- Announcements on the school website.
- Announcements on social media. Please follow us on Facebook.
- Announcements on TV and radio. Available on AM radio stations, KIRO, KING & KOMO TV
Kennedy Catholic faculty, staff, coaches, and volunteers follow the Archdiocesan policies on communicating with minors.
Social Media: Kennedy Catholic High School supports the use of social media in communicating, engaging, connecting and sharing information with the Lancer community. ‘Social Media’ is defined as media designed to communicate online through social interaction using highly accessible public publishing forums such as, but not limited to; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, blogs, message boards and other social platforms. Any social media account considered a public account representing the interests of Kennedy Catholic High School is the property of Kennedy Catholic High School. Permission to start such a site must be obtained from the Development Office. Staff are prohibited from ‘friending’, accepting a ‘friend request’ from a student, or ‘following’ a student on a personal social media page.
As an organization with a commitment to excellence in education and the safety of our students, as well as the preservation of our outstanding reputation as a school, the standards for appropriate online communication at Kennedy Catholic High School are high. While we respect the right of students, employees, alumni, and other members of our community to utilize the variety of private social media options available, faculty and students are expected to follow the same behavioral standards online as mandated by current school and archdiocesan policies.
Code of Conduct: All posts and comments should be marked by Christian charity and respect for the truth. They should be on topic and presume the good will of other posters. Discussion should take place primarily from a faith perspective. (From Social Media – Principles, Policies and Guidelines for Parishes, Schools and Programs of the Archdiocese of Seattle)