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Tuesday, December 17 6:30–Please join us for our first ever KMVA Elementary Elective Showcase Night in the gym for an evening full of elective cheer! Your entire family is invited to come and experience our unique enrichment program: Hands-on Science, origami, recycled arts, cooking and so much more! For your entertainment, KMVA's elementary choir will perform. There will also be several table displays of creative class projects and our students will host demonstrations. Make-n-takes will be available, too! You'll have an opportunity to sample baked goods and enjoy some hot apple cider and other treats. Some items will be for sale at a nominal fee to help offset the cost of providing electives. Small bills and extra change are appreciated.
December 23, 2013 to January 3, 2014 No school! Winter Break
| ||January 6 - School resumes|
|Wednesday, January 15 - Late Arrival Day. School starts at 10:05 am. Click here for late arrival dates this school year.|
|Monday, January 20 - No School Marth Luther King, Jr. Holiday|
|Friday, January 24 - End of Semester for elementary and secondary students. Reports cards will be printed and sent home in early February.|
|Monday, January 27 - No school. Teacher Workshop Day|
Wear your Lion Pride! Click here for customizable KMVA Spirit Gear including hats, sweatshirts, backpacks and much more. Select your size, grad year, and color scheme. Go blue!
Our KMVA families are amazing!
The video production class spent three days in Seattle filming and producing a video for the Mateo Messina’s 16th Annual Benefit Concert.
Kent School District was one of 15 school boards to receive a Board of Distinction honor by the Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA). This is the third consecutive year the School Board has received this award.
Senior Tracy Tran is one of only eight students in the world to earn every point possible on the Advanced Placement Calculus Exam. Well done, Tracy!