Winter Vacation (No School)
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The Kent School District observes a districtwide late-start schedule for all elementary, middle, and high schools one day a month except for December.
Headstart is now enrolling students at Jenkins Creek
Meals are available free or at the reduced price to students who qualify. Applications may be submitted online. Families may also mail in or drop off an application to KSD Nutrition Services.
View the student supply list for this coming school year.
All Jenkins Creek students are encouraged to have a comfort kit at school. Click here for a checklist of items for your child's comfort kit.
Glenridge, Jenkins Creek and Martin Sortun were selected as Reward Schools by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn.
Friday morning, December 20, was very trying for many of you, and I apologize for the stress it caused your family.
Renton Technical College has partnered with Kent School District to offer college-level courses at Kentlake High School for winter quarter.
The City of Kent launched the warning phase of new photo enforced school zones around Neely-O’Brien and Sunrise elementary schools this week. Fines will be administered by mail beginning January 6.
Mark your calendar for January 14, 2014 at the ShoWare Center for this school year’s Technology Expo where you can experience, engage and explore Learning Reimagined with Kent School District teachers and students.
Kyle Klem of Kent Elementary recently donated the contents of his entire piggy bank to the Kent Food Bank. What’s more impressive is that he’s done this now for the past three years!
For School Related Questions call: (253) 373-7331