Did You Know? When your child is late to school (even by a few minutes) it has a negative impact not only on your child but the other students in the class as well. Here’s How You Can Help Set out clothes and backpack the night before to save time in the morning. Set a regular bedtime and morning routine to help mornings run smoothly. Have students arrive at the bus stop a few minutes early to avoid missing the bus. Develop a backup plan for getting your child to school if something unplanned happens. Call a family member, a neighbor or another parent.
Our parent & community volunteers are vital to making Kent Elementary a wonderful and successful school. We encourage you to stop by our office to have your fingerprints done with Mr. Nicolas. Please keep in mind that the questionnaire needs to be filled out yearly and that the whole process can take 3 -4 weeks for completion. Please keep this in mind if you want to attend an upcoming field trip. Mr. Nicolas is available for fingerprinting, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:15am - 11:00am. Please bring your picture ID with you.
It is required that families fill out a new free & reduced lunch application at the beginning of each school year. It can take up to 10 days for the application to be processed. Any balance accrued before the application is approved, is the families responsibility. You can find the link to the applications on either the Kent School District website or our Kent Elementary website under Site Shortcuts. Click on Lunch Money Now. Filling out the application online is the fastest way to have your application processed. If you have any questions you can call food services at 253-373-7275.
Groups of teachers from every KSD secondary school gathered on Tuesday, August 25, to take part in the deployment of a new instructional framework.
Do you know the start and end time for your child’s school? View the 2015-2016 bell schedule to ensure your student is in school and ready to learn when the bell rings.
Students head back to class in 12 days and KSD is reminding families what they can do now to prepare their children to be healthy and ready to learn.
Reinstatement of No Child Left Behind in Washington State may confuse public regarding many of KSD's successful schools. Click here to learn more and view options for public school choice (PSC) and supplemental education services (SES).