KM Drama presents Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize winning play, A Streetcar Named Desire May 13th-16th at 7pm in the PAC. Tickets available at the door for $10. Tickets purchased in advance from any cast member are $8. The play tells the story of a culture clash between two symbolic characters, Blanche DuBois, a pretentious, fading relic of the Old South, and Stanley Kowalski, a rising member of the industrial, urban immigrant class. The two mix like oil and water in this American theatre classic.
A safe, sustainable, healthy and respectful school community is one of the strategic goals for the Kent School district. Each spring, Kent School District provides School Climate Surveys to parents, students, and staff. The surveys include questions about expectations for students, school safety, the occurrence of bullying, and respect for diversity. In addition, parents and staff are asked about communication between school and home, awareness of Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), and community involvement. This spring, we will again provide the School Climate Surveys to parents, students, and staff, as we continue to build on strengths while addressing needs. The surveys will be given online to students and staff. We hope that most parents will be able to respond online as well.
Forty teachers and educational staff associates have achieved national board certification this year.
The Kentridge High School Musical Theater Program is presenting “Bring It On: The Musical,” April 29-May 9.
KSD is celebrating important contributors to student achievement and the district’s success during the week of April 20-24, 2015.
The new menu app provides parents and students access to daily menus directly from their smartphones and tablets.