Washington State law requires that every student receives HIV/AIDS prevention education in grades 5 through 12. Because this unit covers sensitive topics, Washington State law and Kent School District policy require that parents are provided with an opportunity to preview these lessons. Click for more info.
In recognition of the multiple service learning projects completed by KPA students this school year, KPA received a special thank-you message from Free the Chidren. Click above to learn about the work our students are doing to better the community.
Many students at KPA say their favorite part about our school is the culture. Click here to watch a short documentary on one student's personal journey and the role that KPA has helped him in being successful both inside and outside of school.
KSD is inviting all alumni to attend a homecoming football game and share their #KSDProud photos. See the full story for the game schedule.
Day in and day out, year in and year out, our buildings are kept clean and in good working order by hundreds of dedicated individuals who offer caring and professional services. We are all made better in our work thanks to the essential contributions of our custodial staff.
Kent School District reminds bus riders, drivers, and pedestrians walking to and from school to be careful during the school year. Read more for tips!
The Kent School District Human Resources Department (HR) is hosting an Employee Benefits and Wellness Fair from 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., on September 30, in the Kent-Meridian High School Cafeteria.