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.
Kent School District provides free summer lunches for children 18 and under during the months of June, July and August. The Summer Lunch Program is a partnership between Kent School District Nutrition Services, Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction and the US Department of Agriculture. All locations, dates and times are subject to change. Click here for locations.
Learn more about how KPA students are helping native Spanish speakers become literate in their first language
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.
During the summer months, the Kent School District technology team prepares more than 23,000 devices for students and staff members.
The families of Richard Sherman, Marshawn Lynch, Earl Thomas, and Bobby Wagner have teamed up for an event at the ShoWare Center, July 30, 2015.
Staff member Steve Gill’s revolutionary process for distinguishing between disability and language acquisition is positively impacting ELL students in the Kent School District and beyond.