There are no current plans for moving sixth-grade students to the middle schools.
We are devastated to learn of the shooting that occurred this morning at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Kent Chamber of Commerce’s Manufacturing Our Future event showcased career opportunities in Kent.
What do those red and yellow flashing lights on a school bus mean? If you drive and you’re scratching your head pay attention...
Knowledge is a gift from one generation to the next, according to the Rotary Club of Kent. That was their mission at Scenic Hill Elementary School on Tuesday, October 14, when Rotary Club members delivered 99 new dictionaries to the school’s third graders.
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month and October 13-17 is National School Lunch Week, and the two celebrations recently came together at Kent-Meridian High School.
A week of college-prep events got off to an informative start in the Kent School District on Saturday, October 11, with the College Bound Scholarship Conference, and continues October 13-17 with DiscoverU week.
As he begins his sixth school year of extraordinary success in improving academic achievement, Dr. Edward Lee Vargas announced that he has accepted a position as Executive Vice President for the national nonprofit AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) that focuses on college and career readiness for underserved students in school districts across the United States.
More than a ton of new school supplies will make learning easier for the District’s students who need them most thanks to Communities In Schools of Kent and its 2014 Fill The Bus school supply drive.