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First Day of School - August 2014

 

 

Core Values

These are the principles we believe and drive all our decisions.

 

Students First

   Developing positive relationships and providing individual learning experiences within a digital environment will meet the diverse needs of our students.

Collaboration

   Our success is dependent upon effective teamwork of students, staff, parents, and community members.

 Commitment

   Promoting a culture of excellence and accountability will demonstrate our commitment to students.

Community

  Uniting our community requires respectful understanding of our diverse heritage and valuing the natural beauty and resources of our environment.

Fiscal Responsibility

  Through responsible spending of the funds entrusted to us, the needs of all students will be achieved.

Trust

   Trust and confidence will be acquired through integrity, competence, and transparency.


2014/2015 District Student Handbook

Updated August 2014

 

Attachments:
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Comparison Data for Attendance Rates

By Level:

 

2012-13

2013-14

Difference

Elementary

94.6

95.2

­ .6%

Middle

94.1

95.4

­ 1.3%

High

91.6

94.1

­ 2.5%

By School:

 

2012-13

2013-14

Difference

KCHS

91.6%

94.1%

­ 2.5%

KCMS

93.8%

95.4%

­ 1.6%

HHGES

95%

95.9%

­ .9%

WES

94%

95.2%

­ 1.2%

RHES

93.8%

95.2%

­ 1.4%

MES

93.4%

94.8%

­ 1.4%

GALES

94.8%

94.6%

¯ .2%

Percentage of students that missed fewer than 5 days:

 

2012-13

2013-14

Difference

Elementary

31.8%

38.3%

­ 4.3%

Middle

29.3%

39.9%

­ 10.6%

High

24.5%

32.7%

­ 8.2%

Percentage of students that missed more than 20 days:

 

2012-13

2013-14

Difference

Elementary

8.6%

4.3%

¯ 4.3%

Middle

13.3%

5.4%

¯ 7.9%

High

20.9%

11.1%

¯ 9.8%

 

 

 

 

 

Kent County Public School's New Hires

Kent County Public Schools prepare for the upcoming 2014/2015 school year with the addition of 25 new teachers and staff.

 

New hires include:

Andrew Slye KCHS (counselor)
Brett King KCHS
Brooke Marvel KCMS
Danielle Shughart KCHS
Diana Leclair (phys. therapist) countywide
Gary Betters Psychologist
Haylee Lawton KCHS/KCMS
Janet Pauls (Title 1 / 21st Century) CO
Jeff Goodman WES
Jemel Johnson (SPED)  KCHS
Jory Yerkie RHES
Kellie Goldsborough KCMS
Laura Hoyer KCMS
MacKenzie Bull KCMS
Margaret Hitzges (Occ. therapist) countywide
Marie Robertson KCMS
Mark Fogel KCMS
Melissa MacLeod KCMS
Monica Sipes (PPW) CO
Samantha Ragghianti KCMS
Sarah Kutash KCMS
Scott Irwin KCHS
Stephanie Farinacci (ESOL) MES
Tyler Bennett KCMS

 

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