Kent County Public Schools
Congratulations to the Science Olympiad coach and their teacher, Christine Clark!
KCHS Project Lead the Way completers do an independent pre-engineering project for their final class. These students presented their original design.
Left to right: Stephen Curran, Ashley Lawton, William Sunkler, Zachary Kirby, Margaret Allen, Andrew MacLeod, and teacher Brett King
PARCC has released a five-step checklist that will help parents get their kids ready for testing.The checklist features links to a host of assessment-related resources from both PARCC and partners such as the National Parent Teacher Association, Learning Heroes, Raise the Bar, and Great Kids, that will provide both parents and teachers with information about when the assessments will be given in their child's district, what will be expected of them when they are testing, and much mor
The program will be held at Worton Elementary School, June 29th- July 27th (closed on July 4th), Mondays- Thursdays from 8:30-2:00. Breakfast, lunch and transportation are provided free of charge for each student. After Care is provided by Parks and Recreation from 2:00-4:30 PM. (Mon.-Thurs.- NO BUS Transportation home at 4:30)
Understanding PARCC Testing
In order to help our students prepare for success this school year, we’re providing Office to every student free of charge. With Office 365, your child will now have access to the latest version of Word, for writing; Excel, for spreadsheets; PowerPoint, for presentations; OneNote, for organization and note taking; and much more.
At the April 13th Meeting, the Board of Education approved the 2015-2016 Calendar. It is attached for your information.