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Kent County Public Schools is offering free summer meals for all children 18 years of age and younger. As part of the schools' efforts to ensure that children have access to healthy food during the summer months, breakfasts and lunches will be available at no charge for children. No application is required. Children do not have to be enrolled in Kent County Public Schools. Menus and more information is available at
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Worton, MD 21678



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The Kent County Board of Education named Dr. Mary Boswell-McComas the next superintendent of schools Monday, June 10. From left are board members Frank Rhodes, Francoise Sullivan, Alden Swanson, Aretha Dorsey, Dr. McComas, retiring superintendent Dr. Kare

Dr. McComas named next superintendent

Dr. Mary Boswell-McComas is bringing her decades of experience in education to Kent County Public Schools as the next superintendent.
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KCPS providing summer meals

Kent County Public Schools is offering free summer meals for all children 18 years of age and younger.
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Outgoing student member of the Kent County Board of Education Madison Messick, left, welcomes the incoming student board member Alden Swanson Monday, June 10.

Student board member passes the torch

Now that Madison Messick has graduated from Kent County High School, she also has officially passed the torch as the student member of the Board of Education here.
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From left are board member Frank Rhodes, Dr. Couch, student board member Madison Messick, Vice President Francoise Sullivan, board member Aretha Dorsey, President Joseph Goetz and board member Trish McGee.

Board honors Dr. Couch

Superintendent Dr. Karen Couch has attended what is expected to be her final Kent County Board of Education meeting.
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Adventure begins at your library, Summer reading 2024 programs, activities and prizes. With a graphic of a child with a book and bigfoot sitting behind him.

Kent County library offers summer reading program

Kent County Public Library invites the whole community to join the 2024 summer reading experience "Adventure Begins at Your Library."
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Caps go flying as members of the Kent County High School Class of 2024 celebrate their graduation Friday, May 31 in Trojan Stadium.

KCHS Class of 2024 celebrates graduation

There were lots of accomplishments to highlight on the field in Trojan Stadium Friday, May 31 as the 142 members of the Kent County High School Class of 2024 celebrated their graduation.
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Kent County High School celebrates four members of the Class of 2024 who have announced plans to continue their careers as student athletes in college. From left are Athletic Director Kevin Taylor, Trice Moore, Martin Parrish, Landon Wallace, Will Speakma

KCHS athletes to play college sports

Four soon-to-be Kent County High School grads plan to keep their sports careers going when they head off to college this fall.
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