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Office of Technology: Resources for students and staff

The Kent County Public Schools enhances the student experience through the incorporation of technology in the classroom and instruction. The Office of Technology oversees this and provides helpdesk services for devices issued to our students and staff.


Having trouble with your Kent County Public Schools-issued device? Our team is here to help. Please contact the helpdesk that corresponds to your building.

Technology Resources

PowerSchool is a student information system that allows students and their families to track grades and attendance and communicate with teachers.

PowerSchool Teachers logo with link

Schoology and Clever are learning apps used by Kent County Public Schools to enhance classroom instruction with online learning resources.

Contact Information

William Poore with email link



Kent County Public Schools 
5608 Boundary Ave.
Rock Hall, MD 21661

Data Privacy

At Kent County Public Schools, we recognize the importance of protecting our students' data, and we are committed to doing everything we can to safeguard their privacy. 

We understand that our students' data is sensitive and must be handled with the utmost care. As such, we take a cautious approach to data sharing and only share information with reputable organizations that have demonstrated a clear need for the data and a commitment to protecting it.

The KCPS IT Department takes steps to ensure that these agreements are compliant with relevant laws and regulations, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). We also take measures to safeguard our systems and data through the use of firewalls, encryption, and regular monitoring.

We understand that protecting our students' data is an ongoing responsibility and we remain committed to implementing best practices to safeguard their information. We will continue to explore ways to strengthen our data privacy and security practices and work towards developing specific policies and procedures for data sharing agreements in the future.

The majority of the applications that KCPS utilizes are voluntary signatories of the Student Data Privacy Pledge. 

For more information and to see which companies have made the pledge, please visit

Schoology Tutorial

Need help logging? Watch the quick tutorial below!

Updates from Technology

Latest app and website updates with app homescreen image

KCPS updates website and mobile app

In an effort to better reach students and families, Kent County Public Schools has updated its website and mobile app.
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The Kent County High School team of Sam Peregoy, left, and Ben Loller placed first in the second annual Eastern Shore Computer Programming Competition held last month at Salisbury University. Loller also came in second in the individual competition.

KCHS students win SU coding competition

Senior Sam Peregoy and junior Ben Loller took first place out of 12 teams in the second annual Eastern Shore High School Computer Programming Competition.
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Students work on MakerSpace Projects

MakerSpace in KCPS

The Kent County Public Schools MakerSpace is open to students in both Kent County Middle School and Kent County High School. Students have access to 3D printers, laser cutters/engravers, a CNC, PCB printer, virtual reality and more. 
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KCMS/KCHS Technology Device Contract

The Kent County Public Schools 2022-23 Technology Device Contract is now available for Kent County Middle School and Kent County High School families to fill out online. The online form is available at Click "Read More" for information on available insurance for devices.
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Download our free app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to stay up to date with the latest news and information from Kent County Public Schools.