Kent School District November 8, 2019
Safety First
Preparing Students for Social & Emotional Success
Our school and classroom leaders create expectations for the year, build community with their students and families, and ensure all students have equal access to quality staff, courses, activities, services, and resources based on their individual needs. 

See what students and staff have to say about the importance of social emotional learning in our schools in this short video.
Are You Ready for Winter Weather?
In the next couple of months, we are likely to experience winter conditions . Here are some things you can do help keep our KSD community safe:

  • Make sure your student is dressed for cold weather. Resources are available if your student needs a winter coat or warm clothing.

  • Ask your school about safe walking routes, these are the areas at your school that will be shoveled or sanded if we have snow or ice.

  • Wear bright and highly visible clothing to help drivers see you as days get shorter and darker.

  • Keep warm clothing, a blanket or sleeping bag, snacks, and water in your car in case you get stuck or cannot get home.

Find Out How We'll Notify You in Case of School Closures or Delays

Information will be  shared through several different notification methods . Update your contact information in Skyward to ensure you receive updates.
Helpful Resources
Talk With Your Child About the Risks of Substance Abuse
There has been a significant increase in King County overdose deaths among young people due to fentanyl-laced drugs and powders.
Healthy Habits to Help Prevent the Seasonal Flu
The best way to prevent the seasonal flu is to get  vaccinated each year, but good health habits like covering your cough and washing your hands often c an help stop the spread of germs and prevent respiratory illnesses like the seasonal flu.
Does Your Student Need a Winter Coat or Warm Clothing?
Check out our list of local resources available for students and families and the Kent Area Council PTA  Clothing Bank's schedule.
Talk With Your Child & Help Prevent Bullying in Our Schools
Our bullying prevention flyer defines harassment, intimidation, and bullying and provides information on how to report bullying at your school.
Visiting Our Schools
All school guests and volunteers are required to register in the office and
wear a nametag. This is necessary to promote safe and secure school environments. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.